Make this crochet camo hat using color work and a graph! This new pattern is part of my new crochet color work course, which includes all my color work hats. Learn the basics of how to make a stretchy brim, how to keep yarns from getting tangled, the basics of fair isle and tapestry crochet. When you are ready, pick which graph to use to make your hat!
This crochet camo hat has been in the works for a while. To be perfectly honest, I had a hard time finding the perfect colors. This hat I made with Lion Brand Basic Stitch Anti-Pill. Someone mentioned that it has more of a feminine quality to it! I made another one in Lion Brand Heartland, and it looks much more traditional.
I also tried the next on one in SC BLO, while the first one I did using a cross stitch sc. I love the look of both of them, but the BLO hat defiantly has a nicer drape and less stiffness to the fabric. It can be done either way, but the BLO hat will be a bit taller.
Have you tried color work before?
It is so much fun. I love to see the design come to life as I go along. Even if you are brand new to color work, the hat course includes videos with basic instructions for working color work, carrying yarn and changing colors.
It is really easier than you think, I promise. I think the most helpful thing in the course is a quick tip to keep your yarns from getting tangled up!
CROCHET CAMO HAT
What you need to make this hat:
– size 5.5mm hook
– Medium Weight yarn with a soft drape in 3 colors
– Fur Pom-pom (optional)
HOW TO GET THIS CROCHET CAMO HAT PATTERN:
This pattern is included in the Endless Bundle, the Whistle and Ivy all-access pass membership!
+ ALL my pattern downloads
+ Crochet themed cut files
+ Full Tutorial videos
+ Tips Videos
+ Technique Videos
+All courses including Learn Crochet Plaid
You can also get the PDF in my individual shops.
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