Ahhhh, Spring!! One of my fave times of year! The beauty of spring here in the rain forest of Vancouver Island is breath-taking, I look forward to it all winter. The downside to spring though, it’s chilly in the mornings, and the evenings, but so mild during the day. To combat the daily temp variations this year I decided to design a new slouch hat that was not too warm, but just warm enough for the multi-temps of Spring. So I am thrilled to introduce the Sheridan Ridge Slouchy Hat!
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Texture And Beauty
The Sheridan Ridge Slouchy Hat uses a combination of post stitches to create the stunning texture and airy feel. The pattern looks stunning in a solid colour or multi colour! The stripping yarn looked simply gorgeous!
Once again, my testers had beautiful results!
Sheridan Ridge Slouchy Hat – Free Pattern
- Approx. 125 yds worsted weight yarn. I used Red Heart Super Saver *Solids, *Ombre or *Stripes
- US size H/8 (5.0mm) crochet hooks. I used my fave *Furls Odyssey hooks
- Scissors – These are my fave *scissors!
- Yarn Needle – I use these *Clover needles.
10 rows x 8 sts = 2”. Stitch for gauge: SLST
The free version below is for Teen/Adult Small
- US Terminology
- All CH1 and CH2 do not count as a stitch
- The starting CH/brim will be a bit larger to compensate for the tightness of the SLST’s
- ** notates repeat sequence
- If you have trouble meeting gauge or getting a loose SLST go up a hook size
- CH – Chain
- SLST – Slip Stitch
- SC- Single Crochet
- HDC – Half-double Crochet
- DC – Double Crochet
- FPTC – Front Post Treble/Triple Crochet
- ST(S) – Stitch(es)
- SK – Skip
Front Post Treble Crochet (FPTC): Yarn over 2 times, insert your hook from front to back to front around the post of the indicated stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, (yarn over, pull through 2 loops on your hook) 3 times.
Sheridan Ridge Slouchy Hat
Ch 73 (Should be about 20′ long).
SLST in the first CH to join being careful not to twist, CH1.
Rnd 1: SLST in each CH around, join to first SLST, CH1 (72 SLST). Be mindful to not make your SLSTs too tight!
Rnd 2: SLST in the top loop of each ST around (See photo), join to first SLST, CH1 (72 SLST).
Rnd 3: SLST in the top loop of each ST around, join to first SLST, CH1 (72 SLST).
Rnd 4: SLST in the top loop of each ST around, join to first SLST, CH2 (72 SLST).
Rnd 5: HDC in the top loop of each ST around, join with SLST in top of beginning CH, CH2 (72 HDC).
Rnd 6: DC in the next 5 STS, CH1, *SK one ST, DC in the next 5 STS, CH1* repeat around, join with SLST in top of beginning CH, CH3 (60 DC).
Rnd 7: *FPTC around 3rd DC of the previous round, working behind FPTC just made, DC in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th DC of the previous round, FPTC around the same post as the first FPTC, CH1* repeat around, join with SLST in top of beginning CH, CH1 (24 FPTC, 36 DC).
Rnd 8: SC in the next 5 sts, CH1, *SK next CH1, SC in the next 5 sts, CH1* repeat around, join with SLST in top of beginning CH, CH3 (60 SC).
Rnd 9: *FPTC around 3rd DC of the previous FPTC round, working behind FPTC just made, DC in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th SC of the previous round, FPTC around the same post as the first FPTC, CH1* repeat around, join with SLST in top of beginning CH, CH1 (24 FPTC, 36 DC).
Rnd 10 – 27: Alternate row 8 and 9. Row 27 will be a repeat of row 9.
Rnd 28: *SC in the next 5 sts, CH1* repeat around, join with SLST in top of beginning CH, finish off leaving long tail for weaving hat closed. (60 SC).
CLOSING THE HAT
Using long tail and yarn needle weave through the top round, cinching as you go, to close hat. Secure tail, and finish off. Weave in and finish off all loose tails remaining. Add a button or embellishments of choice if desired!
There you have it! Your very own Sheridan Ridge Slouchy Hat!
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