Hats

Knit your whole family a set of hats using these quality knitting hat patterns.


Flower Market Hat

Introducing the Flower Market Hat pattern, an exquisite design inspired by the vibrant blooms found in a flower basket. This pattern, estimated to be completed within a week, caters to advanced-level knitters seeking an engaging and rewarding project. Embrace the challenge and creativity as you bring this hat to life, infusing it with the spirit of a blossoming flower market.

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Winter Winds Balaclava

Say goodbye to the woes of “hat head” and embrace the comfort and elegance of this versatile accessory. This hooded cowl is a breeze to knit up and the best part? It’s done entirely in the round, making for a seamless and efficient knitting experience. Once you reach the crown, a simple cut and finishing touch create the perfect winter accessory, ensuring you stay cozy without compromising your hairdo. This cowl is not only fashionable but also serves as an excellent introduction to the art of steeking. By knitting in the round and then skillfully steeking, you’ll create a piece that seamlessly combines tradition with innovation.

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Icy Rose Beaded Winter Hat

This lovely hat features an all-over cable pattern that is embellished with seed beads for extra glamor. The project begins with a tubular cast-on for a polished look. After joining in the round, 1×1 ribbing is worked for approximately 4 inches to create a foldable brim, then the ribbing smoothly transitions into the beaded cable pattern. A small crochet hook is used to place a bead at the center of each cable, so there is no need to pre-string any beads in advance (and the design may of course be worked without any beads as well). The cables are an adaptation of Barbara Walker’s “Coin Cables” motif, modified to be worked with twisted stitches and left-crosses. The crown shaping of the hat uses strategic decreases to continue the cabling on a smaller scale. The size of the hat can easily be modified by adjusting the number of pattern repeats in each round or by working additional vertical repeats for a longer, slouchier hat, if desired.

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Dusk & Dawn Colorwork Hat

Step into the enchanting world of stranded colorwork with our Dusk & Dawn Colorwork Hat pattern. Designed with both comfort and style in mind, this unisex adult-sized hat offers two distinct versions to suit your personal taste: a longer, slouchy fit for those cozy winter strolls, or a snug, fitted beanie for crisp, chilly days.

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Arctic Shimmer Brioche Headband

This charming winter headband features a two-color brioche motif that is worked with a cozy bulky-weight MC yarn and a sparkly worsted-weight CC yarn. The suggested Hygge yarn makes the project super soft and warm to wear, and the Sparkle yarn is fun and glamorous, making the finished ear warmer a perfect accessory for any festive occasion. The headband begins with a basic long-tail cast-on and is worked flat in two-color brioche in a pretty stitch pattern (though plain two-color brioche ribbing could easily be substituted, if desired). The project concludes with a basic bind-off, then the cast-on and bind-off edges are sandwiched and sewn together to create the stylish twisted seam that can be worn at the front or back of the headband.

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Cassia Beanie

Cassia is a girl’s name of Greek origin meaning “cinnamon.” And if cinnamon is the perfect spice for fall, this project is the perfect accessory. Knit in a combination of 2×2 rib, broken rib and mock cables, this stretchy hat fits a wide range of sizes making it ideal for both guys and gals. Plus, its longer brim allows for the perfect fit: simply fold it higher for a snugger fit or shorter for a more relaxed look.

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Taelyn Textured Hat

This fun design explores variations of *knit 1, purl 1* stitch patterns to create a textured hat that is very easy to customize. The pattern uses 1×1 ribbing, moss stitch and seed stitch to illustrate the different effects that are created by shifting the vertical alignment of alternating knits and purls, creating a bold sampler of textured stitch motifs. Featuring decorative Latvian braids, contrasting colors and topped with a speckled pom pom, this cozy hat will keep you stylish and warm all season long.

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Falabella Reversible Beret

Utilizing simple hat shaping techniques, this reversible striped beret is an easy, entertaining knit. Work your first beret from the top-down using alternating stripes of natural boucle and a jewel tone fingering yarn. Then flow directly into the contrasting beret, using the same boucle and a different shade of contrasting color. Finish them off with a crown bobble on each hat and you’re all set with your new reversible fashion accessory.

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Mindy Reversible Beanie

This two-tone beanie is right on trend and utilizes a technique that beginners will find a suitable challenge to build their skills. The beanie starts with a provisional cast on, is knit as a tube in one color and then shaped towards the crown to create a traditional beanie. To finish the second half of your new accessory, the hat is then picked up along the provisional cast on and the same thing is done to the other side in a contrasting color. Once finished, one side is turned inside and the brim is folded over, making a 100 percent reversible beanie with a contrast brim.

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