Crochet caps are so much fun to make and they leave you with beautiful accessories that you can wear or give away as gifts. From baseball crocheted cap patterns to skull caps and the stylish beanie or chemo crochet cap, we have plenty of patterns that you are going to adore. All of our crochet cap patterns are simple enough for beginners and attractive enough for anyone, so jump right in.
Crochet cap #1: Here is an adorable and super simple crochet cap that you can make in no time at all.
Size H Hook
3 oz of 4 ply worsted weight yarn or washable wool
Ch 35-48 depending on head size.
ROW 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch 2 and turn
ROW 2: hdc in BLO of 2nd stitch from hook and in each st across. Ch 2 and turn
(Keep crocheting in back loops only throughout pattern.)
ROW 3 continue in pattern, until hat fits around head. You will have to play around with this if you don't know your standard size. The best part of this pattern is its versatility. You can use the method below to add in different color yarns as you go. Alternate every row, or even mid-row for a unique and spontaneous effect.
When hat is wide enough, whip stitch the sides together, then weave around the top of hat and pull tightly to form the top.
Crochet cap #2: Ready for another fabulously easy crocheted cap pattern? Here you go!
Size H hook
2 oz - 4 Ply worsted weight yarn
ROW 1: Dc in 3rd ch from the hook and in each ch across. Ch 3. Turn.
ROWS 2-33 (or until hat measures approx. 12" in height): Dc in 2nd st in from edge chain, and then across to end of row. Ch 3. Turn.
Sew sides together. For top - make a running st through the last row of dc, and gather tightly.
Add a colorful pompom to the top to keep the top tightly shut. I run pompom tail threads under a couple of stitches and tie tightly to secure.
Crochet cap pattern #3: This one can be worn in a number of different ways from over the ears to French beret style. So be creative during and after crocheting this one.
2.5oz chunky yarn,I hook
Gauge: Rnds 1-2=2 3/4"
Note: Beg V-st=ch 4,dc V-st=dc,ch 1,dc
Ch 4,sl st in 1st ch to form ring.
Rnd 1:Ch 3(cts as dc),9 dc in ring.Join with sl st to 1st dc(10 dc).
Rnd 2:Beg V-st in same st as joining,(V-st)in each st around.Join to 1st dc(20 dc).
Rnd 3:Sl st in next ch-1 sp,Beg V-st in same sp,dc in sp between next 2 st,(V-st in next ch-1 sp,dc in sp between next 2 st)around.Join(30 dc).
Rnd 4:Sl st in next ch-1 sp,Beg V-st in same sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)2 times.*V-st in next ch-1 sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)two times.Rep from * around.Join(40 dc).
Rnd 5:Sl st in next ch-1 sp,Beg V-st in same sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)3 times.*V-st in next ch-1 sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)3 times.Rep from * around.Join(50 dc).
Rnd 6:Sl st in next ch-1 sp,Beg V-st in same sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)4 times.*V-st in next ch-1 sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)4 times.Rep from * around.Join(60 dc).
Rnd 7:Sl st in next ch-1 sp,ch 3,(dc in sp between next 2 st)5 times.*Dc in next ch-1 sp,(dc in sp between next 2 st)5 times.Rep from * around.Join(60 dc).
Rnd 8-13:Sl st in sp between joining st and next st,ch 3,(dc in sp between next 2 st)around.Join(60 dc).
Rnd 14-18:Ch 1,sc in same st as join and in each st around.Join.At the end of Rnd 18,fasten off,weave in ends.
Stay tuned for plenty more crochet cap patterns.
Here is an easy way to begin any beanie type hats:
Wrap the yarn around your three fingers twice. Pull the first thread under the second and chain 1. Chain ten sc, and pull the loop tight so that it closes securely. This is the centermost point of your beanie hat. From hear, you can a join a new color or continue on with the color you are using. Put your hook through the last and first stitches to join the new thread. Sc, and sc two in each stitch for round 2. This method saves you from having to sew in tails at the end.
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| October 22, 2017
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