Tender Reina Crochet Hat FREE Pattern

Tender Reina Crochet Hat FREE Pattern
by Kristin Omdahl

This is a very easy project - perfect for a beginner. You work the hat flat and seam it together at the end. One of my favorite textures in crochet hats is alternating rows of half double crochet and rows of single crochet, all worked in the back loop only. Both sides are beautiful and textured.

This is a one-ball project featuring Be So Tender Yarn, 100% organic cotton, #4 medium worsted weight. This hat works up super quick with a size H/8 (5mm) crochet hook. This is a great project for a beginner, or for last minute gifts!

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The instructions are for a woman's hat (20" circumference).

Follow the chart for modifying this pattern to fit newborn, toddler, child, adult woman and adult man sizes:

What you will need:
1 ball Be So Tender Yarn; 100% organic cotton; 140 yds (130m) per 3.5oz (100g); shown in color Raven
H/8 (5mm) crochet hook
Yarn needle

Gauge: 3.5 sts/2 rows = 1" in pattern (alternating rows of sc-tbl and hdc-tbl)

Finished size: 20" circumference, unstretched, by 9.5" tall

Special Stitch Instructions:
ESC (extended single crochet):
FSC (foundation single crochet):
sc-tbl (single crochet through back loop only):
hdc-tbl (half double crochet through back loop only):

NOTE: Hat is worked sideways.

Row 1: FSC 33. -- 33 sts

Row 2: ch2 (counts as hdc), 1hdc-tbl in ea st across. -- 33 sts

Row 3: ch1, sc-tbl in ea st across. -- 33 sts

Rows 4 - 40: Rep rows 2 - 3 twelve more times, then row 2 once more.

NOTE: Or if you are modifying the hat for other sizes, repeat rows 2 - 3 until desired length (which will be the hat circumference, ending on a row 2.

Fold in half, matching up first row and last row together. Working through both thicknesses, sc-tbl in last row and free loops of beg ch of first row together.

Turn work 90 degrees and working in end of rows, *sc2tog in every other end of row. (Each sc2tog stitch will cover 4 end of rows). Rep from * around. Fasten off, leaving long tail.

Weave tail through all sts on last row. Cinch together and secure.

Weave in loose ends. Hand wash, block to finished measurements and let dry.

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