This is only the second item I have ever crocheted, so my terminology might not make any sense. Anyway...
I am making very simple chemo hats and have a basic question. The hat is made in rounds using single crochet stitch. I don't like turning, so I chose to use the joining method after each row. Once I finished the crown of the hat (60 sc) it repeats until the hat is long enough, roughly 8" from the top of head. When the hat is done, I should still have 60 sc around the brim.
If I work the last section in a continuous round, what will happen?
I realize I will have to join the last stitch, so the edge will be even.
Will the hat stretch out of shape?
Will a dc or taller stitch worked in a continuous round, be very noticable on the last row?
I have theories on how to resolve the problem, but I thought I would ask the experts.
I did the very first one that way and like how easy it was.
(I didn't read the instructions correctly, but I do like the results)
No ugly seam (except on top)
I joined the 2nd to last row with a slip stitch, then turned and sc around the hat.
I just want a tiny edge decoration.