Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a hunnie pot hat for a newborn baby or a large doll part 8/11.
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Okay, so as I was explaining I had to do a color change because I ran out of material. So this is our row number six that we’ve just finished and I have left off. This is where the crochet marker is. What I want you to do is take your hook now and looking closer at it. Look for the one, two, look for the third one back and just pull the string out.
It was easier to tell you do it this way than it was to explain all its count stitches. So what I want you to do now, we need to bring the spiral back into alignment because we do have a spiral. And you can really see that here. So what we need to do is bring it back into alignment. So the next, all the way to the crochet marker, we’re just going to slip stitch. So just you’re continuing at the back loops, sticking your material in and pull through, in, the next one pull through, next one. So you’ll do all four like that and pulling up the crochet marker and hold.
Now what you want to do is that we’re going to start changing the color of the brim. Now the brims here if you notice, see how the color is beautiful on the underside like that. What we need to do is we need to go around the material again but with the actual color of the brim before we actually create the fold because when you create the fold its permanent.
So what we need to do is change our colors, so I'm going to trim this one here about an inch and a half, two inches. And then I'm going to add black for the brim. Again the colors are just subjective to what you’re comfortable with. So just hold it around your hand just loop like a slipknot. So it’s a slipknot and what we’re going to just do is just grab it. Pull it snag, pulling it through and through.
So now what we want to do is that we want to go around to this thing again. But now, that we’ve brought it back into alignment. Do see how we brought it back into alignment there; we want to maintain that alignment because now we’re going to slip stitching every time we get all away around. So lets build it up by chaining two, so one and two.
In maintaining on the back loops only, grabbing both of the stragglers or through the loose ends. And what we’re going to do is do this; we’re going to half double crochet again using the back loops. And put these stragglers over top every time you go in and that’s going to trap that straggler in the position. So back loops make sure the stragglers are lying on top and so the stragglers will get trapped in there and you will not see a start or stop. Pull the stragglers.
So I will trap the straggle maybe about an inch, inch and a half into the line. And if you cut really too long then you can cut it to suit you. And you don’t really see it actually within this pattern. You can’t see that there, you’re mixing it in right. So that means it’s either the colors are really good mixing together or you’re just fabulous. So I think that I’ve got enough stragglers in there at this point. I’ve gotten all that way, so what I'm just going to do is take your scissors and you might as well cut the stragglers. Off and again you can do a better trim job once you get at the end of your project.
And so now you’re just going to continue like this all the way around. When you get to that very beginning again, you see how you build up there, you’re going to run back into that. You’re going to slip stitch that together and we’ll carry on with your next one so I'll meet you back. We’ll slip stitch together and then we’ll start your next round which will be the permanent fold.