How to Crochet a Spiked Mesh Stitch Hat

38 thoughts on “How to Crochet a Spiked Mesh Stitch Hat

  • THANK you, great tutorial! I never would have tried this pattern w/ so many color changes & spikes, but now I'm excited to do it.

  • I love this hat and the pattern you out on it I am going to try this one sweetie I need your help I'm trying to find a baby crochet owl hat without the flap and braids on it do you have a pattern like that if so I would buy it if not could you tell me where I can find the one u need some of them on YouTube are not in English and I can't follow them very well it is for my new grandbaby Thank you so much

  • Great looking pattern! Would love to get to the point where I am designing patterns, but need more creativity juice I guess. Lol! Thanks for the tutorial! 🙂

  • Hi Margaret, I am happy I have found and seen your videos.  I enjoy you sharing your crafts.  On one of your videos you made a Santa/snowman scarf.  I have made the Santa scarf after I am done I will make the snowman craft.   I have made it on a knitting machine from Michaels Loops and threads.  It is a large width scarf.

  • Hi Margaret once again a lovely hat. Can I please draw to your attention, that the colors of the pattern sheet use up a lot of ink printing. It does look pretty though.

  • Hey, Margaret! I love this pattern and I am definitely going to use it. I have some scrap yarn that will work great for the hat.
    You need to fix your link to the pattern.
    Can't wait to see your next project. 😀

  • Hi Margaret, Love this pattern and all your videos and tutorials! I did download the Hat sizing chart a while ago when you first shared it-Its a great reference tool and I appreciate having it! I was wondering if you ever amended it for the knit cast on, but if not, no problem,I copied your numbers from this video; I was just wondering what size Knitting Needles you used with the Worsted weight yarn, Were they also 5.5 mm? Thanks again for sharing! Happy Crocheting, Knitting and Sewing! Oh, and Happy Holidays!

  • Wonderful! I printed the instructions and made my little notes while watching you work. I'm definitely putting this pattern in my arsenal for my charity/donation hats. I'm also grabbing a tape measure to toss in my project bag. Thanks so much!!

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  • Can I just say that you explain soo clearly. Your camera is nice and close to confirm your explanation and your speed isn't too fast (particularly for those who aren't confident). A pleasure to watch. Thanks from Australia 🐨🐨

  • Hi Margaret, I know it's been some time since you posted this pattern, don't even know if you will see this.
    I noticed on the video that you are working the pattern with the right side facing you. No matter what I do ,while following the pattern, I am working with the right side out.
    Did I miss something?
    Can't figure out what I am doing wrong.
    Is this stitch the same one both sides?
    I'm embarassed to say that I've been crocheting/knitting for over 60 yrs !!!🤔😟
    Thank you very much.

  • Thank you so much for all your tutorials❣The Lord just shines through you. I used one of your patterns and your sizing chart to make my soon to be grandson a little newborn beanie and it came out perfectly! I had tried other patterns and they were always too big. I was using a chunky yarn, but with your directions and your sizing chart it just was so easy and turned out beautifully. Thank you again! By the way, my daughter loves the little beanie. 💜🙏🏻😘

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