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Vintage Ruffled Brim Hat

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A Vintage Ruffled Brim Hat is great to wear for a nice occasion or holiday. Using a lighter weight yarn can allow you to wear it during the spring months. Single crochet is worked in back loops only. The ruffled brim gives you that feminine look with this crochet design.

Vintage Ruffled Brim Hat
Vintage Ruffled Brim Hat
This image courtesy of kendrascrochetedcreations.blogspot.com

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

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In reply to nchinmonsum 8791646 I made my hat last week and at that time there was only 31 rows row 29 was the v row, 30 was the (sc in next 2 sc) around (156.) not what you see now. It drove me crazy. But love the hat, planning on making another with different yarn. Vicki

LOVED the magic ring!! directions are confusing for the hat. If you do row 19-28 (repeat rows 14-18 2times). Then row 29 does not have double crochets to do row 29??? So I tried not putting 5 single crochet rows and ruffle is not long enough to be a true ruffle.

I think you misread the instructions. Row 29 is a repeat of Row 14, that is making V-stitches =(dc, ch1, dc) on sc. Row 30 is where you need the dc stitches. Qoute"... 29. Repeat row 14 30. (sc in dc, 2 sc in ch 1, sc in dc, 2 sc in next dc, sc in ch1, 2 sc in dc) repeat around (117 sc) [90 sc] ...."/Quote

I made this hat, but it came out in a size for a small child. Question: are you supposed to crochet in back loop only throughout the pattern or only in step #2? Also, in your photo, after completing step 13 (sc in next 11, 2 sc) and before doing step 14 (the v stitches), there seems to several rows of sc (perhaps steps 15-18) that are not in my hat. Those rows appear below the line that has been created by the crocheting done through step 13. any advice would be greatly appreciated. It's a cute hat, but I am doing something wrong or the instructions are incomplete.

This comment is for sherreeg 4113389. Why copy to Outlook and then Word? Just highlight the pattern, picture and all and paste in Word. That's what I do.

I use a site called printfriendly that lets me pick and choose what I want to print. I recommend it for any thing like this.

That's the best site I've seen in a long time. What a great tip. Thanks!

How can this be light weight . when 4 medium yarn is used?

I believe what was meant was that if you use a lighter weight yarn (than the medium worsted), you can wear it during the spring months.

I love the opportunity to get free patterns, but is there some way you can 'vet' the patterns and the way they are set up to print. Very often, the website from which you're trying to print a pattern will cause my computer to lock up or shut down. I know 'beggers can't be choosers' but this is totally frustrating and I cannot believe I'm the only one who has this problem. Many of your pattern contributors' websites are very nice but also quite often have multicolored backgrounds which waste much ink, and they don't offer a printer-friendly version of the pattern. All that said, thanks for the opportunity to obtain wonderful patterns, and I'll continue to slog along. When you're in your 70's, all this technology gets a bit much!!

If there is no printer friendly version, I just highlight the pattern, copy it and paste it into my word processor ( I use open office) then save it to my hard drive. I am also in my 70s and really appreciate the free patterns.

I copy the pattern, then open a new email in Outlook. Set the mail to PLAIN TEXT, and paste the pattern into the email. This removes all colors, special fonts, tables, and pictures. Then I copy it again from the email and paste it into WORD. If I want a picture, I will simply copy the picture from the pattern page, and paste the picture into WORD. Works like a charm!

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