All about Snoods

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

I’m not sure what got me onto the subject, but I’m all about snoods right now.
A snood is a pretty hairnet/hairbag of sorts.
They can be knitted, crocheted, tatted, solid, open, netted … with or without ribbons …

 

I love all [well, most] things vintage, so figured that I’d collect some of the free instructions for vintage snoods.
They will all be crochet instructions, and I will reference the site from which they were taken.
Why am I pasting the information here? Just in case the sites from which I’ve copied them cease to exist.

 

 

1945 Two Color Snood
http://marthac.info/snood1.html

MATERIALS:
American Thread Company “Sillateen Sansil”
6 60-yd Balls Red
2 60-yd Balls White
1/2 yd of round Elastic
Steel Crochet Hook #7 and #9
INSTRUCTIONS:
With #7 hook and Red thread, chain 14 inches and work 1sc in 12 st from hook, *ch 7, skip 4 sts of ch,
1 sc in next st, repeat from * to end of row, (ch 10 to turn each row).
ROW 2: 2 sc over the 7 ch loop, * ch 7, 2 sc over next 7 ch loop, repeat from * to end of row. Repeat
the 2nd row for the entire snood, working 5 rows Red, 6 rows White, 5 rows Red, 6 rows White,
20 rows Red, 6 rows White, 5 rows Red, 6 rows White, 5 rows Red, without breaking thread, ch 4, sc
over 7 ch loop * ch 4, sc over next 7 ch loop, repeat from * to end of row. Break thread.
HEAD BAND:
With 2 strands of Red and #7 hook, ch 19, 3 dc in 4th st from hook, * skip 2 sts of ch, sc in next st,
ch 3, skip 2 sts of ch, 4 dc in next st, repeat from * once. Skip 2 sts of ch, sc in next st.
ROW 2: Ch 3, turn, 3 dc in same space with ch 3, skip 3 dc of shell, sc in last dc of shell, ch 3, 4 dc
in sc between shells, skip 3 dc of shell, sc in last dc of shell, ch 3,
4 dc in sc between shells, skip 3 dc of last shell, sc in the ch 3, repeat 2nd row until work measures
about 15 inches, break thread.
ROSETTES:
With single thread of Red and #9 hook, ch 4, join and work 15 dc in ring.
ROW 2: Ch 5, sc in first dc, * ch 5, sc in next dc, repeat from * all around.
ROW 3: * Ch 9, sc in next 5 ch loop, ch 9, sc in same loop, ch 9, sc in same loop, repeat from * all
around.
ROW 4: Work same as 3rd row, then work 1 row of 9 ch loops even. Break thread.
TO MAKE SNOOD:
Sew elastic together at ends. Join 2 strands of Red in first row of snood over the
ch 4 between the sc. Working over the elastic, work 6 sc over each 4 ch loop of first row. Continue
over last row in same manner, break thread. Gather both sides to about 1 inch from top, sew head
band in position and sew Rosettes to head band.

 

1945 Loop-The-Loop Snood

http://marthac.info/snood2.html

MATERIALS:
3 60 yd. balls, American Thread Co. ‘Star’ Pearl Cotton, Size 5, Lt Emerald or desired color.
14″ very narrow elastic
Steel Hook Size 5 or 6
INSTRUCTIONS:
With single strand of thread, ch 1, *pull up about a 3/8 inch loop on hook, thread over and pull through,
sc in single loop, ( a single knot st) repeat from * 32 times, turn.
ROW 2: Sc in 4th sc from hook, * pull up a 3/8 inch loop on hook, thread over and pull through,sc in
single loop, repeat from *, (a double loop knot st) skip 1 sc, sc in next sc, * double loop knot st, skip 1
sc,sc in next sc, repeat from * across row, work 3 single loop knot sts, turn.
ROW 3: Sc in center of sc of double knot st of previous row, * double knot st, sc in next center sc of
next double knot st, repeat from * across row, work 3 single loop knot sts, turn.
Repeat Row 3 – 20 times, break thread. Gather at each end. Join thread at side and over elastic work
* 5 sc,sc over elastic and into next center sc of double knot st, repeat from * to end gathers, 5 sc over
elastic, sc over elastic and into end gathers, 5 sc over elastic, sc over elastic and into next center sc of
next double knot st, continue in same manner across remainder of snood, join, break thread.
BAND:
Ch 125 and work 124 sc on ch, ch 1, turn.
ROW 2: Work 1 loop st in each st, (loop st: wind thread over index finger, insert hook in st, draw
thread through pulling thread from under finger, drop loop from finger letting fall to right side of work
and complete sc) ch 1, turn.
ROW 3: Work 1 sc in each st, ch 1, turn.
Repeat Rows 2 & 3, 5 times, break thread.
Sew band to each end of snood.

 

Vintage Snood Pattern

http://stitchingalways.blogspot.com/2011/12/vintage-snood-pattern.html

 

Crochet Version.

No 6 crochet Hook

1 yd of 1in wide ribbon.

half yard of narrow elastic.

The pattern calls for something called glove cord.

You experts out there will know a suitable substitute:)

Measurements.

Approx 10″wide x 12″ deep

 

Ok..Using no6 hook, make 39 chain.

1st Row..

2 tr. into 5th chain from hook*1 ch., miss 2 ch of foundation,2 tr into next ch. Rep from * to end.12 groups. Turn with 4 chain.

2nd Row.

2 tr. 1 ch.into each space to end of the row.ending with 2tr.into space of 4ch. turn with 4 chain.

 

repeat 2nd row 16 times. 18 rows in all.

fasten off and darn in ends.

 

Thread elastic through back part of snood ie. along foundation chain edge and about 4″ up each side.

cut ribbon in half and thrad round remaining edges, ending each piece in centre of last row.

Join ribbon and elastic firmly together and tie ribbon in a bow at centre front.

Perky Snood 

http://www.knitting-crochet.com/crochet/persno.html

Medium Head size)

Materials:
2 oz. 4-ply wool.
1 crochet hook, size 3- 1 yd. grosgrain ribbon.
23 inches round elastic.
Gauge:
4 meshes — 3 inches.

Perky Snood

Ch. 49. First Row–~ long treble crochet (long tr.) in 12th st. from hook, * ch. 4, skip 4 sts. on ch. 1 long tr. in next st.; repeat from *, ending ch. 4, skip 1 st., 1 long tr. in last st. Ch. 9, turn.

Row 2- l long tr. in first long tr. of Row below, * ch. 4, 1 long tr. in next long tr.; repeat from *, ending ch. 4, 1 long tr. in 5th st. of turning ch., ch. 4, 1 long tr. in same st. as last long tr. Ch. 9, turn.

Repeat last Row 6 times (23 meshes). Ch. 9, turn.

Row 9–Skip ch. 4, 1  long tr. in next long tr., * ch. 4, 1 long tr. in next long  tr.; repeat from *, ending ch. 4, 1 long tr. in 5th st. of turning ch. (23  meshes). Ch. 9, turn. Repeat last Row 7 times, ending last Row ch. 5 instead of 9.

Row 17–Skip ch. 4, 1 long tr. in next long tr., work even to within 2 meshes of end, ch. 4; yarn over3 times, insert hook in next long tr. and draw up a loop, over, take off  2 loops 3 times in succession, wrap yarn over hook 3 times, insert hook in 5th st. of turning ch. and draw up a loop (6 loops on hook), over, take off 2 loops 3 times in succession, over, take off 3 loops (a decreasing long tr.), ch. 5, turn.

Row 18–Skip ch. 4, : long tr. in next long tr., work 18 meshes, ch. 4, work a decreasing long tr. in last u long tr. Ch. 5, turn.

Decrease 1 mesh each side of each of next 6 rows as in last Row. Ch. l, do not turn.

Border. Sew ends of a 22-inch piece of round elastic together. Working around elastic, work 2 S.C. in each mesh on entire outer edge, join with slip st. to first S.C. Fasten off.

Make a tailored bow of ribbon and sew to front of snood as shown in illustration.

From Complete Guild to modern Knitting and crocheting 1942

Snood

http://www.crochetnbeads.com/files/Snood.pdf
Original Design
By Kathryn A White
Materials
Thread
Luster sheen, Black or your choice of color, About half a skein,
about hundred meters, any color crochet thread size 50 -10 your
choice, The rose will be larger with larger size thread. If you
choose to use size ten thread it may affect the size of the snood,
bear this in mind and adjust pattern accordingly. Or you can even
use sewing thread in the snood and size 10 thread for the rose.
Hook
boye size 0 or 3.25mm and appropriate hook for the size thread you use for making rose
Misc.
4mm beads, optional ( 34 beads )
2 1/2 inch bone rings.
20 inches black or corresponding color elastic cord
Abbreviations
Ch = chain sl st = slip stitch sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet tr = treble crochet hdc = half double crochet
dtr = Double treble cl = cluster stitch p = picot
st = stitch lp = loop sk = skip
sp = space tog = together yo = wrap yarn over hook
rnd = round dec = decrease inc increase
mc = main color cc = contrasting color rep = repeat
( ) = repeat between as indicated * Repeat from as indicated
Begin with headband working with the yarn and thread held together remember to always catch both yarn and thread in the stitch.
work 12 sc in one of the bone rings sl st into 1st sc to join ch 1 turn,
Row 1 1 sc in each of the next 2 sc ch 1 turn ( 2 sc )
Work in back lp of st only from this point on
Row 2 2 sc in each of the next 2 sc, ch 1 turn, ( 4 sc )
Row 3 2 sc in 1st sc, 1 sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, ch 1 turn, ( 6 sc )
Row 4 2 sc in 1st sc, 1 sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc, ch 1 turn, ( 8 sc )
Row 5 2 sc in 1st sc, 1 sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next sc, ch 1 turn, ( 10 sc )
Row 6 1 sc in each of the next 10 sc, ch 1 turn,
Rows 7 to 90 repeat row 6
Row 91 dec 1 st at the beginning of row sc in next 6 sc, dec 1 st at the end of the row. ( 8 sc )
Row 92 dec 1 st at the beginning of row sc in next 4 sc, dec 1 st at the end of the row. ( 6sc )
Row 93 dec 1 st at the beginning of row sc in next 2 sc, dec 1 st at the end of the row. ( 4 sc )
Row 94 dec 1 st at the beginning of row, dec 1 st at the end of the row. ( 2 sc )
Row 95 12 sc in the other bone ring, end off.
Attach thread on the side of the headband at row 6.
Row 1 ch 1 sc in same place, 1 sc in each row across the side to row 90, Ch 1 turn. ( 85 sc )
Row 2 Sc in 1st sc,* sk next 2 sc and 5 dc in next sc, ( shell made ) sk 2 sc and 1 sc in next sc * repeat from * to * across ending with a sc in last sc. ( 14 shells ) end off.
Attach thread on the other side of the headband Repeat Row 1 and Row 2 on this side. end off
If you so desire you can sew beads at the base of the shell ( where all 5 dc meet in the sc, ) This is optional. Would be easiest to do at this point though.
Snood
Ch 31, sc in 2nd chain from hook and in each ch across. ch 1 turn,
Row 1 sc in 1st sc, ch 4, (sk 2 sc dc in next sc, ch 5 ) 8 times ch 4 sk next 2 sc, sc in last sc, ch 1 turn,
Row 2-5 sc in 1st sc, ch 4, ( dc in next dc, ch 5, ) 8 times, ch 4, sc in last sc, ch 1 turn,
Row 6- 7 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 6 instead of 5
Row 8-9 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 7 instead of 5
Row 10 -11 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 8 instead of 5
Row 12 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 9 instead of 5
Row 13 – 14 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 8 instead of 5
Row 15 – 16 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 7 instead of 5
Row 17 – 18 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 6 instead of 5
Row 18 Repeat row 2,
Row 19 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 4 instead of 5
Row 20 Repeat row 2 except you will ch 3 instead of 5
Row 21 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 2 instead of 5
Row 22 Repeat row 2, except you will ch 1 instead of 5
Now Fold the elastic cord in half, sc in next sc crocheting through the loop of the folded elastic (This securely attaches the elastic without a knot and you will work over two strands of elastic which will make this good and strong.) working over both strands of elastic sc in each st across, sc in each st along the side sc in each st across the top sc in each st along the other side. sl st into beginning sc.draw elastic up till you have the desired size opening. It doesn’t have to be to snug as the head band will keep it from falling off. tie two pieces of elastic together with a secure knot such as a square knot, trim off excess leaving enough to weave in to hide ends.
Sew snood to headband by sewing two sc at the beginning of row 1 of snood, to bottom 2 sc on the bone ring. Be sure right side is facing out. end off, sew two sc at the end of row 1 of snood, to bottom 2 sc on the bone ring at opposite end of head band, again make sure right side is facing out. .end off
Finishing sew rose onto the bone ring, If you so desire sew 8 beads across the top of snood, spaced evenly apart.
Rose
The rose is made with same crochet thread you used through out the rest of the snood to tie it all together. use the proper size hook to the proper size thread.
Rnd. 1 Ch 6 sl st to form ring, 12 sc in ring sl st into 1st sc
Rnd. 2 ch 1 sc in 1st sc, * ch 4 sk next sc, sc in next sc* repeat from * to * 5 more times ending with sl st in 1st sc ( 6 ch 4 lps )
Rnd. 3 sl st into ch 4 lp, ch 1, * 1 sc, 5 dc, 1 sc all in the same lp.* repeat from * to * in each lp around,
ending with sl st into 1st sc, ( six petals)
Rnd. 4 working behind the petals just finished work a sc in sc that forms the petal joining *ch 5 sc in next sc joining * repeat from * to * 5 more times ending with sl st in 1st sc ( 6 ch 5 lps behind first set of petals.)
Rnd. 5 sl st into ch 5 lp, ch 1, * 1 sc, 7 dc, 1 sc all in the same lp.* repeat from * to * in each lp around,
ending with sl st into 1st sc, (six petals)
Rnd. 6 working behind the petals just finished work a sc in sc that forms the petal joining. *ch 6, sc in next sc joining * repeat from * to * 7 more times ending with sl st in 1st sc ( 6 ch 6 lps behind next set of petals.)
Rnd. 7 sl st into ch lp, ch 1, * 1 sc, 9 dc, 1 sc all in the same lp.* repeat from * to * in each lp around,
ending with sl st into 1st sc, (six petals) end off.
Created and Designed By
Kathyryn A White
www.crochetnbeads.com
All patterns may be duplicated for private use, But not for resale
July 9, 2005
Revised July 28th 2005

Fish Net Snood Pattern

Pattern Book:
Fish Net Snood Pattern

Materials Required:
AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY
“AUNT LYDIA’S” HEAVY RUG YARN
2 – 70 yd. skeins White
Plastic Crochet Hook Size J

Ch 5, join to form a ring. 1st ROUND: * Ch 5, sl st in ring, repeat from * 6 times, ch 2, d c in ring (This brings yarn in posi­tion for next round). 2nd ROUND: Ch 5, sl st in next loop, repeat from beg all around ending with ch 2, d c in d c (8 loops). 3rd ROUND: Sl st in same loop, * ch 5, sl st in same loop, ch 5, sl st in next loop, repeat from * all around ending last repeat with ch 2, d c in 1st sl st (16 loops). 4th ROUND: Repeat 2nd round. 5th ROUND: Repeat 3rd round (32 loops). NEXT 9 ROUNDS: Repeat 2nd round. 15th ROUND: S c in same loop, * ch 2, s c in next loop, repeat from * all around ending with s c in 1st s c. 16th ROUND: * Ch 1, s c in next s c, repeat from * all around, join. Repeat last round 3 times, cut yarn.

BOW: Ch 8, s c in 2nd st from hook, * ch 1, skip 1 ch, s c in next ch, repeat from * twice, ch 1 to turn each row. 2nd ROW: S c in 1st s c, * ch 1, s c in next s c, repeat from * across row. Repeat 2nd row until bow measures 6 inches, cut yarn. Sew bow in position.

 

 

Snood Headband
http://www.favecrafts.com/Accessories/Snood-Headband/ct/1#390ejkX12QVp0MIw.99

 

Materials:

  • Aunt Lydias New Wave 1.76oz – 50gm, 98yd dark chocolate or any DK/ #3 worsted weight yarn
  • Crochet hook size USA F/5, 3.75mm
  • Yarn Needle

Stitches used: Ch = chain, Sc = single crochet,
Dc = double crochet, Slst = slip stitch
Sh = Shell Stitch : 5 Dc in indicated stitch
Hsh = Half Shell Stitch: 3 Dc in indicated stitch
Instructions
Headband:
Starting at back of headband and working towards front, Ch 62 (13”)
Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, sc in each ch across, ch 1, turn (61 sc) Mark each end of this row.
Row 2 – 6: Sc in each sc across, ch 1, turn (61 sc)
Row 7: Sc in first sc, *skip next 2 sc, Sh in next sc, skip 2 sc, sc in next sc, Repeat from * to end of row, ch 1, turn
Row 8: Sc in each sc and each dc across, ch 3, turn
Row 9: 2 Dc in first sc (counts as hsh), *Skip 2 sc, sc in next sc, skip 2 sc, Sh in next sc, Repeat a from * across, end with skip 2 sc, 3 dc in last sc, ch 1, turn
Row 10: Sc in each sc and each dc across, ch 1, turn
Row 11 – 14: Repeat rows 7, 8, 9, and 10, ch 1, turn
Row 15: Sc in each sc across, 2 sc in last stitch, (work around corner on short side) Sc in each row end for 14 sc, ch 16 (4”), Join chain with a Slst at marker on other side of headband, ch 1, sc in next sc on short edge, Sc in each row end for 14 sc, ch 1, turn, (do not fasten off and go to snood instructions)
Snood:
Row 1; Sc in each sc on short edge (14 sc), sc across 16 ch, sc in 14 sc on other short edge, ch 1, turn
Row 2: Sc in first sc, * Ch 5, skip 3 sc, dc in next sc, Repeat * 9 times, ch 5, skip 3 sc, sc in last sc, ch 1, turn
Row 3 – 6: Sc in first sc, *ch 5, dc in next dc, repeat from * across, ch 1, turn
Row 7 – 8: Repeat row 2, but Ch 6 instead of 5
Row 9 – 10: Repeat row 2, but Ch 7 instead of 5
Row 11: Repeat row 2, but Ch 8 instead of 5
Row 12 – 13: Repeat rows 9 and 10
Row 14 – 15: Repeat rows 7 and 8
Row 16: Repeat row 2
Row 17: Repeat row 2, but Ch 4 instead of 5
Row 18 – 19: Repeat row 2, but Ch 3 instead of 5
Row 20 – 21: Repeat row 2, but Ch 2 instead of 5
Row 22: Repeat row 2, but Ch 1 instead of 5, fasten off
Finishing: Sew each end of a skinny 12” piece of elastic to inside of first and last stitch of row 1 at beginning of snood, then join yarn at side and sc all the way across and over thin elastic and through sides and lower edge of snood bottom (Last row of netting, not headband). Fasten off and weave in ends.
Make headband buttons as below.

Headband Buttons: (Make 1 set for each side)
Step 1. (First side button) Make a magic circle, sc in circle 10 times, slst in first sc and pull tight, tie off and weave in ends.
Step 2. Repeat 1 for second button, but leave a 12” tail at beginning and end, tie tails pull tight, do not weave in or end .
Step 3. Thread both tails through button center of second button, fold bottom headband into 2 pleats, weave tails through pleats and first button, whip stitch 2 times back into second button to secure, run tails back through middle of pleats and through first button, pull tight, knot, tie off and trim tails.
Step 4. Repeat for second side of headband for other set of buttons.
Snood

http://web.archive.org/web/20041024215052/http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/3212/h-cost1/snood1.html

Yarns and hooks: Almost any kind of yarn or crochet thread will work for this pattern. For a finer texture, use crochet cotton, knit-cro-sheen, or pearl cotton, with a “3” or “B” size crochet hook. Heavier yarns (wool, acrylic, and blends) yield a lovely, rough texture. Use a “G” sized hook with
heavier yarns.

Finished size: Approximately 17″ in diameter. Comes to about the nape of the neck when worn; for a longer snood, repeat Row 15 until desired diameter is achieved.

Round 1: Ch 6, slip-stitch to first ch to form a ring.

Round 2: Ch 4, [DC into center of ring, Ch 1] 11 times, slip-stitch into third
ch of Ch 4 strand to join.

Round 3: Ch 5, DC into first Ch 1 space, *Ch 2, DC into next Ch 1 space, Ch 2,
DC into same Ch 1 space,* repeat from * around circle, Ch 1, slip-stitch into
third ch of beginning Ch 5 strand to join (24 posts around circle).

Round 4: Slip-stitch into center of first Ch 2 space, *Ch 5, SC into center of
next Ch 2 space,* repeat from * around circle, Ch 5, slip-stitch into base of
first Ch 5 strand to join.

Round 5: Slip-stitch in first 3 ch of Ch 5 strand (to the center chain of the
strand), *Ch 6, SC into center of next Ch 5 space,* repeat from * around circle, Ch 6,
slip-stitch into base of first Ch 6 space to join, making 24 loops around circle.

Round 6: Slip-stitch to center of first Ch 6 loop, *Ch 7, SC into center of
next loop,* repeat from * around circle, Ch 7, slip-stitch into base of first
loop to join (24 loops around).

Round 7-9: Repeat as for round 6, increasing loops by one ch each round (Round
7 will have Ch 8 loops; Round 8 will have Ch 9 loops; Round 9 will have Ch 10
loops).

Round 10: Slip-stitch into first 3 ch of Ch 10 loop, Ch 5, SC into same Ch 10
loop, *Ch 5, SC into next Ch 10 loop, Ch 5, SC into same Ch 10 loop,* Repeat from * around
circle, Ch 5, slip-stitch into base of first Ch 5 loop (48 loops around).

Round 11: Slip-stitch to center of first Ch 5 loop, *Ch 6, SC into center of
next Ch 5 loop,* Repeat from * around circle, Ch 6, slip-stitch into base of
first Ch 6 loop.

Round 12: Repeat as for Round 6.

Round 13-15: Repeat as for Rounds 7-9 (Round 13 will have Ch 8 loops, Round 14
will have Ch 9 loops, Round 15 will have Ch 10 loops).

Round 16: Slip-stitch to center of first Ch 10 loop, *Ch 5, SC into center of
next Ch 10 loop,* Repeat from * around circle, slip-stitch into base of first
Ch 5 strand.

Round 17: To make bars for drawstring: Ch 4, *[DC into Ch 5
strand, Ch 1] 3 times,* repeat from * in each Ch 5 space around circle, Ch 1,
slip-stitch into third ch of starting strand to finish. Cut yarn and pull loop
through. Weave end in.

Drawstring: Use a braided length of the same yarn, or ribbon, or elastic, long enough
to fit around head plus 12″. Weave drawstring through posts of final round of
crocheting. Fit to head size. Sew ends of elastic together or if using drawstring,
tie in a bow.

 

 

 

 

SUMMER SNOOD

http://christinanthemum.blogspot.com/2011/06/pattern-time.html

 

Materials
Caron Simply Soft – 1 Skein (I used Country Blue)
Size N Hook is what I used, you can modify for a smaller slouch use a smaller hook or a longer/larger slouch use a bigger hook.

 

Notes
Beginning ch3 in each round will count as your first dc unless otherwise stated
~Puff Stitch (puff st) – loop over, insert hook into stitch, pull through 3x, loop over again, pull through all loops on hook.
~ dc dec – loop over, insert hook into 1st st, loop over, pull through, loop over, pull through 2 loops, loop over, insert hook into 2nd st, loop over pull through st, loop over pull through 2 loops, loop over, pull through rem loops on hook

 

You can start with a magic ring, but I like how open it is if you start the way I did.
Here we go!!!
ch2, 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook, join with sl st in 1st sc.

 

Rd 1: ch4 [counts as 1st dc and ch1 sp here and throughout] sk 1st sc, *dc, ch1 – repeat from * in each)] remaining sc around, join with sl st to top of ch 3 (8dc, 8ch sp)

 

Rd 2 – ch3 [counts as 1st dc here and throughout], dc in same ch sp, 2 dc in next dc, * 2dc in next dc, 2 dc in ch1 sp, – repeat from * in each st around, join with sl st to top of ch 3 (32 dc)

 

Rd 3 –ch3, 2 dc in next dc, * 1 dc in next dc, 2 dc in ch1 sp, – repeat from * in each st around, join with sl st to top of ch 3 

 

Rd 4 – ch 2 [not a st] puff st in top of ch 3, *ch1, sk next dc, puff st in next dc, – repeat from * around, ch 1, join with sl st to first puff st 

 

Rd 5 – ch 3, dc in 1st puff st, * 1 dc in next 2 st, 2 dc in next puff st, – repeat from * around to last 3 st, 1 dc in each rem st, join with sl st into top of ch 3 

 

Rd 6 – ch3, 2 dc in next dc, * 1 dc in next 2 dc, 2 dc in dc sp, – repeat from * in each st around, join with sl st to top of ch 3 

 

Rd 7 – ch3, dc in same st, *1 dc in each of the next 3, 2 dc in next dc, – repeat from * around to last 3 st, dc in rem 3 st, join with sl st to top of ch 3 

 

Rd 8 – ch3, 1 dc in next 3 dc, * 2 dc in next dc, 1 dc in next 4 dc, – repeat from * around, 2 dc in last dc, join with sl st to top of ch 3 

 

Rd 9 – repeat Round 4

 

Rd 10 – ch3, 1 dc in each puff st and ch around, join with sl st in top of ch 3

 

Rd 11 – ch3, dc in next dc, dc dec, *dc in next 2 dc, dc dec, – repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch 3

 

Rd 12 – ch 2 [not a st] puff st in top of ch 3, *ch1, sk 2 dc, puff st in next dc – repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of first puff st

 

Rd 13 – ch1, hdc in each puff st and ch around, sl st in first hdc. Do not finish off
Ribbing

 

chain 6

 

Row 1 – sc in 2nd ch from hook and rem 5 ch, sl st in nearest hdc on rd 13 of hat, sl st in next hdc of hat, turn

 

Row 2 – sc in back loop only of each 5 sc of prev row, ch1, turn

 

Row 3 – sc in back loop only of each 5 sc of prev row, sl st in hdc of nearest hdc on rd 13 of hat, sl st into next hdc of hat, turn.

 

~ repeat rows 2 and 3 in order around the hat, ending with row 3.

 

To Finish Off – Cut a tail long enough to sew together the final row of the ribbing tot he first row. Try to match up the ribbing. Weave in the loose end.

 

 




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