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Anthropologie Hat

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It looks like the body is done in puff stitches in a v-stitch pattern. The band actually looks knitted, but I think you would get a pretty similar effect either doing sc "back loops only" or doing it in tunisian.

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I agree with cammiearl. That's how it looks to me, too.

 

Look closely - the stitches are not in the gap between the V's. They're in the stitch to the right. If you roll the magnifier over the top right side of the hat, it's more clear.

 

Good luck! :cheer

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Thanks for your ideas! I'm going to start this within the next few days here (I'm finishing a hat for my daughter first) and I'll let you know how it turns out.

 

I may actually try to finish my daughters hat with the same band. I'll try that suggestion of working in the back loops only and see how it comes out. I'm still learning to knit and I'm not sure I could "wing it" trying to knit the band.

 

Thanks again!

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. I'll try that suggestion of working in the back loops only and see how it comes out. I'm still learning to knit and I'm not sure I could "wing it" trying to knit the band.!

 

The band looks like it could be surface crochet on it.

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What do you mean surface crochet?

 

You work slip stitches across it.

 

surface crochet

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I think the band is back post sc, because when you do all sts in back post, the top of the stitch goes to the front of the work if all worked in the round.

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Re: Anthropologie hat ptn, (no longer being sold.)

The main part of the hat is the "V" st dc shell, as stated before, but the next rows are worked in "between" the previous "V's" not "in" them, as usually done.

(To make increases, you "would" work "in" the V's to add more V's)

 

And yes, I agree, the hat band is sc in back post every row, as said above,

then the edging shell is this:

 

After your last row of back post sc's, sl st to join, then in the next round you pick up the slanted shell pattern:

 

* ch 2, dc in same st, sc in next st, sl st in next - rep from * around.

 

Try to make the join look as close to the either sides. Or....... you could be sure you had enough sts to make the edge sts work out evenly. (fudging a little as you go around)

 

Hope this helps, I worked with the edge trim with combinations until I came up with this one that resembled it the most.

 

If you need help with the "V" st, (which is just a dc, ch1, & 1dc). there are sites that show the process. I'll try to work with the amount of increasing to begin the hat, and post it when I get it.

 

Happy crafting,

Sleepless in Seattle

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I also think the band looks like surface crochet. There is a newer book for surface crochet I believe. Look here and scroll down a bit to the purple and yellow sample of surface crochet. Mary

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The band is single or half-double crochet in the back loops. The edge is a crocheted scallop.

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Re: >>>.the main part of the hat is the "V" st dc shell, as stated before, but the next rows are worked in "between" the previous "V's" not "in" them, as usually done. <<<<<<

 

It doesn't look like plain dc to me though more like a cluster.

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Just to clarify: While Crochetville does not allow reverse engineering of actual crochet patterns or crocheted items being sold by indie designers/crocheters, we do allow members to help each other figure out how to duplicate items being sold on a large-scale basis in regular retail arenas.

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