Chevron Waves Hat

So recently I shared with you a simple chevron infinity scarf pattern. On the night when I finished this I still had plenty of yarn left over and so I decided to make a matching hat. To go with it. Here is the pattern.

1. Chain 94. Turn.

2. Hdc into the next ch from the hook, Skip 1 *Hdc into the next 4 chains. 3Hdc into the next chain, Hdc into next 4ch. Skip 1* repeat until you have just 2 chains remaining. Skip 1 and Hdc into the last chain. Ch1. Turn.

3. Hdc into the first stitch. Skip 1.  *Hdc into the next 4 stitches. 3Hdc into the next stitch, Hdc into next 4 stitches. Skip 2* repeat until you habe just 2 stitches remaining. Skip 1 and Hdc into the last chain. Ch1. Turn.

Repeat row 3 x 16 times.

You will now have a rectangle of wavy stitch. Put this to the side. We will now work on the brim of the hat. 

1. Ch 81. Turn.

2. Hdc into the next chain from the hook then in all chains to the end. Repeat this 4 times so you have 4 rows of Hdc. At the end of the 4th row, ch3 and turn.

3. Dc into the next stitch and all stitches to end. Repeat this step 3 times. Fasten off leaving a long tail on the end for assembly purposes. 

Fold the rectangular brim in half and pin it in place along the bottom edge of the wavy rectangle. Take the long end of the brim tail and sew along the top edge to fasten both sides of the fold togrther with the bottom edge of the wavy rectangle securely sandwiched inbetween. Once this is done, sew up the back of the hat. You ahould now habe a tube. To seal off the top of the hat, take a length of matching thread and sew it into the top 3 stitches of each peak in the wavy pattern. Then pull tightly so that all of the peeks meet and tie off to secure. Finally, make a large pom pom out of the remaining yarn and secure to the hat using the taild of the thread used to tie the center of the pom pom. 

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