Canada Toque


Canada Toque

Canada Toque
Canada Toque

"The Canada Toque is worked using the knit or waistcoat stitch. It is made with a worsted weight yarn (I used Bernat Premium by Yarnspirations) and a 6 mm crochet hook. Under the pattern I’ve provided tips on how to adjust the size should you like it larger. The hat is worked in one piece (excluding the Pom-Pom), and the brim is double thick making it great for our Canadian Winters. A coloured chart is provided to help you with the colour work."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge13 sts x 18 rows = 4 inches

Finished SizeApproximately 10 inches tall (excluding Pom-Pom), 23 inches circumference

Materials List

  • Main Colour (Colour A): 1 ball Bernat Premium™, colour Black (100% Acrylic; 198g / 7 oz, 329 meters / 360 yards; weight: 4 – Medium – Worsted)
  • ontrasting colour (Colour B): 1 ball Bernat Premium™, colour Red (100% Acrylic; 198g / 7 oz, 329 meters / 360 yards; weight: 4 – Medium – Worsted)
  • Contrasting colour (Colour C): 1 ball Bernat Premium™, colour White (100% Acrylic; 198g / 7 oz, 329 meters / 360 yards; weight: 4 – Medium – Worsted)
  • 6 mm (US 10/J) crochet hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Stitch Marker


attern is written in American English terms. – Pattern is worked in rounds. – Join not join at the end of a round unless otherwise stated. Instead use a stitch marker to mark the first stitch and move it up as your work progresses.


For the hat brim, when working through both thickness, at the front of the hat you will work as you would through the knit stitch, then pick up the corresponding stitch of the foundation row now on the inside of the hat, working through the top loops you would normally work through for an sc. – While working the graph, you may crochet over the non-working yarn, or carry it behind your work.

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I adore the look of this hat. I was thinking maybe it was inspired by our recent Olympic Winter Games? Either way, this hat has a very professional looking quality about it. I mean, it looks like it was machine made! That knit stitch is a fun one to do. I am adding this one to my list of "want to try"s.

I continue to be amazed by this designers talent with color work as well as her generosity. She could easily sell these patterns online but has chosen to allow everyone free access. Her instructions are outstanding, her charts are perfect, and detailed notes enlightening. Ive already worked up one version of this toque and cant wait to start on the next.


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