Crochet Stepping Texture Hat Pattern

Stepping Texture Hat
Stepping Texture Hat
Stepping Texture Hat

Crochet this incredible and easy to follow Stepping Texture Hat pattern. It doesn’t take much for you to see the stepping texture causes a spiral feature to appear on the hat. It reminds me of cabling to some degree.

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Free Pattern: Stepping Texture Hat

The hat is in three sections. You have the brim, main body and then pom-pom. My video tutorial will cover all three aspects of the hats.

Firstly, you will crochet your brim. You can follow the dimensions in the pattern but you can alter it as I give you a tip on what you need to do to ensure the stepping texture pattern will appear perfect. I cover that in the video tutorial.

Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn
Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn

This hat uses Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn. You will only need a couple of balls for the adult size version. You will also need an 8 mm or Size L Crochet Hook to complete this project.

Have fun with this pattern. If you complete it, we would love to see your WIPs and finished projects posted on our Facebook Page.


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  1. Evelyn

    I enjoy learning from you videos! So easy to follow! I took up crocheting after Cancer! I have learned so much from you! You are an awesome teacher!

  2. Sandra

    Hi Mikey, thank you for the pattern and tutorial, it’s a great hat. Do you have a pattern for a matching scarf? Thanks!

  3. emna

    thank you very much for the tutorial, you are a gifted teacher you made making it very easy. i fell in love with this hat can you suggest a cowl that goes with for christmas gift. thank you sooooooooo much I am a huge fan though I crochet only a few weeks ago…….. love your work very much

  4. yolande poyotte

    do you have a written pattern

  5. celeste pouncey

    Thank you so much for your tutorials, I love when I learn a new technique, my passion for crocheting is back, your very talented and thank you so much for sharing your talent, your awesome!

  6. Just finished this hat.. Love it.. Will be making more for family and friends. Thanks for sharing.. Will be following your site.. Good luckat the show..

  7. Lilly

    Hi Mikey,
    You are an amazing artist and crafter. I love this hat, BUT when I saw it on a model, side view, I found it too tall for my taste. How hard would it be to eliminate some of the middle rows to make it shorter?
    I would really appreciate hearing from you about this. Lilly

    • Julie

      I made it with a size 5 yarn and a J hook instead!

  8. Meryl Lee

    Good afternoon, Mikey. Love this hat and ran right out to pick up some yarn and and L HOOK, which I didn’t have. (Every size BUT..) As a seasoned (peppery) crocheter, I figured after watching the tutorial AND reading the pattern that this would be a quick fun project. One DUMB question. When working on the brim, the written pattern DOES NOT call for a chain one after turning for the next row, but in the video YOU DO. So? Normally, one would do a single chain after turning so? I’ve done it both ways but my gut says something ain’t right. Please clarify, please?

  9. Anne-Marie

    I am so glad you made this video. I kept trying and trying to get this thing started and I could NOT get it right. Your videos not only save my from my frustration, you keep me going so I don’t give up and quit. Thanks SO much!

  10. I wld like to see patterns for doll barbie. American girl dolls. Thank you

  11. Mary Kay Brooks

    Great tutorial! I made this hat 2 days ago and the finished product was not so goog. 🙁 Watching you crochet it i realized that i read the pattern wrong. The part for dcbp stitch reads as if it is a single crochet. It read YOH only once in the decription. So I was really struggling to see the stepping pattern. LOL You have cleared that up and also the round endings. I know to use the starting stitch from the round to slip stitch the end, but I thought it was a big space. You make it easy to go from round to round. Its the little problems that can make a project a big mess if you don’t fix it the first time. A BIG thank you for all your hard work getting this hat work to us all.! xoxo Mary Kay

  12. Hi Mikey, I watched your 1 hour, earlier this afternoon, you made me laugh and I felt sad, in a way, because , I never realised , how much, work, it take, to set up, and you are so organised, you put me to shame, my sweet., first I thought, what a beautiful hat, but too hard for me to do as I am more of a knitter, but I watched the tutorial, just now and you made it look so easy, you have a magic technike, to show us, to learn , to do the things that were impossable, I am so happy to have found you and Diva Dan, I joined your shows . and I love watching you every day, here in Australia. God Bless You Both., Keep up the great work. Doris

    • Thank you for your acknowledgement. It is a lot of work. People really don’t realize the work behind the scenes to get the finished content out. 🙂 Have an amazing day and thanks for leaving your touching note. 😀 Michael

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