Infinity Crochet Frost Swirl Hat

DK (11 wpi) ?

18 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in single crochet (US)

5.0 mm (H)

190 – 275 yards (174 – 251 m)

Child, Teen, Adult, Large Adult

Introducing Infinity Crochet

The cable design in this pattern is worked in a new and innovative crochet method developed by Briana Kepner, which creates clean and beautiful stitching called Infinity Crochet.

Get instant access to learning this technique through an infinity swatch after purchasing the e-book!
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/infinity-crochet

Want to see what this method looks like?
https://youtu.be/SPn3bABbIts

All the post stitches are ‘floated’ on a consistent background stitch that never gets skipped. This allows the cable design to be raised further from the background than traditional raised or overlay stitches, and maintains an undisturbed gauge in the main fabric.

Supplies

• Size US H-8 (5mm) crochet hook
• 10 x 10” (25.5 x 25.5 cm) piece of faux fur
• Sewing needle and thread
• Cotton balls or batting
• Yarn needle
Yarn
Cleckheaton Australian Superfine Merino in #35 Iceberg (yardage detailed below)

As long as gauge is met, yarn may be substituted with the following brands:
Plymouth Yarn DK Merino Superwash
Sublime Yarns Extra Fine Merino DK
Blue Moon Fibers Arts Cake DC
Schachenmayr Original Extra Merino
Patons (UK) Merino Extrafine DK
Pickles Extra Fine Merino

All of my patterns are put through rigorous testing to ensure quality and satisfaction.

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Pattern by http://www.ravelry.com/designers/briana-k-crochet

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