Garden Trellis Hat Digital Crochet Pattern
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This hat is a sister pattern to the Garden Trellis Mittens, crocheted in the same yarn -- the amazing Scuttleship Romney from Bobolink yarns. It's a hat in three sizes, designed a touch big to go over headphones, hair braids etc. With simple bobbles and post stitches, it's a good introduction to slightly more 'adventurous' crochet, while still being simple enough to work on while watching tv or commuting on the train!
Pattern is written in US Terminology.
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This hat starts at the crown with the Magic Ring technique, and is worked outward and down, first with half double crochet increases, then double crochet increases, and then increases worked into the Trellis Stitch pattern. The hat brim is edged with half double crochet and single crochet, to keep it from curling.
The Trellis Lace Stitch is both charted and written. This crochet pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software, which includes the written instruction.
Pattern has been tech-edited.
Sizes Available: Three Sizes:
Head Circumference: 17.5 (22, 26) inches, (44.5, 56, 66 cm)
Hat Depth: 8 (8, 9.5) inches (20.5, 20.5, 24 cm)
200 (220, 300) yards / 183 (202, 274) meters 1 (1, 2) skeins, of fingering-weight yarn or sock yarn. Sample shown in Bobolink Yarns Scuttleship Romney Fingering (100% Wool). Please note that if you're making the Medium size, it used almost all of the recommended skein of yarn. If you are altering the pattern in any way, you may wish to have a second skein of yarn.
*3.5 mm (US E) crochet hook Adjust hook size as needed to match gauge.
12 sts and 13 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in pattern stitch (after blocking)
crochet magic ring
half-double crochet increases
double crochet increases
double crochet bobbles
front post treble crochet
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Photography: Stephanie Wallace
1) Image Description: A woman wearing a crochet lace hat. The hat is made in a dark teal yarn; with textured post stitches and crochet bobbles.
2) Image Description: A crochet lace hat done in fingering-weight yarn. The hat has columns of post stitches and bobbles