31 Days of Crochet Hats Series – Day 4

Crochet Spiral Stripes Hat
Crochet Spiral Striped Hat
Crochet Spiral Stripes Hat

The Crochet Spiral Hat chunky pattern is one of the newest designs available and you would be surprised how fast it hooks up. This type of technique is called tapestry crochet.

Usually, patterns like this have a chart to follow for the colour changing. It’s not done like bobbins of individual balls but the unused yarn is carried under the stitches. It depends on the colours you use where the colours can be hidden or not.

The Crochet Spiral Hat is a wonderful and quick example of this without a lot of brain cell popping. I thought today’s round-up with be neat to show you some tapestry crochet in other hats too.

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Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Spiral Hat

Tutorial


Polka Dotty Crochet Hat

Crochet Polka Dotty Hat
Crochet Polka Dotty Hat

This is an older design originally designed in the colour you see in the tutorial. It was then later updated with changing with the trends to being dark with more blending of the dots. It’s a bit more complex in the work but turns out lovely.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Polka Dotty Hat

Tutorial

Only available in right-handed tutorial format.


Crochet Colorwork Hat

Crochet Colourwork Hat
Crochet Colourwork Hat

The Crochet Colorwork Hat is a skill that I have yet to master. I struggle with this concept in regular weight yarn as I tend to be really tight. This is using Split Single Crochet stitchwork. That splitting is what is making me tight.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Colorwork Hat

How to do Split Single Crochet. Also called Shallow Single Crochet Stitch.

Mittens in Split Single Crochet

Crochet Fair Isle Mittens
Crochet Fair Isle Mittens

Here’s a pair of mittens also in the same technique. I was able to do this concept as the yarn was bigger. This technique is better viewed from a distance as being up close, you can see the bleed-through of colours using this concept. The colour difference also plays a point. However, a person from a distance will look awesome. Like a dot matrix printer format. Up close we see dots, from a distance, we see the words or shapes.

 

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Fair Isle Mittens

Tutorial

Only available in right-handed tutorial format.


Kids Navajo Crochet Hat

Crochet Navajo Hat
Crochet Navajo Hat

This is a great hat to have your kids be part of the decision on what colours they would have to see. In today’s era where peer pressure hits our younger generation really hard, deciding colours allows you to give your child a hat that they would like.

It’s using Canadiana Yarn by Yarnspirations.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Kids Navajo Hat

Crochet Triangle Valley Hat

Crochet Triangle Valley Hat
Crochet Triangle Valley Hat

The Crochet Triangle Valley Hat is also using the same concept of doing the tapestry crochet. It is using back loops only for the texturing concept. There is a crochet diagram to follow.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Triangle Valley Hat

Crochet Fair Isle Hat

Crochet Fair Isle Hat
Crochet Fair Isle Hat

The crochet fair isle hat is also a split single crochet concept. This is on my bucket list to crochet one day. Once I get my tension right, I am totally doing this.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Fair Isle Hat

Crochet Fair Isle Fingerless Gloves

Fair Isle Fingerless Gloves
Fair Isle Fingerless Gloves

Tapestry Crochet at its best with these awesome colourful crochet texting fingerless gloves. Reminds me of a carnival theme but loved them all the same.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Fair Isle Gloves

Tutorial

Only available in right-handed tutorial format.


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3 Comments

  1. Laura Nickel

    Hi I am working on Hat for Fall Sal. I need ribbing 22 1/2 inches. Will the pattern still work out for pattern part of hat?

    • Mikey

      I think you could. The repeat is in 4’s. So you could do the chart but crochet 56 evenly around the edge of the bring instead of 52. It just means you have 1 more repeat. You will follow the pattern as written. It means you will have just a bit more to close at the top which means pull the strand shut to close.

      • Laura Nickel

        Thank you😊

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