Use this FREE crochet pattern to create this Berry Ribbed Hat & Scarf. Camel stitch is used here to create this interesting design – perfect for staying cosy during the colder months.
Project by Anna Hooker
Tools & materials
Hat: 1 ball in Mixed Berry 17024
Scarf: 2 balls in Mixed Berry 17024
About the yarn
Aran; 350m per 200g ball; 80% acrylic, 20% wool
10 sts x 11 rows = 10 cm over 3 row stitch pattern
Hat: 46cm circumference x 32cm height
Scarf: 22cm x 185cm (without fringe) 235cm (with fringe)
Camel stitch: Yrh, insert hook into horizontal bar, yrh, pul, yrh, draw through all 3 loops on hook. The horizontal bar is the loop underneath the top two loops (commonly referred to as the front loop and back loop)
Foundation half treble (fhtr): Chain 2, starting in 2nd ch from hook, *yrh, insert hook into chain, yrh, pul, yrh, draw through one loop (chain made), yrh, draw through all 3 loops on hook (htr made); rep from * for number of sts needed
To ensure the bobble is attached securely, leave a long tail and sew it to the hat by running the darning needle through the middle of the bobble each time
Using a foundation row creates more stretch and keeps the tension along your top and bottom rows more even.
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