Keep cozy on the slopes this winter with this versatile crochet ski hat pattern! The double layer diamond pattern provides extra warmth, and if you use a larger hook, you could even line it with fleece or fur. There’s almost no end to the customization you can do to make the Snow Country Ski Hat uniquely yours!
Due to the popularity of this ski hat I’ve also designed a super scarf with the same stitch patterns that you can find here. Keep scrolling down for the hat pattern.
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FPtr = front post treble crochet
FPtr2tog = front post treble crochet 2 together
reverse sc = reverse single crochet (crab stitch)
14 dc stitches in 4″
8.5” tall and 10.5″ wide (excluding ear flaps/ties), and should fit a teen or adult. If your hat is coming out small go up a hook size or two.
-tc2tog counts as a stitch. Don’t forget to skip that spot in your round when making the stitch
Rounds 1-10: Please follow this video from Crochet Geek for the first 10 rounds, or follow the written instructions on her blog. You will need to be comfortable with intermediate to advanced level patterns. You may also need to go up a hook size or two!
Note: I tend to use a bit more tension on these so the stitches are tighter to better keep out the wind.
Top Tassel and ties (Optional):
Cut 9, 24″ lengths of yarn for each tie. Thread through the bottom of each earflap, braid, and knot off.
I would love to see a picture when you’re done, so please feel free to come by my Facebook group and show off your ski hat! Be sure to tag @kirstenhollowaydesigns when you share pictures of your finished project on Instagram, and use #snowcountryskihat
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