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Funky Hat



The name doesn't lie. If you want to get yourself noticed, use this free crochet Funky Hat pattern to make yourself one of the trendiest caps you can find. It has a cute little brim and fits in an oversized fashion, so it ends up being super stylish overall. The swirl pattern seen from behind also gives a unique feel to this crochet hat. Don't let yourself pass up this super nifty crochet hat pattern that works perfectly for both any season and any style.

Funky Hat
Funky Hat
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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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Oct 3, 2012

Ok.. I am making this hat! I'm on the part where it says to stitch until 18 st remain.. does that mean to stitch 18, or does the holes left have to be 18? thanks for any help in advance it will be greatly appreciated!


Sep 13, 2012

I found this hat pattern years ago on your personal website, and am very glad to see it on AllFreeCrochet! This was my first hat, and it turned out just amazingly well! I am so glad I found it again, because I am going to make some in different yarns (I used a bulky grey and white verigated yarn with a little mohair in it for the first one). When the pattern clicks in your brain you don't have to pay much attention - just stitch and go. Again , I am very glad to find this hat again!!! Also - I used some yarn to put a bow on the side of the brim and its just awesomely cute! The colors you used make it funky, but when its toned down a little its a very trendy newsboy cap.


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Oct 4, 2011

I am making caps for chemo patients and I am using 100% cotton yarn (like Peaches & Cream). My question is, how do I adapt this pattern (or any for that matter) to that size yarn? The ones I have made so far are much smaller than the original pattern size.


Jul 31, 2011

is there any way to find out what all these crocheting meansings are like dec sv ss etc ?


Jun 20, 2011

@morning: In order to decrease this hat for the band around the forehead, you will need to reduce the number of stitches that you make every round. Instead of crocheting in every single stitch, you will crochet in 11 stitches, then skip one and begin crocheting again in the next stitch. Repeat this for the entire row. Continue to decrease in this manner for the next several rows until your hat is 6-inches in diameter. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet


Jun 17, 2011

i am brand new to crocheting and need a little help with this. the end of this pattern directions says: begin decreasing by skipping every 12th st. to 6 inches (or desired head size). what does that mean? i mean how many rows am i suppose to do while skipping? how do i measure to 6 inches? need help with this please!! thanks!!!


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