Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a Peppermint Twist baby hat part 2/15.
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How to Crochet a Peppermint Twist Baby Hat Part 2/15
When working on my tutorials there's a few things that you need to be watching for and these are particular hats we don’t have a name for. We have the users actually creating a name so I don’t know what to call it yet but when you're doing this hat, this hat actually in the section here is actually just one piece and the way that we crochet it, it ends up being a piece of fabric or a piece of a material that ends up being a diamond shape going often to one direction. The whole point in doing that is that when you actually go to turn it so this for example would then be the edge. So this is like the headband area here.
So this would actually be the headband line here and this here would be the top and here would be the actual sides where you’re going to be pulling this material off and you’re going to actually like for example let me show you. So once you have your material done, you’re going to have it look like that and what you’re going to do is you’re going to rotate it like so and you’re going to start affixing the bottom edge all the way around.
So you end up with hat that looks like a tube. So when we go to fix it up at the top then what we need to do is do draw string along the top and pull it together to create the effect that you see right there. So you got that. So now what you have to look for is that when you have, this is an example of one line. These are all the same lines and the thing that we need to do in order to get the material to go at an angle because you cannot see this angle in the first like five or six lines so really it’s kind of difficult to see what your worries can happen. I had a hard time understanding that myself in the very beginning.
So just like this, you’re going to have your line so you’re going to be crocheting and crocheting and crocheting right and so you have to create the angle going up. So at the very last two stitches you’re going to join those stitches together so that end will be together. So when you go up to the next one so we knot that together so this two and what will happen is that causes the material to pull in where just the angle going up. And then when you go back to the other side what you got to do when you come back at the very last you can now put your stitch in just like so and you’re going to add another stitch.
So on the one side of the material on this side going that way because of the lean you’re always adding stitches. You’re always adding an extra one stitch at the very end just like so and on this side of the material you’ll all be subtracting and the way to subtract is by making two stitches at the end one and that’s not the problem we could show you how to do that and so we come to the brim now and the brim is what I've decided I used this kind of concept when I did the handles.
So you have your circle. There are no stitches for you to actually figure out where stitches going to go. So what you’re going to do is you’re just going to look at your brim and closely put two stitches into every section you put it in. So you're just going to have to look and see where you can find the hole but actually make sense to the pattern as well and then every time you see a hole like I’ll show you in the demonstration but you’re always going to put two into it.
So when you come back around, you’re going to slop stitch come back up and we come back around what you’re going to do is you’re going add another two to every single one of this. So you got one, two, so on this line we have so far six, we're going to add two to every single stitch. So just in this six alone, it’s going to multiply in the 12 as we go around. So we not what starting to create the ruffling effect and as we come around again you’re going to slip stitch and then for every one stitch that you see you’re going to add another two stitches.
So the natural effect, you we're going to be multiplying this thing again by double going all they way around by putting two stitches to everyone. Now again we’ll do the demonstration, I’m showing you how to do that but that’s how it can the holders are going to not until this is done that’s how you really get a really good ruffling effect and if you want even more severe ruffles and if you want it to go around, I will only want to round three times on this thing and if you want more than that so when you come back around right add another two and that’s because the material definitely nowhere to go because you’re creating so much interior in between stitch that it has to ruffle and that’s how you do it. So hopefully that’s a great experience for you, and let’s get all on to the tutorial.