Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a hunnie pot hat for a newborn baby or a large doll part 1/11.
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To start, we need to take your string. We are using a four-ply bernat or Redheart wool wool, we are using a size G or 4.5 millimeter hook. We are going to wrap it around your finger twice, okay, taking the back over the forward, taking the back again and pushing up to create your slipknot and stick your hook in and pull snug, not tight but snug.
We are now going to chain six. So, this already counts as little first chain so this is number two. So, grabbing your material and pulling it through, so this is number three, four, five, and six. Now, this will be the center ring of the top of the hat that you see in the background. Okay, so we are working from the top or from your way back.
So, to create that ring, we have to then grab the first part of the chain, so the first one sticking your needle in okay, grabbing your material and pulling it through and through here. Now, I just naturally did it but I put my nasty finger on my thumb where before I fixed it together because I wanted to know where that center point is because we are going to have to use that. So, using your finger so this will be the first point and let us move on to your second, I am not going to stop the video, let us keep going.
So, we are going to work with half double crochet. So, let us chain up two, so one and two, okay. Now, this chain of two counts as one half double crochet, so we are actually going to be doing 12 all the way around but this counts as one so that is already one. So, the next one is then two. Just going into the center where the nasty finger is where we have been holding it apart, just going right into the center of the ring, grabbing your material and pulling it through and a half double crochet, we are just going to pull through all three loops.
Let us try that again, so grabbing your material, going into the center of the ring, grabbing your material again, pulling it through so you have three on your hook. Grabbing the material and pulling it through all three, so grab your material going into the ring, grabbing the material pulling it through, now go through all three. And you want to keep doing this 11 times completely because the first chain of two counted as one, so it’s not hearing me count anymore. I cannot count when I am trying to tell you what I need to do but just based on experience, I can get probably like 10 or 11 just eyeing this out.
And what I am doing is see this straggler, what we want to do is when we stick our hook into the ring, we want to leave that straggler on the top just like so and then grabbing a string and pulling it through. Now, what is happening is that straggler is getting caught and we want it to get caught so you do not see where that is. And then eventually when you have enough of that in, you are just going to actually just trim it and you will never see the starting point of your material. So, let us give this thing a count, so you got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. So, I got two more to go, one and two. And we are not going to slipstitch out for this particular project, it depends on the top half of this hat, we will toward the brim but we are not going to do at the top. We want the whole thing all the way around to be completely seamless and now that was a bad example because I am showing a seam tare but we are going to do it so that it appears like this all the way around. So, let us stop here and cut your straggler at this point and I am also get ridding of that out of the way and let us go on to your second video.