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Crochet Allotrope Slouch FREE Pattern + Video

Hi Friends! The Allotrope Slouch Beanie is live! If you ever tried Mosaic Crochet, this will be a breeze! If you are new to Mosaic Crochet, don't worry! I will help you through the pattern!

Mosaic Crochet uses 2 colors and each round/row is worked with only ONE color and it alternates every row/round. The stitches are mostly single crochets worked in the dBACK LOOPS and where you see an "X" in the chart, you'll work a double crochet into 2 rounds below through the FRONT LOOP.

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GAUGE | US I/5.5mm In Pattern

1” = 3 dc Stitches | 2 Rounds

*Main Color (MC) – 200 Yards (Adult)

*Contrasting color (CC) – 100 Yards (Adult)

*Yardage will vary depending on the size of slouch.

HOOKS | Tulip Etimo

US7 4.5mm (Brim) | USI 5.5mm (Body)



ch – Chain

st(s) – Stitch(es)

sl st – Slip Stitch

yo – Yarn Over

sc – Single Crochet

dc – Double Crochet

tbl – Through Back Loop

beg – Beginning

rep – Repeat

rem – Remaining

sc2tog – Single Crochet 2 sts Together

SKILL LEVEL – Intermediate (Video)

NOTES – Pattern is written in US terms.

Mosaic crochet uses 2 colors alternating each round. Single Crochet stitches are crocheted through the back loop & Double Crochet stitches are worked in the front loop 2 rounds below.


This is just a standard head sizing chart provided for your convenience. This is not the final size. Sizes may differ due to crocheter’s tension and type of yarn used.


BRIM | US 7/4.5mm Hook

Foundation (MC): Ch 7 or as many ch sts as you want your brim width size.

Note: Video for different brims! Adjust brim to accommodate the height of your beanie.

Row 1 (MC): 1sc into the 2nd ch from the hook and into each ch across. Ch1 and turn. (6 sts)

Row 2 (MC): 1sc tbl in the first st and every st across. Ch1 and turn. (6 sts)

Repeat row 2 until desired circumference ending on the same side as the beginning tail. Measure brim while slightly stretched. You want the brim snug but not overstretched. See chart on page 1 for standard circumference sizes.

Seaming the brim

Align the 2 short ends together. Work a sl st through the “chain” end of the brim and through the back loops of the other end of the brim. Flip brim right side out so the seam is on the inside.

BODY | Switch to US I/5.5mm Hook

Set up round: Ch1, work sc sts loosely in multiples of 8 sts around the brim. Join with a sl st to the 1st sc.

Notes: You should have 1 sc for every row of the brim. Increase the number of sc sts to get a number in multiples of 8 sts.

Follow the chart alternating colors every round. The side of the chart indicates the color you are to use. Each square is a sc tbl. Squares marked with an “X” is a dc worked through front loop 2 rounds below.

Row 1 (CC): ch1, 1sc tbl in every st around. Join with a sl st to the first sc st (pulling yarn through from the back).

Row 2 (MC): ch1, follow chart working sc tbl for each square & work a dc through the front loop from round 2 rounds below (set up round). See color reference on sides for each round.

Continue following the chart until the beanie measures the desired (ear to crown) height measurement (see head sizing chart above) ending after round 9 or 19. Measure from the bottom of the brim. Adjust slouch by working less/more rounds keeping in mind the decrease adds approx. 2”.


Follow the chart depending on where you stopped. Decrease starts on Round 1 (above the green line).

Ending on Round 9

Ending on Round 19


Fasten off leaving a long tail. Weave the tail through the sts using your tapestry needle. Pull tail to close and tighten hole. Secure and weave in all ends.

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