Crochet Mesh Stitch Hat

blue gold and orange mesh stitch hats
click photo for basic mesh stitch pattern

I think I really like making Mesh Stitch Hats! This is an adult version of the Baby T Mesh Stitch hat I made for my brother Jeff and his wife Jami to celebrate their new book! 

mesh stitch hats with streaking book

I’m so proud of them and tried to think of the best way, as a crocheter, I could help them celebrate. Both Hannah and I have read their book and love the principles that they are teaching about good consistent life-changing actions. 

They even included a small part about Daisy Farm Crafts in the book. They noticed, as they followed us through the years, that sharing and gathering a community of people, with common interests, even if it’s just a handful, can be so enriching in your life. 

inside of streaking book

My brother Jeff, is a consultant at Franklin-Covey and has worked with a lot of major companies and Jami is one of the most go-getting energetic people you will meet. She is an excellent organizer and is so talented. They make a great team and I’m so excited for them to finally have all their ideas into a book. 

inside of streaking book
A little bit about my brother and his wife.
cover of streaking book
Click photo to be taken to Amazon if you are interested in reading more about their new book!


Caron Simply Soft (100% acrylic, 170 g/6 oz, 288 m/315 yds)

1 skein each Country Blue, Persimmon, Gold

Size H/5.00mm hook, tapestry needle, scissors


Find the pattern by clicking here Crochet Baby T Hat 

Refer to the size guide and make the hat to the size needed. 

The color changes were worked as follows: one row of either Persimmon or Gold after seven rows of Country Blue. 

Also, begin with 20 chains for the brim to be foldable. 

blue crochet mesh stitch hat with gold and orange stripes

If you are really interested in pursuing and applying the principles Jeff and Jami teach toward your own crochet journey, I wrote a post about our experiences as crochet bloggers that you might find interesting. I share my own tips of becoming a crochet blogger and how it all works. I felt like the lessons Jeff and Jami offer in their book, were really similar to the habits and behaviors we put into practice every day. 

Thank you all for always being here with us as we love to share what we are making for friends and family. 

xo, Tiffany