Desert Hope Crochet Slouch Beanie


In the Designer's Words: "I must admit that this design is so easy and quick that I made two in one evening, and I am not a fast crocheter by any means. This beautiful slouch beanie works up quickly, and you may choose from two different ways to finish it for two different looks. Design is perfect for chemo caps and any temperatures."
This free crochet pattern is insanely simple and quick to work up. In just one evening, you can crochet the Desert Hope Crochet Slouch Beanie. Versatile and pretty, this darling slouchy hat pattern is stunning in pastel pinks and purples, but could easily be crocheted in a dark charcoal or grey for an edgier look. No matter the color, you will adore wearing this comfy creation. Loose-fitting and casual, this pattern has a hip vibe that is hard to ignore. This hat pattern make a great chemo cap pattern, as well. 


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This Desert Hope Crochet Slouch Beanie hat is just perfect! You can change it up to make a messy bun hat or as is. It's the go to pattern for different looks, just start it differently. If you use a thicker yarn than called for you will get a warmer hat for the colder weather. Or even a thinner yarn for the hot summer days. I just the this pattern. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This Slouch beanie hat is so simple and easy to do. This is a good project for beginners. This pattern also gives instructions for doing the Messy Bun Hat too. This hat could be made up in one sitting. It would be great for quick gifts or an office gift. I am going to try the beanie in the next couple of days.

Hats like this one are great when you want to make a gift for someone and are pressed for time. They also make great bazaar or charity items. This hat is really quick to make and looks great. Perfect for spring or late fall, or for places that have a milder winter. Has anyone tried it using a thicker yarn weight?

It is a cute hat and I think my granddaughter would love it. However, I am not seeing directions for it.

Hi there, simply click on the link that says "If you like DIY crafts, then you need to see this full project tutorial" (listed below yarn weight) and you'll be directed to the pattern. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts


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