Keeping cozy is essential, matching your little one is everything. Enjoy an evening in your favorite chair, pour your favorite warm drink, and enjoy creating an easy style for the whole family.
The Poppy Hat is a bottom-up hat starting with the brim in rows, then joined to work continuously in the round, decreasing at the top. Similar to the alpine stitch, the Poppy stitch creates peaks of texture in a simplistic repeat.
Having the ability to match the ones I love is my favorite way to dress. So if you have a little one or a big someone, this pattern comes in sizes Newborn to Adult.
Poppy Crochet Hat Pattern Video Tutorial
Love having a visual as you work up a crochet pattern? I’ve created the Poppy Crochet Hat Video Tutorial to walk you through each important step of crocheting this pattern.
Where can this pattern be purchased?
The Poppy Crochet Hat is available through WeCrochet. When they reached out and asked me if I wanted to create a new pattern for their Big & Little E-book, I was excited! While my boys are getting bigger, I still love being able to make them match items. And even better if I can make one for myself too. This crochet hat pattern is gender-neutral so it’s an easy go-to hat pattern for everyone.
Poppy Hat Pattern Supplies:
E/4 (3.5mm) & G/6 (4.00mm) Crochet hook
Yarn & Yardage:
55% Merino Wool, 25% Superfine Alpaca, 20% Donegal Tweed
8 sts x 9 rows = 4×4 inches in ssc. Not critical for this project.
Newborn-3 Mo, 12″ x 6″
6-12 Mo, 14″ x 7.5″
Toddler, 16″ x 8″
Child, 18″ x 8.5″
Adult, 20″ finished circumference x 9″ length
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