The Emilie Beanies are worked top down in continuous rounds making a spiral. I find it easy to move from one round to another using this technique. The brim is a continuation of the hat. Meaning you will not fasten off after the last round. Based on style of brim you choose; you will continue from the last stich of the last round. Emilie can be worked in most worsted weight yarns. However, due to the nature of yarn and that not all #4 worsted weight yarn is the same, be sure to check your gauge or your hat may not be the same measurements. Most of my pieces have a story behind them. If you would like to know about Emilie, visit http://gjh.8a9.myftpupload.com/blog.
Skill Level: Easy/ Intermediate
Abbreviations/ Stitches (US terms): (all available stitch tutorials can be found at https://knottiehooks.com/stitch-tutorials/)
|· Ch- chain||· Slst- slip stitch|
|· Slstblo- slip stitch back loop only||· Sc- single crochet|
|· Scblo- single crochet back loop only||· Hdc- half double crochet|
|· Hdc3lo- half double crochet in the 3rd loop only||· Fpdc- front post double crochet|
|· Bnst- bean stitch||· Dc- Double crochet
|· Mc- magic circle:||· Hdc2tog3lo- half double crochet two together in the 3rd loop only.|
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