Hill Top Hat by Joanne Scrace

Hill Top Hat

Crochet
September 2013
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in half trebles (UK)
5.5 mm (I)
160 - 240 yards (146 - 219 m)
S (M,L)
UK
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This easy to make and easy to wear slouchy beret is perfect for keeping the wind out on hill top strolls. The spiral detail adds interest but lets the beautiful yarn shine in a simple pattern.
Sizes
S (M, L)
Finished head circumference at brim: 47 (53, 60) cm / 18.5 (21, 23.5) in

Materials
1 hank of Fyberspate Scrumptious DK (55% Merino, 45% silk) in shade Jen’s Green.
5.5mm hook.
Tapestry Needle.

Tension
12 sts and 10 rows in half trebles to 10cm/4” using 5.5mm hook (or size needed to achieve tension) after blocking.

Difficulty rating
Easy

Skills Used
Basic stitches, working in the round, working in rows, working in back loops, raised (post) stitches.

Construction
Worked from the crown out seamlessly in one piece without turning. The brim is constructed in rows which are slip stitched to the body of the hat as you go.

UK terminology used

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