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Crocheted Scalloped Hat Edging

Posted on September 22, 2013


A friend at Ravelry shared this pretty crocheted scalloped hat edging. It just looked so nice on the baby hat she crocheted that I wanted to try it.

You can use any baby or child’s hat pattern you have and just add this crocheted scalloped edging to the beanie once it’s finished. The pink and blue baby hats were crocheted using a basic beanie pattern. I then added the edging to both. The only difference is that the blue hat has a round of single crochet stitching around it before I added the scallop edging round.

Scalloped Edging:
Turn, Sc in back loops only working on the inside of the hat so the scallops face out when folded to the outside of finished hat.

Turn to right side, working in both loops now Ch 1, *Sc in next stitch, skip 2 stitches and work 8 Dc in next stitch, skip 2 stitches*. Repeat between * to the end of the round. End with a Sc at end of round and Sl St into the beginning Sc of round.

Works over a multiple of 6 stitches so adjust your stitches as needed to complete the round.
Fold over scalloped edge to the outside (right side) and weave under ends.

Close up of the scalloped edging.

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2 Responses to “Crocheted Scalloped Hat Edging”

  1. Pak
    Sep 27, 2013

    your source for very cute, hand crafted crocheted hats for children and adults, and Thanks for this nice blog


  2. […] I added the edging using a Red Heart pale plum yarn by crocheting my scalloped edging that I first used on my scalloped baby hats. […]



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