Slightly Slouchy Hat

from M.K. Carroll Designs

Slightly Slouchy Hat Pattern


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Crocheting: Slightly Slouchy Hat
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Slightly Slouchy Hat Back of hat
Slightly Slouchy Hat Inside tie, threaded
Slightly Slouchy Hat Inside tie, tied
Slightly Slouchy Hat Back of hat
Slightly Slouchy Hat Front of hat

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • crochet in the round

Pattern Description:

A crochet pattern for a basic hat with just a little slouch, that can be easily adjusted to suite the wearers style. Crocheted from the top down, you can adjust the length as you please. A simple crochet cord threaded through stitches in the back gathers the fabric and lets you adjust the amount of slouch.

Pattern is offered in US/Canada version and UK/Australia/New Zealand version; both PDFs are included. Please check the top right corner of the pattern pages if you want to be sure you are using the version with the terminology you prefer.

Note that if using Twisted Fiber Arts Playful Evolution, a size medium uses up almost every inch of yarn and includes the entire set of color changes. For smaller sizes, to include all the color changes you may wish to wind off a few yards of the beginning of the skein to start further into the first color. For longer hats and sizes large and extra large, Twisted Fiber Arts sells coordinating color 1/4 skeins and full skeins.


20 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches in half-double crochet stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • xs, s, m, l, xl (baby to adult)


  • 220 - 300 yds sport/dk weight yarn
  • crochet hook (1)

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

300 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Twisted Fiber Art/Playful


Firefly Self-Striping

About Designer

About Designer

MK Carroll on

It appears that I am well on my way to becoming a sort of Great-Aunt Mildred, with pots of tea and handknit dishcloths and jars of pickled vegetables. Great-Aunt Mildred is a bit like your famous Great-Aunt Martha S., except hauling around a great big handbag, less organized, and using a much louder and wider range of colors. Not quite as much fun as my dear, departed Great-Aunt Mary (big and ...

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