CROCHET ADIRONDACK WINTER HAT
This hat is super soft and warm....especially on those cold Adirondack winter days!
Beginner Level Pattern!
Finish in under an hour!
Easily modified for larger or smaller ADULT sizes OR more or less slouch!
Machine wash and dry with a removable pom pom!
VIDEO TUTORIAL & WRITTEN DIRECTIONS!
NOTE: directions for leather tags will be coming soon!
Supplies Needed for hat without Leather Tag (affiliate Links)
Video Tutorial (written directions below):
It is strongly suggested that you watch the full video and/or read the full directions before beginning!
(video for children's size hat below!)
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Here is how I made the leather label:
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11/3/2019 08:05:46 pm
Do u have this same pattern for toddlers?
11/5/2019 01:52:30 pm
do you have this size for a 3 to 6 year old...love love this hat
11/12/2019 10:54:30 am
Do u have pattern for the Adirondack hat for infant and child size?
11/6/2019 10:13:13 am
Same question hat for a 3yr old.
11/19/2019 05:41:18 pm
Where do you get the labels?
12/11/2019 12:28:33 am
I followed the instructions exactly as written but there is no way this hat is going to fit an adult. i have 23 rows and it barely goes half way around my head. obviously i have done something incorrect. Help
12/15/2019 01:53:08 pm
WHAT UMBER DO I CHAIN FOR ADULT HATS?
12/1/2020 08:00:31 pm
I did 32 rows. the 28 was a bit small so I kept going til it fit good.
1/3/2022 01:52:05 pm
The directions as written do not fit an adult head. She says to chain 25?? Then fold in half? I did 40 chains. Fits better.
12/7/2020 07:32:48 am
This pattern didn’t fit my 2 yr old granddaughter.
6/24/2021 10:31:40 pm
Hat pattern is for ADK Winter Hat. I want all sizes like I saw in your early You Tubes in your home You used Bernat Blanket
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Hi there! I'm Kathie, the author behind Creating A Simpler Life blog. I'm excited to share our longterm projects (and planning) toward building our future retirement homestead in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. In the meantime I will be sharing all the other little things we do that are part of creating our simpler life!