CHY Ribbed Crochet Hat Pattern

CHY Ribbed Crochet Hat

I’ve named this design after my website. I’m really happy with the look of this hat and it can also be worn as a beanie by turning down the last row which is the brim.

In 15 rounds you can have yourself this stylish and classy CHY Ribbed Crochet Hat that is SUPER warm!

 

For Visual Learners crochet along with me in the CHY Ribbed Crochet Hat Video Tutorial.

 

Materials Required

2 skeins/balls of Red Heart With Love Holly Berry Yarn

I was able to make 2 hats out of this skein of yarn with plenty left over.

10mm Crochet Hook

The hook I use in the video tutorial was bought in a Crystalites Acrylic Crochet Hook Gift Set

Craft Scissors

Yarn Needle

Skill Level

Easy

Head Measurements

Circumference: 21 inches/54 cms – average women’s size

Note: this hat will stretch another 1-2 inches/4 cms once placed on the head

Stitches & Terms

This pattern uses U.S. stitches and terms. To convert go to my Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart.

ch = chain

ch-2 = 2 chain stitches previously made

dc = double crochet

FPdc = Front Post double crochet

rnd = round

rep = repeat

sl st = slip stitch

st = stitch

sts = stitches

Basic Crochet Stitch Video Tutorials

 

Written Instructions

Notes: ch 2 = 1 dc st. When joining into ch-2, sl st into both loops of the 2nd ch st.

Using 2 balls of yarn together – ch 4, sl st into 1st ch to form a ring.

Rnd 1: ch 2, (working over yarn tail as you go) 13 dc into ring, sl st into top of ch-2 to join. (14 sts)

Rnd 2: ch 2, 1 FPdc around ch-2 under join, [1 dc into next st, 1 FPdc around the same dc] 13 times, sl st into top of ch-2 to join. (28 sts)

Rnd 3: ch 2, 1 FPdc around ch-2 under join, 1 FPdc around next FPdc, [1 dc between next 2 sts, 1 FPdc around each of the next 2 sts] 13 times, sl st into top of ch-2 to join. (42 sts)

With a yarn needle sew center yarn tail in and around the inside of Rnd 1.

Rnd 4: ch 2, sk the ch-2, 1 FPdc around each st to the end, sl st into top of ch-2 to join. (you will continue to have 42 sts for the remainder of the pattern.)

Rnds 5 to 15: Rep Rnd 4.

If you want the hat longer then repeat round 4 as many times as you need to.

Finish off.

Sew yarn tail in with a yarn needle.

Turn up the last round to create the brim.

 

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All the best,

Paula Daniele

 

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Classic and cutting-edge styles collide in this guide to crocheting fashionable women’s hats to complete any dress or casual outfit.

The eight designs and various accessories use medium worsted-weight yarn that can be customized to match existing clothes and accent pieces.

Beginning and advanced crafters alike will have no trouble with these breezy projects, which include a floppy hat, a flapper hat, a banded beanie, a baggy beanie, a spring beanie, a baseball hat, a bow hat, and the Sans Limites hat.

 

 

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I taught myself how to crochet when I was a young girl and quickly picked up how to crochet the granny square and got hooked. Read More.

Comments

  1. Michelle Temme says:

    Lovely pattern Paula.

  2. Amy says:

    I’m making some chemo caps for charity and I’d like to use your patterns because they’re so accurate and easy to follow! Can I make any of your adult hats into children’s hats by reducing the number of row increases? If so, how do I determine how much to reduce by? Thank you!

    • Paula says:

      Thank you very much, Amy.

      Yes, to make smaller hats just use less increase rounds. Use the following website for head/hat sizing/circumference measurements for all ages.

  3. Karen Rene Ruthenstorfer says:

    Hi Paula, you have many warm hat Patterns our your site, is there much demand from ladies in Australia, would have thought it too warm there? Anyway, I like them – but am wondering where you got such a glamerous “Head Model” from, am jealous of her good Looks!!

    • Paula says:

      Hi Karen, I live in one of the coldest areas in Australia where our winters are very chilly! Others parts of Australia are not as cold as here. We get fairly extreme weather with each season. As for my lady model, I purchased her from a website called Tina Fashions. She sure is gorgeous, I’m jealous of her too! :-D

  4. Ann says:

    Hi Paula, I am somewhat new new to crocheting. This pattern looks great and would like to make it larger, 23 inches, for my daughter. Can you tell me how to adjust the pattern for this? Really like the pace of your tutorial … thanks!

    • Paula says:

      Hello Ann, I would have to look over the pattern to change it for a different size but you can try using a larger hook in the meantime.

  5. paula says:

    I was wondering if instead of 2 strands of the 4 weight yarn if you could use a 5 or 6 bulky weight thank you very much love your stuff

    • Paula says:

      I don’t really know seen as I haven’t tried it myself but definitely give it a try.

  6. Victor says:

    hi Paula, I’ve always enjoyed and learned from watching your tutorials on YouTube. I’m a male self-taught crocheter (been crocheting about 3yrs.) Just wanted to say thank you for sharing these with your audience and for the time that you put into this. It’s greatly appreciated.

    • Paula says:

      Hello Victor, Thank you so much for enjoying and learning from my video tutorials. Well done to you for teaching yourself to crochet and it’s nice to hear and see that more men are picking up the crochet hook too. Bravo!

      It’s my pleasure to be sharing with you and others. I truly thank you for your appreciation. It’s very nice to be acknowledged. :-D

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