This pattern is easy to scale up or down for adults or tinier tots by working in a different weight yarn (aran or 4 ply) as well as altering hook size. After crocheting for a while, you soon get to know whether you're a loose 'hooker' or a slightly more snug one!! Please feel free to let me know any comments, errors (ahem, I hope not) or feedback as I would love to know what you think.
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Little Star Hat
Double knitting yarn approx. 150m - 200m
5mm hook (or size needed for gauge)
Approx circumference Smaller size 46 cm (18 inch)
Larger size 50 cm (19.5 inch)
UK crochet terms used
Based on a star design set into a granny pentagon, this cute hat is sure to make your little one dazzle. Worked in either one colour or switch to a contrasting or complimentary shade for round 3 to make the star really pop, or crochet rounds 1-3 in an alternative colour and make this hat your own.
Love the pattern but want to change the size? Then try a smaller hook and 4 ply yarn for a smaller fit or go up up and away to a larger hook and aran/worsted yarn for teen/adult sizes. Also, the depth of the hat can be increased by extending the straight rows between 7-13 (8-15), or adding extra half treble rows to the brim.
Ch 4, join with sl st to form a ring
Round 1(rs): ch 3 (counts as tr here and throughout) 14 tr in ring - 15 sts
Round 2: (ws): ch 7 , *dc in 2nd ch from hook, htr in next ch, tr in next 2 ch, 2 dtr in last 2 ch, sl st to 3rd ch tr of circle, rep 5 times, sl st to base of first arm of star, turn
Round 3: ch1, dc in this st and each st to end of star arm, 3 dc in point of star, swivel and work dc in bottom arm of star, dc in bottom of ‘valley’ between star arms, * rep to end, sl st to first dc to join, turn
Round 4: ch 6 (counts as dtr, ch2 ), htr in 4th dc from hook, *ch2, 3 dc into top of point, ch 2, miss 1 dc, htr in next st, ch 2 **, miss next 3 dc, dtr in st at base of ‘valley’, ch 2, miss 3 dc, htr in next st, rep from * 4 more times ending at **, ch 2, sl st in 4th ch to join, turn - 66 sts
Round 5: ch 3, tr in same st, ch 1, *2 tr in htr, ch 1, (2 tr in middle dc at top of point, ch 1) twice [corner made], 2 tr in htr, ch 1 **, 2 tr in dtr, ch 1, rep from * to end 4 more times, ending at **, sl st to join, turn - 15 tr-2 groups + 5 corner groups
Round 6: ch 3, tr in each ch-1 sp, tr in each tr, rep to end, sl st in beg ch 3 to join - 75 sts
Round 7 -13: ch 3, tr in each st to end, join with sl st in beg ch 3, turn
Round 14: ch 3, tr in next st, *ch 1, miss next st, tr in next 2 sts,* ch 1, rep to end, ch 1, sl st in beg ch 3 turn
Round 15: ch 2, htr in same st, * htr in ch-1 sp, htr in next 2 sts, miss next ch-1 sp, htr in next 2 st* , rep to end, sl st to join, turn - 64 sts
Round 16-18 : ch 2, htr in same st, htr in each st to end, sl st to join.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Round 6: ch 3, tr in ch-1 sp, ch 1, 2 tr in next ch-1 sp, *ch1, (2 tr, ch 1, 2 tr) in next ch-1 sp [corner],**ch 1, (2 tr in next ch-1 sp) 4 times, rep a total of 4 times, ending at ** , then ch 1, 2 tr in next 2 ch-1 sp, ch 1, join, turn - 20 tr 2 groups + 5 corner groups
Round 7: ch 3, tr in each ch-1 sp, tr in each tr, rep to end, sl st in beg ch 3 to join - 89 sts
Round 8- 14 : ch3, tr in each st to end, join with sl st in beg ch 3, turn
Round 15: ch 3, tr in next st, *ch 1, miss next st, tr in next 2 sts,* ch 1, rep to end, ch 1, sl st in beg ch 3 turn
Round 16: ch 2, htr in same st, miss next ch-1 sp, *htr in next 2 sts, miss next ch-1 sp, htr in next 2 st* , rep to end, sl st to join, turn
Round 17 – 19: ch 2, htr in same st, htr in each st to end, sl st to join.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
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