8 Free Crochet Hat Patterns: Crochet Hats with Crochet Me

 

You can’t have too many hats. As my outdoors-loving husband likes to remind me, a warm head makes for a happy hiker. Keep your head warm and your whole body stays much warmer. With this rerelease of our popular hat eBook, we’ve added two patterns for a total of eight crochet hat patterns to keep everyone in the family stylishly warm and happy.

With the One-of-a-Kind Hats by Judith L. Swartz you won’t have to make the same hat twice. Easy instructions show you how to change colors and textures, add ear flaps, use stripes, and more.

If you want to learn a new technique, try the Cables and Lace Broomstick Hat by Kristin Omdahl. The dense cabled brim, perfect for keeping your ears warm, contrasts with the broomstick lace worked in the body of the hat to create an elegant and functional hat.

The Extreme Earflap Hats by Tiffany Reynolds is a great crocheted hat pattern for teens. Quick to crochet with a dash of felting, they’re as fun to make as they are to wear.

Also perfect for teens is the Flash Beanie by Judith L. Swartz. This easy crochet hat pattern is so speedy to crochet that you can make a bunch-so when a hat gets left behind on the soccer field, you have another to replace it. For the style-minded, we have several crocheted hats.

The Slanting Stitches Hat by Lisa Shroyer has a brim that can be rolled up derby-style or pulled down for a bucket hat.

The Hot Cross Slouch Beret by Jennifer L. Appleby keeps your head warm without mussing your do. Worked in a light-weight yarn, it spans seasons.

Also suitable for transitional seasons is the Lace Cap by Kim Werker. Dainty and light, it shows off a favorite yarn and works up quickly.

For an engaging crochet project, try the Stone Path Hat by Lisa Naskrent. This richly textured hat showcases crocheted cables.

Whatever your hat style, we’ve got you covered. And when you have your family’s heads covered, think about crocheting hats for charity. For a suggested charity, see CrochetMe.com and search for Craftivism. Work up any of these hats-we’d love to see them. Share your finished objects in the Gallery on CrochetMe. com.

Happy crocheting,

Marcy

 

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