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Men's Fast and Easy Cap



Looking for a quick crochet project to give as a gift for those colder, hat wearing months? This Men's Fast and Easy Cap is the ideal project for any crocheter. The name says it all- it's fast, easy, and will keep anyone's head warm and toasty. Crochet Patterns are far too often very specific to females, so make your man feel just as special this holiday with a homemade gift. Work up these bright colors or choose his favorites for this easy crochet hat.

Men's Fast and Easy Cap
Men's Fast and Easy Cap
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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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Feb 24, 2012

When I click on crochet pattern, I never see the pattern. See only edible pattern.


Jan 25, 2012

With the help of some wonderful people on Ravelry I have found the answer to my problem. For anyone else who wants to try this cap, Row 16 seems to have been written for left handers. It will work for right handers if you just do the stitch in the usual direction(towards the left rather than the right). There is a tutorial for how to do this in two different ways here: Margaret.


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Jan 24, 2012

I found the body of the cap to be "easy", but it wasn't easy to do the double crochet backwards! Is this a regular stitch? I looked for tutorials but couldn't find any with any names I could think of describing it. Mine doesn't look like the one in the pic. I didn't have any trouble with the crab stitch though. By the say, craftown do not feature this cap under free patterns Hats. :(


Aug 26, 2011

@Frances P, To view the full pattern for this project, please click on the link that says "click here for crochet pattern." A new window will open up, and perhaps a pop-up ad, as well. First, please click the white "close" link in the top right hand corner to close the pop-up ad if it appears. Then, you will find yourself at the original designer's website (, and the pattern will be right there, in full, on the site. Hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeCrochet


Aug 26, 2011

It doesn't work, I've tried several times. It goes away and then comes back. I tried to print the pattern and when it was finished printing, it had the nextog hat commercial on top of the pattern. It just won't go away. Thanks, Pat


Aug 15, 2011

Hi dinorah1951 6267108, The Craft Town pop-up is easy to close. Just click the white "close" link in the top right hand corner and the pattern will be underneath it. Thanks! -Editors of AllFreeCrochet


Aug 13, 2011

What's the use of your free paterns if most are blocked by an adv picture, making impossible to print? Thanks, Dinorah


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