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We're Hooked on this Fishbowl Hat Crochet Pattern

What's going on under the sea? A fishbowl full of cuteness, that's what! We love this crochet pattern from Lauren Brown! 

Hat Pattern:

Using an I hook and blue yarn, ch 2.
Round 1: 8 sc into the first chain. Sl st to the top of the first sc. ch 2 (8)

Round 2: 2 dc into each stitch. Sl st to the top of the first dc. ch 2. (16)

Round 3: 2 dc into each stitch. Sl st to the top of the first dc. Cut yarn and weave ends. (32)
Round 4: Join white yarn with a sl st. Ch 2. 1 dc in the same stitch, 2 dc into the next stitch. *1 dc into the next stitch, 2 dc into the next stitch* around. Sl st to the top of the first dc. Ch 2. (48)
Rounds 5‐10: dc in each stitch around. Sl st to the top of the first dc. Ch 2. At the end of round 10, cut yarn and weave ends. (48)

Round 11: Join blue yarn with a sl st. ch 2, dc in each stitch around. Sl st to the top of the first dc. Ch 2. (48)
Round 12: dc in each stitch around. Sl st to the top of th efirst dc. (48) Stop here and add one round of sc if you want a beanie. If you’d like an earflap hat, keep going without cutting yarn.

Earflap Directions:

Ch 1.

Row 1: hdc in the same stitch and in the next 11 stitches. Ch 1, turn. (12)

Row 2: hdc 2 together, hdc in the next 8 stitches, hdc 2 together. Ch 1, turn. (10)
Row 3: hdc 2 together, hdc in the next 6 stitches, hdc 2 together. Ch 1, turn. (8)
Row 4: hdc 2 together, hdc in the next 4 stitches, hdc 2 together. Ch 1, turn. (6)
Row 5: hdc 2 together, hdc in the next 2 stitches, hdc 2 together. Ch 1, turn. (4)
Row 6: hdc in each stitch across. Ch 1, turn. (4)

Row 7: hdc 2 together, hdc 2 together. Cut yarn and weave ends. (2)

Goldfish Appliqué

Using an f crochet hook and yellow/gold yarn, ch 7.
Row 1: sc in the second ch from hook. hdc in the next, dc in the next 2 stitches, hdc in the next, sc in the next. ch 3. sc in the second ch from hook, hdc in the next. sl st in the same stitch.
Row 2: ch 3. sc in the second ch from hook, hdc in the next. Sl st in the BACK of the first stitch on the opposite side of the fish. hdc in the next stitch, dc in the next 2 stitches, hdc in the next stitch, sc in the next. ch 1, sl st to the first stitch of the previous row. Cut yarn and leave a long tail for sewing on the hat.

Grass Appliqué:

Using green yarn and an F crochet hook, ch 7.
sl st in the second ch from the hook. sc in the next 5 stitches. Do not cut yarn.
ch 10. sl st in the second ch from hook. sc in the next 8 stitches. Do not cut yarn.
ch 6. sl st in the second ch from hok. sc in the next 4 stitches. Cut yarn leaving a long tail for sewing on the hat. When you’re finished you should have three “blades of grass” as shown in photo 4 above.

Braids:

For each side of the hat, cut 9 strands of yarn (I do three strands of 3 different colors) approximately 40 inches long. Fold them in half and pull the “loop” through the hat. Pull the loose ends through the loop to attach the yarn. Separate each color to make three strands. Then braid and knot at the end to secure. Cut yarn to make the ends even.

You will now need to work the second earflap. On the front of the hat, skip 13 stitches and join blue yarn. You will work it exactly as you did the one above.

To finish the hat, sc evenly around the entire hat working two stitches in the corners of the earflaps. Cut yarn and weave all ends.

Once you have your hat made and the grass and goldfish finished, you’ll need to sew on your buttons. I suggest placing them on the hat first to see how you’re going to want them arranged. After you've sewn on the buttons, use a tapestry needle to sew on the grass and fish. I used a french knot to make the eye on the fish and the bubbles coming up from his mouth. This is a great tutorial on how to make French knots on crocheted or knitted items.

Source: www.daisycottagedesigns.net

Materials:
- Worsted Weight Yarn (turquoise or blue and white) – I used 100% cotton
- small amounts of green and yellow or gold worsted weight yarn
I crochet hook
F crochet hook
- Favorite Findings Buttons - Blue Ocean
– thread for sewing on buttons
– tapestry needle

Notes:
Chains do NOT count as the first stitch

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