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Let it Snow! ~ Snowflake Hat Pattern


Snowflake hat

Materials:

1 ball Peaches & Crème worsted weight cotton (2.5 oz) white

1 ball Peaches & Crème worsted weight cotton (2.5 oz) light blue

1 crochet hook, size G 4.00mm

Directions:

  1. With white: ch 6, join with sl st to make ring.
  2. ch 6, dc in ring, ch 6, sl st in 3rd chain from hook {makes picot}, (ch 4, sl st in 3rd ch from hook{makes picot}) twice, ch 1, skip next ch of previous ch 6, sl in next ch, ch 1, *(dc, ch 3, dc) in ring, ch 6, sl st in 3rd ch from hook, (ch 4, sl st in 3rd ch from hook) twice, ch 1, skip next ch of previous ch 6, sl in next ch, ch 1: Repeat from * 4 more times (you will have a 6 point snowflake), join with sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch 6, finish off.
  3. With blue: Join blue with a sl st to the top point of the snowflake, by going through the picot, ch 1, sc in same space, *ch 2, sc in next picot, ch 1, tc in ch 3 space, ch 1, sc in next picot, ch 2, sc in next picot, Repeat from * 4 times, ch 2, sc in next picot, ch 1, tc in ch 3 space, ch 1, sc in next picot, ch 2, sl st in beginning sc. (60 stitches).
  4. Sc, ch 2, * skip next 2 stitches and sc in 3rd stitch, ch 2, Repeat from * 19 times, sl st in beginning sc, sl st in ch 2 space. Place stitch marker in this space.
  5. *Ch 3, sc in ch 2 space, Repeat from * for one round. Place stitch marker.
  6. *Ch 3, sc in ch 3 space, Repeat from * for 2 rounds. Place stitch marker.
  7. *Ch 4, sc in ch 3 space, Repeat from * for one round. Place stitch marker.
  8. *Ch 4, sc in ch 4 space, Repeat from * for 8 rounds. Ch 4: join white and drop blue on 4th chain, but do not cut off/finish off blue.
  9. *sc in ch 4 space, ch 4, repeat from * for 2 rounds. On last ch 4 drop white and pick up/join blue, 4 sc in *ch 4 space, ch 1, repeat from * for one round, sl st in beginning sc. Finish off. Weave all ends in.

9 Comments»

  Jennifer C wrote @

very pretty! Thank you for sharing!

  Debbie Bourque wrote @

What an adorable hat. Thank you very much!

  Jennifer Nilsson wrote @

This is so pretty! I looked around trying to find a TOU and couldn’t. May I create this cap for sale? Please let me know and thank you!

  85percentconfusion wrote @

Thank you. I do not mind if you create the hat for sale – in my opinion, you would be selling your crochet skills, which many people do not have. Please do not reproduce and sell the pattern, though. I intended it to be free. =)

  Jennifer Nilsson wrote @

Thank you so very much! Rest assured, I will NOT claim the pattern as my own or resell, reproduce this pattern in anyway. If anyone asks..I will direct them here :)

  kristine thomas wrote @

I made this cap in about 1 1/2hours for my daughter. She’s a difficult sell on anything remotely girly…this cap is very sweet on her. Thank you.

  Jeanine wrote @

I love this hat!! Printing out to start right now!! Thank you!

  Tradrabit wrote @

That is adorable. I know at least 3 little girls that will be getting these from me. Thank you…

  Diane wrote @

I loved this hat! I made one in dark blue as a gift exchange gift and it was a hit! I was then asked to make 3 more for the children of my friends, which I gladly did! The kids ranged in age from 6 to 17 and all of them loved their new hats! Thank you so much for the pattern and the joy that it created! Keep up the great work!


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