Cheeseburger Hat – Free Crochet Pattern Review

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Cheeseburger Hat – Free Crochet Pattern Review

Cheeseburger Hat - Free Crochet Pattern
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This was a really fun project to work on. Not sure I’ll ever actually wear it, but I just couldn’t resist making it. Sometimes, just because you can, you really should! How could you be unhappy wearing a cheeseburger on your head?! Don’t think it’s possible.

The designer did say she is a tight crocheter and to check your gauge. Since I didn’t really care what size hat I came up with I did not check my gauge and just went with the size “J” hook as written. Perhaps I tend to crochet loose, but the hat ended up as an adult large/XL (it is written as a toddlers hat), so if you are looking to make this a child’s hat you should definitely go down at least one hook size.




There were a few tweaks I made to this awesome pattern. I wanted to make the lettuce look a little more real, so instead of using one color of green, I used two strands of lightweight yarn held together, one light green and one dark. Also, for the lettuce round 12 I changed it completely to mimic the look of real lettuce. Here’s what I did:

ALT round 12 (worked in the front loops only for entire round)
Ch 1
Sc in same st
* Ch 1
Sc in next st
Ch 2
Sc in next st
Ch 3
Sc in next st
Ch 2
Sc in next st
Ch 1
Sc in next st *
Rep from * to * around
Join to first sc w/ sl st

Finding the hat to be on the larger side, I stopped the hat one row short by omitting one of the last 3 half double crochet rounds.

Many thanks to Devin for sharing the pattern! It is available as a downloadable PDF and can be found here: Cheeseburger Hat – Free Crochet Pattern

Don’t forget to share pictures if you make the hat – designers love it. Happy hooking!

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