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Snowy Ridges

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This Snowy Ridges hat is a beautiful crochet pattern. A J crochet hook enables you to make this great pattern easily using worsted weight yarn. This is perfect for the holiday season or a Sunday morning in church. It would also make an excellent holiday gift for friends and family. The cute green holly adds just the perfect amount of Christmas cheer to your outfit.

Snowy Ridges Crochet Hat
This image courtesy of suzies-yarnie-stuff.blogspot.com

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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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your pattern calls for Picot stitch. When does that come into play? I don't see it used in the pattern. I plan on making this using a soft shimmer yarn by red heart. Hope it turns out OK.

Just finished making this and it looks exactly like the picture! Beautiful. If you have never used fpdc before, it is tricky the first time. And depending on how you crochet, your ribbed design may be on the inside. I had to turn my hat inside out when I was finished.

i think you did the back post then... not front post. :D i did that a couple of times when i first started too. i love the stitch, makes a wonderful pattern on things!

what does it mean in your pattern average only and small only? I don't see how you go from 60 dc to next row 54 dc then back to 60 dc? thank you

If you look at the row numbering you won't use row 5 twice. YOu either picks small hat size or average hat size and then follow the row # for that size. Make sense? So, if small you use all the rows and then when you get to the rows that have 2 choices you just use the small ones.

@anned386 5007291, fpdc stands for "front post double crochet." Hope this helps! --editor of AllFreeCrochet

Question for "Suzies Stuff" about Snowy Ridges hat...in Rounds 6-14, what does the instruction fpdc mean? Please...need answer by Tues evening 83011. Thanks so much

It's so cute. Can wait to start.

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