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CROCHET PATTERN: Chunky and Thin Wool Hat


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Skill Level: Beginner


This is a Crochet Pattern for Chunky and Thin crochet hat. Includes instructions for optional braided tassels with pom poms at the end of the tassels. This pattern includes step by step pictures. I offer full support for all of my patterns so if you have questions, just ask :)

The amazing yarn I used for this hat is handmade and hand dyed. I buy it online from this shop. There are also a few other shops on etsy that sell yarn like this.

I have included 6 sizes for this hat (all written up seperately to make it easy to understand):

0-3 months
3-6 months
6-12 months
12 months-3 years
3 – 10 years
10 years to adult

Skill Level: Beginner

Materials Needed:
Size N Crochet Hook
Sharp Needle
Thin and Thick yarn
Large wooden or plastic button

Items made from this pattern may be sold, with a link to my etsy shop or pattern website, but the pattern itself may not be redistributed, resold, or copied in any way. You may NOT use my pictures to sell your finished items. You will have to come up with your own pictures.

This Crochet Pattern will be emailed to you as a PDF file. Thanks!!





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-Crochet Hook Size: E/4-3.50MM
-Sharp Needle for sewing pieces together
-Scissors
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Abbreviations:

Click here for a list of abbreviations.

Special Stitches:

Beginning Crocodile Stitch: ch 3, (counts as the first dc),

 work 5 more dc around the post of the next st,



 ch 3,



 sl st in the 3rd ch from the hook,



 work 6 dc around the post of the next st (beginning crocodile stitch made)



Crocodile Stitch: work 6 dc around the post of the next dc, ch 3, sl st in the 3rd ch from the hook, work 6 dc around the post of the next st (crocodile stitch made)

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Click HERE for a list of abbreviations.

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