Hats

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


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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Spotted Around Hat

This fun leopard print hat is a wonderful companion to the Spotted Around Scarf. The hat is knit in the round, from bottom up, starting with 1×1 rib brim, and continued with the leopard pattern for the body of the hat. Shown with an optional pom pom in both colors.

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Paw-some Hat

The Paw-some Hat is a wonderful companion to the dog’s cowl and human infinity scarf from the August 2020 issue. Plus, it shows the world just how much we love our furry friends! Knit in the round, from the bottom up and starting with 2×1 rib brim, you’ll love how quickly this pattern starts to whip into shape. 

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Knot to Worry Hat

Let us introduce you to effortless fall style. This beautiful hat is elegance at its finest and it’s perfect for blocking out those chilly autumn breezes. The edge of this trendy knotted hat is a 1×1 ribbing and is grafted together after tying a knot, with stitches picked up in the round to form the crown. The coolest part? The stitches at the knot were not picked up, but rather cast on separately and then sewn seamlessly into the crown making them look like part of the knot. Pretty neat!

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