Crochet slouchy beanie (looks like knit)
Fisherman’s Rib Hat – sunrise mountain
In this pattern I first “met” the yarn over slip stitch. It’s a great technique that looks like knit (but is crochet).
The pattern I worked with is from My Hobby is Crochet the “Fisherman’s Rib Crochet Hat”. Find the free pattern here on Kingas Website.
I made it bigger (longer rows) to have it slouchy and I used more colors. Kinda looks like a sunset behind mountains! Scroll a bit down to find the colour theme pattern.
My love has warm ears now! Even when riding the bike!
First you see the overall view, scroll down to see the stitch count for the colors in close-up.
I used a hook size 4,5mm and DK/ Light worsted yarn. This pattern works sideways – each row has 86 stitches and in total I made 99 rows for a hat that fits both my boyfriend and me. If you don’t want the slouchy end, you can skip some of the last stitches, maybe only working until stitch 60-70. What you don’t see in this graph is the first 31 stitches which are all just green and the part that you fold over.
Start following the counts where the arrows are. The arrow from the right side towards the left is indicating that you work on a wrong-side row (indicated in Kingas pattern too), the arrow from left to right is the right side row. The stitch count in each color includes every stitch of the row (slst, yo-slst, sc). Heres a close up from the counting. Repeat rows 1-22. If you are not going for 99 rows you can either stop after a row 11 or row 22.
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