Hats

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


Red Vine Cabled Beanie

An exercise in twists and turns, this hat is the perfect practice vehicle for knitting
cables. It is a one-skein, one-evening project that looks much more complicated
than it truly is. Knit in a stunning red, it is unisex and a great last-minute gift. Photos Copyright Gale Zucker Photography.

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Fletching Hat

Bands of color and arrows highlight this unisex earflap hat which is worked in the round. Garter stitch is used for the earflaps, while the ties and top loops are done in I-Cord to complete the look.

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Arcus Hat

Arcus, latin for archery, is a simple hat with arrow motifs. Knit in a lovely cream-colored yarn, this hat is easily customizable to match your winter coat. The texture in this hat is what brings it all together!

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Brainfreeze Hat

Brainfreezes are just a pesky side effect of scarfing down your favorite warm weather treat, but it won’t hurt when this ice cream cone goes to your head! Knit from the bottom up, this adorable, silly hat looks like an upside-down cone and will delight your fellow ice cream fanatics.

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Little Bunnies Foo Foo Hat

Keep your little one warm with this charming hat that features a delicate row of rabbits near its brim. Worked from the bottom up, this hat looks great both with and without a pom pom. After knitting the brim, stitches are increased for the body of hat and the needle size is changed before beginning the colorwork pattern.

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Hearts & Arrows Hat

This stranded colorwork hat features a repeating design of hearts and arrows. While it’s totally appropriate for Valentine’s Day, if that’s not your thing, make the hat monochrome using three shades of the same color ― light for the background, medium for the hearts, and dark for the arrows ― for a modern look.

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