Beautiful knit look chunky crochet hat pattern that is simple to make. It works up super fast so it would make a great handmade present.
I feel like this blog post should come with a health warning! Please do not open or read this blog post if you are of addictive nature, mainly to super soft and squishy things…
Do not blame me if you are on self imposed yarn ban and you have just fallen off of the wagon! I’ve warned you…
Quite a while ago now, I got my hands on some lovely squishiness which goes by name The Wool from We Are Knitters. And yes it has a name! Believe it or not, but trust me on this. It kind of feels like I’ve been delivered a kitten… Yes you’ve heard right- a kitten.
Yarn I Used For My Chunky Crochet Hat
It’s seriously soft and squishy stuff. It is made from 100% Peruvian Highland Wool and it comes in 200 grams ball which is roughly as big as my head….or a kitten…
I’ve begrudged opening this ball and using it because I’ve spent about a week staring at it, stroking it, cuddling it and taking about hundred pictures of it… similar stuff to what you do when you get a new kitten… (you can see a theme developing here, right?)
This wool is super chunky and the recommended needle size is 10 mm according to the label. I used 12 mm crochet hook and I’ve decided to make a chunky crochet hat for myself.
The yarn is a fabulous to work with, no splitting and it is easy to rip back if you need to. It feels lovely but kind of “raw” at the same time. It literally feels like you’ve been transported to Peru and you are stood at a lovely green pasture somewhere high in mountains stroking an alpaca.
Free Chunky Crochet Hat Pattern
I’m going to share a free pattern for a lovely chunky crochet hat I made using this wool.
I was aiming for a simple “knit look” hat which works up superfast but it look like you’ve spent ages making it. This would make a great Christmas present. Secondly, it would be a perfect craft stall best seller as it works up fast.
I finished off my chunky crochet hat with a faux fur pom pom. However, this is completely optional, I think it finishes it off just right.
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- The Wool from We Are Knitters (super chunky wool roving; 100% Peruvian wool; 80 metres per 200g ball) x 1 ball in Grey (L613)
- 12 mm crochet hook
- yarn needle
- faux fur pom pom (optional)
50 cm head circumference x 22 cm hat height
6 ws stitches x 10 rounds measures 10 x 10 cm
STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS (US CROCHET TERMS)
sc- single crochet
BLO- working the stitches into back loop only
sl st- slip stitch
sc2tog- single crochet the following 2 stitches together
ws – waistcoat stitch – single crochet worked through the “V” at the front rather than the top loops of the stitch
CHUNKY CROCHET HAT PATTERN NOTES
- the hat is worked bottom up
- the pattern starts with the hat brim which is worked in short rows, this is joined into a circle to create a brim
- you then work the main body into the long edge of the brim in rounds
- it uses the waistcoat stitch whic creates knit look hat
- the top is finished of by decrease round
CHUNKY CROCHET HAT MAIN PATTERN
With 12 mm hook chain 6.
Row 1: starting in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in each ch across [5 sc]
Row 2: 1 ch, 1 sc, 3 sc in BLO, 1 sc in last st. [5 sc]
Row 3- Row 31: rep Row 2.
Do not fasten off.
Fold the long strip in half and slip stitch together to form a ring. Do not fasten off.
Continue working across the long edge.
Rnd 1: 1 ch (doesn’t count as a st throughout), 1 sc into end st of each row, sl st to 1st st. [30 sc]
Rnd 2: 1 ch, 1 ws into each st around, sl st to 1st st. [30 ws]
Rnd 3- Rnd 8: repeat Rnd 2
Rnd 9: 1 ch, (3 ws, 1 sc2tog inserting hook into “v” of sc) rep 6 times, sl st to 1st st. [24 ws]
Rnd 10: rep Rnd 2. [24 ws]
Rnd 11: 1 ch, (2 ws, 1 sc2tog inserting hook into “v” of sc) 6 times, sl st to 1st st. [18 ws]
Rnd 12: 1 ch, (1 ws, 1 sc2tog inserting hook into “v” of dc) 6 times, sl st to 1st st. [12 ws]
Rnd 13: 1 ch, 6 sc2tog in BLO. [6 sc]
Fasten off leaving longer tail to sew up the little opening.
THIS PATTERN WAS DESIGNED AND WRITTEN BY VERONIKA CROMWELL OF BLUE STAR CROCHET COMPANY. PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL AND DO NOT SHARE, COPY, ALTER OR RESELL THIS PATTERN IN PART OR IN FULL AS YOUR OWN. YOU CAN SELL FINISHED ITEMS PRODUCED FROM THIS PATTERN WITH A LINK TO THE ORIGINAL PATTERN AND CREDIT TO ME AS THE DESIGNER. THANK YOU.
I hope you enjoy this quick chunky crochet hat pattern. Why not share it with your crafty friends too? Do not forget to pin it to your favourite Pinterest Board.
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4 thoughts on “Chunky Crochet Hat Pattern – A Shade of Grey”
Friday October 1, 2021
Hi Veronika! Thank you for all your wonderful crochet patterns. I love the chunky yarn hat and will be looking forward to crocheting this, with the cooler weather coming soon.
Yours in Crochet, Barbara D
You are very welcome, I am glad you enjoy them!
Thank you So much!! How generous for you to share all of these
you are welcome!