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Easy Bucket Hat Crochet Pattern

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The easy shaping of this bucket hat makes it the perfect beginner crochet hat. Use this free crochet hat pattern from Bernat Yarns to practice your skills and protect your head from the rain. You'll love the soft warmth of the alpaca yarn.

Easy Crochet Bucket Hat

 

Materials:

  • Yarn: 2 balls Bernat Alpaca (100 g / 3.5 oz)  #93430 (Persimmon).
  • Crochet Hook: Size 5.5 mm (U.S. I or 9) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 12 sc and 14 rows = 4 ins 10 cm.

Size: One size for average woman.
 

Pattern:

Ch 2.
1st rnd: (RS). 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Join with sl st to first sc.
2nd rnd: Ch 1. 2 sc in each sc around. Join with sl st to first sc. 16 sc.
3rd rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 3 sc) 4 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 20 sc.
4th rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 3 sc) 5 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 25 sc.
5th rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 4 sc) 5 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 30 sc.
6th rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 4 sc) 6 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 36 sc.
Inc 6 sts as before on every rnd to 48 sc.
9th rnd: Ch 1. 1 sc in each sc around. Join with sl st to first sc.
10th rnd: Ch 1. (1 sc in each of next 11 sc. 2 sc in next sc) 4 times.
Join with sl st to first sc. 52 sc.
11th rnd: As 9th rnd.
12th rnd: Ch 1. (1 sc in each of next 6 sc. 2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 6 sc) 4 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 56 sc.
13th rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 10 sc) 5 times. 1 sc in last sc. Join with sl st to first sc. 61 sc.
Next 3 rnds: As 9th rnd.
17th rnd: Ch 1. (1 sc in each of next 6 sc. 2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 5 sc) 5 times. 1 sc in last sc. 66 sc.
Inc 5 sc as before on every following 3rd rnd to 86 sc.
Next 3 rnds: As 9th rnd.
Next rnd: Ch 1. Working from left to right instead of right to left as usual, 1 reverse sc in each sc around.
Join with sl st to first sc. Fasten off.

 

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Mar 20, 2014

So I click on the Twist Scarf pattern and get the hat pattern. Ugh...

 

Nov 23, 2011

@kleshome 9592190, I'm sorry to hear of your trouble. I have two options for you: 1. You can contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. 2. I might also suggest that you try posting your question to our sites Facebook page. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance! Here is the link: http://www.facebook.com/FaveCrafts --Editors of FaveCrafts

 

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Nov 21, 2011

This hat looks like just the right thing. If I could figure out some of the instructions. Especially those that the follow .17 rnd. "Inc 5 sc as before on every following 3rd rnd to 86 stitches". I really want to finish this bucket hat.....

 

Feb 11, 2011

to "missy crissy" I agree the pattern is confusing, sometimes it's easier to create then it is to tell "how to create." It could read 7th rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 5 sc) 6 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 42 sc. 8th rnd: Ch 1. (2 sc in next sc. 1 sc in each of next 6 sc) 6 times. Join with sl st to first sc. 48 sc. My previous comment may also be helpful for you. (I have crocheted a lot of hats--sold 50 last winter.) Hope this helps.

 

Feb 8, 2011

I am reading the pattern for this hat and don't understand what happened to the 7th and 8th rnds.

 

Feb 3, 2011

Help is here; let me start with the easiest answer. For "crochet student" you asked what md stood for. This is actually 3 letters r n d, but I see where it could easily be mistaken. r n d stands for round, this pattern is worked in rounds instead of rows. Now for Rose Marie Barker Nations and a few others; I think this pattern works better if you do not "join with a slip stitch and ch 1," try it just working in continuous rounds, do not join and do not chain 1. I find an easy way to keep track of when to increase and when I have come to the end of the round is by counting the stitches and increasing each time I get to a multiple of 5 [for rounds 2-4] (1, 2 (that is the increase) 3, 4, 5 (that is the three stitches) 6, 7 (the increase) 8, 9, 10 (time for increase), later [rounds 6, 7, and 8] you would increase each time you get to a multiple of 6. The next part that is confusing is round 17. What you need to do is repeat the previous 4 rounds until you have 86 stitches, that is, work 3 rounds even (no increases) then one round with an increase every 5th stitch, (you will now have 66 sts) then work 3 rounds even, then one round with an increase every 5th stitch, (71 sts) repeat these 4 rows 3 more times (76 sts, 81 sts, and finally 86 sts.) I am an experienced crocheter and I, too, found the wording here confusing. When I joined the rounds and chained 1 I kept coming up with extra sts, which in the long run would have had very little effect of the look of the hat. Hope this helps, good luck with your crocheting and never give up.

 

Jan 10, 2011

I would like to see the replies to the above questions. Will wait. thanks.

 

Jul 17, 2010

After having tried over and over and over, I finally concluded the instructions in this pattern are wrong. I would love to make this hat. Can someone please correct the instructions and mail me a copy or notify me when to return to FaveCrafts and download the corrected pattern? MNations@aol.com (Rose Marie Barker Nations)

 

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