MAKE YOUR RIBBED DOUBLE BRIM HAT. With mm (K) hook. MAKING THE DOUBLE BRIM. RND 1: CH3, FDC 47, join with a slip stitch to top of beginning CH3. Use tail to sew the bottom of the CH3 and last FDC closed to form the first round of the brim.

Your email address will not be published. Pattern Information Skill Level: When you slip stitch in the back and front loops it creates a stretchy, ribbed texture that almost looks like it was knit.

MAKE YOUR RIBBED DOUBLE BRIM HAT. With mm (K) hook. MAKING THE DOUBLE BRIM. RND 1: CH3, FDC 47, join with a slip stitch to top of beginning CH3. Use tail to sew the bottom of the CH3 and last FDC closed to form the first round of the brim.
This ribbed hat pattern for men is very easy to knit and offers a classic style that even the most knit-phobic guy will like. Here's how.
MAKE YOUR RIBBED DOUBLE BRIM HAT. With mm (K) hook. MAKING THE DOUBLE BRIM. RND 1: CH3, FDC 47, join with a slip stitch to top of beginning CH3. Use tail to sew the bottom of the CH3 and last FDC closed to form the first round of the brim.
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A free crochet ribbed hat pattern that uses 1 basic stitch. You can crochet the ribbed beanie in sizes toddler and adult. I sit down with my yarn, a crochet stitch book, and iced mocha.

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I love your pattern. I also love your instructions because they are very easy to understand and follow. Thank you so much! I did something wrong as mine turned out looking like a beret! Still I am sure someone will take a fancy to it: Rhelena, you know what, my niece loved it! Apparently beret like hats are all the rage at the mo. She even allowed her pops to take a photo of her wearing it so thats a first! Yes, slouchy, chunky and chevrons seem to be in right now.

Glad she liked it. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Pattern Information Skill Level: Yes, start each round at the very beginning with the Ch 3.

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I have this video that briefly shows where to insert your hook. For me it helps to mark my side that I will always be starting my front or back loop stitch on. I hope it helps! If you have any more questions please let me know.

I finally finished a video that shows how to slip stitch in the back loops. I hope it helps and thanks for being patient. I love the picture of this hat. This is only my third crochet project though and I am doing something wrong.

I have watched a ton of videos on blo slip stitch and flo slip stitch so I think I am doing that right. Am I supposed to do a row of chain stitches in between each row of slip stitches though? If so, how do I do that?

I have looked for videos but am only finding videos of turning chains or the foundational chain stitch. It takes quite a few rows before you start to see the ribbed pattern.

The front and back of the piece look different too. Just keep alternating between the front and back loops on each row.

If you are having a hard time inserting your hook maybe try a larger hook size. I cannot wait to use this pattern, for everything! Hats, scarves blankets etc etc. The hat is sooi pretty! Trying new stitches is so fun! I love to slip stitch. Thanks for the pattern!

I love your name. When she was first born she opened her eyes and looked right at her daddy. I love the look of slip stitching too! Am I working my stitches too tight? Starting over is so frustrating. Keeping your tension even is important, but it does get a little narrower at first. The stretchy nature of this stitch makes it hard to get a perfect rectangle. Make sure your stitch count is correct. The last stitch of each row likes to hide making it easy to miss. Thank you for providing this tutorial!

What kind of adjustments would you suggest making to the pattern to accommodate a super bulky yarn? After you have the length the correct size, you can keep crocheting rows until it fits snuggly around your head.

I hope this gives you a good starting point. I am also using a worsted weight yarn 10mm hook like you suggested.. I know you said to make the chain a little longer but are you able to ballpark about how much longer?? Thank you for your help! I would recommend trying a starting chain of 46 for the adult size. This hat length is really forgiving. Remember that you will fold up the brim and the hat is slightly slouchy. Hi, thank you for your beautiful pattern! I would like to try it so could you please tell me: The beginning chain is the length of the hat.

The chain will seem long at first, but it shrinks as you start to work the slip stitches. I hope this helps! And where can I get that awesome sweatshirt?! Hi Rochelle, The slip stitching makes a nice, stretchy hat! I would start with a ch of You are welcome, Cheryl! I hope you find them helpful. I love designing and sharing. Have a great day, Sierra. Only want to try and make one with thus yarn as well, any suggestions please.

Your first hat or just an easy project? This one is perfect either way. It's great to make for everyone in the family or it's an ideal charity project. This ribbed hat pattern for men is very easy to knit and offers a classic style that even the most knit-phobic guy will like. Here's how. Hippie Chick "This little hat is beyond cute and would make any little girl happy if you made one for optimizings.cf sad to know that some kids dont get the pleasure of experiencing receiving a handmade item in their life. My kids dont realize how lucky they are.