Sunflower Slouchy Hat
Over the years, slouchy hats have become one of my favorite projects to crochet. They are fun to wear, gift, donate, and sell! I prefer to crochet my slouchy hats from the bottom-up, and in this tutorial I'm going to share how to cinch a bottom-up slouchy hat closed. This simple tutorial will help make your hats slouchier and cozier. I'll share how to cinch a crochet slouchy hat closed in five easy steps… and one of the steps is optional, and the other one you have to do anyway to finish your project. It's that easy!
You can wear a crochet hat on your head and still look stylish and cool and this slouchy hat is the proof. The pretty and stylish hat is made out of the velvet yarn and can be adorned both by the boys and girls. So you can make this hat for your college-going boys and girls. Free pattern here!
Here is a next slouch Hat free crochet pattern for a crazy, modern slouch hat with a pom-pom. It's made by Megan Meyer and the hat will indeed be a trendy and joyous addition to your winter attire. It's perfect for snowball fights with your kids and waltzing around town on a cold, sunny day. This easy pattern is a definite gem!
Photos by Megan Meyer / leftinknots.com
Find original free pattern on leftinknots.com.
"This Slouchy hat is super easy to make. The written pattern includes a video tutorial. This pattern is completely beginner-friendly. It all starts with a simple granny square. We will increase row going around the granny square until we reach our desired size. Then we will stop increasing rows and work in even stitches. This will create the sides of the hat. Once done we will work on the brim of your hat."
The Dragonfly Slouchy in the pictures below was created by the very talented Maria Bittner. It is a thin slouch decorated with voided-out dragonfly patterns that give it a lacy flair. Moreover, they're great for ventilation, so this thick-ish slouch won't be too hot.
Photos by Maria Bittner / pattern-paradise.com.
Find original free pattern on pattern-paradise.com.