Double Brimmed Hat

Double Brimmed Hat

Double Brimmed Hat
Double Brimmed Hat

"Learn how to make a Double Brimmed Hat with this free tutorial. Follow along with the pictures to make this easy extra warm hat. The pattern comes in 3 sizes so you can find the size right for your needs. The hat is made with your favorite worsted weight yarn and a size H hook. Someone who is just learning to crochet can make this pattern. If you can sc and dc then this hat is for you."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge18 st, and 24 rows equals 4 inches

Finished Size16, 18, and 20 inch circumference

Materials List

  • any worsted weight yarn

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I can understand the confusion about why this project is called a Double Brimmed. We tend to use the term brim to indicate both a ribbed bottom of a hat as well as something wider that sticks out (think cowboy hat), As you skim through the photos, you can easily see what the designer means. Im not sure what else to call it other than a Double Brimmed Toque.

The designer and blogger of this cute hat states These hats are much easier to make than you think. If you can single crochet and double crochet then you can make this hat. The pattern is available for free via the get pattern link show above or she you could get a paid pdf version that is ad free from her on Ravelry.

I feel silly. I did not know what she meant when she said this was a double brim hat! I read through the entire pattern, along with the pictures, when I discovered why she named it the "double brim" hat. It is double thickness! usually you see a single layer of the ribbed strip all the way around the beanie. This one is doubled over long ways on itself.


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