There are two basic types of simple crochet hat construction: the close-fitting beanie and the loose-fitting slouch hat. This free crochet pattern provides instructions for making the latter in any size. It closes with a drawstring, which means that even if you're guage is slightly off, the hat should fit. Adorn it with a button-centered flower or leave that part off if you want a simpler design.
Pattern: YT-Slouchy Hat by Emi Harrington, Ravelry
Desert Hope Crochet Slouch Beanie
In the Designer's Words: I must admit that this design is so easy and quick that I made two in one evening, and I am not a fast crocheter by any means. This beautiful slouch beanie works up quickly, and you may choose from two different ways to finish it for two different looks. Design is perfect for chemo caps and any temperatures.
This free crochet pattern is insanely simple and quick to work up. In just one evening, you can crochet the Desert Hope Crochet Slouch Beanie. Versatile and pretty, this darling slouchy hat pattern is stunning in pastel pinks and purples, but could easily be crocheted in a dark charcoal or grey for an edgier look. No matter the color, you will adore wearing this comfy creation. Loose-fitting and casual, this pattern has a hip vibe that is hard to ignore. This hat pattern make a great chemo cap pattern, as well.
Bricktown Slouch Free Slouchy Beanie Crochet Pattern
If you are looking for one of the easiest slouchy beanie crochet patterns you can make, this is it! This slouch is classy, it's got just a bit of texture, and is super easy to crochet. All you need to know is how to make the single crochet and the double crochet! Beanies that are worked as one rectangle and seamed are excellent for beginners. Instead of hoping that a top-down beanie will match gauge and come out the correct size, you can measure as you go to make sure that you are on track per the pattern.
Winter Blossom Beanie Or Slouch
This beanie has everything that you are looking into a hat for the winters. It has a lovely design and a beautiful pattern to win your heart with. Also, you have the option to turn it into a slouchy hat if you want to look more stylish. The blossom beanie is sure to look so eye-catching so grab the pattern here!
Argyle Beanie and Slouch
There are two timeless clothing motifs that will never be quite out of style, even if they are at times less popular: argyle and paisley. Although paisley doesn't really work for hats, these argyle beanies and slouches are proof that this motif is good for any item of clothing, not just sweaters and socks. These hats come in a plethora of sizes and, of course, can be made in a multitude of colors.
Photos by Jennifer Pionk / acrochetedsimplicity.com
Find original free pattern on acrochetedsimplicity.com.
Everyday Pom Pom Beanie
Learn how to crochet a basic beanie! The Everyday Crochet Beanie is the perfect, easy crochet beanie that will become a staple in your fall and winter wardrobe. The Everyday Beanie features a ribbed fold over brim, a tapered head and is topped off with a yarn pom pom! You can also leave off the pom pom entirely for a minimalist and simple beanie :) This crochet beanie pattern has seven different sizes - preemie, baby, toddler, child, tween, adult small and adult large - so you can make a beanie for everyone in the family! There is also a step-by-step video tutorial.
Daddy And Me Slouch Beanie
Casual, light, colorful and great for any age - the Daddy and Me Slouch Beanie is a perfect gift for anyone who likes a casual style. The ribbed texture in this beanie gives the stripes a ton of character. It is a great for the men in your life both big and small. This beanie works up nice and quick and can be made with or without the pom pom at the top. I have provided a pattern for an adult or child.
The Hadley Slouch Free Pattern
First, this winter slouch hat is easy with just two stitches needed, and should take between 1.5 - 2.5 hours to complete depending on your skill level. Also, it's a thoroughly modern pattern with a 1920’s flair to it, tres chic!
The original pattern and the photos are available on oliveandbrook.com:
More info about project photographed here.