Crochet a Bun Hat the Easy Way!


Today’s post is to talk about crochet…. Crochet is one of my favorite things to do. I can take it everywhere and I can express my creativity while making things people need and enjoy.

DISCLAIMER: This pattern is written for your use and enjoyment PLEASE do not sell it for profit. This pattern also assumes you know how to do the crochet stitches already. If you need help please let me know I can walk you through it.

Lets talk Bun Hat…. The bun hat is easy and quick to work if you know the basic crochet stitches. Because long hair is in style right now people are making this hat all over the internet but it never comes out exactly correct for me. I decided to try one of my own creations with easy instructions.  I do not understand most crochet instructions so I just play and work it to come out the way I like it. Also, plenty of pictures to show you how the hat comes together.

This pattern is for adult/teens you can make a smaller one by doing less single crochets on the hair band and less double crochet rows. Use a measuring tape to find your perfect width and hight.


Lets talk materials that you will need:

Yarn ( any kind you like) my favorite type of yarn is Red Heart Super Saver because it’s very cost-effective and easy to work with.

Crochet hook ( any size that works with the yarn you choose to work with. Red Heart works well with a 5.5 mm so that is what I use with it.

Needle to sew in ends if you need too.

Scissors to cut the yarn as needed

And for this project get a hair band just a regular cheap one will do.

Stitches you will be working with are:

SC – single crochet

DC – double crochet

FPDC – front post double crochet

BPDC – back post double crochet

C – chains

SS – slip stitch

Row 1: Attach the yarn on to the hair band then I single crochet around the band till you reach 24 SC. Then SS and C 3


Row 2: 2 DC in each stitch around then SS and C 3.


Row 3: Pattern is 2 DC in first stitch then 1 DC in next. repeat till you reach the end of the row and SS and C3.

Row 4-9: 1 DC in each stitch with a SS and C3 at the end of each row.


Row 10: Alternate FPDC and BPDC to the end of the row. SS and C3.


Row 11: Alternate BPDC and FPDC to the end of the row then SS and C3.

Row 12 and 13: Repeat row 10 and then row 11 SS and C1 at each end of rows.

Row 14: SC each stitch around and SS together. DONE!!!!


Easy HUH????

My model is my daughter Allison. How cute is that…


Change it up using multiple colors or alternating the stitches a different way. Unique and the hight of fashion…

If you have any questions please contact me here and I will do my best to help.

Glad your here!


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