Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a vintage baby hat part 8/10.
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Okay so what we want to do now is only chain up two, we’re going to half double crochet into every stitch that you see. And remember how to half double crochet, so going into the next stitch available, pulling it through, now you have three on there, pull through all three at the same time
Okay going in to the next one, next stitch that’s available is just right there, pull through all three. Next pull through, pull through all three, next pull through, pull through all three, so wrap, push in, pull through, pull through all three. So now we’re going to go all the around with the half double crochet. So we only have one more line to go and that would actually be the red line that you see on the sample behind, but in this particular one, I’m going to show you what it looks like if you just keep it going the same color, if you don’t feel like changing the color or you’re making it for a child that you don’t know what the sex is or you don’t want the child to be forced to wear red just because it’s a girl or pink or whatever.
This color that I’m using is called antique white and if you compare it to the actual white piece of paper you can see the difference and it’s more creamier in color which I like using a lot better, that’s more elegant and more well-made. So we’re going all the way around and at the very end of this you’re going to slip stitching, and the next stitch is, the next line is kind of fun because now you’re going to be single stitching and you’re going to be putting gaps and so give it a little bit of a ruffle, but we’re not single stitching on every stitch because if you notice its kind of jumping in twos and I guess I shouldn’t pay attention to that yet, but you could see how its just two only, that just kind of gets a little bit of variation.
Okay so we’re almost at the end and we’re going to slip stitch, so it’s the last one and now we’re going to slip stitch it so just stick it in, so this pulls it together pulling through that one in there. So now we’re on our last line and actually in fact this is not to too big either. So let’s do our last line and if you want ed to change your color, this is where you do it.