Dinosaur Party Hats

Dinosaur party hats that made from paper is very common, but made of crochet dinosaur party hats that will surely give a different feel for our child, let us follow the following ways
– 2 Chain
– 1 half double chain in next chain stitch
– 2 half double chain in next chain stitch
– 1 half double chain in 2 next chain stitch
– Repeat step 3-4
– Slip stitch in next 2 first chain stitch (32 half double chain)

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Work continues in the pattern above, by increasing the number of half double stitch between half double stitch increase (2 half double stitch in 1 chain stitch) to get the circumference of a circle = circumference of the head
After that create half double stitch without increase of the cap until the desired length
Round 1
– 3 chain stitch
– 2 chain stitch in first chain stitch
– 5 half double chain in first chain stitch, no need slip stitch because it can make continuous, use a marker to determine the initial knitted
Round 2
– Half double crochet in every chain stitch (6 half double crochet)
Round 3
– 2 half double crochet
– Half double crochet around
– Repeat until you get 9 half double crochet
Round 4
– Half double crochet in every chain stitch (9 half double crochet)
Round 5
– 2 half double crochet
– Half double crochet
– Repeat until you get 14 half double crochet
Round 6
– Half double crochet in every chain stitch (14 half double crochet)
Round 7
– 2 half double crochet
– Half double crochet in next chain stitch
– Repeat until you get 21 half double stitch
Round 8
– 2 half double crochet in first stitch
– Half double crochet in the next 18 slip stitch
– 2 half double crochet in next stitch
– Half double crochet Stitch in the last (23 Half Double Crochet)
– Slip stitch in the next chain stitch, turn off the yarn, leaving a long yarn not to sew into the cap
Make 5 or more spike and sewing to the cap, if you want, you can make a single crochet knit with the same yarn color with spikes at the bottom of the cap.

Writen by

John The Paleontologist

Writen By John The Paleontologist

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