When I first created this beanie, I have an image on my mind. I knew the colours I wanted to use. I started to make it and I shared a photo on Instagram while I was still halfway. One of my Insta friend (@aznhypergirl) said ” Such Twin Peaks vibes!!!” And we found this crochet hat’s name like that.
I used 3 different colour to make this hat. You can change the colour as you want and create your own style. Although it does not look like, the stitch I use is quite easy. I hope you like this hat as much as I do.
Pattern is written for teen size. There are also sizes included for adult women and adult men in the brackets in every places where the measurement comes in. And you can also easily customise the hat for any sizes by just altering the numbers:)
Hook: 4.5mm(brim)& 5mm for the body
Yarn: 4ply wool, 3 different colours of your choice
Pom pom maker
Sc- Single crochet
Sc dec-Single crochet decrease
Dc- double crochet
Dec 2 tog- decrease 2 stitches together
sl st -Slip stitch
Changing Color always change color on the last step of your last st before color change. Insert your hk into the first st of your rnd, drop your working yarn, yo with your new color and pull through all lps on hk (sl st join and color change complete). For the pattern, I like to drag up my colors. Do not cut your yarn when you’ve changed color so that when you’re ready to use the color again you can just pull it up.
Row 1– ch 11, sc on to the 2nd ch( in the back bump loop only) and continue in to every bump loop. Tot 10 st.
Row 2 to 64( 72, 80)– ch1, sc in to each of every st( back loop only). Tot 10 st.
To close the brim:
Drop the woking loop, insert the hook on to the last st as same as the working loop row, pull through the yarn and ch 1. Insert the hook in to the nxt 2 loops from the front end and only the back loop from the back end and sl st.
Continue to sl st to close the brim.
Row 1 (col A)- sc in to each row of the brim. Trim off the yarn. Tot 64 sts ( 72, 80).
Row 2-3 ( col B)- ch 1 , sc( always start from the same st as ch st) in to each st. Do not cut the yarn since we will use it again. Tot 64 sts(72,80)
Row 4 (col C)- ch1, sc, yo and skp 2 sc , insert the hook in the 3rd sc of 1st row [in the rest of the pattern we shall call this st as a bottom st to avoid confusions]. Make a dc. Sc in nxt top st( skp the st behind the dc)
skp 1 bottom st and DC in to the nxt bottom st. Sc in the nxt top st( skp the st behind the dc). Dc in to the same bottom st as the previous stitch to create the “V”. Skp the top st behind the dc and sc in to the nxt top st. Skp one bottom st and dc in to nxt bottom st, 1st set is completed.
Complete the row with the same pattern and f/o with sl st.
Row 5– ch 1, turn your work,(work on the back side this helps to keep the “V” straight), sc in to every st.
Row 6(col b )- ch1 and turn the work( bring the col B yarn inside to avoid the yarn showing up on the front side), sc in to same st as sl st and repeat the same pattern as Row 5. Refer the below pictures for the stitches clarification.
Complete row,f/o with sl st.
Row 7– ch 1, turn your work,(work on the back side to keep the “V” straight), sc in to every st.
*repeat row 4 and row 5 pattern until you reach the desired length( kids 8”/adult 9-10” including the brim). Need not to turn the work when you do the final round of single crochet
[ NOTE: The last two rows work with 4.5mm hook so that the hat end gets slightly tapered to the end]
Trim off the col C yarn and work with col B
NOTE: to make a decrease, insert the hook in to the front loop of the sc, without yo insert the hook into the nxt front loop, now yo and pull through two loops, yo and pull through 2 loops.
Drawing yarn in two front loops
Dec row 1: ch 1, sc ,dec 2 tog ( as stated above) , sc , dec 2 tog * repeat the pattern till end of the row. F/o with sl st
Dec row 2: ch 1, dec 2 tog( as stated) to complete the row. F/o with sl st. Cut off the yarn. Sew the top end of the hat with a running st and pull the yarn tight to close the the hat. Fasten off the yarn
Make a pom pom with colA and sew it to the top if the hat
Your twin peaks hat is done:)
That’s the end. Happy crocheting!
Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by Sindhuja Bala
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