All Mine Crochet Slouch Hat

The All Mine Crochet Slouch Hat is perfect for Valentine’s Day, or any day! It’s a one size fits most for teens to adults, fitting 22-24 inch noggins, even the ones swelled up with love. Simple shells make the heart shapes, and you can choose to carry your non-working yarn behind the stitches, tapestry style, or cut and weave in the ends to avoid any and all “peek through.” Either way, this free pattern is sweet, warm, and easy to make!

free crochet slouch hat pattern all mine crochet slouch hat valentines day hearts

All Mine Crochet Slouch Hat

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  • US – I, 5.5mm hook
  • Color A: 110 yds Worsted or Aran weight yarn (Red Heart Eco-Ways in Misty Violet shown)
  • Color B: 14 yds Worsted or Aran weight yarn (Red Heart Eco-Ways in Oyster shown)
  • Gauge: 12 sts x 8 rows = 4 inches in dc
  • Size: This hat is designed to fit most teen and adult heads, 22-24″ circumference.
  • Special Stitches Used (click for video tutorial): FSC, FSC in the round, BLO and FLO, tapestry crochet techniques
  • Shell pattern: [Hdc, dc, hdc, ch 1, hdc, dc, hdc] in one st as directed.

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free crochet slouch hat pattern all mine crochet slouch hat valentines day heartsINSTRUCTIONS:
Round 1: Using Color A, FSC 64 and join with a sl st to work in the round. (64 fsc)

Round 2: Ch 1, [BLO sc in next st, FLO sc in next st] 32 times. Join to first sc with a sl st. (64 sc)

Round 3 – 4: Repeat Round 2.

Round 5: Ch 2 (does not count as first st), dc in BLO of each st around. Join to first dc with a sl st. (64 dc)

Round 6: Ch 2, dc in the 1st st, finishing st with Color B (as in Tapestry Crochet, see link above). *Skip next st, [hdc, dc, hdc, ch 1, hdc, dc, hdc] in next st (shell made), finishing last st with Color A. Skip next st, dc in next 5 sts, finishing last st with Color B. Repeat from * 7 times, finishing last repeat with 4 dc in the last 4 sts. Join to first dc with a sl st. (8 shells made)

Round 7: Ch 2. *Dc in next st. Skip first half of shell and work 3 dc in ch 1 sp. Skip second half of shell, then dc in next st, finishing with Color B. Skip next st, make shell, finishing last st with Color A. Skip next st. Repeat from * 7 times. Join to first dc with a sl st. (8 shells made) Break Color B. OPTIONAL: If desired, leave a long tail and at the end of the pattern, rather than just weaving this end in, you may go through and use it to tighten up the bottom points of the hearts, weaving it along the back as you go.

Round 8: Ch 2. *Dc in next 5 sts, skip first half of shell and work 3 dc in ch 1 sp. Skip second half of shell. Repeat from * to end. Join to first dc with a sl st. (64 dc)

Round 9 – 15: Ch 2, dc evenly around. Join to first dc with a sl st. (64 dc)

Round 16: Ch 2, [dc2tog, dc in next 14 sts] 4 times. Join to first dc with a sl st. (60 dc)

Round 17: Ch 2, [dc in next 3 sts, dc2tog] 12 times. Join to first dc with a sl st. (48 dc)

Round 18: Ch 2, [dc in next 2 sts, dc2tog] 12 times. Join to first dc with a sl st. (36 dc)

Round 19: Ch 2, [dc in the next st, dc2tog] 12 times. Join to first dc with a sl st. (24 dc)

Round 20: Ch 2, [dc2tog] 12 times. Join to first dc with a sl st. (12 dc) Break yarn and weave through all sts, pull tight/gather to close up hole. Weave in ends.

free crochet slouch hat pattern all mine crochet slouch hat valentines day heartsAnd that’s all there is to this fun crochet slouch hat! You can keep it simple or get fancy, it’s up to you. Making each heart in a different color would be a great way to use up some scraps and yarn ends too – each heart takes less than a yard of yarn! I can’t wait to see what all you wonderful creative people come up with.

hearts free crochet slouch hat pattern all mine crochet slouch hat valentines dayBe sure to Like the moogly Facebook page for the latest updates and have some fun with us! Written pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2013. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but do link to this page to share this pattern with others. You are welcome to sell items made from this pattern, but please link back to this post on the listing if selling online, or on the tag if selling at a store/craft fair/etc.

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  1. 1

    Cathy K says

    I’ve admired your patterns for a while now, and so appreciate both your talent and willingness to share. This hat will be my first of your patterns that I make; just for me :) Thank YOU!!!

    • 5

      moogly says

      Thank you Cheri! It’s an 8 stitch repeat – the 8 stitches represented in the chart. So if your granddaughter has an 18-20 inch head, I would start with FSC 56. If she’s on the smaller size and that’s too loose, drop down a hook size and that should do it. :)

  2. 7

    Davina says

    After making 6 hats, same style different colors out of boredom I had to stumble on this . Can’t wait to start on this tonight. Thanks for sharing.

    • 9

      moogly says

      Debbie, I hadn’t planned on it, just because all the techniques and stitches used already have video tutorials here. Was there a particular part of the pattern that you need help with?

      • 10

        Debbie says

        I’m going to try making this and since I’m pretty new at crocheting, I think I’m just a little intimidated. I’ll give it a try and if I get stuck I’ll send you a message. Thanks so much :)

  3. 13

    Leslie G says

    Thank you for sharing this pattern (and the adjustments for a child size!) I’m making one for my neice in cream and pink…(in baby yarn with a G hook) it’s SUPER cute!! I’m going to add a pink pom on the top too.

  4. 15

    Judy says

    This is my first time following a pattern. Can you explain to me what it means starting in row 16 {dc2tog}? I am so confused and my daughter is very excited for me to make this for her!

  5. 22

    Naomi says

    Hi, I love the look of this hat but I can’t seem to get the the FSC down =( I’ve made your “All Grown Up Striped Slouch Hat” and I was wondering if there was a way I could add the hearts from this pattern into that hat without them being upside down (since it’s worked from top to bottom)? If so, could you advise me on how to do it? I’d really appreciate it! =)

    • 23

      Tamara Kelly says

      Unfortunately the hearts need to be worked bottom up. But you avoid the FSC by substituting chains and a row of sc. :)

  6. 24

    Rachel says

    Ty very much for yet again a great pattern, that was so great to learn. I learned three new things making this hat and it still turned out pretty good. My crocheting is still a little loose, so the hearts are a little sloppy. I loved learning the begging chain work, the tapestry and making my first shape. I made this for a friend and will definitly be making it again.

  7. 25

    MARRIE says

    I’ve tried this!.. Thank you!.. My parents are too happy with me!.. You are the source of point.. Thanks!
    This a great cute stitch!! <3.. Love it and your lovely website.. Its extremely helpful for me!!

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