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DROPS 93-22 by DROPS Design

DROPS Crochet cap in Eskimo and scarf in Puddel

Cap:
Size: One size

Materials: DROPS Eskimo from Garnstudio
150 g colour no 14, Charcoal grey

DROPS crochet hook no. 8 mm

Scarf:
Size: Approx 15 x 80 cm

Materials: DROPS Puddel from Garnstudio
100 g colour no. 08 coal

Drops pointed needles size 7 mm

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Not sure which size you should choose? Then it might help you to know that the model in the picture is approx. 170 cm and uses size S or M. If you are making a jumper, cardigan, dress or similar garment, you will find a graphic with the measurements of the finished garment (in cm) at the bottom of the pattern.

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Pattern instructions

NOTE: This pattern is written in British English. All measurements in charts are in cm. For conversion from cm to inches - click here. There are different terms for crocheting in British and American English. If this pattern includes crochet, click for "crochet terms" here. For this pattern in American English, please click here.
Cap:
Crochet Gauge: 8 htr on hook size 8 mm = 10 cm in width.
Note: Because of different crochet techniques used by the individual, the gauge may vary, so you might have to drop a size up or down in hook size to obtain the correct gauge.

Crochet info: Replace the 1st htr on each round with 2 ch. Finish each round with a sl st in the 2nd ch from beg of round.

How to bind off crochet st:
Crochet together 2 st to 1 st. Crochet 1 htr, but wait with the last “pull through” leaving 3 loops on your hook. Crochet another htr, but on the last “pull through” - pull the yarn through all 6 loops = 1 st bound off.

CAP
Crochet 4 ch on hook size 8, in Eskimo and form a ring with a sl st.
1st row; Crochet 8 htr in loop - see crochet info above.
2nd row; Crochet 2 htr in each st. From now on only pull the hook through the back part of st – to get the special texture =16 htr
3rd row; *1htr in the first st, 2 htr in next st* repeat *-* = 24 htr
4th row; *1htr in the first 2 st, 2 htr in next st* repeat *-* = 32 htr
5th row; *1htr in first 3 st, 2 htr in next st* repeat *-* = 40 htr
6th row; *1htr in first 4 st, 2 htr in next st* repeat *-* = 48 htr
7th. row; *1htr in first 5 st, 2 htr in next st* repeat *-* = 56 htr
8th. row; *1htr in first 6 st, 2 htr in next st* repeat *-* = 64 htr
9 – 12th row; 1htr in every st = 64 htr
13th row; *Crochet 6 htr, crochet htr no 7 & 8 together (see explanation: How to bind off crochet st.)* repeat from *-* = 56 htr.
14th row; *Crochet 5 htr, crochet htr no 6 & 7 together* repeat from *-* = 48 htr.
15th row; *Crochet 4 htr, crochet htr no 5 & 6 together* repeat from *-* = 40 htr.
16-18th row;1dc in every st = 40 dc

The peak:
Continue to crochet the peak of the cap in 2 threads of Eskimo on the front 18 st.
1st. row; Crochet 1 htr in every st = 18 htr.
2–4th row; Turn, crochet 2 ch, crochet the next 2 htr. tog. (see explanation: How to bind off crochet st.) continue in htr, but crochet the last 2 htr together = 12 st.
5th row; Crochet a row of sl sts around the hat and the peak (1 sl st in each st)

Decoration stripes: Insert a marking thread either side of the cap in row 16. Crochet 1 sl st in a st near the marking thread, make the sl st 1–1.5 cm long, crochet another sl st in row 15, make the sl st 1–1.5 cm long, crochet a sl st in row 14 - and so on . Continue to the other marking thread. Make 2 more stripes.

SCARF:
Knitting Gauge: 10 sts x 14 rows on needles size 7mm in stocking sts. = 10 x 10 cm.

Scarf: Cast on 15 sts using 2 needles size 7 in Puddel (use both needles to make sure the edge will be stretchy). Remove one needle and knit l row from the wrong side. Continue in stocking sts until the scarf measures 79 cm. Knit 1 row from the wrong side and bind off.

This pattern has been corrected. .

Updated online: 21.01.2010
The peak: 2–4th row; Turn, crochet 2 ch, crochet the next 2 htr. tog. (see explanation: How to bind off crochet st.) continue in htr, but crochet the last 2 htr together = 12 st.

Natalie 27.08.2018 - 14:24:

Ich möchte diese Mütze stricken !! und nachher filzen\r\nGibt es dazu eine Strickanleitung ??

Alexa 05.10.2016 - 22:59:

Thank you very much for the lovely free pattern!! I am very keen to crochet it only I would like to use 2 strands of Merino extra fine or Big Merino. Which do you think would be best used for an 8mm crochet? Thank you again for the pattern! Sincerely, Alexandra C

DROPS Design 06.10.2016 kl. 09:14:

Dear Alexandra, as an alternative to Eskimo (yarn group E) you should use 2 strands yarn group C, ie Big Merino - read more about alternatives here. Happy crocheting!

Annelies 24.10.2015 - 19:33:

Is er op uw website ook een lijst met afkortingen? Ik ben een beginnend haker en ik snap niets van al die afkortingen.... Mooie website trouwens.

Nats 30.01.2015 - 12:23:

Hello, I love this pattern! I'm a novice and was hoping somebody might be able to tell me what adjustments I would have to make to crochet the same hat but for a 6 year old? Please reply! much appreciated thank you :)

DROPS Design 30.01.2015 kl. 14:12:

Dear Nats, you are welcome to request help from your DROPS store or a crochet forum - or click here for all our hat patterns for kids. Happy crocheting!

Czirjek 20.12.2014 - 19:46:

Bonjour, En crochetant très lache et avec un crochet 10 (au lieu de 8), impossible d'arriver aux 10cm requis au 2eme tour (avec 8 demi-brides). A peine 6cm.. Faut-il donc crocheter en brides normales, voire en double-brides? Merci

DROPS Design 22.12.2014 kl. 15:48:

Bonjour Mme Czirjek, l'échantillon indiqué ici est en largeur, on doit avoir 8 demi-brides = 10 cm de large. Crochetez une chaînette d'une dizaine de ml et crochetez quelques rangs en allers et retours, en demi-brides, puis vérifiez bien votre nombre de mailles en largeur. Pour la hauteur, ajustez en essayant la casquette et ajoutez/retirez des tours si nécessaire. Bon crochet!

Pauline Sherrer 28.10.2014 - 18:29:

Decoration stripes: Insert a marking thread either side of the cap in row 16. Crochet 1 sl st in a st near the marking thread, make the sl st 1–1.5 cm long, crochet another sl st in row 15, make the sl st 1–1.5 cm long, crochet a sl st in row 14 - and so on . Continue to the other marking thread. Make 2 more stripes. Do not understand these instructions. Where is the first marking thread? The other marking thread? and so forth? Two more stripes?

DROPS Design 29.10.2014 kl. 09:33:

Dear Mrs Sherrer, you insert 2 marking threads either side of the cap and crochet 1 stripe from row 16 to top of hat on both markers. Make then 2 more stripes evenly placed between thise both stripes to get a total of 6 stripes (3 accross hat). Happy crocheting!

Rebecca Washington 22.10.2014 - 04:59:

I love this hat and crocheted it about two years ago. This year, I would like to make it to fit my head which is about 23" in diameter. What is the easiest way to enlarge this hat pattern?

DROPS Design 22.10.2014 kl. 10:06:

Dear Mrs Washington, you can adjust by decreasing less sts - try it on regularly to check width - remember to make it a bit tighter than your head so that the hat can fit your head without slipping. Happy crocheting!

Elfi 07.02.2014 - 20:10:

I followed the instructions exactly, but the bottom part of the hat looks different from the picture. In the picture it looks like it was also crotched with double strands and not hdc. Or am I missing something? Thanks in advance

DROPS Design 08.02.2014 kl. 10:01:

Dear Elfi, the whole hat is worked while crocheting only back loop on all rounds, until the end (the 3 sc rows included); Brim is then worked with double strands. Happy crocheting!

Marilynn Teague 06.01.2014 - 02:34:

I need a list of crochet terms. I am not finding where to print them. Thank you, Marilynn

DROPS Design 06.01.2014 kl. 09:47:

Dear Mrs Teague, you will find here all used crocheted terms in UK-Englis and US-English as well as other languages if required. Happy crocheting!

Petra 04.01.2014 - 15:40:

Hoi ik snap niet hoe ik die streep er in krijg die rondje lukt wel maar die streep die er door loopt die niet hoe krijg ik dat er in groetjes petra

DROPS Design 06.01.2014 kl. 12:43:

Hoi Petra. De strepen haak je als de pet klaar is. Lees onder "strepen" aan het eind van het patroon.

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