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© Pren Wilcox (a.k.a. archerpren)

185 yards (169.1 m) worsted weight yarn in house colors
K-10½ (6.5 mm) crochet hook
Pom pom maker
Stitch marker for marking the beginning of thte round
Yarn needle

Stitch Guide
HDC = Half Double Crochet
FPHDC = Front Post Half Double Crochet
BPHDC = Back Post Half Double Crochet
ST = Stitch
REP = Repeat

Pattern Notes
-Work in a spiral. Do not slip ST and Ch 1.
-The 4th round is written correctly.
-For stripe pattern, use main house color for 3 rounds and secondary color for 1 round throughout the body of the hat.

Make 10 HDC in a loop (10 STS) 

Make 2 HDC in each ST around (20 STS) 

Make 1 HDC in the next ST and 2 HDC in the ST after that. REP for the round (30STS) 

Make 1 HDC in the next 3 ST and 2 HDC in the ST after that. REP for the round (37 STS)

Make 1 HDC in the next 3 ST and 2 HDC in the ST after that. REP for the round (46 STS)

Make 1 HDC in the next 4 ST and 2 HDC in the ST after that. REP for the round (55 STS)

Make 2 HDC in the first ST and 1 HDC in every ST for the rest of the round (56 STS)

Make 1 HDC per ST for the next 16 rounds, or to desired hat length.

Working through the back loop make 1 HDC in each stitch around. 

In the last round change to secondary house color and continue in that color for the remainder of the hat.

Make 1 FPDC in the next 2 ST and 1 BPDC in the 2 ST after that. 

REP for the next 6 rounds. 

Weave in all ends. 

Make a pom pom anyway you like or leave it off. 

Tie pom pom onto the top

Final Product

House HDC Beanie

Pren Wilcox's tutorial was taken with permission from Wilcox Wizard Wares.

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