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Crocheted Brim Hat

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This Crocheted Brim Hat is great for men and women.  This simple crochet pattern is great for beginners and advanced crocheters alike.  Great for any time of year, this hat will add a great look to any outfit.  Mix and match colors to create unique designs, and don't forget to make one for your friends and family, too.  Everyone is sure to love this fun and versitile pattern.

brimmed hat

Materials:

  • Hook size J/10 6.00mm
  • Red Heart Hunter Green and Aqua
  • Tapestry needle to sew ends

Finished Size:  Top Diameter is 11 inches, Head band size is 21"

Gauge:  First three rounds (1 - 3) should be approximately 2"

Notes

  • Chain 3 does not count as first stitch
  • Join to 1st stitch throughout

Stitches Used:  Double Crochet, Treble crochet, Shell(3 Dc), Decrease TR , Decrease SC

 

Instructions:
Ch 3
You will be using 2 colors - MC means Main color.

  1. 12 dc in first ch, join to first Dc, ch 2
     
  2. 2 Dc in each stitch around, join to first Dc, ch 2
     
  3. 1 Dc in first st, 2 DC in next st around, join to first Dc, ch 2
     
  4. 1 Dc in first 2 stitches, 2 Dc in next stitch around, join to first Dc, ch 2
     
  5. 1 Dc in first 3 stitches, 2 Dc in next stitch around, join to first Dc, ch 2
     
  6. 1 Dc in first 4 stitches, 2 Dc in next stitch around, join to first Dc, ch 2
     
  7. TR in each stitch around join to first TR, finish off. Join 2nd Color to any stitch with a sl st ch 3
     
  8. 2 Dc in same stitch as join, Skip 2 stitches, 3 Dc in next st Repeat around, join to first Dc, finish off. Join MC to any stitch with a sl st ch 3
     
  9. TR in each stitch around, join to first TR, finish off. Join 2nd Color to any stitch with a sl st ch 3
     
  10. 10: 2 Dc in same stitch as join, Skip 2 stitches, 3 Dc in next st Repeat around, join to first Dc, finish off. Join MC to any stitch with a sl st ch 3
     
  11. 1 TR in first 3 stitches, DEC TR over next two stitches, around, join to first TR ch 3
     
  12. 1 TR in first 2 stitches, DEC TR over next two stitches, around, join to first TR ch 3
     
  13. 1 sc in first stitch, DEC SC over next two stitches, around, join to first sc ch 1
     
  14. Sc in each stitch around join to first sc

Making the Brim

  1. 1 - 5: Sc in next 11 stitches ch 1 turn (5 times) finish off
     
  2. Join with a sl st to first row of 11 sc (see diagram below)
     
  3. 6 -10: Sc across ch 1 turn (5 times) finish off leaving a long tail
     
  4. Sew up visor

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The pattern instructions needs to be corrected... doesn't this person check their comments? What horrid instructions!!!!

this is a very cute hat but can you give us the true pattern this pattern is not written up wright

Haven't the directions for this really cute hat been corrected yet? It's such a great website, wish these directions were accurate!

Isn't there a mistake or just the number row numbers included twice ? do not think it means 112 dc in first chain etc

Where is the diagram for the brim in step two of the brim?

The numbering is wrong. The count down for each step is repeated as part of the counting for the stitches. In step 1 you don't do 112 dc in first ch, you do 12. In step 2 you don't do 22 dc in each st around, you do 2 and so on.

Please check your directions for this project. Maybe as an "oldie" I recognize that the first number written is the direction number, but I'll wager that a new crocheter might not know that you cannot dc 112 in a stitch. check it out, please. Otherwise. you are doing an excellent job.

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