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DROPS Crochet hat in ”Paris”

Tags: hats, lace, summer hats,

Size: S/M - L

Materials:DROPS Paris from Garnstudio
150 g color no 59, light old pink

DROPS crochet hook size 3.5 mm [US E/4] – or the size needed to obtain correct crochet gauge.

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Pattern instructions

NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. All measurements in charts are in cm. For conversion from inches to cm - click here. There are different terms for crocheting in American and British English. If this pattern includes crochet, click for "crochet terms" here. For this pattern in British English, please click here.
Crochet gauge: 20 dc in width with hook size 3.5 mm [US E/4] and Paris = 10 cm [4’’]

Crochet tip: Substitute the first dc on each round with 3 ch . Finish each round with 1 sl st in first dc (3rd ch).

Hat: Crochet 4 ch and make a ring with a sl st in the first ch.
1st round: – Read Crochet tip! Crochet 5 dc in ring
2nd round: Crochet 2 dc in each dc = 10 dc.
3rd round: Crochet 2 dc in each dc = 20 dc.
4th round: *2 dc in the first dc, 1 dc in the next dc * repeat from *-* = 30 dc.
5th round: *2 dc in the first dc, 1 dc in the next dc, 1 dc in the next dc *, repeat from *-* = 40 dc.
6th-10th (6th – 11th) round: Inc. a total of 10 times on each round, inc. in line with previous inc. i.e there will be 1 more dc in between each inc. for each round. Inc. as done earlier as follows: crochet 2 dc in 1 dc = 90 dc (For size L do 6 rounds with inc. = 100 dc)
11th (12th) round: Crochet 1 dc in each dc = 90 (100) dc
12th (13th) round: 1 dc in the first dc *2 ch, skip over 1 dc, 1 dc in the next dc *, repeat from *-* and finish with 2 ch, skip over 1 dc and 1 sl st at beg. of round = 45 (50) dc.
13th – 18th (14th-19th) round: 1 dc in the first dc, *2 ch, skip over 2 ch, 1 dc in the next dc *, repeat from *-* and finish with 2 ch and 1 sl st at beg. of round = 45 (50) dc.
19th (20) round: *1 dc in each dc, 1 dc in each ch-loop*, repeat from *-* = 90 (100) dc.
20th (21th) round: *1 dc in each dc = 90 (100) dc.
21th (22nd) round: Crochet 1 round with dc at the same time inc. in every 5th dc as follows: crochet 2 dc in 1 dc = 108 (120) dc.
22nd- 23rd (23rd-24th) round: Crochet 1 dc in each dc = 108 (120) dc.
24th (25th) round: Crochet 1 round at the same time inc. 10 (12) dc evenly distributed. Inc. as follows: crochet 2 dc in 1 dc = 118 (132) dc.
25th – 26th (26th-27th) round: Crochet 1 dc in each dc = 118 (132) dc.
27th (28th) round: Crochet 1 round with dc at the same time inc. 12 (13) dc evenly distributed. Inc. as follows: crochet 2 dc in 1 dc = 130 (145) dc.
Cut and sew away the thread.

Comments (58)

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Cindy Thomas 15.05.2016 - 20:59:

When I use the gauge swatch what do I seek? I've never done a swatch Also typically your patterns will have inches around for circumference? Am I lost or just aren't seeing this part Also you tend to use parenthesis when it's sized? Where is the small medium large I'm 22 Thank you as always a admirer :)

DROPS Design 17.05.2016 kl. 10:34:

Dear Mrs Thomas, you should have a tension of 20 dc = 4" - in 1st size, you will get then 90 dc around head, ie approx. 18" and in larger size 100 dc around head, ie approx. 20". In order to fit on the head, you have a bit less inch, so that the hat stay on head. You can always adjust crocheting more/less sts to fit yours. Happy crocheting!

Anita McIntosh 24.03.2015 - 03:45:

Beauty and the Beach

Sabine 12.08.2014 - 23:33:

Hallo, Jetzt stolpere ich gleich in den ersten Runden...wie schaffe ich es aus 5 Stb. Einen Kreis zu häkeln? Ich erhalte eine Spitze. Die Maschen stimmt... Danke

DROPS Design 13.08.2014 kl. 16:45:

Liebe Sabine, Sie schließen ja die angeschlagenen Lm mit einer Kett-M zu einer Runde, d.h. Sie haben nun einen Lm-Ring. Wenn Sie nun 5 Stb häkeln (UM den Lm-Ring, nicht in die einzelnen Lm) und diese 5 Stb dann auch wieder mit einer Kett-M in das erste gehäkelte Stb zu einer Runde schließen, ergibt sich wieder ein Kreis. Nun häkeln Sie in jedes Stb je 2 Stb, d.h. dann haben Sie 10 Stb, und schließen diese 10 Stb auch wieder mit 1 Kett-M in das 1. Stb zur Runde.

Birthe Ottervik 12.08.2014 - 14:57:

Hei, prøvde følge oppskriften på denne, men kanten ble bølgete ( litt mer type brem for de under 8 år) har dere et tips for hvordan jeg kan unngå at bremmen bølger?

DROPS Design 12.08.2014 kl. 16:26:

Hei Birthe. Jeg kan desvaerre ikke se hvorfor kanten er blevet mere bölget, er den löst haeklet? Kontrolleer heklefastheden eller pröv at göre den vaad og bring hatten i form / pres kanten.

Ann-britt.grahn 12.07.2014 - 13:13:

Vid utskrift av mönster 99-23 försvinner raderna 4 och 11??

DROPS Design 14.07.2014 kl. 16:57:

Hej Ann-Britt. Er det mon indstillingerne på din printer som gør at en del af mønstret forsvinder? Der er ikke fejl i indstillingerne her.

Ivelisse 30.06.2014 - 19:11: www.garnstudio.com

Hi. I'm just crocheting this pattern for my 22 years old daughter, but is too big for her (she's kind of a petite girl). How can I reduce the circumference to fit 19"/20" (48-51 cm) and still be able to finish the hat as gorgeous as it looks. Thanks

DROPS Design 02.07.2014 kl. 18:46:

Dear Mrs Ivelisse, you can calculate with your gauge and the circumference to fit how many sts you should require. Happy crocheting!

AnneLie 29.06.2014 - 17:23:

Hur många centimeter är omkretsen på den olika storlekarna?

DROPS Design 02.07.2014 kl. 10:38:

Hej Annelie. Du kan beregne det nogenlunde med haeklefastheden. Paa det breddeste för du öger til skyggen har du 90 eller 100 st. Fastheden skal vaere 20 st i bredden, dvs ca 45 og 50 cm.

Judi 28.05.2014 - 17:14:

Round 19(20) you can't get 90(100) by dc in dc and dc in Ch sp it requires 2 dc in Ch dp

DROPS Design 28.05.2014 kl. 17:20:

Dear Judi, on round 18(19) you have 45 (50) dc with 2 ch between each dc, on next round, work 1 dc in each dc and 1 dc in each ch-space = 90 (100) dc. Happy crocheting!

Karen Rene Ruthenstorfer 04.05.2014 - 12:27:

Your Patterns do not indicate for which Skill Level, eg. Easy, Beg. Also the "Fit" of the Hat, note on "loose" would help also.

Debbie 04.07.2013 - 22:48:

How many balls are required to make this hat. Am I missing it?

DROPS Design 05.07.2013 kl. 09:02:

Dear Debbie, material required is at the right side of the picture at the very top of the pattern. For this hat, you'll need 150 g Paris = 3 balls DROPS Paris. Happy crocheting!

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