Messy Bun Crochet Hat

Messy Bun Crochet Hat

2-in-1 Back and Forth Messy Bun Crochet Hat
Messy Bun Crochet Hat

"What makes it different from the other cute messy bun hats is that it can be made into a beanie as well. One pattern, two finishing options. That’s basically a two for one, right? This hat pattern has a really retro vibe to me due to its more rounded shape. Plus, mustard always has me feeling vintage. This messy bun hat can be turned into a beanie by simply pulling the tail to cinch it closed. Or, keep it as a messy bun hat by sewing in your ends. It uses alternating stitches for a simple texture, and it’s perfect for anyone who loves a little retro in their lives."

NotesWorked from the top down in rounds. Slip stitch counts as a stitch. Do not chain. Do not turn your work.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4” = 9 rows, 11 stitches

Finished Size24” circumference

Materials List

  • scissors
  • yarn needle

Measurements in Pattern

3” inch diameter, 26” at the widest point (round 14)

Stitch Guide in American Terms

SC – Single Crochet HDC – Half double crochet DC – Double Crochet HDC2TOG – Half Double Crochet 2 together

Special Stitches

HDC in the 3rd loop – Yarn over, insert your hook in the loop behind the back loop, yarn over, pull up a loop, 3 loops on hook, yarn over, pull through all 3. (See video for 3rd loop.)

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