Purely Puffs (Large) Back to Patterns
Hat

Items Needed:
6oz. of WW yarn(use 3 oz. of two different colors to have a tweedy effect, or 6 oz. of all one color)
J and L hook (or hooks needed to obtain gauge)

This hat is worked with two strands of yarn throughout!
Gauge:5 "puff ch 1" stitches should be 4" across. 2 rows of puffs should be 1.5" high

Puff Stitch: Yo, insert hook in ch 1 space, yo, draw up a loop, yo, insert hook in same ch 1 space, yo, draw up a loop, yo, insert hook in same ch 1 space, yo, draw up a loop, yo and pull through all loops on hook

With L Hook and 2 strands of yarn 1. In Adjustable Ring: ch3 (counts as first dc and ch 1), *dc ch 1* 5 times, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (6 dcs 6 ch spaces)
2. *puff ch 1 puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (12 puffs, 12 ch spaces)
3. *puff ch 1 puff ch1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch spaces)
4. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
5. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
6. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
7. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
8. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
9. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
10. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
11. *puff ch 1 in ch 1 space*, around, slip to first ch space, ch 1 (24 puffs, 24 ch 1 spaces)
Switch to J hook
12. *sc in each ch 1 space and each puff*, around. slip to first sc (48 sc)
13. Ch1, sc in same stitch, Sc around. slip to first sc (48 sc)
14. Ch1, sc in same stitch, Sc around. slip to first sc (48 sc)
15. Ch1, sc in same stitch, Sc around. slip to first sc (48 sc)
Fasten off and weave in ends
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