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Sunday, August 5, 2007

Pattern: Ozark Roll Brim Hat

MATERIALS:
2 skeins Ozark Handspun
1 skein Rio del la Plata handspun
1 US size N crochet hook
1 US size H crochet hook

DIRECTIONS:
Using double strand of Rio de la Plata handspun, chain 3, slip stitch together to form ring. Chain 2, single crochet 10 times into ring. Slip stitch together.
Row 2: Add Ozark Handspun, letting other yarn hang. Single crochet, increasing every other stitch with Ozark Handspun. Slip stitch together. Let Ozark Handspun hang.
Row 3: Picking up Rio de la Plata and carrying along loosely, chain 2 and single crochet for next row increasing every 4th stitch. Slip stitch together. Drop Rio de la Plata.
Row 4: With Ozark Handspun carried loosely along the back, chain 1, single crochet, increasing as needed for piece to lie flat. Slip stitch together.
Row 5: With Rio le la Plata, chain 2, single crochet row, increasing randomly throughout row as needed to keep piece flat. Slip stitch together.
Row 6: With Ozark Handspun, chain 1, single crochet evenly around row. Slip stitch together.
Row 7: With Rio le la Plata, chain 2, single crochet around row evenly. Slip stitch together.
Rows 8-14: Alternating yarns each row, continue single crochet evenly, ending with a Rio de la plata row.
ROLL BRIM: Using Ozark Handspun, single crochet, increasing every 3rd stitch. Slip stitch together.
Row 2: Chain 2, double crochet evenly for 1 row. Slip stitch together.
Row 3: Chain 1, single crochet, decreasing every 3rd stitch. Slip stitch together. Fasten off, bury ends.
DRAWSTRING: Using single strand of Rio le la Plata and US size G crochet hook, make chain measuring about 32". Weave through hat where crown and brim meet. Adjust fit.
designed by Janice Rosema for Ozark Handspun, May 2007
Printing Instructions: To print click Ozark Roll Brim Hat.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Janice Rosema said...

Because of personal and professional differences, I am no longer associated with this company. If you have questions about my patterns, contact me directly. Thank you.

February 1, 2010 at 2:54:00 PM CST  

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