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I love hats. There’s just something about a hat that can change a whole outfit – or hide a bad hair day!! Plus they work up pretty quickly, especially when you use a super bulky yarn like I did with this Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick. I was working on a ton of new hat projects and needed a quick gift so I created this one. You could even make the Thick & Quick Scarf to match. 🙂
I love the way this turned out. My favorite color (any shade of turquoise/teal) and one of my favorite yarns! I don’t usually make a gathered top for a hat but this one called for it. I’m glad I did because I like the way it feels and looks when I have it on. I didn’t end up giving this one away so I am going to be wearing it myself if it ever gets cold here again. (It’s been in the 60’s for a couple of weeks and no really cold days in the near future!) My hats and scarves are feeling pretty neglected…
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Thick & Quick Hat
What You’ll Need
Hook: L/11 (8.0mm)
Gauge: 8 sts and 5 rows = 4″ in dc
Finished Size: Approximately 20″ circumference and 8 1/2″ tall
Ch 42. Join with slip st, being careful not to twist.
Round 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and each ch; join – 40 sts.
Round 2: Ch 3, *bpdc, fpdc; repeat from * to last st, bpdc; join.
Round 3: Ch 3, dc blo in each st; join.
Rounds 4-7: Ch 3, dc in each st; join.
Round 8: Ch 3, dc 4, dc2tog, *dc 5, dc2tog; repeat from *; join – 36 sts.
Round 9: Ch 3, dc 3, dc2tog, *dc 4, dc2tog; repeat from *; join – 30 sts.
Round 10: Ch 3, dc 2, dc2tog, *dc 3, dc2tog; repeat from *; join – 24 sts.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Draw tail through remaining 24 sts and pull tightly to close.
Weave in ends.
Ten rounds! That’s it! Told you this was a quick crochet project. 😉
What’s your favorite thing to make with super bulky yarns? Leave a comment below!