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In a Spiral Crochet Hat Pattern

If you’re looking for an elegant womens hat crochet pattern, then you’ve found it. This spiral crochet hat pattern is worked in two colors, has a slight slouch and can be modified for a comfortable fit.

The two colors give you a beautiful color tone. As for the stitch pattern, it has a slight texture on the wrong side of the fabric, which you could actually use as the right side if you wanted to…. for something different.

It is the perfect crochet hat for all types of weather to keep warm and cozy. And it’ll be much appreciated by the recipients, should you choose to make this as a gift.

In a Spiral Hat
In a Spiral Hat

Finished Size

I made several hats with this design. And it’s amazing what you can do simply by switching up your crochet hooks. If worked using only one size hook throughout you get a nice beanie hat, and if worked with a smaller hook at the brim you get a slightly slouchy hat.

My first hat was made with a 4.00mm throughout the whole pattern. This is the tan and black beanie. It fits me perfectly! It’s a bit tight, but still nice in my opinion.

The black and grey was crocheted with a 5.50mm and it’s slightly bigger. Then for a brim I switched back to a 4.00mm to make it fit me. You can use any hook that you need to customize the size.

If you want to make adjustments at the crown diameter, you can do so. This crochet hat size chart is there as a reference guide.

The Yarn

The crochet hat pattern is worked with two colors of Caron Simply Soft. It is a medium worsted weight yarn. Although acrylic, it is super strong, yet soft and perfect for anything that you plan on wearing. On top of that, it washes well and is easy on the wallet.

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Pattern Notes

This crochet spiral hat pattern is started off with two colors in the very first round. The pattern is worked in a continuous round changing colors after each round.

With two colors, it gives you a nice and clean two-toned look on the one side and a lot of texture on the other side.

The spiral is slight, but it’s just right for an elegant-looking hat.

This hat pattern is very easy to crochet. The most difficult thing is to keep track of your stitches during the increase rounds. I found myself messing up continuously until I came up with a new way of counting to distinguish between the increase and single stitches. :) You just have to remember that you’re omitting the last stitch when working with CB.

Stitch markers can help!

First part of Rnd 1: 3 stitches in CA and 2 in CB.

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Finish Rnd 1 by crocheting into first 3 stitches made with CA.

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Materials

  • Yarn: Caron Simply Soft #4 worsted weight – 2 colors.
  • Crochet Hook: I/9-5.50mm and an H-8/5.00mm or a G/4.00mm depending on the size you need for the brim.
  • Tools: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.

Measurements

  • Gauge: 4" across first 6 rounds.
  • Finished Size: The body of the hat measures 22.5". As for the brim, it measures 19" when done with a 4.00mm hook, and 21.5 when done with a 5.00mm.

Abbreviations

Instructions

  • Rnd 1: With CA, make a magic ring; ch 1, (hdc, sl st, hdc) into ring; do not pull tight. With CB, (sthdc, sl st) into ring. Pull ring tight. Continue with CB, (hdc, sl st) into next 3 sts. (8 sts made wih CB) Do Not Join.
  • First part of Rnd 1: 3 stitches in CA and 2 in CB.
  • Finish Rnd 1 by crocheting into first 3 stitches made with CA.
  • Rnd 2: With CA, (sl st, hdc) into each st around; (16 sts)
  • Rnd 3: With CB, hdc in next st, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts**, sl st in next st, hdc in next st; rep from * around ending last rep at **; sl st in last st. (24 sts)
  • Rnd 4: With CA, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 2 times; rep from * around. (32 sts)
  • Rnd 5: With CB, hdc in next st, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 3 times; rep from * around omitting the last hdc; (40 sts)
  • Rnd 6: With CA, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 4 times; rep from * around.(48 sts)
  • Rnd 7: With CB, hdc in next st, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 5 times; rep from * around omitting the last hdc; (56 sts)
  • Rnd 8: With CA, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 6 times; rep from * around.(64 sts)
  • Rnd 9: With CB, hdc in next st, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 7 times; rep from * around omitting the last hdc; (72 sts)
  • Rnd 10: With CA, *(sl st, hdc) in next 2 sts, (sl st in next st, hdc in next st) 8 times; rep from * around.(80 sts)

Begin Working in Even Rounds

  • Rnd 11: With CB, *hdc in next sl st, sl st in next hdc; rep from * around; (80 sts)
  • Rnd 12: With CA, *sl st in next hdc, hdc in next sl st; rep from * around; (80 sts)
  • Rnds 13-32: Continue with rnds 11 and 12 until you are about 1″ from desired height making sure to end with CA. (For a deeper hat continue with more rounds.) With CB, sl st into next st. FO CB.
  • Note: Depending on how large you need the brim you can continue crocheting with the same hook or switch to a smaller hook. I switched to a G/4.00mm hook, which resulted in a 19″ circumference.
  • Next Rnd: With CA, sl st into next 2 sts (last sl st made acts as a joining sl st and does not count as a st.); Ch 1, working in blo, sc in same st as where last sl st was made, sc in next st and in each st around; join with sl st in first sc. (80 sts)
  • Last 3 Rnds: With CA and working in blo, sc in each st around; join with sl st to first sc. FO.

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