So... I decided to come up with my own and share it with you!
I used Vanna's Choice by Lion Brand and my 6 mm crochet hook.
Stitches: Ch(chain), sc (single crochet), hdc (half double crochet, dc (double crochet), dc2tog (double crochet 2 together)
Hat Brim: Ch 7,
Row 1: hdc in second chain from hook and in remaining 5 chains. Chain 1, turn.
Rows 2-33: hdc in first stitch and each across, (6 hdcs), chain 1 and turn. (Depending on how big you would like to make your hat, you can add rows here! 33 is what worked for my head using the yarn I was using)
Slip stitch short sides together and turn work sideways, remainder of hat will be worked in rounds.
Hat Body: You will be starting with a circle, just choose a side and work around the edge. I just continue on from slip stitching the sides of my hat brim together.
Row 1: *make 1 sc in the end of first row, make 2 sc in end of second row* repeat around and join
Row 2: Chain 2 (work in back loops for this row only) dc in same stitch and each stitch around and join
Row 3-5: Chain 2 dc in same stitch and each stitch around, join (If you are using a less fluffy yarn or making a larger hat, you can add more rows in addition to the 3-5. It shouldn't make much difference in the decreases in the following rows :))
Row 6: chain 2, *dc2tog, dc in next 10 stitches* repeat around, join
Row 7: Chain 2, *dc2tog, dc in next 3 stitches* repeat around, join
Row 8: Chain 2, *dc2tog, dc in next 2 stitches* repeat around, join
Row 9: Chain 2, *dc2tog, dc in next stitch* repeat around, join
Row 10: Chain 2 *dc2tog* around join (if you have one stitch left at the end, just dc one to complete your round and join, Fasten and weave in your ends!
Something to consider when making hats, yarns come in different sizes, and so does everyone's head. So don't worry about counting every stitch and making it perfect. If you have a thicker yarn that requires a larger hook...you won't need as many rows in your brim and vice versa if you have a small yarn requiring a smaller hook, you'll probably need more rows!
Feel free to share!