Tunisian Crochet Pointy Pompom Hat


Tunisian Crochet Pointy Pompom Hat

Tunisian Crochet Pointy Pompom Hat
Tunisian Crochet Pointy Pompom Hat

You've probably heard of the Tunisian stitch, and perhaps you've even tried your hand at creating a few items with it, too. But what about using this elegant and gorgeous style of stitch to crochet hats for everyone in your family? The Tunisian Crochet Pointy Pompom Hat incorporates this style of stitch in a whimsical hat design that everyone will love. From the point on the top of the hat to the pair of pompoms on the earflaps, this pattern is easy to follow and will result in some much-appreciated winter gear.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Blogger used Purl Soho’s Worsted Twist or Worsted Twist Heather, 100% merino wool, in Pink Peony, Mixed Berry, Pink Grapefruit, Paprika Red, and Gray Fig
  • J (6 mm) afghan crochet hook
  • J/10 or 6 mm hook (optional)
  • Pompom maker

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Gnomes with pom poms. When I see the little ones wearing this Tunisian crochet pointy pompom hat is what I think about. They are so adorable and I am sure the kids will love it. The pompoms always go over with children. I am sure this hat will not mysteriously disappear when it is time to leave the house.

I have yet to purchase a Tunisian hook. I am forever seeing beautiful patterns that this crochet stitch is being used and I often more than not save the pattern to my folders. Because this pattern will not require a long time to complete, I select it to be the pattern to create a Tunisian item. I know just the couple of kids to gift it to. They live up North and will get a lot of use from these.

I love the Tunisian crochet stitches and this Tunisian Crochet Pointy Pompom Hat is so unique looking, I have to make it. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow. I like the different sizes and can make one to fit everyone in the family. There use to be a TV show called the cone heads and these hats remind me of that show. These are a must make and on my list. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I love to work the Tunisian crochet, but that term Gobelin Stitch really threw me. Thank goodness for search engines because I quickly found out Ive been working it by another name all along. I havent started yet, but I want to play around with changing colors on this one. Of course, the first one Ill need to make is solid red to honor the Tomten that live at our house.

I have heard about Tunisian crochet, but I have yet to make anything using that stitching. These hats are very cute. I was going to ask how you got your pom poms to even, but I see in the directions that you call for a pom pom making machine so that answers that question.


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