This is my second and final crochet pattern for Blogtober. Check out the other pattern here. A few years ago, I crocheted a ghost and pumpkin applique that you could use to make brooches or whatever. This time I’m showing you how to crochet a witch hat! With everything witchy seeming to be popular nowadays I thought this would make the perfect Halloweeny crochet pattern.
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– G/4.25 mm crochet hook (my favorite hook)
– 2.25 mm crochet hook
– Black yarn
– Colored yarn (2nd color)
– Scrap yarn
– Slanted tapestry needle (I use these)
– Glue (this is my favorite no-sew glue)
ch(s) – chains
st(s) – stitch(es)
slst – slip stitch (same as join)
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
flo – front loop only
blo – back loop only
cc – color change
dec – decrease (same as sc2tog) (single two st together)
inc – increase (make 2sc in a single st)
(x_) – repeat (_) amount of times
[x_] – repeat everything inside the [_] times amount of times
The pattern is written in US terms
This pattern uses a magic circle. Magic circle instructions here.
If you have any problems with this pattern feel free to contact me so that I can make corrections to the pattern.
With G hook and black yarn
Row 1: ch 9, sc 8 sts. Total = 8 sts
Row 2/Round 1: turn, ch 1, ch 8 sts (on the other side of ch), slst to 1st st
cc to 2nd yarn
insert your hook in the middle of the bottom side (the part you were just working on)
Rows 1-2: ch 1, sc 7 sts. Total = 7 sts
cc to black yarn
Row 3: ch 1, dec, sc 3 sts, dec. Total = 5 sts
Row 4: ch 1, sc 5 sts. Total = 5 sts
Row 5: ch 1, dec, sc 1 st, dec. Total = 3 sts
Row 6: ch 1, dec, sc 1 st. Total = 2 sts
Row 7: ch 1, dec. Total = 1 st
Cut off and weave yarn ends
With 2.5 mm hook and scrap yarn
Rows 1: ch 20 sts. Total = 20 sts
Make two loops on each end of the chain and sew to the center of the crochet piece to make the bow.
Sew the bow to the center of the witch hat. Cut out a witch hat shape with black felt. Glue the felt piece behind the crochet piece and press down lightly. Add whatever brooch or pin (or whatever) to the back of the felt piece. Done!
Have you ever dressed up as a witch before?
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