Penelope's Summer Slouch Free crochet pattern by Simply Collectible

Penelope's Summer Slouch Free crochet pattern by Simply Collectible

Slouch hat free crochet pattern

After her honeymoon, Penelope and her husband followed Coraline to New Mexico. Penelope has dreads and she really wanted a cute hat for their visit so I worked up one of these slouches. She loves flowers of all types and she chose the one from my free flower pattern HERE. This 0utstanding hat is simple, yet whimsical, and fun for every day wear. Keep your hair from blowing wildly at the beach, or allow it to blow wildly and tame it with Penelope’s Slouch for the cafe. This is a great hat for dreads, too. Made in cotton, you may add a matching market bag as well. See the Sturdiest Ever Market Bag HERE.

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Sturdiest Ever Market Bag crochet pattern in hot blue by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Yarn

2.5 oz Sugar n Cream Cotton for Baby to Child sizes
Two 2.5 oz balls of Sugar n Cream Cotton (worked using two strands) for Adult Size

Materials

K/6.5mm hook (for Adult size only)
H/5mm hook (for smaller sizes and optional flower)
Scissors
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker

Difficulty – Easy

Size – Newborn, 6mos-9mos, Toddler, Child, Adult

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Measurements in Pattern

14” circumference (Newborn), 16” circumference (6-9mos), 18” circumference (Toddler), 20” circumference (Child), 23” circumference (Adult)

Gauge – Not crucial for this project

Stitch Guide in American Terms

ch- chain
sl st- slip stitch
xs- times
sk- skip
alt- alternate
fl- front loop
bl- back loop
sc- single crochet
hdc- half double crochet
dc- double crochet
inc – increase (2 of the stitch worked into the same stitch)
ea- each
st- stitch
sts- stitches
sp- space

Special Stitches

How to decrease stitch (abbreviation is “dec”): This is otherwise known as “sc2tog” and here are those instructions. Insert hook into st and draw up a loop. Insert hook into next st and draw up a loop. Yarn over, draw through all 3 loops on hook. That is one decrease.

Notes

Beginning stitches count as a stitch. This pattern is worked in rounds as one piece. The Adult size is worked with two strands together as one using a K-hook while the others are single strand using an H-hook.

Instructions

Newborn:

R1: Ch3, join into a loop, sc7, do not join — 7sts

R2: Ch3, dc in next, dc inc around, sl st into top of ch –14sts

R3: Ch3, dc inc (dcbl, dcfl), *dc, dc inc; repeat from * around alternating each stitch between bl and fl, sl st into top of chain — 21sts

R4: Ch4, *dc, ch1; repeat from * around, sl st into 3rd ch of starting ch — 21 sts

R5: Ch2, hdc in 1st, hdc inc around, sl st into top of chain — 42sts

R6: Ch3, sk1, *hdc, ch1, sk1; repeat from * around, sl st into 2nd ch of starting ch — 21sts

R7-11: Sc, ch2, *hdc in sp after hdc, ch2; repeat from * around, sl st into top of sc in starting ch — 21sts

R12: *Ch2, sc in next loop; repeat from around, sc into 2nd ch of starting ch — 22sts

R13: Ch2, sc in same as starting ch, sc inc ea st around — 44sts

R14-15: sc in ea around — 44sts

To end: Sk1, sl st and fasten off. Weave in ends.

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6mos- 9mos:

R1: Ch4, join into a loop, sc8, do not join — 8sts

R2: Ch3, dc in next, dc inc around, sl st into top of ch — 16sts

R3: Ch3, dc inc (dcbl, dcfl), *dc, dc inc; repeat from * around  alternating each stitch between bl and fl, sl st into top of chain — 24sts

R4: Ch4, *dc, ch1; repeat from * around, sl st into 3rd ch of starting ch — 24sts

R5: Ch2, hdc in 1st, hdc inc around, sl st into top of chain — 48sts

R6: Ch3, sk1, *hdc, ch1, sk1; repeat from * around, sl st into 2nd ch of starting ch –24sts

R7-8: Sc, ch2, *hdc in sp after hdc, ch2 ; repeat from * around, sl st into top of sc in starting ch — 24sts

R9: Sc, *ch3, sc in sp after hdc; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 24 loops

Continue by working in a spiral- do not slip stitch. Use your stitch marker.

R10: *Ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 24sts, 24 loops

R11-15: Repeat R10

R16: *ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around — 24sts, 24 loops

R17-19: Sc in ea around — 50sts

To end: sk1, sl st and fasten off.

Toddler:

R1: Ch4, join into a loop, sc8, do not join — 8sts

R2: Ch3, dc in next, dc inc around, sl st into top of ch — 16sts

R3: Ch3, dc inc (dcbl, dcfl), *dc, dc inc; repeat from * around alternating each stitch between bl and fl, sl st into top of chain — 24sts

R4: Ch4, *dc, ch1; repeat from * around, sts sl st into 3rd ch of starting ch — 24

R5: Ch2, hdc in 1st, hdc inc around, sl st into top of chain — 48sts

R6: Ch3, sk1, *hdc, ch1, sk1; repeat from * around, sl st into 2nd ch of starting ch — 24sts

R7-8: Sc, ch2, *hdc in sp after hdc, ch2 ; repeat from * around, sl st into top of sc in starting ch — 24sts

R9: Sc, *ch3, sc in sp after hdc; repeat from * around, ch3 and sc around beginning ch3 — 24 loops

Continue by working in a spiral- do not slip stitch. Use your stitch marker.

R10: *Ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 24sts, 24 loops

R11-15: Repeat R10

R16: *ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around — 24sts, 24 loops

R17-19: Sc in ea around — 50sts

To end: sk1, sl st and fasten off.

Child:

R1: Ch4, join into a loop, sc8, do not join — 8sts

R2: Ch3, dc in next, dc inc around, sl st into top of ch –16sts

R3: Ch3, dc inc (dcbl, dcfl), *dc, dc inc; repeat from * around alternating each stitch between bl and fl, sl st into top of chain – – 24sts

R4: Ch4, *dc, ch1; repeat from * around, sl st into 3rd ch of starting ch — 24 sts

R5: Ch2, hdc in 1st, hdc inc around, sl st into top of chain — 48sts

R6: Ch3, sk1, *hdc, ch1, sk1; repeat from * around, sl st into 2nd ch of starting ch — 24sts

R7-8: Sc, ch2, *hdc in sp after hdc, ch2; repeat from * around, sl st into top of sc in starting ch — 24 sts

R9: Sc, *ch3, sc in sp after hdc; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 24 loops

Continue by working in a spiral- do not slip stitch. Use your stitch marker.

R10: *Ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 24sts, 24 loops

R11-15: Repeat R10

R16: *ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around — 24sts, 24 loops

R17-19: Sc in ea around — 50sts

To end: sk1, sl st and fasten off.

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Adult:

R1: Holding two strands together, ch4, join into a loop, sc9, do not join — 9sts

R2: Ch3, *dc in next, dc inc; repeat from * around, sl st into top of ch — 18ts

R3: Ch3, dc inc (alt dcbl, dcfl), *dc, dc inc (alt dcbl, dcfl); repeat from * around, sl st into top of chain (ch3 counts as the first dc) — 27sts

R4: Ch4, *dc, ch1; repeat from * around, sl st into 3rd ch of starting ch — 27sts

R5: Ch2, *hdc in 1st, hdc inc; repeat from * around, sl st into top of chain — 54sts

R6: Ch3, sk 1, *hdc, ch1, sk1; repeat from * around sl st into 2nd ch of starting ch — 27sts

R7-8: Sc, ch2, *hdc in sp after hdc, ch2; repeat from * around, sl st into 2nd ch of starting ch — 27 sts

R9: Sc, *ch3, sc in sp after hdc; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 27 sts

Continue by working in a spiral- do not slip stitch. Be sure to use your stitch marker.

R10: *Ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around, ch3, sc around beginning ch3 — 27sts, 27

R11-15: Repeat R10

R16: *Ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around — 27sts, 27 loops

R17: *Ch1, sc into loop; repeat from * around — 27sts

R18: Sc inc in ea space after sc around — 54sts

R19: *Ch3, sc into loop; repeat from * around — 27sts, 27 loops

R20-22: Sc in ea around –54sts

To end: Sk1, sl st and fasten off.

Flower:

R1: Ch4, join into loop, ch3, dc11 into loop, sl st joining in new color — 12sts

R2: Ch3, dc in loop with starting chain, dc inc in ea sp around, sl st joining in new color — 24sts

Work in sp between sts for this round.

R3: Ch3, dc inc, dc inc, dc, fpdc in first row, *dc inc in next 3 spaces, dc, fpdc in first row; repeat from * to last st, dc in last st, sl st, fasten off — 42sts

Weave in ends. Sew to hat as desired.

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