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February CAL Part 3 - Andean Peaks Hat Crochet Pattern

Posted on February 20, 2017 by Bethany Dearden | 0 Comments

Hey all! I hope you are as excited as me. Today is Pattern Day! And since we have a few more things planned for this month, you will be getting the entire pattern today! This Andean Peaks Hat pattern will include instructions for both a slouchy and beanie hat, so pick your favorite and let's get started. 

Be sure to watch the stitch video here



 

Andean Peak Hat

What you need: 
H Hook (or hook to meet gauge)
Medium Weight Yarn (Knit Picks Mighty Stitch in Conch, Marina and Mint)
Darning needle
Optional- PomPom- handmade using this tutorial

Gauge: 14 dc = 4″

Slouchy Fit:  

Band: (using 1st color)
Ch 7. 
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 5. Turn. 
2. – 46.  Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 4 in back loops only. Hdc in last st, through both loops. 

Band should be very stretchy, and should be approx. 15″ long UNSTRETCHED. This measurement is only accurate if you haven’t stretched it around your head yet. It should be stretchy enough to stretch several inches. I provide this measurement only because many people ask for it. If yours doesn't seem stretchy due to your gauge or yarn choice, feel free to change the number of rows to fit your head. 

Fold in half, sl st both ends together forming a band. Turn inside out so the seam is on the inside, and the loop is on the top. Continue to step 1 of the body. 

Body:
1. Ch 1. Sc 70 around the top, working about 3 sc sts across 2 hdc rows.
Join with a sl st using 2nd color. 

2.  - 4.
Ch 1. Dc in each st around. Join with a sl st 2nd color. (70 sts )

5.
Ch 1. *Hdc 2. Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. * repeat 14 times. Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

6. - 7.
Ch 2.  Dc in each st around. Join with sl st.
On 7th row, join with a sl st using 4th color.  

8.
Ch 1. Hdc in same st. *Sk 1 st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc 2.* work 13 times.  Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc in last st.  Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

9. - 10.
Ch 2 Dc in each st around. Join with a sl st. 
After the 10th row, join with sl st using 2nd color. 

11. 
Ch 1. *Hdc 2. Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. * repeat 14 times. Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

12. - 13.
 Ch 2.  Dc in each st around. Join with sl st. (70 sts)
After the 13th row, join with a sl st using 3rd color. 

14. 
Ch 1. Hdc in same st. *Sk 1 st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc 2.* work 13 times.  Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc in last st. Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

15. - 16. Ch 2 Dc in each st around. Join with a sl st.
After the 16th row, join with sl st using 4th color. 

17. Ch 1. *Hdc 2. Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. * repeat 14 times. Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

18. Ch 2. Dc in same st. *Dc2tog. Dc in next st* work 23 times.  (47 sts)Join. 

19. Ch 2. Dc2tog 23 times. Dc in last st. (24 sts). 

 

Finishing: Thread a length of yarn onto a darning needle. Turn hat inside out. Sew a running stitch around the top. Pull both ends to cinch closed and tie a firm knot.  Finish by sewing on a pom pom.  



 

 

 

 

Beanie Fit: 

(Sky, Cream, Silver)
Band: (Using 1st color)

Ch 7. 
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 5. Turn. 
2. – 46.  Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 4 in back loops only. Hdc in last st, through both loops. 

Band should be very stretchy, and should be approx. 15″ long UNSTRETCHED. This measurement is only accurate if you haven’t stretched it around your head yet. It should be stretchy enough to stretch several inches. I provide this measurement only because many people ask for it. If yours doesn't seem stretchy due to your gauge or yarn choice, feel free to change the numbers to fit your head. 

Fold in half, sl st both ends together forming a band. Turn inside out, so the seam is on the inside, and the loop is on the top. Continue to step 1 of the body. 

Body:
1.
 Ch 1. Sc 70 around the top, working about 3 sc sts across 2 hdc rows. Join with sl st using 2nd color. 

2. - 3. Ch 2. Dc in each st around. Join with sl st. 
Join row 3 with sl st using 3rd color. 

4. Ch 1. *Hdc 2. Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. * repeat 14 times. Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

5. - 6. Ch 2. Dc in each st around. Join with sl st. 
Join 6th row with a sl st using 1st color. 

7. Ch 1. Hdc in same st. *Sk 1 st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc 2.* work 13 times.  Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc in last st.  Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

8. - 9. Ch 2. Dc in each st. Join with sl st. 
Join row 9 with sl st using 2nd color. 

10. Ch 1. *Hdc 2. Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. * repeat 14 times. Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

11. - 12. Ch 2. Ch 2. Dc in each st. Join with sl st. 
Join row 12 with sl st using 3rd color. 

13.  Ch 1. Hdc in same st. *Sk 1 st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc 2.* work 13 times.  Sk next st. Working down in the dc from previous row, 3 hdc in same sp. Sk next st. Hdc in last st.  Join with a sl st.  (70 sts)

14. Ch 2. Dc in same st. *Dc2tog. Dc in next st* work 23 times. Join with sl st. (47 sts)

15. Ch 2. Dc in same st. Dc2tog 23 times. (24 sts)

16. Ch 2. Dc2tog 12 times. Join with sl st. (12 sts). 
Tie off. Leave a long tail. Using your tail, sew the small hole closed. 



 

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Can't wait to see what you do!



 

 




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