Monday, September 12, 2005

Flurry Cap





Flurry Cap

Materials:

Patons Katrina ~Color used in example is Limon
Yarn Bee Italia ~ Color used in example is Genoan*
I hook
Scissors
yarn needle

* any fuzzy yarn can be used, polarspun or yarn bee frosting. Fun fur and eyelash will need more stitches to obtain a fuller look.

Worked in the round, do not turn.

Chain 4, slip stitch to form ring

Round 1~

Chain 3 (counts as first dc) 13 dc in ring (14 dcs made)

Round 2~

slip stitch in chain 3 of first dc of round 1, chain 4 fisrt dc plus one), dc in same stitch (one v-stitch made) 1 Dc, chain 1,1 dc in each stitch around (14 v-stitches made)
slip stitch to 3rd chain of fist dc

Round 3~

Slip stitch in first chain space, chain 4, 1 dc (first v-stitch of round 3), 1 dc, chain 1, 1 dc in each chain one space around, slip stitch to first dc, (14 v-stitches made)

Round 4~

Slip stitch in first chain 1 space, chain 3 ( first dc) 2 dc in same chain one space, skip next stitch, going under next stitch sc (between the two v-stitches), 3 dc in next chain one space, skip next stitch, go under next stitch, sc 13 times, slip stitch in top of first dc of first v-stitch, ( 14 shells, 14 sc made)

Round 5~

slip stitch in first and second dc, sc in same second dc, chain 3, sc in 2nd dc of next shell, chain 3, around slip stitch in first sc ( 14 sc)

Round 6~

slip stitch in first chain 5 space, chain 2 (counts as first hdc), 3 dc, 1 hdc in same chain space (first shell made), 1hdc 3dc 1 hdc in next chain space, around, slip stitch to first sc, (14 shells made)

Round 7~

Slip stitch in top chain of first hdc and in next 2 dc, sc in same stitch as last slip stitch, chain 5, sc in second dc of next shell, around, slip stitch in first sc, (14 scs made)

Round 8~

Slip stitch in first chain space, chain 2 (counts as first hdc), 3 dc, 1 hdc in same space, 1 hdc 3 dc 1 hdc (shell made) in next chain space around, slip stitch in sc before first hdc ( 14 shells made)

Round 9~

slip stitch in second chain of first hdc and in next 2 dc, sc in last stitch slip stitched in, chain 5, sc in second dc of next shell chain 5 around, slip stitch in first sc (14 scs made)

Round 10~

Slip stitch in first chain space, chain 2 (counts as first hdc), 3 dc, 1 hdc in same chain space, 1 hdc 3 dc 1 hdc (shell made) in next chain space around, sc in sc before first shell (14 shells made)

Round 11~

Slip stitch in top of first hdc and in next 2 dc, sc in same dc, chain 5, sc in 2nd dc of next shell around, slip stitch in first sc, (14 scs made)

Round 12~

Slip stitch in first chain space, chain 2 (counts as first hdc), 3 dc, 1 hdc in same space, 1hdc 3dc 1hdc (first shell made) in next chain space around, slip stitch in stitch before shell ( 14 shells made)

Round 13~

Slip stitch in top of first hdc, slip stitch in next 2 dc, sc in same stitch as last slip stitch was made, chain 6, sc in 2nd dc of shell, chain 6 around, slip stitch in first sc (14 scs made)

Round 14~

Slip stitch in first chain space, chain 2 (counts as first hdc), 5dc, 1hdc (first shell made), 1hdc 5dc 1hd in next chain space around, slip stitch in stitch before first shell (14 shells made)

round 15~

slip stitch in top of first hdc, slip stitch in next 3 dc, sc in same stitch as last slip stitch, chain 5, sc in 3rd dc of next shell, around slip stitch to first sc (14 scs made)

Trim~

With italia

slip stitch in any chain 5 space, chain 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same space, 4 dc in next chain space, around, slip stitch in top of first dc, finish off.

Weave in loose ends.


Please note this hasn't been tested, so likely there are mistakes. Please let me know so I can fix it.

2 Comments:

Blogger DebbyinLV said...

Love your hat. It's almost the
same pattern as the ponchos I'm making for my nieces. Is Patons
Katrina like a worsted weight yarn
or is it more like a sport weight?

11:58 AM  
Blogger CraftyCritter said...

Hi Debby sorry I wasnt notified there was a post so I never made it over! Katrina is a ww yarn with an elastic-y stretch to it. I got mine at Hobby Lobby for about $7.00. Hope this helps! Thanks for stopping by!

8:45 PM  

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