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Grey Slouchie Crochet Beanie Pattern

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A free crochet hat pattern like this Grey Slouchie Crochet Beanie Pattern is just what every woman needs for the winter. Caron International 'Simply Soft' is used in a Grey Heather color, but you can use any color you wish. The puff stitch is used to create a fun design. This free beanie crochet pattern will keep you warm and toasty all winter long. Best of all, it's stylish enough to wear anywhere. Whether you're heading to they gym or hitting the town, you can rest assured that this hat will make a statement. Simply throw this hat in your coat pocket and grab it when the weather gets chilly and you'll be good to go all season long.
 


Materials:

  • Caron International 'Simply Soft' (100% acrylic; 6oz/170g, 315yd/288m skein) 6 oz Shown in: #9742 Grey Heather
  • One size US H-8 (5mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge.
  • Yarn Needle

 


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SIZES:
Women’s S/M (L/XL)

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Hat measures 21 (22)"/53.5 (56) cm circumference x 11 (12)"/28 (30.5 cm) deep

GAUGE
In ribbed band pattern, 18 sts and 12 rows = 4"/10 cm.

STITCHES USED
Chain (ch), single crochet (sc), slip stitch (sl st)

SPECIAL TERM

Puff: Puff stitch—Yarn over, insert hook in indicated stitch and draw up a loop (3 loops on hook), [yarn over, insert hook in same stitch and draw up a loop] 3 times (9 loops on hook), yarn over and draw through first 8 loops on hook, yarn over and draw through remaining 2 loops on hook.

 

Instructions:

HAT

Ribbed Band

Ch 10.

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each remaining ch across, turn—9 sc.

Row 2: Ch 1, working in front loops only, sc in each st across, turn.

Repeat last row until piece measures 21 (22)"/53.5 (56)cm. Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Use tail to sew short ends together to form band.

Body

Join yarn with sl st in edge of band at seam.

Round 1: Ch 1, work 72 (76) sc evenly spaced around edge of band; join with sl st in first sc—72 (76) sc.

Round 2: Ch 3, sk first sc, Puff in next sc, ch 1, *sk next sc, Puff in next sc, ch 1; repeat from * around; join with sl st in top of beginning ch—36 (38) Puffs and 36 (38) ch-1 sps.

Round 3: Ch 3, Puff in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, *sk next Puff, Puff in next ch-1 sp, ch 1; repeat from * around; join with sl st in top of beginning ch.

Repeat last round until hat measures 11 (12)"/28 (30.5)cm from beginning. DO NOT FASTEN OFF.

FINISHING

Close Top of Hat: Last round worked is top of hat. Hook is currently at top, back center of hat. Keeping loop on hook, insert hook into top, center front of hat, yarn over and draw up a loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops on hook (sc complete). Pinch side edges to the same center point and sc the edges together (by inserting hook through both thicknesses and completing an sc). The top of the hat will now be in a star formation. Continue to pinch opposite edges and sc them together until top of hat is completely closed. Fasten off.

Weave in ends.

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I made one for my grandson so shortened the hat body - don't want it so slouchy for a boy.

Love this pattern up to point of closing as others have mentioned. I will try to use needle instead of hook and see if that will work for me. Thank you for sharing this pattern.

Can someone please help me!? I'm making this hat for my daughter. I'm on about the 5th row of the hat ( puffs), does the number of puff stay the same or should it be decreasing?? And please help me with the top closure! Thank you!!

Hi Crafter 3379905--Thanks for your comment. Yes, the puffs should stay the same. If they're decreasing, you might be forgetting to chain three at the beginning of each row. Make sure you always start with a ch 3 whenever you start a new round. As for the top, your hook is at the back center of the hat when you're done. Go straight across to the front center of the hat, insert your hook, yarn over, and draw up a loop. Then yarn over again and pull through both hoops on your hook (the hoop from the back and now the front). Now the back is connected to the front of the hat. Then you bring the middle of the two sides into the middle of the hat and single crochet those like you just did to the front and back of the hat, so it will look like a star or an X. Continue to do this (bringing opposite sides together) until the hat is closed. Hope that helps! --Melissa

I'm confused about the gauge: 18 stitches and 12 rows is 4'' No matter what size hook I use with my worsted weight yarn I cannot get the 18 stitches to be 4 inches when the 12 rows is also 4 inches. In order to get the 18 stitches down to 4 inches, the 12 rows then shrinks down to 3 inches... anyone else having this problem?

Hi ballgurl-Thanks for the comment. Are you using the correct sized yarn and hook for this project? Sometimes that can make a difference. And depending on how tight you're making your stitches can effect your gauge as well. If you continue to have problems, we suggest contacting Caron yarn directly, as they may even have a revised or fixed pattern for this project. Thanks so much!--FaveCrafts Editors

Thanks for the pattern, it was very clear and easy to follow. I striped the hat body with three colors. The only change I made was I used a needle instead of a hook to close but I still followed the same directions! I also really liked how you used the front loop for the ribbing, it gave it a much softer look!! I think this is my favorite slouchy hat pattern, thanks again for sharing!!!

My issue is also with closing the top of the hat.. It looks too bulky..by pinching in the sides as described...

I'm no expert, but I will try to answer Melissa and Dakota's questions. On the 3rd row you place the puff/cluster in the space on the row below made by the single chains placed between the puffs. So on that 3rd row I believe the very first puff would be placed into the chain 3 of the row below. You may have to play with it & see what looks better; doing that or skipping ahead to the next chain 1 space. As for Dakota's question the 10 stitches for the band are being worked vertically wheras the 110 stitches are being worked horizontally into the ends of all those rows of 10 stitches. My issue is with closing the top. I just can't picture in my head how pinching the side edges to the middle is going to look. I'd rather decrease several stitches for several rounds first.

I'm not clear on the 3rd row of the hat, do you place the 1st cluster in the space before the 1st cluster on the row below?

I don't understand how you only work ten stitches for the band and then need to crochet over seventy stitches into ten stitches....is this maybe a typo for 110 stitches and the (9) is then wrong for the first row of the band?

70 stitches into 21 or 22 inches. :)

This look easy enough too make. I'll give it a try.

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