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Stylish way to keep your head warm!
I love these hats! They're so much fun and I love making my own so I can pick out the colour and size :-) The pattern will come soon... it's SUPER easy!

Posted by Jessica Evelyn from Atlanta, Georgia, United States • Published See Jessica Evelyn's 12 projects »
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  • Step 1

    I made up the pattern so you may have to tweak the pattern for your specifications :-)

    Ch 53 (make sure you measure this around your head to ensure the fit you want)

    Row 1: Dc in each ch

    Rows 2-5: dc in each st

    Join the two ends by sowing or using a single crochet stitch. You should now have a head band.

    Rows 6: ch 1 *(3 dc in the first st, skip next stitch) * repeat to the end of the row

    Rows 7-10: Repeat row 6 ( you can add more rows if you want more slouch to your hat)

    The rest of the pattern is flexible and is played by ear a bit… but here’s the general idea…

    Continue repeating Row 6 EXCEPT decrease 1 st by skipping a 3 dc space. (So, you’re skipping 3 spaces)

    Decrease 1 st every quarter of the way around the hat.

    You’ll find after about 4-5 rows, the hat is significantly smaller. You want to start making more decreasing stitches as you come to a close of your slouchy hat.

    To finish off your hat make one last single stitch to close the opening of your hat. Pull your yarn all the way through and weave it into surrounding stitches.

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Marge H.
Marge H. · Paola, Kansas, US
I am making this hat right now...looks like rows 7 thru 10 should be worked in space not stitch.
There should be a ch 2 turn after each row also.
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cinnamon_grrl
cinnamon_grrl
Very lovely! I'm looking to make gifts for some older women for xmas and this is elegant enough for them and still cute enough for me. (^-^)b
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Franisima c.
Franisima c. · Viña del Mar, Valparaiso, CL
thx Happy
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Jessica Evelyn
Jessica Evelyn · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 12 projects
I believe I used a G or an H.
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Franisima c.
Franisima c. · Viña del Mar, Valparaiso, CL
what hook size did you use ?
thx for sharing!
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Baba Boop
Baba Boop · Bunker Hill, West Virginia, US
When are you posting the pattern I want one of these to make...
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Jessica Evelyn
Jessica Evelyn · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 12 projects
I'll probably write it out and post sometime this week... so keep your eyes pealed Happy
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rabbitje
rabbitje · Nederland, Colorado, US · 41 projects
hey I love your hat can you post an how to
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rabbitje
rabbitje · Nederland, Colorado, US · 41 projects
hey I love your hat can you post an how to
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