Free Crochet Newsboy Hat Pattern

Free Crochet Newsboy Hat Pattern with Optional Brim
Mary’s Newsboy

This newsboy hat is both stylish and trendy.  It can also be made in a beanie style by omitting the brim.  This hat has interesting architectural features made by the shell/ cluster stitch and the front post double crochet used in the pattern.

PLEASE NOTE- This pattern was updated on October 02, 2015 to include smaller sizes.  Hook size was changed, as well as st counts in adult size.  Original copy is available below
Mary’s Newsboy ORIGINAL adult only

 Free Hat Pattern in 3 sizes.


  • Brim is optional but will require two strands of same color.  You can either work from both ends of a skein or you can use two skeins. OR you can wind a ball to set aside before you begin (I wound the yarn around three of my fingers 50x to be safe)
  • The increasing rounds are made using one of my seamless methods if you have any confusion with these steps please read this tutorial
  • As with any pattern please read the entire row/step before beginning to crochet.  Please watch any video’s suggested or read any posts suggested, if you need further clarification
  • Pattern is written in size newborn with changes for (baby, toddler, child, teen and adult) in parenthesis, unless otherwise noted
  • Stitch counts for every round will be placed in brackets (<>), slip stitches are not included in st counts

First two rounds =  3”

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS (updating info, will be available shortly)

Baby- 17″ diameter and 5 1/4″ tall

approx 100 (120, 150) yards of worsted weight yarn

6.0mm (J) hook- or hook needed to obtain gauge
Yarn needle to weave in ends

Special Stitches

fpdc- front post double crochet
same as dc except instead of crocheting in the normal space you insert hook under post in previous round (from front to back)

sc2tog- single crochet two together
insert hook into first st, yarn over and pull through st (two loops on hook), insert hook into the next st, yarn over and pull through st (three loops on hook), yarn over and pull through all three loops on hook



Round 1:  Magic Cirlce (video), ch 3 and 10 (11, 10, 11, 10, 11) dc in ring, sl st into top of ch 3 to join round <11 (12, 11, 12, 11, 12)>

Newborn ONLY
Round 2: Ch 2, skip next st, dc in next st, 2 dc in each remaining st around, including skipped st (ignoring ch 2 at beginning of round), sl st into the top of the first dc to join round <21>.  Skip to “ALL Sizes”

Baby, Toddler, Child, Teen and Adult
Round 2:  Ch 2, skip next st, 2 dc in every st around, including skipped st (ignoring ch 2 at beginning of round), sl st into the top of the first dc to join round <(24, 22, 24, 22, 24)>.  For Baby ONLY skip to “ALL Sizes”

Toddler ONLY
Round 3: Ch 2, skip next st, *dc in each of the next 3sts, 2 dc in the next st, dc in each of the next 4 sts, 2dc in the next st**, repeat from * to **, dc in each of the next 3 sts, 2 dc in the skipped st (ignoring ch 2 at beginning of round), sl st into the top of the first dc to join round <27>

Child ONLY
Round 3:  Ch 2, skip next st, *1dc in each of the next 2 sts, 2dc in next st, repeat from * around including skipped st (ignoring ch 2 at beginning of round), sl st into the top of the first dc to join round <30>

Round 3:  Ch 2, skip next st, *1dc in next st, 2dc in next st, repeat from * around including skipped st (ignoring ch 2 at beginning of round), sl st into the top of the first dc to join round <33>

Adult ONLY
Round 3: Ch 2, skip next st, *1dc in next st, 2dc in next st, repeat from * around including skipped st (ignoring ch 2 at beginning of round), sl st into the top of the first dc to join round <36>

ALL Sizes
Next Round:  [Ch 3, dc, ch 1, 2dc] in the first st, skip 2 sts, *[2dc, ch 1, 2dc] in the next st, skip 2 sts, repeat from * around, sl st into the top of the ch 3 to join round <7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) shells>

Next Round:  sl st over to first ch-1 sp, [Ch 3, dc, ch 1, 2dc], 1dc in space before next shell, *[2dc, ch 1, 2dc] in the next ch-1 sp, 1dc in space before next shell, repeat from * around, sl st into the top of the ch 3 to join round <7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) dc and 7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) shells>

Next Round:  sl st over to first ch-1 sp, [Ch 3, dc, ch 1, 2dc], 1fpdc in next dc, *[2dc, ch 1, 2dc] in the next ch-1 sp, 1fpdc in next dc, repeat from * around, sl st into the top of the ch 3 to join round <7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) fpdc and 7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) shells>

Next 2 (3, 4, 4, 5, 5) Rounds: sl st over to first ch-1 sp, [Ch 3, dc, ch 1, 2dc], 1fpdc in next fpdc, *[2dc, ch 1,2dc] in the next ch-1 sp, 1fpdc in next fpdc, repeat from * around, sl st into the top of the ch 3 to join round <7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) fpdc and 7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) shells>

Next Round:  sl st into next st, ch 1, sc in same st, sc next ch-1, sc each of the next 2 sts, sc2tog, *sc next st, sc next ch-1, sc each of the next 2sts, sc2tog, repeat from * around, sl st into the first sc to join round <35 (40, 45,  50, 55, 60)>

Next 1 (1, 1, 2, 2, 2) rounds:  Ch 1, sc in same st and every st around, sl st into the top of the first sc to join round <35 (40, 45,  50, 55, 60)>

Brim/ optional
Sl st into first sp and pick up second strand of yarn

Row 1:  sc in each of the next 4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 6) sc, hdc in each of the next 6 sc, sc in each of the next 4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 6) sc, sl st in next sc <14 (14, 16, 16, 18, 18>

Newborn and Baby ONLY
Row 2:  Turn, sl st in the sl st, sc next st, 2 sc next st, hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next 2 sts, 2 dc in next st, dc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next st, sl st in next st <20>

Toddler and Child ONLY
Row 2:  Turn, sl st in the sl st, sc next st, 2 sc in next st, hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, dc in next 2 sts, 2 dc in next st, dc in next sts, 2 dc next st, dc next st 2 sts, 2 hdc next st, hdc next st, 2sc next st, sc next st, sl st in next st <22>

Teen and Adult ONLY
Row 2:  Turn, sl st in the sl st, sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, hdc in next st, 2 hdc in next st,
dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next st, dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, dc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, hdc in next st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next st, sl st in next st.

Fasten off and weave in ends.  Be sure to secure magic ring/beginning tail securely.

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    • 3

      Lorene says

      Add stitches to the increasing rows (prior to beginning shell stitches) How big do you need to make it. If it is only slightly bigger you can use a hook a half to one size larger.

      • 4

        Linda Bettendorf says

        I measured my head size and is 21.5 inches. How will I know how much bigger to make it from the original pattern? How many inches does your pattern fit for head size?

        • 5

          Lorene says

          This is one of my older patterns, I need to make some corrections to the pattern after the holidays. But my head is 22″ and it fits me perfect.

  1. 8

    Kay Kirk says

    This is a great web site I love it. One thing tho I’m not sure where to find the print only pattern. Can you help me out Thanks

    • 9

      Lorene says

      If you look at the bottom of each post there is a button that says “clean print” You can print only what you choose.

  2. 10

    Elaine says

    Do you use 2 strands of yarn held together for the whole thing, or just the brim? I made it with one strand and it is very small so was wondering if you meant to use 2 together all the time, not just the brim. Love the pattern!

    • 11

      Lorene says

      Just the brim. The hat needs to be crocheted very loosely in order to achieve the correct size. To help you troubleshoot why it came out small… Did you gauge it? What yarn did you use? Did you crochet too tight (gauge again). You may have to go up a half to whole hook size. During the testing phase of the pattern my tight crocheters hats came out on the small side but anyone who gauged it and went to the appropriate hook size for their crochet had perfect results. If you have any other questions please let me know.

  3. 12

    Sara says

    in step 12 what does dec2tog mean? I’m new to crocheting but I’ve understood everything else so far. Love your site.

    • 13

      Lorene says

      the instructions for the dec2tog are in the top of the post under Abbreviations and Stitches Used. It means to decrease two stitches together, the detailed instructions are posted in the Abbreviations.

  4. 14

    Ashley R says

    I love this hat!!! I did have to modify it a tiny bit to fit my head, but it is soooo cute! Thanks so much for posting it!!!

    • 15

      Lorene says

      Thank you. Some of my testers did end up with smaller hats than what it was supposed to be (though others got it right on the head). If you crochet tight it may not be large enough. I’m glad you were able to modify it to fit you!!! I’d love to see pics. You can email them to I love to share my fan photos!!!

    • 19

      Lorene says

      You can use whatever yarn you prefer though the hat does loose some of its detail when it is done in variegated yarn. Just a different look though! Whatever yarn you choose just be sure to use minimal tension… and gauge it!

    • 21

      Lorene says

      The free crochet newsboy hat requires about 1/2 skein of red heart yarn or about 1/4 of red heart super saver. I’m not sure what you meant by “is it comparable to your new pattern”?

  5. 24

    joann says

    I just finished this hat and it is beautiful. I am a beginner but it was so easy. I like the way you write your patterns. Some patterns I can’t follow or understand. thanks so much

    • 25

      Lorene says

      Great, I’m glad it was easy for you to understand, especially since that was a difficult pattern to write (easy to do but hard to explain) I have a group of women that test my patterns for me to make sure they are accurate and easy to understand. Thank you!

  6. 26

    Shanda says

    I am new to your page and I love love this hat! Do you have the children’s pattern for this hat posted? Thanks in advance!

    • 27

      Lorene says

      I do not, yet but I hope to have it done soon. I have a toddler slouch version that will be going up next week.

  7. 30

    Shawn says

    Love this hat, but would love to make it for my 3 year old granddaughter. Do you have a pattern for a child size of this same pattern or one similar?

    • 31

      Lorene says

      I do actually, it is going into testing today and should be available early next week… if you subscribe to my blog you will get automatic updates every time I post a new pattern.

  8. 34


    Hi! I’m Sabina from Argentina I made this hat, but the size is smaller than the picture but it was great anyways, now ai’m making a bigger one whith a little modifications. Thank you! you are a great desingner!

    • 35

      Lorene says

      Thank you very much. Some of my testers got smaller versions but most got it dead on so I wasn’t sure if I should modify the pattern at all. It definitely needs to be crocheted using very light tension. I’m glad you liked it. I’d love to the finished product, if you want you can email me a picture at

  9. 36

    Melissa says

    Hi! What is round 2? I watched your video and did my magic ring and 12 dc, but round 2 (# 2) has no stitches listed. But in the picture there are 3 rounds of stitches. Is round 1 12 dc and round 2 24 dc (your #3) or am I missing something?
    Also, there is no explanation of your dec2tog in #12 under abbreviations. I assumed it was a sc decrease. Is that right?

    • 37

      Lorene says

      Sorry, I changed how my patterns where written out, AFTER this one, so I went back and made all the corrections.

      I corrected the numbering… it got messed up some how. So round 1 is 12, round 2 is 24, round three is 48! hope it makes sense now

      I changed dec2tog to sc2tog (which is the proper way, sorry) and put an explanation, but you were correct, it is just sc two together/decrease.

      All the pictures for the step are above the corresponding step. I labeled them now too.

  10. 38

    Amanda says

    Just made this hat and it turned out absolutely adorable! Thank you so much. I’m looking for a similar pattern for my 2 year old. Any idea where to find one?

    • 39

      Lorene says

      I do have one… I just haven’t posted it yet. I will add it to my list, maybe I can get it done next week. Thank you!

    • 41

      Lorene says

      I haven’t posted the pattern for the child’s version yet, but you probably mimic it by using a smaller hook, maybe a thinner yarn and/or skipping one increasing round.

  11. 46

    Emma says

    I love this hat, but I’m a bit confused about the early stages. I’ve done round 1 and made 12 stitches, round 2 and made 24 stitches. I wasn’t sure what to do for round 3, so I have done the same as round 2 and ended up with 48 stiches.
    So now if I do this stage:

    3- Ch 2. 3dc into same sp (between posts). *Skip 2 posts and 4dc in sp between posts. Repeat from * around. Sl st into top of ch2 to join round (be sure not to sl st into the top of the 1st dc).

    I end up with loads more stiches than 48 (I also tried doing this stage when I only had 24 stitches at stage 2 and didn’t make 48 stitches!!)

    Can you figure out where I am going wrong please????? Thankyou in advance…. x

    • 47

      Lorene says

      in each round you are adding 12 stitches. In the first increasing round (round 2) you need fpdc AND dc in the SAME st to get the 24. In the next increase round (round 3) you only need to increase by 12. So you fpdc AND dc in one st, but only dc in the other st. If you fpdc AND dc in every st you will end up doubling your stitches (to 48 which is exactly what you ended up with).

      Try taking a look at the illustrations. visualize the stitches in between each fpdc as its own separate section. For round 3 you want to end up with 2dc and 1 fpdc. So (again) fpdc AND dc in the 1st st of the section and then dc in the next st of the section. This will give you what you need (3dc and 1fpdc)

      Do the same thing for the next round (round 4) but this time you will fpdc AND dc in one stitch and dc only in the other two stitches. Giving you 4 dc and 1 fpdc.

      I hope that makes sense.

      • 48

        Amanda Gilbert says

        I can see why people would be confused. In the comment you mention needing fpdc and dc stitches in round 2. In the pattern, you just say dc.

        ” 2- Ch 1. Skip the next sp. 2dc in next space and 2dc in every sp around. The last 2dc will be placed into the previously skipped sp (working over the ch1). Sl st into top of next dc to join round ”

        In the comment, you say fpdc and dc for round 3. In the pattern – still no mention of fpdc for round 3.

        As well, it seems like you are trying to suggest that in round 3 you only need to increase by 12. But round 2 is given as 24 stitches, and round 3 is given as 48 stitches.

        Finally, the suggestion that you want to end up with 2dc and 1 fpdc (3 stitches) by adding up a fpdc, a dc, and a dc to get what you need — hard to figure out how that adds up to 3 dc and 1 fpdc.

        Pretty confusing, but I will keep chugging along!

        • 49

          Lorene says

          I’m not sure what comments you are referring to… so I can’t say for sure what you mean. The pattern itself is correct. If you are having issue with the pattern somewhere please let me know and I’ll do my best to answer. The images should be able to clear up most of your questions as well.

          • 50

            Lorene says

            ok I can see your confusion now… I believe this comment above (that you are questioning) was not meant to be for this hat, but a different hat. I’m not sure what happened. But again, please let me know what issues you are having with the pattern and I’ll do my best to help.

  12. 51

    Monica Cruz says

    I love to find patterns that are easy to follow and quick to crochet! Most of the time they are boring. Not the case with this one!! I am in love with this hat! It worked up very quickly and beautifully. I had no issues whatsoever. Thank you so much for sharing your talents!!!

  13. 53

    Lori says

    Love this hat! I was looking on your site and saw this hat and decided to make it. It turned out perfect. Thanks so much!

  14. 55


    Hi Lorene — I got here via a link from Crochet Talk. All I wanted was guidance on how to figure out how much to increase in order to get the size (22″) I want. I appreciate that info and thank you.

    Then I get the happy surprise of a newsboy cap pattern! I made some mistakes along the way and ended up with 11 clusters instead of 12 (which is probably why it doesn’t have any puff). Since I tend to crochet tightly I used an L hook. For the rows of sc at the bottom I switched back to a K hook and am doing 4 rows instead of 3, as when I tried it on it was a little short. I love the rib stitches between clusters and thank you so much for sharing the pattern. When I put the cap on Etsy I’ll credit you with the pattern. I’m thinking about naming it Lorene’s Newsboy Cap or something like that :)

  15. 57

    Katy says

    I made this hat this evening with a minor tweak – I added 4 extra rows before the sc rows start. (I always have to add extra rows so I must be in the habit of making short stitches or something.) It turned out SO well. I love it! Thanks so much for the pattern! :)

  16. 59

    Mary says

    Dear Lorene, I just love this pattern. I’ve made many many hats over the years, but this was my 1st brim hat. The first one I made with just a single strand of yarn and it turned out just fine, but I usually make my hats with double yarn so they are nice and warm. The 2nd one I did with double yarn and it turned out just great. Thank you so much for this pattern.

    • 60

      Lorene says

      Awesome. I only make the brim with two strands usually. I’ve never made a hat with two stands, I’ll have to try it.

    • 61

      Sabrina says

      Hi Lorene–I just want to say that I love your patterns! I’ve only been crocheting for about 2 weeks and I’ve already made 2 of your hats and used your tutorial on how to customize a beanie size…which is what led me to this great pattern (can’t wait for the baby version for my daughters aged 1 & 2). I am trying to get it right with 2 strands for warmth. Thanks for sharing your wonderful design talents with us!

      Hi Mary–I’m trying to figure out how you did this pattern with 2 strands. I’ve tried 3 times with different hook sizes and can’t get the gauge right. I went all the way down to a G hook and, even with very tight tension, still measured over 3.5 inches after the first 2 rounds.

      Do I keep decreasing hook size? Can either of you offer some advice? Thanks so much!

  17. 63

    tina says

    i am on round 5 and having a hard time figuring out what is meant by the previous post, do you have a youtube video of this step? i am a visual learner and so far I am understanding things but round 5 is getting me really confused. thank you.

  18. 65

    Rebecca says

    I made this hat and absolutely love it, except for the fact it will only fit an infant! I cannot even begin to tell you how many times I have started over trying to crochet more loosely or add stitches and I am just not having any success! Can you specifically tell me how and where to add stitches to make a much larger hat? Thanks so much!

    • 66

      Lorene says

      I’m not sure I can get more specific about where to place the stitches. This hat has been tested and made by many people successfully so I really don’t know why you are having problems with fit. Are you matching gauge? Are you using the recommended yarn (or weight of yarn) and the hook needed to obtain gauge?

  19. 67

    Glenda says

    Love this pattern! My hat turned out perfect. Just wondering if you posted the children’s pattern yet for this hat. Thanks for sharing this great pattern

  20. 69


    Lorene I found your Newboy Hat on Cre8tions 2-3 weeks ago and could hardly wait to make one in a multi-rose-pink (all I had at the time) and was surprised to see the ridges showed up quite well. I used the H and J hook loosened my tension and it was a perfect fit. I made another in Royal Blue added more cluster rows to make it sloucher (didn’t have your pattern at the time). It turned out just as good. I love your site. Your pics and directions are so clear and understandable. Will be make making more of your Cre8tions now that I have stocked up on yarn. This is gonna be fun, fun, fun. Thanks

  21. 71

    Jen says

    Thank you so much for this pattern it came out amazing! Do you happen to have it in a toddler pattern size?

    • 72

      Lorene says

      I’ve made it in toddler size but have not posted the pattern as of yet.. it is on the list. hopefully I can get to it soon for you. But in the meantime since you’ve made the adult size you can probably do it yourself. Simply make less increase rows and make the overall hat shorter.

  22. 73


    Thank you very much for this pattern! I made several hats by this great pattern!! I published pictures of them on my blog :
    Of course with the link to this pattern!!
    For some of the Dutch ladies the pattern isn’t easy to follow, because they are not that good in English. They asked me to translate it in Dutch.
    And now I ask your permission to publish the Dutch translation of your great pattern on my blog. Of course I will give all the credits to you and I will put the link to your original pattern!!! But I don’t want to do this without your permission, because you have done all the effort to make this pattern!
    Renate Kleijnen from the Netherlands

  23. 75

    christy says

    I have looked everywhere for an easy newsboy pattern. I finally found this one and was able to make one in just a few hours!! Thank you so much for all your hard work!

  24. 78

    Missy says

    I’ve noticed that people keep asking about how to make this hat for a toddler. The posts are old though. So… have you posted a pattern for it yet?! :)

  25. 80


    When I printed your newsboy hat it cut off the beginning of each row. I have read you comments and you said that at the end of each post there is a button “clean print” but I must be blind because I have gone thru this whole page repeatedly and can’t find it. Please help.

    • 81

      Lorene says

      I have actually removed this option from my blog as it was causing issues and not functioning properly. I have begun to make the pdfs myself, but due to the time it takes to create them and email them, and the revenue lost from them being printed and visitors not having to come to the blog, I am only offering them at the cost of $1 per pattern.

      I am in the process of updating this in all my patterns, but in the meantime if you would like to purchase a pdf, please let me know.

  26. 82

    Allison says

    thank you so much for this pattern. I didn’t have the right size hook. All I had was an I hook and added an extra dc every other single dc and did extra rows until it fit the way I wanted. I sent you an email of the pic.

  27. 84

    Ayla Phillips says

    I absolutely love this pattern. However, my first hat made was toddler size. I used very loose tension and the right materials but still didn’t fit my head. I’m gonna add base stitches so that it fits. If not, I’ll try the 2 strand technique. Such a quick but elegant hat. I just absolutely Love the stitches used in it. Thank you for a free beautiful pattern.

    • 85

      Lorene says

      What yarn did you use? And what size hook? This hat has been made successfully many times, so that is why I ask. If I need to modify the pattern I’d like to be able to do so based on feedback. thank you!

  28. 86

    Lora says

    Thank you so much for this awesome pattern!! I made one for myself and a matching one for my one year old daughter just by using a smaller hook size:) then my sister mom and a few friends wanted one too! Thank you!!

  29. 88

    Stephanie says

    Hi Lorene! I LOVE your Newsboy hat and I am ATTEMPTING to make it myself. However, I am VERY new to crocheting and am having some trouble understanding the pattern and didn’t know if you by chance had a video tutorial from start to finish? I have found that as long as I have a video to show me I’m good but since this is all new to me I’m not good at just reading the instructions. I have done steps 1- 3 (I THINK correctly) but I got really confused on step 4. I know I am only having a hard time bc I’m brand new at it and I’ve been told MANY MANY times that I should start with something easier like a scarf, however, I really want to make a hat for my grandmother who’s going through chemo so any additional help you can provide would be much appreciated! Thanks and have a great day! :)

  30. 90

    Tammy says

    Do you have any suggestions on how I can modify this pattern to use with super bulky yarn? I crochet pretty tightly so I’m thinking of just trying it as it reads using the super bulky yarn (and it will be ok if it’s a little bigger than original size), but wanted to check with you to see if anyone else has tried it first!

  31. 92

    laurie says

    Hi, thank you so much for posting this beautiful pattern. I’ve enjoyed making this , but am having difficulty with row 11. I don’t understand why either. I read the other comments hoping someone would’ve had the same prob and a solution being posted, but didn’t. So thanks in, advance for your time in reading this.
    row 10 I do have the correct amount of clusters and fpdc , but end up with only 32 single crochet for row 11.

    • 93

      Lorene says

      are you doing the sc2tog only one time? The directions were worded a bit confusing. I changed them, but it should be *1sc in the next 3sts. sc2tog. Repeat from *

  32. 94

    haley says

    How would i make this smaller. Like newborn size? I see where you have said your posting a toddler size but im not very good at adjusting patterns.


    • 95

      Lorene says

      I’d suggest using a lighter weight yarn and perhaps removing an increasing round. I’d have to completely redesign it in order to give you exact directions, enjoy.

  33. 97

    Sue says

    I love your patterns. I’ve used a couple of them and the way you write everything up is so easy to follow. I am not new to crochet but tend to stick with what I am comfortable with. I don’t step out of my comfort zone often and I don’t buy many patterns for fear I will not understand them. I have to admit I will not hesitate to purchase your patterns. Thank you so much for the work you do.


  1. […] So here we have it: the beginning of a new tradition here at JessieAtHome. A monthly interview with a guest blogger, and the first guest is my friend Lorene. Lorene has a wonderful crochet based blog where she posts many creative patterns. She has a variety of patterns, but I have to say her hats are phenomenal! Here are two of her newer hats, the Miranda Slouch and a Newsboy Hat. […]

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