RO: Ce face omul când are traista prea plină de muncă şi oboseală? Îşi mai face de lucru. Aşa am ajuns să croşetez o pălărioară veselă de plajă. Dacă nu eşti genul de persoană care se bălăceşte non stop în piscină, dar îţi place să stai la plajă şi ai o fire veselă şi optimistă, pălăria asta-i pentru tine!
Aşa se face că-n miez de noapte am început modelul acesta de palarie de primavara – vara, potrivit pentru ieşirile la iarbă verde. Pentru acest model am folosit croşeta de 4 mm, fir de bumbac – Alize Cotton gold pentru primele rânduri în degrade şi Schachenmayr Catania pentru rândurile foarte colorate. Primele rânduri de creșteri sunt lucrate în spirală, iar rândurile unde schimb culorile am ales să închid cu slip stitch. În felul acesta arată mai bine schimbarea culorilor pe fiecare rând.
Ca de obicei, voi folosi terminologia americană de croşetat, dar pentru a fi mai uşor de înţeles şi cititorilor români, le-am tradus :
– ochiul de lant = chain – ch;
– piciorusul mic = simple crochet – sc;
– piciorusul mare = double crochet – dc;
– piciorusul dublu redus = half double crochet – hdc;
– piciorusul triplu =triple crochet – tr;
– piciorusul orb = slip stitch – sl st ori ss.
Tehnica single crochet- chain 1- skip 1 e abreviată cu / is marked with: sc-ch1-sk1
EN: Although I was exhausted and too busy working on custom orders, I had to make a custom spring hat. It is perfect for sunny days when you just want to lay back and enjoy the sun. Just don’t fall asleep under the hot summer sun, like I did 😛
In the middle of the night I started working on this pattern. I used a 4 mm crochet hook, cotton yarn and American crochet terminology. The yarn I used is Alize Cotton Gold and Catania. The increasing rows with HDC in 3rd loop are worked in the round, no joining, but after that you will need to join rows with a slip stitch. It will look pretty this way when changing colors.
Cum se croseteaza o palarie de vară? / Crochet spring hat pattern
R1: Magic Circle – 10 HDC – nu unim rândurile, lucrăm spirală HDC, dar în a 3-a buclă / do not join, continue working HDC in 3rd loop.
R2: 2HDC in each HDC, join – 20 HDC in total
R3: *1 HDC in next, 2 HDC in the next * repeat -30 HDC
R4: *1 HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in the next * repeat – 40 HDC
R5: 1 HDC in each stitch – 40 HDC
R6: *1 HDC in next 3, 2 HDC in the next * repeat – 50 HDC
R7: 1 HDC in each stitch – 50 HDC
R8: * 1 HDC in next 4, 2 HDC in the next * repeat – 60 HDC
R9: 1 HDC in each stitch – 60 HDC – you can stop increasing here for a smaller hat, I went one more row of increasing
R10: *1 HDC in next 5, 2 HDC in the next * repeat – 70 HDC
For R11 I changed yarn to Catania, light blue and went on with a row of sc – ch 1, skip 1 – and at the end of the row I joined with a slip stitch. It is easier to change colors this way and it looks nice and tidy. In total for R11 I have 35 sc and 35 ch1 spaces.
R13: change to white yarn, work a sc in each – 94 sc in total.
R14: change to light green yarn – make sc-ch1 sk 1 in each sc from previous row.
R15: change to orange yarn – make 2 HDC ch 1 in each ch1 space from the previous row – 61 formations of 2HDC
R16: change to white yarn – make 1 DC ch 1 in each Ch1 space from the previous row – 61 DCs in ch 1 spaces.
R17: change to pink yarn – make 1 HDC in each Ch1 space from the previous row – 61
R18: continue with pink yarn – make sc-ch1 sk 1 in each ch1 space from previous row – 61 sc-ch1 formations
R19 – R23: change to red, then orange, then yellow, then light green then light blue yarn – make sc-ch1-sk1 – 61 formations / row
R24: change yarn to purple and make sc- ch 1 – sk 1 and in the next sc increase making sc – ch 1 – sc – ch 1 in the same sc. In the end you will have 90 sc-ch 1 formations
R25: change to pink yarn and make a simple row of sc-ch1-sk1 – 90 formations
R26: change to mauve yarn and make sc-ch 1 for the next 12 sc and in the 13th increase with sc-ch1-sc-ch1 till the end of the row – you will have 96 formations
for the last 6 rows you will only make sc-ch 1 in total 96 formations / row.
You can easily adjust the pattern for your own size/smaller size by starting with a smaller base – for example, just 8 HDC in the magic ring. Or you can ignore the R15, R16 and R17 and work your hat with just the sc-ch 1 sk 1 stitch.
This is how the finished hat looks like:
The hat fits me …
but it looks prettier on a happy lovely girl with gorgeous black eyes:
Try it and let me know how it worked out for you 🙂
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