I’ve been working on

Author: jinksss

I’ve been working on a hat that I’ll post when I’m done that has horns on it. I remember a long time ago, when I was working on my crochet’d Viking Hat that there was a pattern I had trouble reading because of the terms it used. Now that I’ve been crocheting for a tiny bit over a year, I went back to it and made wonderful horns for my hat. I decided to write it down in a way I could understand it better and share it with you all 🙂

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Perfect Horn Pattern

Round 1: start with a magic circle and sc 5 sts into it

Round 2: inc, 4 sc

Round 3: sc, inc, 4 sc

Round 4: sc, inc, inc,2 sc, sc2tog

Round 5: 2 sc, inc, 5 sc

Round 6: 3 sc, inc, inc, 3 sc, sc2tog

(It’s best to not bother with a marker since the next rows will always overlap, so just make sure you count correctly!)

Round 7: 3 sc, inc, 6 sc sts

Round 8: 4 sc, inc, inc, 4 sc, sc2tog

Round 9: 4 sc, inc, 7 sc

Round 10: 5 sc, inc, inc, 5 sc, sc2tog

Round 11: 5 sc, inc, 8 sc

Round 12: 6sc, inc, inc, sc 6, sc2tog

Round 13: 6 sc, inc, 9 sc

Round 14: 7 sc, inc, inc, 7 sc, sc2tog

Round 15: 7sc, inc, 10 sc

Round 16: 8 sc, inc, inc, 8 sc, sc2tog

Round 17: 8 sc, inc, 11 sc

After the 8th round, there is an easy pattern you can pick up on in case you wanted to add more rows for a bigger horn!

So there it is! All credit for this pattern goes to mygurumi 🙂

Author: jinksss