Good morning, everyone! Today, I wanted to show you a hat I improvised over the weekend. I'm calling it "The World's Longest Extended Single Crochet Ever":
I'm in the last two weeks of school for this semester, so I've been stressing out over two very large papers, presentations, and you get the drift. On Sunday, I just wanted to take a break and work on something quick that I could enjoy, but not something mindless enough to get bored of.
I went to my massive pattern library that rarely gets touched and picked up my Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs: 500 Classic and Original Patterns for inspiration. A specific stitch caught my eye, but it's worked back-and-forth. I altered it to be worked in the round, then added a super long extended crochet between the shells. I think it came out sort of interesting.
The next time I make one of these, I'll probably add another pattern row for length and maybe another round or two of the edge. Otherwise, it's kinda cute and I may write up the pattern for working it in the round and adding the extra design elements.
Hope you're all having a great week!