Children Knitted Cap

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Imposed on me here are such panamochki. She tied first the white one - she is slightly smaller than the pink one (she was asked to tie Vera for a little girl) Then she tied up a little more for her Alyonka ... The 
girth of the head is 44-45cm. Threads "Iris", you need a little less than two hanks for 25gr. (one on the panama and a little more than half of the hitch on the ruches), hook No. 1.25. 
So, we knit the bottom according to the scheme. It consists of 11 rows (the ring of the chain of 10 vp is the 0th row). 12th row - SSN (columns with crochets) in each loop of the previous row, there are no additions. CCS knit directly under the arches and only where they fall on the top of the SSN of the previous row - we knit in the top of these columns, i.e. in the very loop.

The finished bottom looks like this and its diameter should be about 11-11.5cm. In this case, the final size of the panama will be 44-45 cm. In case you have a larger diameter, the size of the panama will accordingly increase.

The 12th row - the SSN series is already the first row of the side of the panama, where no additions are made. After it we begin to knit the side part here according to this scheme.

At once panama begins to round off and take the desired form.

The main pattern for the side of the panama is that we knit 13 rows, the 14th row - the CLS, from the 15th to the 17th row - the pattern for the sides, the 18th row - the CLS. That's what the result should be. 
The depth of the resulting panama is 14 cm. The width is 22 cm. (if folded in half).

We make the strapping of the lower edge of the panama. 
1st row: 1VP lifting * 3SBN (column without crochet) in the three loops of the previous row, 5VP (air loops), 4 loops of the previous row, skip *, repeat from * to *, finish the SS row (connecting post) and make another SS to advance to the central RIS of three. 
2nd row: 1BP lift, * 8BSN in the arch of 5 VP, 1PSN in the central RPS from the previous three rows *, repeat from * to *.

Now proceed to the most interesting - ruches. It was for them that we knitted several rows of solid SSNs, or rather three rows (one above, just after the bottom, and two below). Each ruff is made up of three rows. 
The 1st row is the RLS, which we impose on top of a series of SSNs in a zigzag. Each step of the zigzag consists of 4 RLSs. 
In the lowest strip of ruffle, which goes above the strapping of the lower edge of the panama, it is important to place the zigzag in such a way that the ruffle wave passes under the arch, and not under the three RLSs - otherwise the bundles of the straps will bend inwards. 
In the other two strips you can arrange the zigzag arbitrarily.
The second row of ruches is knitted as follows. We start the series with 3 VP lift, * ICC, 1 loop the previous row, skip, 1VP * repeat from * to *.

And, finally, the 3rd, the last row is a series of RLS in each loop of the previous row (more precisely, to the top of the SSN, under the arch, etc.).

On the other two strips of SSN, ruches are imposed similarly. Here is a panama must come out. Thanks to the ruffles, it keeps the shape well ... like a starched hat.

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