Slouchy Beanie Crochet Hat Pattern PDF (Slouchy-Slouch Hat)
I love THIS hat. The crochet technique used is quite stretchy, so the hat stays on snug despite its lovely loose and slouchy look. It also has a nice “flat-lying” rounded top, unlike the sometimes bulky and lumpy slouchy hat tops that we see.
Thank you for checking out my slouchy-slouch hat!
If you are interested in a MATCHING SCARF, you can find it here on Makerist.
This crochet pattern for a slouchy hat is suitable for an INTERMEDIATE crocheter. It uses standard US English crochet terminology. It has been tested for clarity and accuracy by a professional crochet designer. In addition, it contains step-by-step how-to photos. I am confident this pattern will make for a happy crochet experience (and a very nice slouchy hat).
This hat is worked in the round utilizing crochet chains and single crochet stitches. The crochet chains are then laddered up (like making chains from chains) to give the hat its crochet cable effect. This technique is a variation on Jacobs Ladder and it is not difficult. This hat’s stretchy-ness also makes it one-size-fits-all -- suitable for most adult heads.
I am available to answer questions, should you have any.
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Sonja Hood, KnotYourselfOut Crochet Patterns
- Detailed written instructions - standard US English , crochet terminology
- Numerous how-to photos
- Suitable for INTERMEDIATE crocheter
- Circumference 17” brim; Height approx. 12.5”
- This hat is one-size-fits-all. The laddering technique , that is used is stretchy; it is designed to fit most adult , heads nicely.
Materials you need at home:
- LION BRAND YARNS Scarfie, color CREAM / BLACK , x 1
- Size M/13/9.00 mm crochet hook
- Size H/8/5.00 mm crochet hook
- Stitch marker
- Yarn needle
Sonja Hood (KnotYourselfOut)
I absolutely love to crochet! My mother taught me how when I was five years old, and it occupied a lot of my childhood.
It was during my time living in Bulgaria, as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer, that I first began to dream about writing and publishing my own crochet patterns.
As the years passed, work became my main focus, but I continued to dream about becoming a crochet designer and I collected inspiration from the many different places I was working in and traveling to: Bulgaria, Boston, Germany, Canada, Ireland (to name a few).
It was the birth of my son, ultimately, that finally gave me the opportunity to realize my dream. When my son was a baby, I wrote and published two crochet books (Painted Jute Rugs, Annie’s Attic, 2010 & Elegant Beaded Bags, Leisure Arts, 2013).
When my son began school my focus shifted to selling patterns online. I have been having the absolute time of my life -- crocheting, imagining crochet, writing about crochet, and engaging with many amazing crochet-lovers in online communities!
Home is now Toronto in Canada.
Thanks for reading my profile. I hope you will find a design in my shop that inspires you (the way it did me) to stitch up something beautiful.
Sonja Hood (Crochet Designer & Author)