Got out the chunky yarn and crochet hooks this weekend. Whipped up this quick little guy.
I didn’t write a pattern down, but can if there is interest!
A few moths ago, I remember seeing this stitch – I think it was used in a hat or a scarf. It’s worked similar to a shell stitch except you do this weird, yarn-over/wrap around thing that covered the top parts of stitches.
If ever there is a pattern, a video will be accompanying it, ha, don’t worry.
- 1 skein Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick
- Size K crochet hook
Hat is worked from the bottom up. I started with a brim of 6 HDC in back-loops only short rows. Then I crocheted 4 rounds (yes, only 4!) in the shell wrap-around stitch, decreasing in certain intervals.
The hat crochets up quickly. Would also look cute with a pop up-top. I like how the variegated yarn looks in the tall, swoopy shell wrap-around stitches.