Crochet Kit - Scrappy Bucket Hat

SKU: B71386

This portable, packable and giftable bucket hat is the perfect mindless-yet-creative project to stash in your purse this season. Add a little handmade sunshine to your noggin’ by using five random colors or choose a deliberate color scheme to crochet your next favorite accessory. In any case, mercerized cotton yarn ensures this bucket hat is moldable, comfy and surprisingly structured. Flip the brim for a cute peek-a-boo or wear it down for maximum SPF.

Advanced beginner level skills you’ll practice include single crochet, meeting gauge and working in the round.

Each kit includes enough yarn to crochet two hats and pattern includes instructions for toddler - adult sizes. Perfect for mommy/daddy + me gift sets!


Pattern Designer Information
Jess Coppom is the maker and doer behind the blog MakeAndDoCrew.com - a creative oasis of free crochet and knit patterns for modern homes and families. Stunning photography and straightforward video tutorials lead readers step-by-step through the process of making something they can be proud of.
Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Hat
Yarn Used
24/7 Cotton - 761
Pattern Gauge
Seven rounds of circle pattern should measure 3” across.
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Dimensions Detail
Fits Head Measurements: 16-18", 18-20", 20-22", 22-24"
Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Child, Adult

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Colleen DeRose
Foolproof

The toddler version of bucket hat turned out just right for my one year old grandson; I did drop the last two brim rows and finished with extended single rather than reverse single. Jess’s patterns were my first as a new crocheter a couple years ago and they are some of the most clear and thorough I’ve used. Thanks for another stylish pattern!

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Colleen DeRose
Foolproof

The toddler version of bucket hat turned out just right for my one year old grandson; I did drop the last two brim rows and finished with extended single rather than reverse single. Jess’s patterns were my first as a new crocheter a couple years ago and they are some of the most clear and thorough I’ve used. Thanks for another stylish pattern!