Beach Pebbles Hat Pattern

Beach Pebbles Hat Pattern

Beach Pebbles Hat Pattern
Beach Pebbles Hat Pattern

"Crocheted using simple popcorn stitches in a soft and pretty yarn, the Beach Pebbles Hat is beautiful. It was a joy to crochet. The pattern itself is simple to crochet and you will be able to relax and watch Netflix while you work on it :) I have included 2 sizes - adult small and medium - but the hat truly is easy to resize. The stitch multiple is in the pattern instructions. I love the yarn (Hopscotch) for the color and the texture. I am actually working on a blanket with it right now in a different color. It is so beautiful to work with. You can easily make the slouch hat less slouchy by working fewer repeat rounds mid hat :) My sisters both like slouchy hats though so they can fit their messy buns inside them during the winter months."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4 stitches and 8 rows = 4 inches
in 4 sets of (popcorn, hdc, hdc)

Finished SizeAdult

Materials List

  • Red Heart Hopscotch Yarn - 2 balls

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I just love the lumpy bumpy texture of this hat. I always try to find a few new patterns to work up for myself, but I have a feeling that once my granddaughters see this one, Ill be working up a few more. I usually encourage them to make things for themselves, but theyre all back in school now. The deal is they have to buy the yarn that way they can decide what to match themselves.

A great looking hat! It's just as much function as it is fun and stylish! I like that I can customize the slouch to suit my personal taste. Now this hat is started by working the ribbed band firstly, then you begin to work all the way around it, round and round for the body of the hat. save a length of yarn at the end to pull your hat securely closed. Even better with a big ole pom pom!


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