Hot Kitty Hat

Introduction: Hot Kitty Hat

Simple crochet hat with kitty ears attached and a nifty crochet flame edge.

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    It's there, I used loin brand yarn in I think flame or something like that. The "flame" edging is randomly alternated slip, single, double, treble and double treble crochet stitches.
    Usually I start with a single, then double, treble x 2, double, single, slip. repeat with increased height and then decreasing, changing from the single, double, or treble being the tallest. If you want the kind of connected "point" don't decrease the height all the way to the slip, maybe just one level in height lower that the one's around that stitch. If your taller stitches start to pucker because the short stitches are holding them down, just do a slip stitch in between.