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My Crocheted Brimmed Hat


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Sun yourself in style with My Crocheted Brimmed Hat. It's a crocheted hat pattern that's just as appropriate for an adult as it is for a child.

My Crocheted Brimmed Hat
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Crochet Hook: G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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WOW....the author needs to work on the instructions...please :)

WOW....the author needs to work on the instructions...please :)

I started making this and, after 20+ rounds, realized I had a HUGE fruit bowl looking thing. Thinking I had made a mistake I unraveled all my work and started over with a smaller hook (E). After another 20+ rounds I again had a HUGE fruit bowl looking thing. FRUSTRATING!!!!!!! Not to mention all the wasted time. . . . After thinking about it for awhile, I realized what I was doing wrong. This pattern says its easy, and therefore appealing to beginners like myself. An experienced crocheter would probably know this but I didn't. Each round needs to be closed with a slip stitch and the next round started with a single chain, otherwise you're just going in an ever increasing outward spiral. The author of this pattern should have included these 2 very critical steps as a lot of beginners are not going to know to do this.

I love this pattern and think the picture is really cute. I started making it with a G hook and worsted weight yarn. I got as far as round 21 and undid it all. I don't know if I should use a smaller hook or what? My hat was huge!! Should I have kept going? Will the band bring it back in so it's not so big around?

It would no doubt look so sweet on a young lady with long spiral curls. :-)

I don't see any rude comments. This looks like a lovely hat and I can't wait to try it. But it could use a model head for a better idea of how it would look.

It would be nice to see this hat modeled on someone.

The rude people are just jealous...I bet they couldn't design something so unique and fabulous! Well done, and keep designing!

If you don't have a nice comment then you should keep your mouth shut. Are you so perfect? Extremely doubtful. As for the one who did the pattern--you were extremely kind to have shared it with the rest of us. I, for one, think it is a cute hat and appreciate your hard work in creating it and taking the time to share it. You must remember, in our culture today there are people out there with nothing better to do but run someone down. For those people--simple tune them out and pay no attention to them. Kindness and manners are, unfortunately, a thing of the past.

My momma taught me, "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all."

I love the hat and will do my best to honor you pattern with my completed hat. Thank you for sharing......

How RUDE!!! Did you really find it necessary to be cruel? If you didn't have a nice comment, why comment at all? very discouraging :(

Sorry but I don't think so. It is just plain ugly!


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