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Everybody Hat Free Crochet Pattern

Photo A

Everybody Hat Free Crochet Pattern

Photo B


Everybody Hat Free Crochet Pattern

Photo C

Everybody Hat Free Crochet Pattern

Photo D
(Made by Sasha Watts)


The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contact me if you find any errors.


Bernat Baby Coordinates - Buddy Blue (used in Photos A, B, & C)
(Amount of yarn depends on version you choose and you can use any kind of yarn you like)
Hats in Photos A, B & C used less than 1oz.
Hat in Photo D used less than 3oz.
Hook Size H
Stitch Marker

Stitches: ch, (sc, hdc or dc)

Difficulty: MEDIUM

Measure the head of the intended recipient from the forehead to the nape of the neck (hairline on the back of the neck). My measurement is 16".

Divide the original measurement by 2 (16/2=8").

Measure the circumference of the head. (Mine is 22-1/2")


To make a basic hat without a folded brim (Photo A), make your foundation chain approximately half of your original measurement.

To make a hat with a folded brim (Photo B), make your foundation chain approximately half of your original measurement plus 2" for the brim.

To make the hat with a decorative top and a brim (Photo C), add 2 more inches to the foundation chain.

R1: Make enough chains to measure the length you need. (from step two)
Dc in the 4th ch from the hook. Dc in ea rem ch.

R2: Ch3, turn. Dc in the BLO of ea st.

Rep R2 until the piece measures near the measurement for the head circumference. (from step three)

Holding the first and last rows tog, sl st the cor sts tog through the unworked lps on R1 and the BLOs of the last row.

Fasten Off.


Using a yarn needle and a piece of the same yarn, sew through the row ends and gather the top closed.

For the decorative top hat, use the yarn needle to weave the yarn through the stitches about
1-1/2" to 2" down from the top and gather it closed. This will leave a decorative top that makes me think of the top opening of a water bottle.

If your hat has a folded brim, turn it up.

As an alternative to this pattern, my niece (Sasha Watts) decided she wanted her rows to be horizontal instead of vertical. (Photo D) Therefore her foundation chain needed to match the measurement of the head circumference in Step Three. Then she made enough rows to get the measurement in Step Two.
Used a yarn needle to sew the row ends together and draw one end closed. Then made a pom pom for the top.

Use your imagination... this pattern has endless possibilities.
Try different stitches... all single crochet stitches will make a tighter ribbing for the vertical version of this hat. Work into both loops if you do not want the hat to be ribbed. Keeping in mind that ribbing has more stretch.






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