Sunday, September 26, 2010
CROCHET PATTERN - Dinosaur Spikes
Add these simple dinosaur spikes to your favorite beanie, cap, or ear flap hat. You could even sew them onto a store-bought hat if you wanted. (I'm not giving you the pattern for a hat here, just the spikes... sorry.)
Need: G hook (4.0 mm), some WW (size 4) yarn, yarn needle
Gauge: Not important.
Note: I work mine in a continuous spiral, but if you'd rather join at the end of each round, that's fine.
Start with magic ring/sliding loop
Round 1: Ch 1, 6 SC in loop.
Round 2: (1 SC in next, 2 SC in next) 3 times [9 SC]
Round 3: 1 SC in each SC [9 SC]
Round 4: (1 SC in next 2, 2 SC in next) 3 times [12 SC]
Round 5: 1 SC in each SC [12 SC]
Round 6: (1 SC in next 3, 2 SC in next) 3 times [15 SC]
Round 7: 1 SC in each SC [15 SC]
Round 8: (1 SC in next 4, 2 SC in next) 3 times [18 SC]
Round 9: 1 SC in each SC [18 SC]
Slip stitch into next SC, then fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Lay your hat out flat so that you can see the ridge where the spikes should be sewn. Use bits of yarn as place-markers, or just "eyeball" it if you're confident. Then use a yarn needle & the long tail to sew the spikes on. (FYI - the hat in the photo is toddler size & I needed 6 spikes.) Fasten off the tail securely on the inside of the hat & you're done. Roar!
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