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Crochet Hat Holder | Free Pattern

This crochet hat holder is inspired by macrame style. I turned this piece into a crochet pattern using the Alpine Stitch which gives me a boho vibe decor look. It makes a beautiful touch to your wall decor and also a perfect gift idea. This project is easy and fast.


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Materials:

Cotton Yarn - I use 24/7 Cotton from LionBrand Yarn. Amber Colour, 3.5oz (100g) / 186yd (170m)

Hook - 5mm / H-8

Wooden Ring - 2.5” (7cm) diametral

Scissors, Yarn Needle


Gauge:

14sts x 12rows = 4” x 4” (10cm x 10cm)


Dimensions:

length - 23” / 58cm (without the wooden ring)

width - 6” / 15cm



NOTES:

1. You always make ch 1 after DC row. Ch 1 is only a turning ch.

2. You always make ch 2 after SC row. Ch 2 counts as a first stitch of the next row.


Abbreviations:

Ch - chain

FDC - foundation double crochet

DC - double crochet

FPDC - front post double crochet

St - stitch



Directions:

Ch 21


ROW 1 - Into the 3rd ch from the hook make DC, then DC in each chain until the end of the row. Ch 1.

Turn (continue with ROW 2)


OR


20 FDC - counts as a first row (if you’d like to learn how to foundation double crochet, feel free to visit this link where I explain how to do so).



ROW 2 - SC in every stitch until the end of the row. Ch 1. Turn. (total 20 sts)

ROW 3 - You make your first FPDC around the 2nd DC from the previous row (pull up the loop a little bit more to make your row even).



Into the next SC st from the previous row you make a regular DC. Next st FPDC around the next DC from the previous row. Now you alternate regular DC into the SC st from the previous row and FPDC around the DC from the previous row.


Your last DC should be FPDC around the last DC from the previous row. Ch 1. Turn. (total 20 sts)



ROW 4 - SC in every stitch until the end of the row. Ch 2. Turn. (total 20 sts)


ROW 5 - Into the 2nd st make a regular DC into the SC st from the previous row. Then around the next regular DC from the previous row make FPDC. You keep alternating regular DC and FPDC until the end of the row. Your last DC should be a regular DC into the last st. Ch 1. Turn. (20 sts in total)



ROW 6 - SC in every stitch until the end of the row. (20 sts in total)


ROW 7 TO ROW ROW 13 - Repeat from ROW 3 to ROW 5 (your last row is in DC and FPDC). (20 sts total)


LS ROW 14 - From now you will be working your left side (LS) of your hat holder.

SC in each st for 10 sts only (in total 10 SC). Ch 2. Turn.



LS ROW 15 - ROW 50 - Repeat from ROW 3 to ROW 6 (Your last row is in SC. Secure the LS and leave a tail).


Now you go back to your ROW 14 and starting to make your right side (RS) of your hat holder.

RS ROW 14 - You join your yarn into the next st right next to your LS 14 row (facing a wrong side of the project) and finish the row in SC. You should have 10 SC in total.




RS ROW 15 to ROW 50 - Repeat from ROW 3 to ROW 6 (your last row is in SC). Ch2. Turn.


ROW 51 - In this row you join your RS and LS together with FPDC and DC row.

You start your FPDC around the first regular DC from the prevoius row. The last stitch of the RS should be FPDC, then you continue with your regular DC into your first st of the LS and then keep alternating FPDC and regular DC until the end of the row. Ch 1. Turn. (20 sts in total)


ROW 52 - SC in every stitch. Ch 2. Turn. (20 sts in total)



ROW 53 - Regular DC into the 2nd st, FPDC into the next st. Keep alternating until the end of the row. Ch 1. Turn. (20 sts in total)


ROW 54 - SC in every stitch. Ch 2. Turn. (20 sts in total)


ROW 55 - FPDC around the first regular DC from the previous row. Then regular DC into the next SC st from the previous row. Keep alternating until the end of the row. Ch1. Turn. (20 sts)



ROW 56 - From this row you start decreasing in every SC row. SC2tog at the first two sts and

SC2tog in the last two sts of the row. Ch 2. Turn. (you decreased about 2 sts = 18 sts in total)


ROW 57 - FPDC around the first regular DC from the previous row (technically it’s the 3rd DC from the previous row, it’s because we decreased the fist two sts into one of the SC row), then regular DC. You repeat it untilt the end of the row. Your last st is FPDC around the last regular DC from the previous row. Ch 1. Turn




ROW 58 - SC2tog, SC in every stitch, in the last two sts SC2tog, ch 2, turn. (16 sts in total)


ROW 59 - Repeat Row 57


ROW 60 - Repeat Row 58 (14 sts in total)


ROW 61 - Repeat Row 57


ROW 62 - Repeat Row 58 (12 sts in total)



ROW 63 - Repeat Row 57


ROW 64 - Repeat Row 58 (10 sts in total). Secure the hat holder after your last st and leave a tail 8x long of the length of the last row. With this tail you will attach your wood ring.


How to attach a wooden ring

With your yarn needle you will sew the ring together. Align your wooden ring with your last row and insert your yarn needle to the first stitch around the ring from the back of the project to the front. Insert your yarn needle through one stitch twice. When you are at the end, secure it and weave in the end.



Don’t forget to weave in the other tails of your project.



This pattern and all images associated with this pattern cannot be sold or claimed as your own.


You are allowed to sell finished Hat Hanger. Feel Free to mention me for creating this pattern, it would make my day and I can share your finished project on my social media if you allow:)







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