THIS IS THE 2 MIN WARNING! TIME TO GIVE IT ALL YOU’VE GOT!
Here is the 5pm Crochet Game Day Mystery Make-along 2019 play. If you missed any of the play, go back to the original blog post and get all the details you need. You must complete each previous part of the mystery project before you can move on to the next.
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Special Crochet Stitches & Techniques
5pm Play 👇
Row 1 (decrease): Slip stitch in each stitch BLO to 1 stitch before center marked stitch, skip stitch, sl st in center marked stitch, move marker to newly made middle stitch, skip next stitch, sl st in each stitch BLO to end of row, ch 1, turn–2 stitches decreased.
Row 2: Slip stitch in each stitch BLO to marked stitch, sl st in marked stitch, move marker to newly made middle stitch, sl st in each stitch BLO to end of row, ch 1, turn.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until 5 stitches remain ending after a row 2. Do NOT fasten off.
Fold bill in half, working only into edge of every other row, sl st to close bill.
Place the hat on the table and position the start of the round in the center back. Position the RS of the bill you just made and the RS of the hat together and the bill on top.
Work through the back loop only of the bill and both loops of the hat on row 22, work the slip stitch join and attach the two pieces together.
Weave in all ends.
Note: Add the round elastic cord around the hat if you find that it is too large. Do not add to the part where the bill is attached, only to the portion around the hat that is not part of the bill.
More Free Patterns
If you liked this pattern, please be sure to check out the other free patterns here on my website. Also, in March there is the Tournament of Stitches…you will NOT want to miss it!