Free #crochet pattern and tutorial Wig Hat Crochet Pattern with Bangs and Pigtails Simply Collectible Crochet

 Crochet Wig Pattern

This Wig Hat crochet pattern makes a Wig with Bangs and Pigtails for Infants to Adults. Make them in Team Colors or lengthen the pigtails. The pattern is below. Need a Smaller size? Go HERE.

“I LOVE LOVE LOVE this pattern! Just under 2 hours and wahla….DONE! SUPER easy, SUPER cute!!!”
– Emma McCann

“Best hat ever. I am in love with this!! I made the infant in brown, baby in yellow, now I’m making the child in red to look like a Raggedy Ann wig!!” – Christina Bellmay

“I printed this one off yesterday, already have 3 hats ready to be finished off. Much easier than others I’ve tried! Thank you!!! I like the hdc so much better. Your increases in the first few rows are so simple to memorize, and yours was the first pattern, after looking at several, that clearly shows how to add the bangs & ponys! I tried another with the loop stitch and wasn’t happy with the results, looked uneven and took to much time.
( I’ve been crocheting for over 45 yrs. )” – Janet Ruth Neumann Weidner

 

 

Abbreviations:
ch- chain
sc- single crochet
hdc- half double crochet
sk- skip
ea- each
st- stitch
sts- stitches
xs- times

Materials Needed:
• Soft, Worsted Weight: I Love This Yarn (7oz. makes 2 child hats)
• J-hook/6mm
• Ribbons or Bows (optional)
• Stitch Marker
• Yarn Needle
• Scissors

Notes: This pattern is worked in the round. Use your stitch marker to tell you where your row ends and where it begins.

Click HERE to purchase the pdf for your convenience.

Teen Hat:
R1: ch4, join into loop, hdc9 into loop
R2: hdc2 in ea st around (18sts)
R3: hdc in ea st around (18sts)
R4: hdc2 in ea st around (36sts)
R5: hdc in ea st around (36sts)
R6: *hdc, hdc2 in the next* (repeat from * to * around- 54sts)
R7-20: hdc in ea around (54sts)
Finishing: sc, sk1, sl st and fasten off.

Adult Hat:
R1: ch4, join into loop, hdc10 into
loop
R2: hdc2 in ea st around (20sts)
R3: hdc in ea st around (20sts)
R4: hdc2 in ea st around (40sts)
R5: hdc in ea st around (40sts)
R6: *hdc, hdc2 in the next* (repeat
from * to * around- 60sts)
R7-20: hdc in ea around (60sts)
Finishing: sc, sk1, sl st and fasten off.

Hair Tie: ch30, sc29 across, fasten off and sew in the ends.
NOTE: Photos shown are with dc. The pattern has since been modified to hdc.

Prep Bangs:
Wrap the yarn around your fingers (56xs), cut yarn from skein, and cut them only once. Make 56 strands approx. 4” long. Note: Pattern uses 53 so you will have extra in case you want them for shaping or tying the tassels.
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible

Prep Pigtails: Go around your arm 35xs, cut yarn from skein, remove yarn from arm and cut through both ends separating the sides to make 2 groups of 35 strands. Makes 70 strands approx. 15” long. NOTE: For long pigtails, do this twice and cut through one end, not both.
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible

Make Bangs:
Count rows from the last one upward toward the top of the hat. Locate the front, center of the hat and tie the strands or “latchhook” them around the hdcs in the front of the hat by holding the strand in front, pulling up the center of the strand as a loop and pulling both ends through the loop.
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible

3rd row up- 36 strands across (2 strands in each of 18 stitches)
4th row up- 17 strands across (1 in each)
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible

Make Pigtails:
Make a tassel from one side using a strand to tightly tie around center and tie to top or sides of hat.
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible

Tie an extra strand around the base of the tassel to keep the strands together. Trim and shape bangs, finishing off with ribbons or bows.
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible
Free #crochet Wig Hat tutorial - Makes bangs and pigtails for Infant, Child, and Adult | Simply Collectible

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