Lately, many have been taking note of the different hats being worn by the Olympians. Some are simple, some complex, but most are likely machine knit. So when you don’t want to spend $100, or wait for one to arrive from an online store, what do you do? You set out to make your own handmade creations. Someone posted in my Facebook Community Group asking if anyone knew of a crochet version of the slouch worn by Olympian Chloe Kim. Since I needed a break from a large project I had been working on, I grabbed a large hook, some super bulky yarn, and set out to create a knit-look crochet version for her (and all of you). Two Sizes: This hat pattern is written in two sizes (Adult & Kids’) but instructions are included in the note section to adjust it to make it larger or smaller. Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Fisherman was used for the cream sample. Approximately 104 yards. Lion Brand Hometown USA was used for the bluegreen sample. (Kids' size approximate yardage w/ pom 100 yards) Hat is an A Crocheted Simplicity original design. Join the A Crocheted Simplicity Crochet Community group on Facebook to stay up to date with new releases, giveaways, sales and testing opportunities: https://www.facebook.com/groups/906744872727855/ You can also find me on Etsy (A Crocheted Simplicity) & Ravelry (Jennifer Pionk Designs). All of my patterns are written in standard american terms, unless noted otherwise. Please note that due to the nature of digital files I cannot take any refunds, however, I do offer customer support and will try my best to help you with the instructions. © 2018, Designed by Jennifer Pionk aka A Crocheted Simplicity. All Rights Reserved. This design, the pattern, and the images are property of A Crocheted Simplicity. The buyer may use this pattern for personal use and charity. Sales of finished items are also permitted, credit given to A Crocheted Simplicity is greatly appreciated. No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Jennifer Pionk.