Crochet Plaid Hat With Written Pattern And Video Tutorial

Who doesn’t like to wear a warm beanie on cold winter days? I love that.
In addition to keeping us warm, hats are the most important accessories that complement our style. Especially homemade ones. You can use the colors you want and you can get a shabby chic or elegant look.

The design of this hat is quite special. I love to see the plaid pattern on clothes. Its texture also adds a different style to the hat.

I used 3 different colour to make this hat. You can change the colour as you want and create your own style. The stitch I use is quite easy. I hope you like this hat as much as I do.

Size 4 yarn
1 ball of white, 1 ball of light grey, 1 ball of dark grey
4.5mm and 5mm hook
Pom pom
Tapestry needle

Stitches used
Back loop only: blo
Chain: ch
Double crochet: dc
Double crochet two together: dc2tog
Half double crochet: hdc
Slip stitch: ss
Skip stitch: sk

On row 1 of the top of the hat you will join on the light grey yarn by tying it onto the tail of the white. You will be starting with the white so carry on the grey with you, always keep your carry on yarn in the inside of the hat. With each colour you will be doing 6 sts, before you finish off the 6th st grab the other colour and finish the st off. For the first row you should have 3 sts in between each ridge

Where you see the word ​turn​ it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.

Back Bar

Joining two sides of brim.​ Fold over length ways with your last worked row on the bottom and the first lined up on top. Working from right to left insert your hook into the first st of the top row and pull the loop from last worked st through ch1, *(insert hook into both loops of the same st and into the blo, of the first st on the bottom row and ss)** repeat From * to ** into each st across.

Row 1.​ Starting with white yarn ch25, sk first st. 1 hdc in each back bar across.
Row 2.​ Ch1, 1 hdc in blo of each st across.
Row 3-48.​ Repeat row 2
See notes for joining two sides together.

Row 1.​ (​Top of hat see notes​) Ch1,* (1sc, 1dc, 1sc, 1dc, 1sc, 1 dc, before finishing the last bit of the last dc change colour)** repeat across ss into first st.
Row 2.​ Continue with same colour, ch1 and turn, *(1sc, 1dc, 1sc, 1dc, 1sc, 1 dc, before finishing the last bit of the last dc change colour)** repeat across ss into first st.
Row 3-6. ​Repeat row 2
Row 7. ​Cut white yarn and join dark grey yarn. The light grey will be going into the white and the dark grey going into the light grey. Ch1 and turn, *(1sc, 1dc, 1sc, 1dc, 1sc, 1 dc, before finishing the last bit of the last dc change colour)** repeat across ss into first st.
Row 8-12.​ Repeat row 2.

Cut dark grey yarn and add white yarn. Light grey will be on the dark grey and the white on the light grey.
Row 13-19.​ Repeat row 2 Your piece should measure 11 inches from start to last row. Cut light grey yarn
Row 20.​ Decrease Ch2, and turn, dc2tog around ss into first st.
Row 21. ​Ch2, don’t turn, dc2tog around ss into first st, ch1 and cut yarn leaving a long tail.

Closing hat
Thread tapestry needle with tail and weave around all the stitches then pull closed. Insert needle into the inside of hat and do a few stitches to close tie a knot or two and weave in end. Add pom pom if you have any tails left weave them in and you are done.

Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by  Rachel Websdale (rachelweb31)

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Hi. I'm Pınar. I'm 36 years old crochet designer from Turkey. I share all my free crochet patterns here. I like to make almost everyting but especially blankets and hats. I hope you like my projects.

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