Valentines Slouchy Crochet Hat Pattern
Valentines is just around the corner and I am always ready for some theme patterns and ideas. I’m not sure what my boyfriend has planned, but I think this slouchy crochet hat pattern will work with almost everything – unless we go to an impromptu ball but I don’t really see that happening.
I am not the biggest fan of valentines day. I know I have a boyfriend and the day will be fun – but it won’t be any different for us. Wanna know the real story for why I don’t like valentines day?
Picture it, 5th grade, I am wearing a headband with hearts on it and the boy I had a crush on did NOT have a valentine for me! I mean I was crushed. I made his with glitter and an extra Dove chocolate bar, and he didn’t even have one for me!? Bye Felicia!
Okay, that wasn’t that big of a deal, but it did happen ! I really just think if you love someone, show them in small ways every single day and don’t wait for February to show them. And honey, if you’re reading this I DO NOT WANT A 100 POUND BEAR! I think that is the biggest waste of space and money. (but if I had a daughter who wanted one you better believe I will get it for her…)
So, as you probably guessed it, this is not a valentine specific hat pattern, but the colors I chose are soft pastel purple and a bright baby pink so I thought they would work well with the upcoming holiday but obviously feel free to look into your own color patterns!
What You Need
Two Colors they are noted as A and B
Crochet Hook: Size H (5.00mm)
If you’ve never done a cluster stitch here is a break down of it for you,
Chain 2, *yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, pull through first two stitches*, repeat from * to * twice more, yarn over and pull through all stitches on hook. Chain one and repeat from *
With Color A Chain 7,
Row 1: Half-Double Crochet (HDC) in second stitch from hook and all the way across, chain 1 turn (6 sts)
Row 2: HDC in back loops of each stitch across, chain 1 turn
Repeat Row 2 until band can fit around your head,
Slip stitch or sew your band together, and HDC in each stitch across for your first round.
Round 2: With color B, HDC in each stitch across, join
Round 3: With color A, HDC in each stitch across, join
Round 4: With color B, HDC in each stitch across, join,
Round 5: With color A, cluster all the way around, join.
Round 6: With color B, HDC in each stitch across, join.
Repeat pattern until desired length and begin decreasing with the HDC rows, fasten off and weave in your ends!
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