Fallen Leaves Slouch Hat


If you're looking for an easy one skein project, take a look at this crochet slouchy beanie pattern. This Fallen Leaves Slouch Hat pattern as written is a one skein project, but it can use more yarn if you want to make it more slouchy. This crochet beanie uses a delicate diamond lacework pattern all around with a more structured stitch for the brim. The crochet instructions are easily written out, so it's great for a beginner. Add a button to the brim for a fun fall accent.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love the diamond lacework used for this pattern. I am surprised that this can be completed in a single skein. That is what I call a cost effective crochet project. I love the little added accent button. That makes it your own.

This is one of the first slouchie hats I ever made for myself, and I absolutely love it. I worked this in tan for myself to match my winter coat, but a friend of mine saw it and requested it in maroon (one of her school colors). If ever there was a pattern thats a delight to work up, its this one. Thanks for including this project in the Aretha Franklin collection.

This is one of those great last minute gifts because it is quick and doesn't use more than a skein of yarn. I love the stitch pattern. It looks like little flowing flowers. It is cute and stylish making it a perfect accessory, especially for the fall weather.and to the person who asked, csdc stands for chainless starting double crochet.

What a darling hat and I love the name Fallen leaves. Perfect hat for the fall Pumpkin patch. I can't wait to work up a few of these. There are so amazing fall multi-colored yarns out and I am going to use those to make this little delicate beauty up

This Fallen Leaves Slouch Hat is so feminine, thanks to the type of stitch used. I'm used to seeing slouch hats made of double crochets, and other non-lace looking hats but this one really caught my eye. This pattern will also look so chic in other solid colors or in a multicolored yarn. This slouch hat's thickness is enough protection for the cold fall and winter months. Thanks for the free pattern.

I did it and it turned out really nice.

what does csdc stand for?


I just finished this slouchy hat and it's huge!!! It looks like a big thigh sock!! I'm very disappointed. I'll try a smaller needle and different yarn. I did not use bulky just regular red heart yarn.


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