Oh yes! I completed a drumstick turkey hat that seems to be burning up Pinterest boards and facebook walls. Don’t mind my pics. This is at my desk in the office where I take all my pics lol And I’ve written a pattern.
Now, this is the first pattern I’ve ever written and it’s only for this size. If something goes awry while you are working away, let me know. I’ve used US crochet terms and this is easy peasy!
Turkey Drumstick Crochet Beanie
Single Crochet – sc
Paton’s Shetland Chunky Yarn in Gold
finished size: 7” tall (not rolled up) 19” diameter
gauge: 4” 14 rows x12 sc st
R1: 8 sc in Magic Loop (at end do not join, continue to next round)
R2: 2 sc in each stitch (16)
R3: 1 sc in next stitch, 2 sc next stitch *repeat around* (24)
R4: sc in every stitch (24)
R5 & R6: Repeat R3 & R4 (36)
R7: 1 sc in next two stitches, 2 sc into next two stitches *repeat around* (48)
R8: sc in every stitch
R9: 1 sc into next three stitches, 2 sc into next stitch *repeat around* (60)
R10-17: sc in every stitch until you reach desired length
weave in ends
My brim rolled up naturally on its own while crocheting this.
Drumsticks *make 2*
slip together after every row
sc, dc, slp
R1: 6 sc in Magic Loop, slp together
R2: 2 sc in every stitch, slp (12)
R3-R6: 1 sc, 2 sc *repeat around* (18)
R7: 3 sc, crochet two together *repeat around* (15)
R8: 3 sc, crochet two together *repeat around* (12)
R9: 3 sc, crochet two together *repeat around* (10)
R10-14: sc in every stitch
R15: join white yarn, dc, 2 dc in next stitch *repeat around* (15)
R16: sc crochet in every st
Stuff some polyfil in the drumsticks just enough to still be pliable.
bind off with a long tail, using a yarn needle weave tail through the top stitches
Tie off and weave in ends
Pin drumsticks in place and sew drumsticks on between row 10 and 14.