Crochet Rochelle: Rumpelstiltskin Double Pom Pom Hat

Friday, April 10, 2020

Rumpelstiltskin Double Pom Pom Hat


The griddle stitch pattern creates a soft texture ideal for any fabric and occasion! 

*The griddle stitch is an alternating pattern between SC and DC. Make SC stitches in DC stitches from previous row, then DC in the SC from previous row. Each row should always start with a SC and end with a DC, Chain 1 and turn.


Sizes: Newborn - Adult 
(Hat  Circumference x Hat Height)
0-3 months: 12”x 4”
3-6 months: 14”x 5”
6-12 months: 16”x 6”
Toddler/1-3 years: 17”x 6.5”
PreK/3-5 years: 18”x 7”
Child/6-10 years: 19”x 7.5”
Adult S/Teen: 20”x 8”
Adult M: 21”x 8.5”
Adult L: 22”x 9”
Adult XL: 23”x 9.5”

Materials: 
Worsted weight yarn
Tapestry needle

Hook size: J/6.00mm 

Abbreviations:
CH = chain
SC = single crochet
DC = double crochet
SL ST = slip stitch
ST = stitch
 
Gauge:
6 stitches = 2" across 
5 rows = 2" height 

Special Notes:
Chains do not count as stitches in this pattern.
Dimensions are based on averages, (Circumference x Height).
Measure the intended noggin (around the head just over the ears) for an ideal fit.
End on DC stitch throughout pattern. 


Pattern Instructions:

Adult Medium
Row 1: Chain 62+1, SC in second chain from hook, DC in next chain, *(SC, DC) repeat across to end of chains, Chain 1, turn. (62 stitches)
Row 2: SC in first stitch, DC in next, *(SC,DC) repeat across to end of row, Chain 1, turn. (62 stitches) 
Row 3 - 26: Repeat Row 2. Or...
Continue to repeat Row 2 until you have reached desired length. 

Refer to the guide below for various size options. Replace the “Chain xx+1” in Row 1 with your respective size for number of stitches and rows.

Pattern Guide: 
(Stitches x Rows)
0-3 months: 36+1 stitches, 12 rows
3-6 months: 42+1 stitches, 14 rows
6-12 months: 48+1 stitches, 16 rows
Toddler/1-3 years: 50+1 stitches, 18 rows
PreK/3-5 years: 54+1 stitches, 20 rows
Child/6-10 years: 56+1 stitches, 22 rows
Teen/Adult S: 60+1 stitches, 24 rows
Adult M: 62+1 stitches, 26 rows
Adult L/XL: 64+1 stitches, 28 rows


Assembly: 
You should now have a rectangle shaped piece of fabric. Fold in half sew up the side of your hat with a tapestry needle and yarn. Align edges with care as you sew - sometimes the fabric can get off a row as you sew. 

When you reach end of side, continue to sew across the next edge to close the top of the hat. Finish and weave in yarn tail. 

Create two pom-poms. Add one to each corner of the top of the hat. (You could also create small pom-poms and add more than one to each corner.) To finish off my double pom-pom hat, I added one round/row of double crochet stitches around the bottom of the hat. You could also finish your hat with single crochets or other types of crochet stitches. (See images for reference.)

I created my hat to fit my head with a bit of give because I don’t like them super tight. Using a J hook in this pattern will give your fabric gentle ease. Please keep in mind that I tend to crochet a bit loosely, so you may need to adjust your hook size down or decrease stitch count to obtain the desired hat size. I have calculated sizes based on average head measurements.


If you try this pattern, I’d love to see your finished product! Sharing is caring.

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Tia

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