It’s crocheted in a solid color here, which along with the texture, gives you a super stylish look. And it’s got a nice diagonal, or zig-zagged texture to compliment just about any outfit.
The Stitch Pattern
This crochet slouchy beanie pattern is started at the bottom and worked up to the top.
The ribbing rows at the bottom are worked in the back loops using single crochet stitches. Once you reach a desired circumference you simply sew the two ribbing ends together and begin to work in the rounds.
The first round may be a bit tricky as you’re working into the row ends from the ribbing. After that it is easy breezy and mindless!
The textures are worked with a single crochet and a triple crochet worked together into the same stitch. Then you skip the next stitch to maintain the stitch count.
At the top one round of decreases are worked to make it easier to sew the top closed.
You can add a pom pom if you like, or leave it without. Here is a tutorial on How To Make a Pom Pom.
The pattern is given in one size only, but can be adjusted to any size as needed in a simple multiple of two. Thus, feel free to experiment with any yarn and hook size that you like.
I used Red Heart Super Saver. It’s a medium weight economic yarn. I like it because it washes well and gives me the warmth that I need to survive cold winters.
But, because the hat is so easy to customize in size, any yarn that gives you the stretch that you’re looking for will work.
Other Patterns to Try
- Crochet Newsboy Hat
- Fallin’ Back Hat
- Bumpy Ridges Hat and Cowl
- Crochet Fall Hats
- Single Crochet Beanie Pattern
Winter Drifts Slouchy Beanie in Worsted Weight
- Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver #4 worsted weight acrylic yarn.
- Crochet Hooks: H/8-5.00mm & I/9-5.50mm
- Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.
- Gauge: Measures approximately 4" over 12 sts.
- Finished Size: Laying flat it measures 9.5" across the brim, 10" across the body and 9.5" top to bottom.
- Pattern is easy to adjust in size, so feel free to experiment with any yarn and hook sizes.
- Pattern is started at the brim and worked to the top.
- With H hook, Ch 10,
- Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn. (9 sts)
- Row 2: Working in bl only, ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn.
- Rows 3-64: Continue with row 2 until you have reached a desired circumference making sure to end in an even number of rows.
- Ch 1 and join the ribbing rows by slip stitching the last row to the free lps of starting chs.
Begin Working in Rounds
- Rnd 1: With I hook, Ch 1, and working into each row end, sc into each row end around; join with sl st in first sc. (64 sts)
- Rnd 2: Ch 1, (sc, tr) in same st as join, *skip next st, (sc, tr) in next st; rep from * around; join with sl st in first sc. (64 sts)
- Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc in same st as join and into each st around; join with sl st in first sc. (64 sts)
- Rnds 4-24: Rep rnds 2-3 ending rnd 24 with rnd 2.
- Rnd 25: Ch 1, sc2tog around; join with sl st in first sc2tog. (32 sts) Fasten off leaving an 8" tail for weaving in through the last round. Pull tight to close the hole and weave in tail end to secure.