This beautiful crochet slouchy hat pattern in the pictures below was made by Erin Sharp and it's such a lovely, feminine project, don't you think? It will surely take your winter outfit to the next level and make it really put together! I love it!
Photos by The Cookie Snob 2017 / Ravelry.com
Erin from The Cookie Snob designed her version of the messy bun beanie in the style of her series of 3 mL beanies. They hold more than 3 milliliters, but the backstory for the name includes some fun geekery. And to create the rows of horizontal chains, she works into the third loop of the half double crochet stitches. It's a fun way to make a hat with a popular look!
"A darling frog hat that has feet on the ear flaps is one of the cutest out there! This is ideal for dress up, Halloween, or just to show your cute and fun personality. The pattern comes in sizes from newborn up through children. But, wait, that is not all. Use this same pattern, with a few changes, and create a loveable cookie monster hat! These are designs by Sweet Potato 3 and are available now!"
We all love beans and now we are surely going to fall in love with these bean stitch beanie hats too. The gorgeous bean stitch is adding so much to the beauty and style of the hat and making it look so pretty and cool. Also, the pom pom ball at the end is adding so much to its beauty and appeal. Details here!
If you've never tried making a slouchy beanie before, you really have to give it a go! This beautiful piece by Tamara Kelly in the pictures below is such a gorgeous pattern, that's super easy to make and will make sure you're super warm and cozy all winter long!
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!