This Disney's Frozen, Princess Anna inspired crochet hat is easy to make and is a great gift for the holidays or a Frozen birthday!
I found this great Rohirrim Bonnet pattern from Vallieskids and thought it was a great starting point for a Princess Anna Hat. Full credit for the original bonnet goes to the original designer however, I rewrote the pattern to reflect the changes I made. I wanted it to be shorter in the back and longer in the front. I also added more femininity with the shell edging and flower details on the side. I never write down patterns for other people to read, so I hope what I did is clear. If not, please feel free to ask questions.
G Hook, worsted weight yarn
Row 1) ch 61, dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across, turn
Row 2-6) ch 2(counts as first dc), dc in next st and in each across
Row 7) ch 2, 2dc in next st, dc in each across until second to last stitch-2 dc in second to last, dc in last
Row 8) ch 2, dc in each st across
Row 9) ch 2, 2dc in next st, dc in each across until second to last stitch-2 dc in second to last, dc in last
Row 10-12) ch 2, dc in each st across. Tie off Purple
Row 13,14) ch 2, *skip first st, dc in next st, dc in skipped st(forms an X), repeat from * across to last, dc in last st. Tie off Black
Row 15) ch1, skip first st, *3dc in next st, sk next st, sc, skip next st, repeat from * Do not tie off blue yet.
-Fold bonnet in half and sl st with purple yarn the base of the purple section together, this will form the back of the hat. Weave in ends
-Pick back up the blue yarn, ch1 and sc along the bottom of hat. Tie off and weave in ends.
TIES: Measure six long strands of yarn, pull halfway through the bottom front of hat, braid and tie knot at end.
FLOWERS: Magic ring, ch2, dc, ch1, sl st, four times, tighten ring forming four petal flower. Leave long string to attach onto hat. Use contrasting yarn, knotted for center of flower.
GREEN CROCHET EMBROIDERY: tutorial found here