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Monday, January 16, 2017

Dragonfly and Mosaic Dragonfly Graph Hat

Welcome to Week 1 of the New Year, New Skill CAL! This week is all about Tunisian and we have 4 featured patterns and designers. Choose one or more to make and learn or master Tunisian crochet!

My contribution to this event is my Dragonfly and Mosaic Dragonfly Graph Hat pattern (which can be worked in Tunisian crochet or single crochet).

(click on this image for more information about the #calcentralcrochet and the New Year, New Skill event)
Find the complete schedule and link to the Giveaway at the end of this post...

Now for the pattern!!!

Dragonfly and Mosaic Dragonfly Graph Hat

By using this pattern you agree to the Pattern Terms of Use set forth by Kaleidoscope Art&Gifts
This pattern is the intellectual property of Lisa Jelle/Kaleidoscope Art&Gifts. Rewriting, reselling, distributing, or copying this pattern as your own, and/or without my consent is prohibited. If you wish to sell finished items produced from this pattern, feel free to do so. However, I ask that you please credit me as the pattern designer and link back to me as follows:
Pattern by Lisa Jelle/Kaleidoscope Art&Gifts
Skill Level: Experienced Beginner 

Supplies: Size H/8 - 5.0MM Hook or Tunisian hook . Bobbins. Worsted weight yarn. Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.

Hat Gauge: 8 scs x 8 rows=2”x2” test swatch 

Sizing: Sack hat (as pattern is written) measures approx 17”-19” around. 

Notes: Stitch and row counts for larger size (19”-21”) in [ ] 


Ch 30 [33] (29 [32] for Tunisian) 

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across (29sts) [32] 

Rows 2-18 [22]: ch1, turn, sc across (note: you don’t ch1 or turn in Tunisian crochet) 

Row 19 [23]: ch1, begin graph (Start graph at bottom right hand corner, reading odd numbered rows from right to left, and even numbered rows from left to right) 

Row 49 [53]: ch1, turn, work LAST row of graph 

Rows 50-67 [54-75]: ch1, turn, sc across 


Fasten off. Bring Row 1 to Row 67 [75] (with wrong side out) and either sl st ends together OR cut yarn and whip stitch ends together (forming a tube), fasten off, choose hat style from below for the rest of instructions. 

SACK HAT: Flatten hat with back seam centered in back, reattach yarn at one corner and sc top opening closed, fasten off and weave in ends. 

SLOUCH BEANIE: (thanks to Kim from Not So Knotty for these slouch directions) After fastening off (with wrong side facing out), hdc dec in ends of rows all the way around (do not join), continue to hdc dec around till approx 8 sts remain, fasten off leaving a long tail, weave tail in and out of remaining stitches, pull tail to gather top, fasten off and weave in ends. Turn hat right side out. 


Produce JUST the graph (31 rows x 32 rows) and add to a pillow, messenger bag, blanket, wall hanging….the possibilities are endless! Have fun! 

I hope you enjoyed the Dragonfly Graph Hat pattern. You can find a printable PDF version of this pattern HERE on Cre8tion Crochet. Find my other designs HERE

New Year, New Skill CAL 2017

Be sure to visit and join the #calcentralcrochet group so you can get first notification of new patterns in this event! The other patterns for this week's Tunisian Crochet skill are as follows:

Have Fun!