Staghorn Slouch (with Messy Bun Version)

Staghorn Slouch (with Messy Bun Version)

Staghorn Slouch (with Messy Bun Version)
Staghorn Slouch with Messy Bun Version

"The Staghorn Slouch features two cable motifs, worked from the brim up - for your very own set of very chic antlers! With both pom and messy bun versions to choose from, it might just be your favorite hat this season! The Staghorn Slouch takes just one skein of yarn, and with just the two repeating cables, it works up in plenty of time for your next venture outdoors. With 3 sizes to choose from, you can make matching crochet hats for the family! Instructions for all three sizes are listed in the pattern as Child(Small, Large). Sizes are based on measurements provided by the Craft Yarn Council."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge12 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches
in hdc

Finished SizeChild (18"); Small Adult (21"); Large Adult (23")

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This Staghorn Slouch (with Messy Bun Version) pattern is great! This is one that everyone in the family would love to wear. The patterns are well written and easy to follow and understand. I think the cable pattern is so cute, and I can make a messy bun hat too. Happy!!! This will make a great gift for all. I was glad to see a print tab at the bottom of the page to save this one. I'll be making these for sure. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet hat pattern.

There are so many things I'm loving about this hat, from the neutral color to the pom pom to the unique texture! It's definitely going to be replacing my other winter beanies, that's for sure.

This hat is just stunning, and because its worked from the bottom up, thats what makes it ideal for a messy bun hat, too. So I wasnt in the least surprised that this clever project is from Tamara at Mooglyblog. Done, dusted and printed off (sadly no .pdf option is available at this time otherwise it would be loaded straight to my tablet).

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