This pattern is being shared as part of Our Crochet Community’s monthly design challenge. Some designer friends and I got together to each launch a hat pattern today. You can find their patterns available here:
- Cherry Blossom Slouch Hat from Stitch in Progress
- Crochet Plaid Hat from E’Claire Makery
- Friendship Hat from Two Brothers Blankets
- (US size K/10.5) 6.50 mm crochet hook 50 – 150 yards Mary Maxim Marvelous Chunky (size 5) Yarn: 7 oz (198 g), 270 yds (246.9 m) per skein.
- I used the Waterfront colorway. The amount you’ll need will vary by size. I was able to make the men’s, women’s, and 9-12 mos sizes with one skein. 40 – 80 yards Mary Maxim Titan (size 5) Yarn [30 oz (85 g), 80 yds (73.15 m)].
- I used the light grey for the women’s hood, medium grey for the 9-12 mos, and dark grey for the men’s.
- Stitch marker
- Tapestry needle for tucking ends measuring tape
- 1.5”– 2” toggle (2)
- Printable PDF Pattern for the Snow Day Hood and Mask
10 stitches X 8 rows = 4” square working HDC
Women’s (alternate sizes toddlers – men’s available in the premium PDF)
Free instructions for this hood in infant size is available on the Crochetpreneur blog, here.
- CH: chain
- SC: single crochet
- SC2TOG: single crochet two stitches together (decrease)
- HDC: half-double crochet
- FPDC: front-post double crochet
- BPDC: back-post double crochet
- SLST: slip stitch
- ST(S): stitch(es)
- MC: main color used
- CC: contrasting color
- No matter your skill level, I always suggest that you read through the pattern from beginning to end before beginning your work just to be sure you don’t have any questions that might cause frustration in the midst of your project.
- You’ll be working the hood in rounds without joining. Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round.
- Instructions are given for women’s size.
How to Make this Winter Hood and Mask
With 6.50 mm (K) hook and MC
RND 1: Working into a magic circle, CH2 (counts as HDC), work 7 HDC – do not join. 8 STS
RND 2: 2HDC in the top of beginning CH2 (add a stitch marker to first ST), 2HDC in each ST around. Move the stitch marker up to subsequent first stitches on each round. 16 STS
RND 3: *2HDC in the first ST, HDC in the next ST,* repeat from * to * 7 more times. 24 STS
RND 4: *2HDC in the first ST, HDC in the next ST, HDC in the next ST,* repeat from * to * 7 more times. 32 STS
RND 5: *2HDC in the first ST, HDC in the next ST, HDC in the next ST, HDC in the next ST,* repeat from * to * 7 more times. 40 STS
Continue this pattern of adding an additional HDC per pattern-repeat until your circle reaches 7.5 inches across. For me, this was 7 rounds. 56 STS
Join with SLST to beginning st of this round.
You’ll be working in rows now.
ROW 1: CH1, turn, HDC in first ST, 2HDC in the next ST, HDC in each of the next 52 STS, 2HDC in the second to last ST, HDC in last ST. 58 STS
ROW 2: CH1, turn, HDC in each ST across. 58 STS
ROW 3: CH1, turn, HDC in first ST, 2HDC in the next ST, HDC in each of the next 54 STS, 2HDC in the second to last ST, HDC in last ST. 60 STS
ROW 4: CH1, turn, HDC in each ST across. 60 STS
ROW 5: CH1, turn, HDC in first ST, 2HDC in the next ST, HDC in each of the next 56 STS, 2HDC in the second to last ST, HDC in last ST. 62 STS
ROW 6: CH1, turn, HDC in each ST across. 62 STS
ROW 7: CH1, turn, HDC in first ST, 2HDC in the next ST, HDC in each of the next 58 STS, 2HDC in the second to last ST, HDC in last ST. 64 STS
ROW 8: CH1, turn, HDC in each ST across. 64 STS
ROW 9: CH1, turn, HDC in first ST, 2HDC in the next ST, HDC in each of the next 60 STS, 2HDC in the second to last ST, HDC in last ST. 66 STS Finish off MC.
ROW 1: With right side facing you, attach CC with SLST to the last row worked. CH2 (counts as HDC), HDC in each ST across. 46 (54, 56, 64, 66, 68) STS
ROW 2: CH2 (counts as HDC here and throughout the brim), turn, *FPDC in the next ST, BPDC in the next ST*, repeat from * to * across. HDC in the last ST. 46 (54, 56, 64, 66, 68) STS
ROW 3: CH2, turn, *BPDC in the next ST, FPDC in the next ST,* repeat from * to * across. HDC in the last ST. 46 (54, 56, 64, 66, 68) STS
ROW 4: Repeat Row 2.
ROW 5: Repeat Row 3.
ROW 6: Repeat Row 2.
For Braided Ties
Cut 12 strands of CC yarn at 36” each.
Separate into two sets of 6 strands each.
Fold one set of strands in half and pull the looped part through a lower corner of the brim – where the ties would go.
Do not pull all the way through. (I go from the outside>in. This leaves a nicer finish.)
Thread the ends of the strands through the folded loop and pull tight.
With the strands firmly attached to the hood, braid the strands (you’ll have three sets of 4 strands each for the braiding).
When you get toward the bottom, knot the end.
Work a braid on the other side of the hood, matching the length.
Cut 2 12” pieces of yarn and set aside.
Using a book that is approximately 5.5” wide, wind yarn around the book 10 20 times.
Slip one of the reserved pieces of yarn under the wound up yarn and to the top of the tassel.
Tie off securely.
Slip the tassel off the book and place the second reserved string about 1.5” down from the top of the tassel.
Cinch tight and tie knot securely.
Cut the loops at the bottom of the tassel.
Add tassel to the hood by threading the ends into separate holes at the lower edge, front corner of the hood.
Tie the ends together and tuck the remaining ends.
Make the Removable Face Mask
With MC and size K hook, CH5.
ROW 1: SC in the first CH from the hook and each CH across. 4 STS
ROW 2: CH1, turn, 2SC in the first ST, SC in each remaining ST across. 5 STS
ROW 3 – 9: Repeat Row 2. You’ll end up with a row of 12 STS STRAIGHT SECTION
ROW 10: CH1, turn, SC in each stitch across. 12 STS
ROW 11-20: Repeat Row 6 ten times. 12 STS
END OF STRAIGHT SECTION
ROW 21: CH1, turn, SC2TOG (decrease) across the first two STS, SC in each remaining ST across. 11 STS
ROW 22: Repeat Row 13 seven times, decreasing one ST each row until you end up with a row of 4 stitches.
Finish off and tuck ends.
To Finish the Edges
You’ll be working your way around the outside of the face mask.
With CC and size K hook.
Attach yarn with a SC to the right-hand corner of the mask, on the row with 4 SC.
You’ll be working most of your stitches into the end stitches of each row. Each row is considered one stitch.
ROW 1: SC in each of the STS going up to the straight section.
*SC2TOG (decrease) across the next 2 STS* repeat from * to * until the end of the straight section.
SC in each of the STS down toward the 4SC end. 2SC in the corner ST.
SC in each of the next 2 STS.
2SC in the corner ST.
SC in each of the STS going toward the straight section.
Repeat from * to * across the straight section.
SC in each of the STS down toward the 4SC end.
2SC in the corner ST. SC in each of the next 2 STS.
SC in the same stitch as beginning SC.
Add a toggle to each 4SC end of the mask, on the right side.
To Attach the Mask
To attach the mask: Put the hood on.
Insert the toggle from the inside of the hood to hold the mask in place
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