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Pom Pom Ear Flap Hat

Ribbed Mesh Toque

The Warmest Camouflage Tights













Pom Pom Ear Flap Hat

Cute Winter Hat!  I sold these in my recent craft fair.

Size
fits young adult-adult.  Stretches to fit.

Yarn
Red Heart Shimmer Worsted 3.5 oz approx. 140 yards

Hook
5.0mm  (H)

Gauge
4dc = 1 inch







Hat

Rnd 1:  ch3, 10dc in first ch.  join to first dc.  Do not turn.
Rnd 2:  2dc in each dc.  Do not turn.  (20dc)
Rnd 3:  2 dc in first dc, 1dc in next dc, *2dc in next dc, 1 dc in next dc* around.  Do not turn.  (30dc)
Rnd 4:  2dc in first dc, dc in next 2 dc, *2dc in next dc, 1dc in next dc* around.  Do not turn.  (45dc)
Rnd 5:  2dc in first dc, dc in next 2 dc* around.  Do not turn. (60dc)
Rnd 6:  *dc in next 9 dc, 2dc in next dc* around.  Do not turn.  (66dc)
Rnd 7-14:  dc in each dc around
Do not fasten off.


First earflap

Rnd 1:  working in same direction, hdc in next 16 dc. ch1. Turn.
Rnd 2:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 12 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn.  (14hdc)
Rnd 3:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 10 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (12hdc)
Rnd 4:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 8 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (10hdc)
Rnd 5:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 6 hdc, 2 hdc tog.  Turn  (8hdc)
Rnd 6:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 4 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (6hdc)
Rnd 7:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 2 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (4hdc)
Rnd 8:  2hdc tog twice.  (2hdc)
Rnd 9:  2hdc tog.
Fasten off.


Second earflap

skip next 20 hdc, attach yarn with 1sc, hdc in same stitch.

Rnd 1:  working in same direction, hdc in next 16 dc. ch1. Turn.
Rnd 2:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 12 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn.  (14hdc)
Rnd 3:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 10 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (12hdc)
Rnd 4:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 8 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (10hdc)
Rnd 5:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 6 hdc, 2 hdc tog.  Turn  (8hdc)
Rnd 6:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 4 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (6hdc)
Rnd 7:  2hdc tog, hdc in next 2 hdc, 2hdc tog.  Turn  (4hdc)
Rnd 8:  2hdc tog twice.  (2hdc)
Rnd 9:  2hdc tog.
Fasten off.


Edging

ch 25
Facing front of hat on right side,  attach to tip of ear flap with a sl stitch.  (back of hat is where the joining seam is)
Loosely sl st all of the way around back of hat to tip of next earflap.
Ch 25, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 24 sc.
Ch 15, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 14 sc.
Working across front of hat, loosely sl st around to tip of other earflap.
Ch 15, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 14 sc.
Sl st in each of beginning 25 sc.
Fasten off.


Pom Poms (make 4)

Everyone has a different way of doing this.  You can make them like this.  Or...This is how I do it.

Cut approx. 10 inches of yearn.  This is used to tie off the pom pom.  Set aside.

Take yarn and wrap around your index ad middle fingers approx 50 times.  Try to keep a slight gap between your fingers.

Push crochet hook through the gap between your fingers and pull through half of the 10 inch piece of yarn you previously cut.

Tie the 10 inch piece of yarn around the center of the bundle of wrapped yarn.  Tie tightly.  (I hold the bundle of yarn between my knees to hold tight while I tie it!)  

You should have what resembles a bow.

Now cut the ends all of the way around.  Do not cut the strands from the 10 inch strand of yarn you used to tie off!  Trim your pom pom by cutting the ends until they are even.


Tie Pom Poms Onto Hat

With crochet hook, pull one side of the 10 inch piece of yarn through the end of ear flap strand. Tie it to the other side of the 10 inch piece of yarn.  Trim off.

Do this for all four pom poms.

The end.

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Ribbed Mesh Toque

A fashionable hat that can be worn all year round.  I also made and sold these in my recent craft fair.

Size:  Young adult-adult

Hook:  4.0mm (G) (Use larger hook to make larger hat)

Yarn:  Red Heart Shimmer Worsted 3.5 oz (approx. 140 yds)

Guage: dc-ch1 dc-ch1=1 inch











Ch 6, join to first ch to form a loop

Rnd 1:  ch3, (counts as 1dc and ch1), *dc- ch1* inside hoop 10 times.  Sl st to 2nd ch of beginning ch3.  Do not turn.

Rnd 2:  ch3, *dc- ch1, dc- ch1 in next ch1 sp* Repeat all way around. Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3.  Do not turn.  (20 dc)

Rnd 3:  ch3, *dc- ch1 in next 2 ch1 sps, dc- ch1, dc- ch1 in next ch1 sp* repeat 5 times, dc- ch1 in last 2 ch1 sps.  Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3.  Do not turn.  (26dc)

Rnd 4:  ch3, *dc- ch1* in each ch1 sp around.  Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3.  Do not turn.  (26 dc)

Rnd 5:  ch3, *dc- ch1 in next 2 ch1 sps, dc- ch1, dc- ch1 in next ch1 sp* repeat 7 times.  dc- ch1 in last 2 ch1 sps.  Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3  Do not turn. (34 dc)

Rnd 6:  ch3, *dc- ch1* in each ch1 sp around.  Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3  Do not turn.(34 dc)

Rnd 7:  ch3, *dc- ch1, dc- ch1 in next ch1 sp.  dc- ch1 in next 4 ch1 sps* repeat 6 times.  dc- ch1, dc- ch1 in next ch1 sp.  dc- ch1 in last 3 ch1 sps.  Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3  Do not turn.(41 dc)

Rnd 8:  ch3, *dc- ch1 in next 9 ch1 sps.  dc- ch1, dc- ch1 in next xh1 sp.* Repeat 3 times.  dc- ch1 in last ch1 sp.  Sl st to 2nd ch of ch3. Do not turn. (45 dc)

Rnd 9-16:  ch3, dc- ch1, in each ch1 sp around.  (45 dc)
Do not fasten off.

Ribbing
ch5, turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook.  sc in next 4 ch, sl st in next 3sc on bottom rim of hat.
Note:  Turn hat so that you can work in the 4sc on the ch.  From here on around the bottom rim of the hat, you will work up 4sc, then down 4sc, then sl st in next 3 sts on the rim of hat.
Sc in bl of next 4sc, ch1, turn.  Continue until the ribbing meets.
Sl st last 4sc through bl of beginning 4sc.
Fasten off.

Flower (Optional)
Hook: 5.0mm (H)
Picot=ch3, sl st in fist ch

Large
Rnd1:  ch3, 10dc in fist ch.
Rnd 2:  *dc, 2tdc, picot, 2tdc, dc in next dc, sl st in next dc* (one petal made) repeat 4 times (5 petals)
Fasten off.
Leave a 8" tail for sewing.

Small
Hook size 4.0mm
Rnd 1:  ch2, 10sc in first ch.
Rnd 2:  *dc, 2tdc, picot, 2tdc, dc in next dc, sl st in next dc* (one petal made) repeat 4 times (5 petals)
Fasten off.
Leave a 8" tail for sewing.
Sew it on top of larger flower.

Sew flower to hat.



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The Warmest Camouflage Tights

Yarn: 3 Skeins of Red Heart Super Saver Camo, 5oz/141 g, 244 yds/223m (Worsted – Medium 4)  (You will use almost all 3 skeins)

Hook:  6.00mm

Size: Small, Medium, and Large (s, mm, lg)

Skill Level: Intermediate

Guage: 12dc=4 inches

Abbreviations used: rnd=round, ch=chain, sc=single crochet, hdc=half double crochet, dc=double crochet, sl st=slip stitch, st=stitch, tog=together









Leg (make 2) 

Rnd 1: ch (44, 48, 52), dc in 3nd ch from hook, dc in next (41, 45, 49 ch, ch2. Turn. 


Rnds 2-10: dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc, ch2, turn.
Rnd 11: dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc, attach to other side with a sl st. Turn.
Rnd 12: dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc. Join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 13: dc2tog, dc in next (19, 21, 23)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (19, 21, 23)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (40, 44, 48 dc)
Rnd 14: dc in next (40, 44, 48)dc, join with sl st. Ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 15: dc2tog, dc in next (18, 20, 22)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (18, 20, 22)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (38, 42, 46 dc)
Rnds 16-18: dc in next (38, 42, 4)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 19: dc2tog, dc in next (17, 19, 21)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (17, 19, 21)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (36, 40, 44 dc)
Rnds 20-24: dc in next (36, 40, 44)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 25: dc2tog, dc in next (16, 18, 20)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (16, 18, 20)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (34, 38, 42 dc)
Rnds 26-30: dc in next (34, 38, 42)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 31: dc2tog, dc in next (15, 17, 19)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (15, 17, 19)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (32, 36, 40 dc)
Rnds 32-34: dc in next (32, 36, 40)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 35: dc2tog, dc in next (14, 16, 18)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (14, 16, 18)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (30, 34, 38dc)
Rnds 36-38: dc in next (30, 34, 38)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 39: dc2tog, dc in next (13, 15, 17)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (13, 15, 17)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn (28, 32, 36 dc)
Rnds 40-42: dc in next (28, 32, 36)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 43: dc2tog, dc in next (12, 14, 16)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (12, 14, 16)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (26, 30, 34 dc)
Rnds 44-46: dc in next (26, 30, 34)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn.
Rnd 47: dc2tog, dc in next (11, 13, 15)dc, dc2tog, dc in next (11, 13, 15)dc. Join with sl st, ch 2. Turn. (24, 28, 32 dc)
Rnds 48-50: dc in next (24, 28, 32)dc, join with sl st. Turn.
Do not fasten off.






  Bottom Edge of Leg 

-Ch7, turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 5 ch. 


Note: (Turn leg so that you can work in the 6sc on the ch. From here on around the bottom rim of the leg, you will work up 6sc, then down 6sc, then sl st in next 3 sts on the edge of leg.)
-Sl st in next 3 dc on bottom edge of leg.
-Sc in bl of next 6sc, ch1. Turn. Continue until the ribbing meets.
-Sl st last 6sc through bl of beginning 6sc.
-Fasten off.


Assemble Legs Together

Turn both legs inside out. Place legs correspondingly. Attach yarn on either edge with a sl st. sc across seam evenly, working through both legs, attaching both parts together.

Do not fasten off.






Rnd 1: Facing inside the pants (which are inside out) and working around the top of pants, ch1. Sc in next (16, 18, 20)dc, hdc in next 5 dc, dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc, hdc in next 5 dc, sc in next (16, 18, 20)dc. Join with sl st, ch1. Turn.
Rnd 2: sc in next (16, 18, 20)sc, hdc in next 5 hdc, dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc, hdc in next 5 hdc, sc in next (16, 18, 20)sc. Join with sl st. ch1. Turn.
Rnd 3: sc2tog, sc in next (14, 16, 18)st, hdc in next 5 st, dc in next (42, 46, 50)st, hdc n next 5 st, sc in next (14, 16, 18) st, sc2tog, join with sl st, ch1. Turn.
Rnd 4: sc2tog, sc in next (13, 15, 17)st, hdc in next 5 st, dc in next (42, 46, 50)st, hdc in next 5 st, sc in next (13, 15, 17)st, sc2tog, join with sl st, ch1. Turn.
Rnd 5: sc2tog, sc in next (12, 14, 16)st, hdc in next 5 st, dc in next (42, 46, 50)st, hdc in next 5 st, sc in next (12, 14, 16)st, sc2tog. Join with sl st. Turn.
                                           Do not fasten off.


Waist Band (Ribbing)

- ch 9, turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 7ch.
Note: (Turn tights so that you can work in the 8sc on the ch. From here on around the waist of the tights, you will work up 8sc, then down 8sc, then sl st in next 3 sts on edge of the waist.)
-Sl st in next 3 st on top edge of waist.
-Sc in bl of next 8sc, ch1, turn. Continue until the ribbing meets.
-Sl st last 8sc through bl of beginning 8sc.
-Fasten off.
Weave in ends.

The end. 

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27 comments:

  1. What size hook did you use for the leggings

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  2. Oh my! I hadn't realized I didn't state the hook size! I used 6.00mm.

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  3. I was guessing you used a 6.00mm hook but I wanted to make sure

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  4. Whats the waist sizes of the Small-Medium and Large Leggings?...And also are they suppose to fit loosely or snuggly?

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  5. Small is size 4-6, medium is 8-10, large is 12-14..... there's a range in size because they are stretchy. They are meant to fit tightly like regular tights. Hope this helps!

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  6. Thank-You it does help. How long is the inseam on them?

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  7. 31 inch inseam:) To make longer or shorter, simply take away or add to the bottom row.

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  8. I just wanted you to know that i made these tights/leggings. I have had so many compliments on them. THANK-YOU for posting this pattern. I wanted something to wear under my jeans when I went hunting to keep me warm, I am sure these will!

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  9. I was trying to add a Pic so you could see them but it wouldn't let me do it...

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    1. You can post it on 365's facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/pages/365-Crochet/119858864796888

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  10. Do you have a bigger butt version? My daughter is thin but, she has in her words back lol.

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  11. lol. After you assemble the legs together and are starting the butt, you would need to increase some stitches. For example (Rnd 1: Facing inside the pants (which are inside out) and working around the top of pants, ch1. Sc in next (16, 18, 20)dc, hdc in next 5 dc,(THIS IS HALF OF THE FRONT) --NOW WORKING THE BACK-- THIS IS WHERE YOU WOULD INCREASE BUTT SIZE:) TRY INCREASING 2DC IN NEXT ST, DC IN NEXT (40, 44, 48), 2DC IN NEXT ST..(=44, 48, 50)... instead of-dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc

    This would increase the butt by 2 stitches, if you need more, add another increase in the center. I hope this explains it!

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  12. In row one of the leggings, I chained 44 and after that, it says to work a dc in the next 49 stitches. Am I suppose to double crochet onto the opposite side of the chain? Then on the second row, it tells me to dc in the next 42 stitches. Do you mean 43?

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    1. Rnd 1: ch (44, 48, 52), dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in next (41, 45, 49) ch, ch2. Turn. The "dc in 3rd ch from hook counts 1 dc + the next 41dcs = 42dc)



      Rnds 2-10: dc in next (42, 46, 50)dc, ch2, turn.

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    2. Thank you and have a happy new year! :)

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  13. I got online to see reference to making a ballet style (workout) short, when I saw these leggings! I've been crocheting for 20+ years,,,and BRAVO, for taking this project on. I LOVE IT..It can be leggings for under skirts, or just worn with a shirt and boots. In cold weather, men would LOVE to have these instead of thermals to wear under pants..in a cold warehouse, working outside or hunting! I'm excited to play around with this pattern, adding pockets, accessories to waist band (probably skull beads!lol) and silver buttons with tabs. Again..HOW cute,,thank you. Oh!lol,,this is Charles wife..:0,,,,wow this would be embarasing for him

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  15. Thank you very much:) I hope you enjoy them!

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    1. back loop. this creates a ridge, used for ribbing and cuffs.

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  16. Is this pattern correct???? im confused about (38,42,4)..................Rnds 16-18: dc in next (38, 42, 4)dc, join with sl st, ch 2. Turn

    the 4 ia confusing me can u help me please?

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    1. It is a size adjustment, it should be 46, not 4, sorry:)

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  17. About to attempt making them! Although I will have to make them a bit larger due to my thighs being a bit larger than the sizes you have listed.

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  18. Seeing as I'm not that great in altering patterns do you think you could help me out with making it bigger. I've done added 4 more to the beginning ch 52 but it seems and Xl in this still won't fit my thighs. So I hope to hear back soon

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  19. Thanks for posting this! I've never made pants or tights for living people before, but after recently finding a couple patterns I thought was perfect to make a female version of Comic's Green Arrow for Halloween I figured why not try? Go all out crocheting the whole costume, and look for an easy pants or tights pattern. This sounds easy after reading over it. Can't wait to make them, and promise to get a pic to share with you.

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