Baublette Hat by Connie Lee Lynch

Baublette Hat

December 2020
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ Aran
= Aran (8 wpi) ?
Rounds 1–5 should equal approximately 4” (10 cm) across the diameter of the spiral when laid flat.
5.0 mm (H)
4.0 mm (G)
200 - 450 yards (183 - 411 m)
Baby, Toddler, Child, XS/S, M/L
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Tiny puff stitches adorn this hat along every other round of the body to create a subtle texture that allows the marled yarns to play together without being distracting. Hat is worked in a spiral without joining rounds through the body and then in joined rounds for the generous brim that uses just one strand of yarn and a smaller hook for a snug fit.

Photos are included in the pattern to further illustrate the puff stitch, working into the 3rd loop, and transitioning from two strands of yarn to one. Size chart can also be used to estimate finished size with yarn substitutions, including a single strand of lighter weight yarn - simply continue increase rounds at the same rate until the flat diameter has been reached for the intended size.


  • Single crochet
  • Half double crochet
  • Working in the round
  • Working into the back loop only
  • Puff stitches
  • Working into the 3rd loop of hdc stitches
  • Post stitches (front and back)


Rounds 1–5 should equal approximately 4” (10 cm) across the diameter of the spiral when laid flat.

Finished sizes: Baby, Toddler, Child, S/M, L/XL

Chart included in pattern with sizing guidelines.


  • MC: Mechita by Malabrigo in Teal Feather (100g, 420 yds 384 m) fingering weight (1: super fine) yarn, 100% merino wool, 1 skein
  • CC: Luminosa by Cascade Yarns in Blue Topaz (100g, 240 yds 219 m) aran weight (4: medium) yarn, 52% viscose, 44% baby alpaca, 4% merino wool, 1 skein
  • H/8 (5.0 mm) and G/6 (4.0 mm) crochet hooks
  • stitch marker(s)
  • scissors
  • darning needle

Pattern was tech edited by James Bartley and tested in Yarnpond.

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