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Lickity Split Slouchy Beanie

Updated September 05, 2018
Lickity Split Slouchy Beanie
Lickity Split Slouchy Beanie

The Lickity Split Slouchy Beanie works up super fast using worsted weight yarn in any color. This free crochet hat pattern is especially unique because it's so easy to customize. You can simply add or subtract rows to make it more or less slouchy. Four different crochet stitches are used to create the interesting texture, and two cute buttons add a nice touch, as well. This free crochet hat pattern includes four different sizes to choose from.

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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Moogly! Moogly! Moogly! Got to love ya Moogly! They have those links and tutorials right where you need them. I'm supposed to be going to a women's spring meeting that we do a "fashion show" at and this spring's topic is a hat that we make or decorate or make and decorate. I think this pattern fits that bill quite nicely. I've even been collecting some very cute buttons that fit this occasion as well.

I really like the look of this pattern. The instructions look well written and even have links to video instructions for some stitches. The cold weather has arrived in NYC and you can never have too many hats. I usually make a matching hat and scarf or cowl for each outfit, if I can, this will be great. I know a few friends will want one too. Different buttons for each will make it one of a kind. Thank you.

What a interesting hat pattern this Lickity Split Slouchy Beanie is. With all the different textures in this one it will be so different. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow and there are great pictures showing how to do the braided rows that are unexpected. I'm looking forward to making this one and look stylish. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet hat pattern.

I love the color of this hat and the fun braided rows add great interest. Her finishing touch is the addition of two cute novelty buttons on the side. You can omit them if you desire a more masculine hat. I see it only requires up to 200 yards of the yarn. I am not sure how many yards come in one skein, though. Could I make the matching gloves or mitts with the same skein?

Moogly refers to this hat as the Ups and Downs crochet slouchy beanie. It is a super easy and a super cute hat to make. The designer is great and I love all of her other patterns. Those buttons are great little accent pieces for this hat. I am going to try to find some just like these.

Dont be intimidated by the complicated look of this project. I love this hat pattern and have gotten so many comments on it! I made the first one in taupe for myself and still havent added the buttons. I made the second one in mauve pink for a niece who is severely autistic. She loves feeling textures, so it was perfect for her (I added bobbles instead of buttons). I havent made one for a while, so Im thrilled to discover my old favorite again!

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