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Men’s Ribbed Crochet Hat Pattern

men's crochet ribbed hat

men's crochet ribbed hat made with light gray yarn

Crochet materials and tools:

<> Crochet Hook 4.5 mm;

<> Knit Pricks, Simply Wool (Bulky) – 100% Eco Wool.  Color #: OC, 100 grams -193 yards per skein – in total less than 1 ball;

Crochet ribbed hat size:

Adult: 53-59 cm

Gauge: 18 sts – 4 inches (10 cm)

Common abbreviations of crochet stitches:

ch – chain

sc blo – single crochet back loop only

sc – single crochet

sl st – slip stitch

sl st blo  – slip stitch back loop only

men's crochet ribbed hat pattern

Men’s Crochet Hat Pattern

Body of the crochet ribbed hat:

Ch 51. Measure the chain. If you are crocheting hat with folded brim, your chain must measure about 32 cm. Add more chains if 51 are not enough.

Row 1: Ch1, starting in the second loop from hook, 41 sc. The length of the last 10 unworked chain must measure 7 cm. You can have more or less unworked stitches, the only condition is to have the number of stitches be divisible by 2. In my case it is 10. After that make 5 sl st. Turn

Row 2: Ch 1, 5 sl st blo, 41 sc blo. Crochet the very last stitch through both loops (front and back) each even row. We do it to make the hat’s edge less elastic and springy. Turn.

Row 3: Ch 1, 41 sc blo, 5 sl st blo, 5 sl st, turn.

Row 4: Ch1, 10 sl st blo, 41 sc blo. Do not forget to crochet the very last stitch through both loops.

Repeat Rows 1-4 until your hat measures desired width. Finish crocheting with row 3. For head circumference of 57-58 cm I have crocheted 46 cm.

Sewing edges of the crochet ribbed hat

Sew 2 sides together making back seam of the hat. Insert the hook underneath the chain of the first row of the fabric that is closest to you and through the back loop on the other side, yarn over and pull it through both loops and stitch on the hook. Slip stitch those two edges together till the very bottom. Weave in ends.

Now take a yarn needle and thread new tail to close the top. Insert needle back and forth around the top, then pull the yarn tight to close hole. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Let me know if you liked this tutorial and feel free to share your projects by tagging me in social medias. Have a lovely day!

 

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13 comments
Caryn Scheffer 13th October 2021 at 21:44

I like this pattern because it doesn’t have all the gathers at the top. It would be helpful to have the instructions include directions for the last and turning stitches to keep from adding stitches to the rows. I accidentally added up to 4 stitches before I noticed it.

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Knitting Guru 15th October 2021 at 15:33

Hi Caryn. Yeah you are right. Once I did the same and added one more extra stitch))))) I will think how can i better do it. Thank you

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Debbie 1st January 2022 at 08:15

The wool I am looking at to make this hat comes in 104 yd skeins. Is one skein enough?

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Knitting Guru 1st January 2022 at 17:40

per 100 grams or 50 grams ball? if it is 100 grams then you will need to chain less stitches

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Tricia 18th February 2022 at 10:40

Do you by chance have measurements for making the hat if you want to make for children? Like, instead of 7 cm, how much do you need?

Thank you

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Knitting Guru 18th February 2022 at 19:55

If the child is 10+ years, do it the same as for an adult, otherwise make 2 cm less

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Aimee 6th March 2022 at 17:00

Am I repeating rows 1-4 or rows rows 3-4? The picture looks like the brim has the same number of rows as the hat but if I miss the last 5 stitches every repeat it’ll end up shorter? Thanks

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Knitting Guru 8th March 2022 at 13:21

Hi, Repeat Rows 1-4. Check the video tutorial if something is unclear

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KELLY SNIDER 24th May 2022 at 07:01

I couldn’t close the top no matter how hard I pulled. The slip stitches were obviously too tight. 🙁 I ended up adding a couple rows of sc along there and then it closed but it was very, very firm there – I used worsted weight yarn because I couldn’t find wool in the color my husband wanted. Not sure if my stitches were too tight or if it was the yarn, but loved the hat otherwise.

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Knitting Guru 24th May 2022 at 09:36

Hi Kelly. You are right it happens, and it depends on yarn and how close every time you insert needle. Next time try to make bigger distance between stitches (while inserting needle back and forth)

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Riya Sen 8th August 2022 at 19:19

This is a great free crochet hat pattern! I love the ribbed pattern.

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Abbie 26th October 2022 at 12:44

Hi I’m completely new to crocheting hats and this is so easy to understand ! the only thing I am confused on is what size I should crochet to when the head circumference is 59cm? Do I do it 59 cm or smaller?

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Ann 1st November 2022 at 17:22

Hi Abbie, I usually crochet 10-12 cm less than head circumference. But everything depends on yarn too

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