Streamer Crochet Hat Teresa Richardson - with Brim by Bethintx1 - Elizabeth Ham


This is the streamer crochet hat  created by Teresa Richardson aka Crochet Geek, with a brim addition created by Elizabeth Ham aka Bethintx1 on YouTube
It makes a nice summer hat!


I have posted my set of written instructions at the bottom of this post. This external link is where you will find the crochet brim written instructions.  Both video tutorials are posted below.

The top hat section video is on my crochet channel Crochet Geek, and the brim video is on Bethintx1.  You will want to check out the other crochet tutorials that Bethintx1 - Elizabeth Ham has on her channel.

Streamer Summer Hat Brim




Streamer Crochet Hat







Streamer Crochet Hat

Written by Teresa Richardson




Crochet Geek 2 YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/crochet

Video Tutorial: Streamer Crochet Hat


Written Instructions: crochet brim written instructions
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate

Abbreviations
SP - Space
DC - Double Crochet
SK - Skip

Size I/5.5mm Crochet Hook

Increase - Double Crochet, CHain 1, Double Crochet, Chain 1, all in the same space

Round 1: CH 4, *DC through the loop, CH 1, repeat 9 times total from *. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (10 Double Crochet Chain 1 total)

Round 2: Attach contrasting color of yarn, CH 1, 2 SC in the previous CH space. CH 1, Skip over the double crochet, *work 2 SC in the next CH 1 SP, CH 1. Continue from * working in each CH 1 space. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (20 Single Crochet Total with 10 Chain 1 between each set of 2)

Round 3: CH 4, DC in the same Stitch(this is the first increase stitch), CH 1, DC, CH 1 in the next Stitch. *Double Crochet, Chain 1, Double Crochet, Chain 1 in the next stitch for the increase, work an individual Double Crochet, Chain 1 in the next stitch. Continue around from *. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. There will be 5 increases and 5 individual stitches worked. (15 Double Crochet, Chain 1 total) There will be 5 increases done on this round.

Round 4: Attach contrasting color of yarn, CH 1, 2 SC in the previous CH space. CH 1, Skip over the double crochet, *work 2 SC in the next CH 1 SP, CH 1. Continue from * working in each CH 1 space. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (30 Single Crochet Total with 15Chain 1 between each set of 2)

Round 5: CH 4, DC in the next stitch, CH 1. DC, CH 1, DC, CH 1 in the next stitch for the first increase. *Work an individual DC, CH1 in each of the next 2 stitches, Work an increase of DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next individual stitch. Continue around from *, slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (20 Double Crochet, Chain 1 total) The increases are staggered on this round and worked in the stitches on the previous round that were not increases. (20 Double Crochet, Chain 1 total) There will be 5 increases done on this round.

Round 6: Attach contrasting color of yarn, CH 1, 2 SC in the previous CH space. CH 1, Skip over the double crochet, *work 2 SC in the next CH 1 SP, CH 1. Continue from * working in each CH 1 space. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (40 Single Crochet Total with 20 Chain 1 between each set of 2)

Round 7: Chain 4, DC, CH 1 in the same stitch(increase), work DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), work an individual DC, CH 1 in each of the next 2 stitches. *DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), work an individual DC, CH 1 in each of the next 2 stitches. Continue around from *, Join with a slip stitch in the beginning chain 3. (30 Double Crochet, Chain 1 total) There will be 10 increases done on this round.

Round 8: Attach contrasting color of yarn, CH 1, 2 SC in the previous CH space. CH 1, Skip over the double crochet, *work 2 SC in the next CH 1 SP, CH 1. Continue from * working in each CH 1 space. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (60 Single Crochet Total with 30 Chain 1 between each set of 2)

Round 9: Chain 4, work an individual DC, CH 1 in each of the next 3 stitches, DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), * Work 1 DC, CH 1 in each of the next 4, DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), DC, CH1, DC, CH1 in the next stitch(increase), continue around from *, join with a slip stitch in the beginning chain 3. (40 Double Crochet, Chain 1 total) There will be 10 increases done on this round.

Round 10: Attach contrasting color of yarn, CH 1, 1 SC in the previous CH space. CH 1, Skip over the double crochet, *work 1 SC in the next CH 1 SP, CH 1. Continue from * working in each CH 1 space. Slip stitch to join with the beginning chain 3. (40 Single Crochet Total with 40 Chain 1 between each single crochet)

Round 11: CH 4, *DC, CH 1, continue around from * to the beginning. Slip stitch to join the round with the beginning chain 3. (40 Double Crochet, Chain 1 total)

Continue with rounds 10 and 11 for the length of the hat.


Comments

  1. Looks really good. I always like the word done by @CrochetGeek and your modification with the brim is definitely a nice touch.

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  2. HOLA TERESA, QUE BUENOS TUTORIALES, PARA TODOS AQUELLOS QUE NOS GUSTA EL CROCHET. CON PERSONAS ASI, QUE COMPARTE TODO, LAS COSAS SON MAS FACILES. BESOS.

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  3. I don't see a hook or yarn size on this description, though Bethinx's brim says G for the hook. How important is that? I might like to make this.

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  4. capplor - 5.5mm crochet hook 4 ply yarn

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  5. This has nothing to do with this hat, but I have a question about your blog layout.

    Would it be possible for you to put labels on your posts so that it is easy to find patterns for hat, animals, purses, etc by just clicking the category?

    I'm sure it would take some time doing any past ones, but I would love an easier way to find patterns on here. I recommended my friends to come to this site, since it has the best instruction I have seen from searching online. Thanks for what you do.

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  6. I am going to try this after finishing my current project. Looks great for a brimmed hat for summer...

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  7. Anna,
    I have removed all the old labels and put in new labels. I will be adding more.

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  8. Hi. I took the beanie I was working on and added the brim to it it is so cute. Thanks. I have done a lot of your hats. Love the tutorial. Get it done so much faster this way. Since its a childs i didn't do 12 rounds only 10.

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