November Twilight Crochet Slouch Hat Pattern


November Twilight Crochet Slouch Hat Pattern

November Twilight Crochet Slouch Hat Pattern
November Twilight Crochet Slouch Hat Pattern

"Crochet a soft, warm, winter slouch hat that's rustic, but still feminine with this easy pattern! Frost and snow are in the air, and this slouch hat would make a great Christmas gift because of how simple it is to crochet!  Textured stitches create interest--silvery shadows of trees and mountains--and keep the project fun, while a fur pom-pom adds that extra special touch (instructions for making your own faux fur pom-pom are linked at the bottom of the pattern so you can make one just like it)!"

NotesSince I can't stand anything tight around my head the band is very loose and stretchy. If you have a smaller head or prefer a tighter fit for your hat you will want to omit a few rows from the band. This is very easy to do just as long as you maintain the same stitch count number the pattern calls for in the first round, worked along the edge of the band rows. Pattern body is worked in multiples of 4.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge16 hdc in 4″ using 5mm hook.

Finished SizeAdult: 10” wide at widest point x 11” tall, excluding pom-pom

Materials List

  • 4mm (G) hook, or hook needed to obtain gauge - band
  • 5mm (H) hook, or hook needed to obtain gauge - hat body
  • 300 yards #4 worsted weight Caron Simply Soft in "Grey Heather"
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • ¼ yard piece of light grey faux fur fabric
  • Heavy-duty button thread
  • Golf-ball sized piece of polyester stuffing
  • Sewing needle

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I adore hats with detailed texture like this one. The designer states that she came up with the pattern for her 12 year old son, but its still feminine enough for a female to wear. The Cross Stitch is the trickiest one called for, and the designer explains it very well. She also includes a video tutorial for the faux fur pom. Thats a new one on me!

I keep finding more and more new patterns for slouchy hats and faux fur pom-poms! I am not complaining. This gives me many options to choose from. That way, my friends won't all get the exact same hat from me. Who else is a fan of the Caron Simply Soft yarns? It is a great choice for a slouchy hat as it has superior drape and softness.

I think I actually like the Caron SS better than the Red Heart. You can make it even softer by using the fabric softener treatment, too.


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