Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Puff Stitch Crochet Hat Free Crochet Pattern






Puff Stitch Crochet Hat

Free pdf download for the Puff Stitch Crochet Hat
Video Tutorial: Puff Stitch Crochet Hat


Video Tutorial:  Left Hand Puff Stitch Crochet Hat


Materials
Size I or 5.5mm crochet Hook
4-ply Yarn


Spa Blue Fleck Red Heart Yarn


Written by Teresa Richardson
+Teresa Richardson 
+Crochet Geek 

Abbreviations
PS - Puff Stitch
SL ST - Slip Stitch
EA - Each
SC - Single Crochet
CH - Chain

Puff Stitch:
  1. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook below the chain. Wrap the yarn over the hook and draw through. There will be 3 loops on the hook.
  2. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook below the chain. Wrap the yarn over the hook and draw through. There will be 5 loops on the hook.
  3. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook below the chain. Wrap the yarn over the hook and draw through. There will be 7 loops on the hook.
  4. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook below the chain. Wrap the yarn over the hook and draw through. There will be 9 loops on the hook.
  5. Wrap the yarn over the hook to secure puff stitches at the top.

Chain 5, join.
Round 1: Pull beginning loop up, *Puff Stitch, Ch 1, Complete 5 times total from*, Puff Stitch, SC in beginning Puff stitch to join. (6 Puff Stitch Total)

Round 2: Pull beginning loop up, Puff Stitch, Ch 1 in the same space, *PS, CH 1, PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 space. Complete 5 times total from *, PS in the beginning CH 1 SP , SC in beginning PS to join. (12 Puff Stitch with Chain 1between each stitch- Total)

Round 3: Pull beginning loop up, PS, CH 1 in the same space, PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 SP, *PS, CH1, PS, CH 1 in the next CH SP CH 1 SP. PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 SP, complete 5 times total from *, PS in the beginning CH space, SC in beginning PS to join. (18 Puff Stitch with Chain 1between each stitch- Total)

Round 4: Pull beginning loop up, PS, CH 1 in the same space, PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 SP, PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 SP *PS, CH1, PS, CH 1 in the next CH SP CH 1 SP. PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 SP, PS, CH 1 in the next CH 1 SP, complete 5 times total from *, PS in the beginning CH space, SC in beginning PS to join. (24 Puff Stitch with Chain 1between each stitch- Total)

Round 5-10: Pull beginning loop up, PS, CH 1 in the same space, 1 Puff Stitch in ea CH 1 SP around. End the round with a SC in the beginning Puff Stitch to join.

Band
Round 11: CH 1, 2 SC in ea CH 1 SP. Join with a SL ST in the beginning SC.

Round 12-13: CH 1,  SC in ea stitch around. Join with a SL ST in the beginning SC.



52 comments:

  1. Too cute!! I love the color! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. And what a nice head it is too! *wink* Ha ha! Cute hat too. :O)

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  3. loved your work and patterns !!!
    thanks for sharing !

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  4. Hi Teresa,
    I am kusuma. i am from India. g8 job
    nice hat... i will knit one for me

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  5. can i hv a video of this tresa.....
    i jus cant stop adorin the cap...soo cute!

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  6. Hello Teressa, can you make a video tutorial on this? Thanks. :)

    P/s. All of your vids are great and useful.

    xoxo

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  7. Now thats a Great Hat :) Love the stitches on it and the pompom is a GREAT Touch :D

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  8. I'M NOT UNDERSTANDING HOW TO CLOSE THE ROUND. PLEASE HELP!!

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  9. brenda,
    You close the round with a slip stitch in the first stitch.

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  10. If I wanted to make this into a slouch look...how would I do it?

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  11. Hello! :)
    Thank you soo much for al your patterns and videos!
    I was always confused about increases and decreases until i started watching your videos and making projects
    I loved this hat! Ive already made 2 of them, one with a hook a size smaller and the other with a hook size bigger than you showed in the video.. I liked how the smaller one turned out. Thanks again! Take care and keep up the good work. Please also visit my youtube if you arent too busy. :)
    Youtube.com/meme7492

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  12. Teresa,

    I am proud to say I tried the pattern and it turned out great. Thanx to your special brand of teaching I now have a cap that I can gift to my nephew for his Birthday!

    As always,
    With deep appreciation,

    Lalitha

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  13. Lalitha,
    I appreciate the comment, Thank you.

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  14. Hello! I am new to crocheting and want to try to make a hat for my 1 month old daughter. I am excited to try this pattern! How should I adjust it to fit a small baby? Thanks for any advice!

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  15. Teresa, I just used your video on YT to make this hat for my oldest daughter. I'd like to make one for my youngest daughter, but I have no idea how to make it smaller to fit her head.I measured her head and it's 20"(she's almost 6yrs.old).Are there any directions you can give me to make the hat for her? (I'm fairly new to crochet)Thanks in advance!

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  16. Hi! The puff hat is beautifull and i have done it this evening! look! http://unpuntotiraglialtri.blogspot.com/ and come in my blog to visit it! I'm italian :)

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  17. Hey Teresa!
    Thanks for video instructions! I made a hat and it is wonderful! Do you have a patterns for a puff stitch matching scarf?

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  18. Hi, I just wanted to thank you for such a nice explanation, it helped me very much, because it was easy to follow you...this is what I made under you instructions and I am very happy for it href="http://www.subotica.in.rs/2009/12/28/plodovi-ljubavi/" title="Puff stich hat and scarf"

    I was curious, do you have some instructions for some women clothes or idea where I can find one (with video...)

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  19. Hi Teresa
    I love the hat, I'm trying to make one. Put in the inscructions it says SP what's that? It's not in your list of abreviations. I wish there was a crochet reader for dummies app out there, I need help! Love the hat, can't wait to try to make it. Thanks

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  20. hi teresa,
    this is jen, i want to do this pattern for my 5 month old baby what changes should i make?
    what is the size of the pattern u hav explained?

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  21. Hi.. This is a cute design.. I altered it, and made a cute hat for my cat Nahlah.. She is going to look so cute in this.. I am making "kitty" booties to go with.. I also added a pom at the top, and ties to the side so that it stays on her head.. I will try to post a picture of it, when I get it on her.. Thanks again..

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  22. Hi Teresa!
    I'm a portuguese about to be mama of my second girl, inlove with crochet. This hat is so lovely!
    I'm thinking about doing a puff stitch with 7 loops instead of 9, because the yarn I have is very thick. What do you think about it? When i finish it, i'll send a photo!
    Bye
    Marta Nunes.

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  23. Hi Teresa!
    Here's what I've made for my daughter. Thx once again!
    http://jusuvaikui.blogspot.com/2010/09/dar-viena-naujiena-opapa-ranku-darbo.html

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  24. Hi Teresa! Can I make this one for a kid? ages 2-3

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  25. Thanks for your posts on You tube and here on your blog. I've only been chrocheting for a week and ist soooooo adicting! Your posts are easy to folow and the results are great!

    Thanks again! All the way from Holland!!
    Bye!
    Yvon

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  26. Thank you so much for making the video and providing written instructions. I have just finished it (after a few attempts as I am a beginner)and I am so happy.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  27. I love all your work because you show it right and left-handed. The puff stitch is just like the popcorn stitch right? To me the popcorn looks neater in a pattern than the puff stitch - that is just my opinion right! But keep up the left-handed videos. I am still working on the magic circle -I cannot seem to get it yet, but I will keep trying until I succeed!

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  28. thankkkkkkkk uu my first hat that i made that i actually like!! i added 11 rows and went to o a bigger band just so i can add 2 lil side buttons!!! thanks uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

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  29. Which scarf tutorial would compliment the puff stitch hat? I searched for a puff stitch scarf, but didn't find one. Could I start it off like a granny square?

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  30. Hello- I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. I just can't seem to get the shape I want. Yours looks more like a beanie shape and mine looks like a beret. Any tips?

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  31. hi! this is a very cute hat! can you tell me the size of the hat? how big it fits?

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  32. Hi, this is a verry cute hat! :) can you please tell me what size it is? the diamtetre/how big it is? i would like to make it but i dont know if it will fit

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  33. Hi, i want to make this hat for my friend's brithday coming up soon. If i follow the directions and type of yarn/hook, is this hat size for most adult women? plase tell me as soon as you can, thanks!

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  34. Teresa, I just finished the hat and I love it!! I added one more row of increases and made it longer to make it slouchy. It looks great! Thank you for this and all your other lovely patterns!

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  35. Hello I am trying to make this hat, but im getting a bit lost on where to join the hat on round 5? any help or advice, I seems to be going in a spiral and I dont think i am ment too.

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  36. I just learned how to crochet about a week ago and I have been able to make a ton of things because of your tutorials. There really easy to follow and the things I make turn out great lol thank you so much!

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  37. Hi Teresa!
    I really, really love the hat!!!
    I made it! (well, actually not yet, I still need to make 1 row and the band...) But still I really Like It!!!!

    Thank you so much for the pattern, and the video tutorial! (and all the other ones! Because of YOU I wanted to crochet!)

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  38. Thank You so much for posting this pattern and video. I have been looking for a good hat to crochet for cancer patients and this looks like a good one. This one is so cute.
    Janice

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  39. i just made this hat for my mother in law and she loves It!!~! Thank you for sharing it was so easy to make!!~!~

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  40. This tutorial is super, really.. I loved your easy step-by-step video & pattern, no one can find PS difficult after watching this video, thanks!

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  41. This tutorial is super, really.. I loved your easy step-by-step video & pattern, no one can find PS difficult after watching this video, thanks! :)

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  42. Great pattern. I'd like to know how to make this for my 6 month old. Anyone figure out how to adjust?

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  43. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
    Love this stich!
    Cata

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  44. hye! could you give me the traductions ? in french please.it's beautifull but it's difficult in inglish! help me ! thanks

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  45. could you give me the traductions? it's beautifull but it's difficult in inglish. please, help me lol thanks

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    1. Stephanie, Google Chrome can interpret pretty much all the www into just about any language in the world. Try it! I love it! lol

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