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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

How to Crochet Pigtail Hat Tutorial

My daughter loves to wear pigtails so I made her this hat so she can wear a hat and have pigtails! I made it with an H hook and medium worsted yarn. This crochet hat can be done in all sizes, just adjust the hook size and length accordingly. If you need more assistance I uploaded an easy to follow along video! If you're looking for a fun and easy crochet project, then check out this tutorial on how to crochet a pigtail hat! This hat is perfect for adding a little extra warmth to your winter wardrobe. 
In this video, we'll show you how to crochet a pigtail hat step-by-step. We'll also give you tips on how to make the hat fit perfectly and how to stop the hat from coming undone. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crocheter, this hat is a great project to try out!

H Hook

Pigtail Hat Tutorial

sl st=slip stitch
sc=single crochet
dc=double crochet
If you make this for a larger or smaller hat then go by how long the inches are above with the hook size. For example if you make it for a larger hat then you may need to add an extra round of just dc or so to make it long enough or you may need to omit a dc round for a smaller hat, so it's not too big. 
I made this child 3-10 yrs, head cir., 19"-20 1/2 "", hat length= 7.5"=H hook, Adjust the hook size for different sizes.
H hook
rnd 1: Start with White yarn, Work 11 dc in a Magic Circle, sl st on top of the chain 3. -11 dc
rnd 2. ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), work 2 dc in each dc around, -22 dc

rnd 3. ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), *2dc in next dc, dc in the next dc, Repeat from *around, join with sl st. -33 dc

rnd 4. ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), dc in the next dc, 2dc in the next dc, *dc in the next two dc, 2dc in the next dc, Repeat from *around, join with sl st. -44 dc

rnd 5. ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), dc in the 2 next two dc, 2dc in the next dc, *dc in the next 3 dc, 2dc in the next dc. Repeat from * around, join with sl st. -55 dc

rnd 6 Ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), dc in the next 11 dc, hdc in the next 4, dc in the next 23, hdc in the next 4 dc, dc in the next 12 dc,  sl st to join. -55 dc 

rnd 7 Ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), dc in the next 11 dc, chain 4 (or you can chain more if you need more space for the pigtails), skip 4 stitch, dc in the next 23, chain 4, skip 4 stitch, dc in the next 12 dc,  sl st to join. -55 dc

rnd 8 Ch 3 (Counts as first Dc), dc in each dc around, but work 4 dc in the chain 4 and dc around and work 4 dc in the next ch 4 and finish dc in each dc around. sls to join.

rnds 9-11 ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), dc in each dc around, sl st on top ch 3. 

rnds 12-15 ch 3, (Counts as first Dc), *back post around dc, front post around dc, *Repeat around for total of 4 rounds. Sl st and fasten off and weave in ends. 


Unknown said...

SO cute!!!! I've done like 7 of your messy bun ones and my friend's all love them. Thanks for the tutorial!

Unknown said...

i am attempting the pigtail beanie. head circumference is 19" and 5 1/2" from top to bottom of ear. which size would you recommend and hook size?. thank you.

amyscrochetpatterns said...

I would go with a G hook, like it says on top of the pattern

Unknown said...

Can u post the pattern for an adult I'm confused as to how many rows to add I'm new to crochet

amyscrochetpatterns said...

well I made this for a child, but you could go up a hook size or two and then follow the pattern as is.

Sherri said...

I made two of these for my 3 yr old twin granddaughters. Very easy, basic pattern. I added eyelash yarn as trim around the pony holes and in the band. My granddaughters loved them! Thanks so much for sharing!

JackiYoung888 said...

Hello! I have a Caron Chunky Cupcake that I'd like to use to make this, so the yarn is size 5. The yarn label recommends a K hook. I want to make this pattern for a child, what size hook would you recommend so I can use the larger yarn? Thank you!

JackiYoung888 said...

I'd like to make this with a Caron Chunky Cake (size 5) yarn, for a child. What size hook would you recommend to make the pattern work with a slightly larger yarn? Thank you!

amyscrochetpatterns said...

I used a H hook for this pattern for a child with medium worsted yarn, I would maybe go up a one hook size, so an I hook

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