Tracy Hat and Gloves

Woman wearing crochet beanie and fingerless gloves
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This is a really simple to make set that would be easy to customize and upgrade! Using a variegated yarn gives it a random kind of look. Using a metallic sparkly yarn makes it look fancier! lol! You could even make your own stripes or keep it simple with a solid. I love the little bit of slouch it has. It makes it comfy and doesn’t mess up my hair! Ha!

You can also purchase a Printable, Ad-Free, PDF-version of this pattern from Ravelry HERE! Or just add it to your Queue for later!

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Tracy Hat and Gloves

Supplies Needed:

  • H/8 5.0mm Hook 
  • Medium Worsted Weight (4) Yarn- Such as I Love This Yarn (pictured using I Love This Yarn Print and I Love This Yarn Metallic)
  • Needle for weaving in ends
  • Hair elastic in coordinating color (For the Ponytail Beanie Option)

US Stitches/Terminology Used:

  • Ch- Chain
  • MR- Magic Ring
  • DC- Double Crochet
  • BLO- Back Loop Only
  • SC- Single Crochet
  • FPSC- Front Post Single Crochet
  • DEC- Double Crochet Decrease
  • 2DC- DC Increase, Do 2 Double Crochet in the same stitch

Notes for Hat Patterns:

Each round begins with a Ch 2 (unless specified) and ends with a SS to the first stitch of the round. Beginning Chains do not count as stitches. 

Hat is worked in Back Loop Only (BLO) unless specified.

Gauge:

For ease, check gauge by following Beanie Style Hat Rounds 1-3. After Round 3, your circle should measure 3.5 inches in diameter. If necessary, go up or down a hook size to obtain gauge. If your gauge is correct, continue with the rest of the rounds for the Beanie Style hat or begin with Round 1 for the Ponytail option.

Finished brim size should be approximately 20” around and hat height will be approximately 9”. Hat should have some slouch and stretch to it. 

Beanie Style Hat

1) In MR, DC 11 (11)

2) 2DC in each around (22)

3) *DC, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (33)

4) *DC 2, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (44)

5) *DC 3, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (55)

6) DC in each around (55)

7) *DC 4, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (66)

8-12) DC in each around (66)

13) *DC 31, DEC* Repeat from * to * around (64)

14) In both loops, Ch 1, SC in each around (64)

15) Ch 1, FPSC around (64)

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Ponytail Beanie Option

1) Slip stitch onto your hair elastic, DC 33 going around your hair elastic. (33)

2) *DC 2, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (44)

3) *DC 3, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (55)

4) DC in each around (55)

5) *DC 4, 2DC* Repeat from * to * around (66)

6-10) DC in each around (66)

11) *DC 31, DEC* Repeat from * to * around (64)

12) In both loops, Ch 1, SC in each around (64)

13) Ch 1, FPSC around (64)

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Fingerless Gloves

Supplies Needed:

  • H/8 5.0mm Hook 
  • Medium Worsted Weight (4) Yarn- Such as I Love This Yarn
  • Needle for weaving in ends

US Stitches/Terminology Used:

  • Ch- Chain
  • DC- Double Crochet
  • BLO- Back Loop Only
  • SC- Single Crochet
  • FPSC- Front Post Single Crochet
  • DEC- Double Crochet Decrease
  • 2DC- DC Increase, Do 2 Double Crochet in the same stitch

Notes for Glove Pattern:

Each round begins with a Ch 2 (unless specified) and ends with a SS to the first stitch of the round. Beginning Chains do not count as stitches. 

Gloves are worked in BLO unless specified.

Finished glove length should be approximately 9”.

Both Hands

Make 2

Ch 28, join with a SS to form a loop, be careful not to twist the chain.

1) Ch 1, SC in each around (28)

2) Ch 1, FPSC around each SC (28)

3) In both loops of the SC in Round 1, DC in each around ( 28)

4-6) In BLO, DC in each around (28)

7) DC 6, DEC, DC in next 12, DEC, DC in last 6 (26)

8) DC 5, DEC, DC in next 11, DEC, DC in last 6 (24) 

9) DC in each around (24)

Continue with Left Hand instructions for 1 glove and Right Hand for 1 glove. (Left and Right steps serve to conceal the join stitches.)

Left Hand

10) DC 5, 2DC, DC in next 2, 2DC, DC in remaining 15 (26)

11) DC 8, 2DC, DC in remaining 17 (27)

12) DC 7, 2DC, DC in next 2, 2DC, DC in remaining 16 (29)

13) DC 6, Ch 5, Skip 8, DC in remaining 15 (26)

14-15) DC in each around (26)

16) Into both loops, Ch 1, SC in each around (26)

17) Ch 1, FPSC around (26)

Right Hand

10) DC 15, 2DC, DC in next 2, 2DC, DC in remaining 5 (26)

11) DC 17, 2DC, DC in remaining 8 (27)

12) DC 16, 2DC, DC in next 2, 2DC, DC in remaining 7 (29)

13) DC 15, Ch 5, Skip 8, DC in remaining 6 (26)

14-15) DC in each around (26)

16) Into both loops, Ch 1, SC in each around (26)

17) Ch 1, FPSC around (26)

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Man, that scrolling was rough! Try the Printable, PDF-version next time, get it here!


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