Timeless Super Chunky Crochet Hat and Chunky Pompom with Jane Czaja
Classes with Jane Czaja • Educational, G, 11-Mar-2022
Jane follows on from her crochet mitten project with a hat to match. To crochet, she uses rows of half treble and double crochet, super chunky yarn and a size 8 hook. She demonstrates how to change stitch mid row and loves to use a stitch marker. If you need the hat to be smaller Jane suggests using a size 7 hook. Conversely, if you need it larger, then move up to a size 9.
To draw the hat together, Jane explains the method and demonstrates working into alternate stitches to produce a neat finish.
You can learn a simple hand method of making a tufty/pom-pom as well as tips on making it fuller to complete the look of the hat.
Jane describes how the techniques used for the hat can be utilised with the corner to corner method used in the rainbow scarf and you can enjoy a workshop on this by clicking here.
There is an instant download of the pattern available our shop where you can also find all of Jane’s crochet patterns.
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