Frankie Bucket Hat, crochet wide brim hat pattern

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Learn how to make a crochet bucket hat with my latest pattern, the Frankie Bucket Hat, designed in collaboration with Madeline Tosh.

With the dog days of summer upon us, SPF and a good sun hat are a requirement. Bucket hats have made their way back into popular fashion, especially among festival-goers. If you’re planning to rock out to your favorite bands, pack plenty of water, wear comfortable shoes, and don’t forget your Frankie Bucket Hat!

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Bucket Hat Crochet Pattern

There’s nothing like a good collaboration to get my crochet design ideas flowing. I jumped for joy when I received an email from one of my favorite yarn companies – Madeline Tosh. I’ve been a MadTosh fan since I scraped all my pennies together to get a skein of their Farm Twist Yarn (it is to die for!). For this collaboration, they asked me to design a summer-ready hat for their new yarn, Wool + Cotton.

Wool + Cotton is a 50/50 blend of merino wool and Pima cotton. This DK weight base is unlike anything MadTosh offers and comes in 55 colors. A soft melange is created in the dyeing process as the merino wool picks up the color while the cotton stays white. I’ve got my eyes on the Neon Peach colorway for my next Frankie Bucket Hat!

Build Your Kit! Pick from 55 different colors of Wool + Cotton for the Frankie Bucket Hat kit. Kit includes 2 skeins of Wool + Cotton yarn and a digital version of the Frankie Bucket Hat pattern. Get your kit HERE.

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    • Toni L.Toni L. says

      Hi! There are links throughout this blog post that will get you to the Frankie Bucket Hat pattern. Please read through the post to find the links.

  1. Avatarkikukat says

    I purchased the pattern through Ravelry, but the links embedded in the pattern don’t seem to be live…I’m looking for the video for surface slip stitch.

  2. AvatarBecky says

    In the recent yarn snob review you recommend this pattern with Lazy Days yarn. However this says DK weight with 3.25 hook. What do you recommend we do to compensate? My son really wants to make this for me.

    • Toni L.Toni L. says

      Hi! Great question – I’d recommend using a hook 1.5-2mm smaller than what is called for on the ball band. Then you can work the pattern as written, stopping at the measurements mentioned for the hat body and working the brim to the length you prefer 🙂

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