Crochet Women’s Peak Cap Pattern

Crochet Women’s Peak Cap Pattern

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Women's Peak Crochet Hat

Women’s Peak Crochet Hat

Women’s Peak Hat

Crochet this Women’s Peak Hat crochet design. I was compelled by the brim and button to grab my attention. I was then looking at the stitches above the brim and absolutely adore the texture of this hat.

This hat can be dressed up or even just casual use. I think it’s a really great design.

Get this free pattern, it’s called the Women’s Peak Hat.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

22 thoughts on “Crochet Women’s Peak Cap Pattern”

  1. Sandra says:

    Hi Mikey!
    This is going to be one of those someone asks you a question about what they did wrong in the hopes that you magically will know the exact answer…Fingers crossed the magic is real.
    I was almost all the way done with this hat (all the way to where the brim portion starts) and thought I’d try it on because it seemed small. I couldn’t even get it on my head (no, I do not have an abnormally large head). My guage seemed accurate and I’m 90% certain I was using #4 yarn. Also, my hat seemed to be more conical then yours in your video, even from the beginning it seemed to want to turn into a bowl where yours laid flatter.
    I know I’ve done something wrong, but I can’t figure it out! Any thoughts?? I’ve totally pulled it and am going to make a second attempt, but any ideas you have would be welcome!

    1. Mikey says:

      I would increase your hook Sandra. As we begin to crochet a project, we can tense up or relax. Though your gauge worked when you started, you may have altered your tension without knowing. If your project is too small. Just increase your hook size. That’s what I would do.

      1. Sandra says:

        Thanks! I’ll give that a try 🙂

  2. Love your hats please send this free one

    1. Mikey says:

      Dianna, we only offer free patterns and they are clickable in the article itself. I’m sorry, I don’t send out the actual samples themselves.

  3. Carol Royer says:

    Your patterns only come via a video tutorial? I am “old school” and need a written pattern. No way can I sit in front of my computer watching a video and crochet at the same time. = )

    1. Mikey says:

      No… all are generally written up. Only select is done as a written pattern. Why do you ask? There is a link to the free pattern in this article.

  4. Pamela Postma says:

    Hello,

    I can’t seem to get the 5th round right, I keep ending up with way too many stitches. As I read the pattern, i think I’m to do 1 dcfp, 1 DC, 1 dcfp, 2 DC and repeat. Any idea as to what I may be doing to get all those extra stitches? I am still fairly new to crochet and while I have the basic stitches down pat, I struggle with structured patterns and am.challenging myself a little with this intermediate pattern.

    Thank you and I too really appreciate the left handed tutorials. There are not a lot of really good left handed ones and yours are a goldmine!

    Sincerely,
    Pamela Postma

  5. Lina says:

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    I agree with Marie. Would have been nice to have a tutorial for the hat from start to end for us beginners… now IM stuck and frustrated. And actually show at each row where we should be finishing….ps: every other video should be done from beginning to end pleaseee…PLEASE HELP US NEWBIES

    1. Thanks Lina… I will be looking at more beginner projects. We do have them, even for a hat but I probably haven’t clearly labelled them. Sorry about that.

  6. Love making this hat……have a request to make matching ones for a 6 month old and two yr old…..any ideas on how to shrink it??

  7. Amy Kenerson says:

    Ive tried to make this hat 3 separate times via written pattern …It was a mess each time …After watching your video I FINALLY got it down …Thank you so much ..I just love it …

  8. Maggie Tandourjian says:

    I like the women’s peak hat, but could that be made without the peak? Would love the pattern without beak. Maggie. [email protected]

  9. Emma says:

    I found this pattern last year and have made 2 of these hats. One for a friend and one for me. I can’t wait for winter so that I can wear this hat again! I taught myself the stitches via video clips and i’m left handed…so if I can do it watching a right handed tutorial, anyone can! Lovely and warm too as it covers the ears nicely 🙂

    1. clarissa gillis says:

      Trying to get this pattern but not having any luck.Wondering if you could help.

  10. Jenn says:

    Sigh…. i like the hat but hubby thinks its hideous…… well HE CANT WEAR IT!…

  11. Mary says:

    Love the hat. Just wish there was a video tutorial on the 10-14th rounds.

    1. Lina says:

      I agree with Marie. Would have been nice to have a tutorial for the hat from start to end for us beginners… now IM stuck and frustrated. And actually show at each row where we should be finishing….ps: every other video should be done from beginning to end pleaseee…PLEASE HELP US NEWBIES

  12. Sherri McElroy says:

    You exhaust me!!!!! I want to do evrything
    You offer to me, but there are not enough
    Hours in my day! To see you laso extended leftys to you list??? You are so talented and I can not be more pleased with everything you do for women, men, and children like me who have a passion ( cough, cough, addiction), to crocheting. Love from Wisconsin
    Sherri McElroy

  13. karen burgess says:

    thank you forall the hat patterns. and gor everything you do to help us. greatly appreciated.

  14. Meenu says:

    Hey Mikey I love your The crochet crowd. The only thing is I wish you would put some more video tutorials.

    1. I’m doing the best I can with the every possible resource I have. Really I am.

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