Making your own crochet hat allows you to choose from a multitude of patterns. This is a guide about crochet hat patterns.
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Any little one would look like the princess she deserves to be in this hat! In an hour or less, with minimal crochet skills and a tiny amount of yarn, you will have made a keepsake for years to come.
You may leave the hat plain, or add a flower. Personally, I think big blooms on tiny melons rock!:)
I have used Caron Simply Soft yarn. It is slightly thinner than your typical #4, also very soft.
What a special baby shower gift this would make. It will also cost you next to nothing. Enjoy.
Approximate Time: Hour or less
Yield: As many as you like
Crocheted rolled brim hat for an adult.
Approximate Time: less than 2 hours
Size: women's 22 inches, (women's large - 24 inches)
Gauge: 14 dc = 4 inches
By Suzetta from Bellingham, WA
Cute hat for spring, a tulip.
Approximate Time: less than 2 hours
By Suzetta from Bellingham WA
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Here are questions related to Crochet Hat Patterns.
Does anyone have a knitting or crocheting pattern for a man's peaked hat? I don't mean a baseball cap I mean what I might call a bargeman's hat with a peak. I have tried shops and the internet but patterns there tend to be for ladies and I need a man's pattern because my man has a large head!
Mary from UK
By Diane Sturgess 11/13/2008
Just realised both my posts (Di S) have been added as "Guest" - forgot to sign in !
Hi! I have been looking on the internet for a pattern for a CROCHETED cat hat (basically a hat with little ears). Knitting patterns abound for this hat, but alas, not for crocheted versions. Does anyone know of one?
Aline in VA
By Jo Anne Buford 06/25/2008
Here is a pattern on Etsy-
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.ph ... =sr_gallery_8&listing_id=5672284
Does anyone know where I can get a pattern for a child"s crocheted hat?
By Florence from Crestwood, KY
By Lee Taylor 01/11/2010
Here's a link to Lion Brand yarn and their free crochet patterns:
I am looking for crochet pattern for adolescent girl's hats.
Kookiep from Old Bridge, NJ
By Brenda (Guest Post)11/30/2006
Check out www.crochetpatterncentral.com
I find lots of patterns there.
I am fairly new to crocheting and I want to crochet my son a hat that has a 5 point star as the crown of the hat. How do I crochet between the tips of the star?
By Julie G. 11/12/2013
You could do either of the following:
yarn for the crown=A
yarn between the tips=B
1. after crocheting the first row of the first tip, tie and knot the B onto the yarn of the last stitch of A and make stitch(es) with B. Take up the A and crochet the first row of the next tip. Take up B and so on. For row 2 of the crown tips take up the A crochet the 2nd row of the 1st tip, take up the B yarn to your next tip base. Take up the A yarn and so on, row after row.
Just make sure you know which side will be the outside of cap
2. You could always cut yarn A when you attached yarn B(cut B and knot or tie to A), crochet to next place for next tip. Attach yarn A til you crochet to where you need to attach to yarn B again and so on row after row.
The 2nd idea is more neat because you can get a plastic crochet needle and weave in the ends without them being seen on outside of cap.
In the late 1970s, probably '75 or '76, I made a crocheted hat from a pattern on the wrap strip of Aunt Lydia's Rug Yarn. I think it may have been called a "cloche", but none of the patterns I find on-line are quite the same.
The pattern used 2 different colors of yarn and I would like to find it to make again. It was a style that really suited my face. In the intervening years, and many moves, the original hat I made is long gone. Anyone out there have old wrap sleeves from Aunt Lydia's yarn that might be able to help me?
By Melody B-H from Oak Ridge, TN
By Jana J.12/30/2012
I'm looking for that pattern too! And you're correct, they called it a "cloche". I do hope we can locate it.