Slouchy Hat by Suset Suarez

Slouchy Hat

Crochet
December 2020
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Double Slip Stitch Back Loop Only
5.5 mm (I)
186 - 197 yards (170 - 180 m)
55 to 58 head circunference
US
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I’ve always thought that caps and hats didn’t fit me. But I like them and I have always wanted to wear them in winter.
I have been inspired by those hats that are slouchy and that are made with two needles. I decided to make a hat that looked like it was knitted and would make all face types look good, even long ones like mine. I really liked the result; it makes me look good and comfortable while being warm.

I really hope that you like it as much as I do!

Construction Notes
The hat is made in one piece using turning rows, starting from the side. The final piece is of the rectangular shape with a narrowing at one end (at the top of the hat).
The top of the hat is worked using short and extended rows. Short row - is an unfinished row worked with current design (a certain amount of stitches are left unworked). Then you ch 1 and turn the item and the work is continued in the other direction.
The hat is made of one main part that is repeated as many times as needed to fit your head.
The pattern is for a woman with a head circunference of 55 to 58 cm. If you wanted bigger or smaller just repeat more or less from Row 2 to 13.

Personal Note:
The model in the picture (me) has a head circumference of 58 cm (23 inches)

Yarn:
For this design I used Zeppelin from Yarns.
Each skein is 100 gr / 115 m / 3 oz ¾ / 125,7 yd.
Composition 100% Acrylic. Chunky weight.
• Color: Grey (Col. 38): 150 gr/ 172 m
Crochet Hook:
5.5 mm/ US I-9
Final Measurements:
Hight: 25 cm/9,8 in
Width: 58 cm/ 23 in
More measurements inside the pattern.
Thank you very much. I hope you like it!
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Siempre he pensado que los gorros y sombreros no me quedaban bien. Pero me gustan y siempre he querido lucirlos en invierno. Me he inspirado en esos gorros que quedan desahogados y que son hechos a dos agujas. Decidí hacer un gorro que pareciera hecho a dos agujas y que hiciera lucir bien a todos los tipos de rostro, incluso a los rostros alargados como el mío. A mí me ha gustado mucho el resultado, me hace lucir bien y cómoda a la vez que abrigada.
Espero que te guste tanto como a mi
Notas de Construcción:
El gorro se teje en plano, de ida y vuelta. La parte de arriba se trabaja en vueltas cortas para darle la forma. El patrón explica con videos como hacer las vueltas cortas, los puntos especiales y el cierre invisible para el gorro.

Nota Personal:
La modelo de la foto (yo) tiene una circunferencia de cabeza de 58 cm.
Lana:
Para este diseño utilicé hilados Zeppelin de Melissa Yarns.
Cada ovillo es de 100 gr / 115 m / 3 oz ¾ / 125,7 yd.
Composición 100% Acrílico.
Calibre: Chunky (7WPI)
Color: Gris (Col. 38): 150 gr/ 172 m

Herramientas:
Aguja de Crochet de 5.5 mm
Medidas finales de la prenda:
Alto 25 cm
Circunferencia cabeza: 58 cm
El resto de medidas las encontrarás dentro del patrón.
Muchas gracias, espero que lo disfrutes.