Crochet Celtic Winters Slouchy Hat - Free One Skein Scarfie Pattern

Our Last Free Pattern of the Crochet Pattern Collection!

Oh my goodness, friends! I truly can’t believe that our third annual Seven Days of Scarfie is wrapping up today. I hope you have had as much fun as I have if you have been following along! New here? No worries! All of my one skein Lion Brand Scarfie patterns are free on my blog for your making pleasure all year round. The Celtic Winters Slouch Hat has been one of my most requested patterns since I designed the Celtic Winters Ear Warmer last year. The Celtic weave crochet stitch and Scarfie yarn are pretty much made for each other because…well….just look at that beauty <3 Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.

 All of my one skein Lion Brand Scarfie patterns are free on my blog for your making pleasure all year round. The Celtic Winters Slouch Hat has been one of my most requested patterns since I designed the Celtic Winters Ear Warmer last year. The Celtic weave crochet stitch and Scarfie yarn are pretty much made for each other because…well….just look at that beauty &lt;3 Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.

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 All of my one skein Lion Brand Scarfie patterns are free on my blog for your making pleasure all year round. The Celtic Winters Slouch Hat has been one of my most requested patterns since I designed the Celtic Winters Ear Warmer last year. The Celtic weave crochet stitch and Scarfie yarn are pretty much made for each other because…well….just look at that beauty &lt;3 Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.

Crochet Celtic Weave Stitch - Just Try It!

This Celtic weave stitch has been the stitch used in some of my most very popular patterns. It is easier than it looks once you figure it out, and I have a little video tutorial to give you a hand, too!

Once you try this pattern you’ll want to make Celtic weave everything.


Celtic Winters Slouchy Hat - Free One Skein Scarfie Crochet Pattern from Seven Days of Scarfie

 All of my one skein Lion Brand Scarfie patterns are free on my blog for your making pleasure all year round. The Celtic Winters Slouch Hat has been one of my most requested patterns since I designed the Celtic Winters Ear Warmer last year. The Celtic weave crochet stitch and Scarfie yarn are pretty much made for each other because…well….just look at that beauty &lt;3 Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.

Supplies:


Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):

  • ch: chain

  • sl st: slip stitch

  • BLO: back loop only

  • SC: single crochet

  • SC2Tog: single crochet two together

  • HDC: half double crochet

  • FPTr: Front post treble crochet

Video Tutorial:

Gauge

9 sts x 9 rows = 2” square using SC

Finished Size:  

  • Adult width = 9"

  • Adult length = 10.5"

  • Child width = 8.5"

  • Child length = 9.5"

  • Toddler width = 8"

  • Toddler length = 8.5"


Pattern Notes

  • The chain stitches at the beginning of each round do not count as a stitch. 

  • The last stitch of each round is attached to the first stitch of the round with a slip stitch.

  • This pattern can be adjusted in multiples of fours.


 All of my one skein Lion Brand Scarfie patterns are free on my blog for your making pleasure all year round. The Celtic Winters Slouch Hat has been one of my most requested patterns since I designed the Celtic Winters Ear Warmer last year. The Celtic weave crochet stitch and Scarfie yarn are pretty much made for each other because…well….just look at that beauty &lt;3 Keep reading for the free crochet pattern.

Instructions

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Toddler Sized

Bottom Ribbing - Working in Rows

ch 9

Row 1: SC in the second ch from the hook and SC across (8).  Turn

Row 2-44: ch 1, working in BLO, SC across (8).  Turn.

When you finish the ribbed band, fold it so that Row 1 and 44 are on top of one another.  Working through the back loop of Row 44 and the front loop of Row 1, seam the two rows together by slip stitching across.  Do not cut your yarn.  Continue on to work in rounds along the “raw” edge of ribbed band.

(remember the last stitch of each round is attached to the first stitch of the round with a slip stitch)

Round 1: ch 1, SC around the top of the band working one stitch per row (44).  Attach to first SC of the round with a sl st
Round 2 (first round of celtic weave stitch): Ch 3,  *skip 2 sts, FPTr in next 2, working OVER your previous two stitches- FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around.  This will create a round of crossed stitches (11 sets total, 44 sts)

Round 3: Ch 3, skip 4 stitches, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working BEHIND the posts of your previous two stitches- FPTr in the 3rd and 4th stitch you skipped at the beginning of the round, *skip 2, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working BEHIND the posts of your previous two stitches FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around. (44)

Round 4: Ch 3, skip 4 stitches, FPTr in next 2 sts,  then working OVER the posts of your previous two stitches- FPTr in the 3rd and 4th stitch you skipped at the beginning of the round, *skip 2, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working OVER the posts of your previous two stitches FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around. (44)

Round 5-10: Repeat Rounds 3 (on odd rounds) and 4 (on even rounds).

Round 11: ch 1, SC2Tog around (23).  Tie off yarn leaving a long (12”+) tail.  

Using a yarn needle, weave the yarn back and forth through the stitches of Round 11.  Pull tight to cinch the top of the hat closed.  Make and attach a pom pom if desired.  Weave in all ends.

Child Sized

Bottom Ribbing - Working in Rows

ch 10

Row 1: SC in the second ch from the hook and SC across (9).  Turn

Row 2-48: ch 1, working in BLO, SC across (9).  Turn.


When you finish the ribbed band, fold it so that Row 1 and 48 are on top of one another.  Working through the back loop of Row 48 and the front loop of Row 1, seam the two rows together by slip stitching across.  Do not cut your yarn.  Continue on to work in rounds along the “raw” edge of ribbed band.

(remember the last stitch of each round is attached to the first stitch of the round with a slip stitch)

Round 1: ch 1, SC around the top of the band working one stitch per row (48).  Attach to first SC of the round with a sl st.

Round 2 (first round of celtic weave stitch): Ch 3,  *skip 2 sts, FPTr in next 2, working OVER your previous two stitches- FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around.  This will create a round of crossed stitches (12 sets total, 48 sts).

Round 3: Ch 3, skip 4 stitches, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working BEHIND the posts of your previous two stitches- FPTr in the 3rd and 4th stitch you skipped at the beginning of the round, *skip 2, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working BEHIND the posts of your previous two stitches FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around. (48)

Round 4: Ch 3, skip 4 stitches, FPTr in next 2 sts,  then working OVER the posts of your previous two stitches- FPTr in the 3rd and 4th stitch you skipped at the beginning of the round, *skip 2, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working OVER the posts of your previous two stitches FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around. (48)

Round 5-11: Repeat Rounds 3 (on odd rounds) and 4 (on even rounds).

Round 12: ch 1, SC2Tog around (24).  Tie off yarn leaving a long (12”+) tail.  

Using a yarn needle, weave the yarn back and forth through the stitches of Round 12.  Pull tight to cinch the top of the hat closed.  Make and attach a pom pom if desired.  Weave in all ends.


Adult Sized

Bottom Ribbing - Working in Rows

ch 10

Row 1: SC in the second ch from the hook and SC across (9).  Turn

Row 2-52: ch 1, working in BLO, SC across (9).  Turn.

When you finish the ribbed band, fold it so that Row 1 and 52 are on top of one another.  Working through the back loop of Row 52 and the front loop of Row 1, seam the two rows together by slip stitching across.  Do not cut your yarn.  Continue on to work in rounds along the “raw” edge of ribbed band.

(remember the last stitch of each round is attached to the first stitch of the round with a slip stitch)

Round 1: ch 1, SC around the top of the band working one stitch per row (52).  Attach to first SC of the round with a sl st.

Round 2 (first round of celtic weave stitch): Ch 3,  *skip 2 sts, FPTr in next 2, working OVER your previous two stitches- FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around.  This will create a round of crossed stitches (13 sets total, 52 sts).

Round 3: Ch 3, skip 4 stitches, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working BEHIND the posts of your previous two stitches- FPTr in the 3rd and 4th stitch you skipped at the beginning of the round, *skip 2, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working BEHIND the posts of your previous two stitches FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around. (52)

Round 4: Ch 3, skip 4 stitches, FPTr in next 2 sts,  then working OVER the posts of your previous two stitches- FPTr in the 3rd and 4th stitch you skipped at the beginning of the round, *skip 2, FPTr in next 2 sts, then working OVER the posts of your previous two stitches FPTr in the two skipped stitches.  Repeat from * around. (52)

Round 5-12: Repeat Rounds 3 (on odd rounds) and 4 (on even rounds).

Round 13: ch 1, SC2Tog around (26).  Tie off yarn leaving a long (12”+) tail.  

Using a yarn needle, weave the yarn back and forth through the stitches of Round 12.  Pull tight to cinch the top of the hat closed.  Make and attach a pom pom if desired.  Weave in all ends.


Make a matching piece with the Celtic Winters Cowl Free Crochet Pattern


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