This collection of 16 Crochet Hat Patterns feature beginner-friendly stitches and constructions, so don’t be intimidated! Some hats are made by crocheting in the round with increases and decreases, but it’s possible to work a hat flat and then seam the edges together. You will find free Crochet hat patterns as well as patterns you can pay for. Whether you are crafting matching hats for your own family portrait, a gift for your friends or winter wear for charity. You can find a crochet hat pattern you’ll love in any of the following sections: Chinook Toque, Puppy Love Heart Slouchy, Toddler Puppy Love Hat, Plaid Slouchy Hat, Snowfall Slouchy Hat, Snow Bunny Hat, 8-Bit Heart Slouchy, Easy Faux Ribbon Baby Hat, Baby Plaid Trapper Hat, Faded Stripes Slouchy, Neva Hat, Chevron Hat, Toddler Plaid Trapper Hat, Baby Trapper Hat, Vertical Stripe Baby Beanie. What are you waiting for?
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1. Chinook Toque
The awesome thing about this design is it has no repeats, and it has space between the beginning and the end, so you will be able to size this Crochet hat up or down! Simply add or subtract stitches at the beginning and end of the graph design to change the size. Check out the source for the Video tutorial Here.
2. Puppy Love Heart Slouchy
Make this cute Crochet hat with adorable hearts! Use different colors of yarn to give it an ombre effect. This Puppy Love Heart Slouchy is a super cute and comfy slouchy that can be worn all winter long.
3. Toddler Puppy Love Hat
This hat will actually fit a range of ages. It was loose on my 13-month-old, and a tad tight on my 4-year-old, so I think this hat would fit great in between those ages. If you desire to go down or up a size, I would recommend going down or up a hook size. The multiples of 6 make it hard to make gradual adjustments. Check out the source for the written pattern Here.
4. Plaid Slouchy Hat
Learn how to crochet this fabulous plaid slouchy hat with this easy tutorial! Don’t let the color changes intimidate you, you can make this hat! This hat is almost ALL dc stitches (yay!), and works up pretty quickly.
5. Snowfall Slouchy Hat
Learn how to make this cozy slouchy hat, with a beautiful “snowfall” coloring! This video shows you step-by-step how to make this cute hat. This pretty slouchy hat has a lovely “snowfall” color pattern that looks like knit!
The pattern includes 4 size:
Baby (6-12 months)
Toddler (1-3 years)
Child (3- 10 years)
6. Snow Bunny Hat
It’s one of my favorite stitches. The beautiful texture is achieved by alternating the sc first then the dc first so the stitches alternate their direction a bit. The effect is very pretty. Check out the source for the Free Written pattern Here.
7. 8-Bit Heart Slouchy
Use this easy technique to make this cute (with the perfect pinch of geek) 8-bit heart slouchy hat. This crochet 8-bit heart slouchy is quite a simple idea, but it turned out so cute. It’s worked all in dc’s, so it’s a quick project. Check out the source for the Written pattern Here.
8. Easy Faux Ribbon Baby Hat
This adorable baby hat is easy to make and includes a pretty “ribbon” and bow detail. Perfect for every baby girl shower! The written pattern includes sized 0-3, 3-6, and 6-12 months. I think my little model makes this hat look good. Check out the source for the Video Tutorial Here.
9. Baby Plaid Trapper Hat
Make this adorable plaid trapper hat for baby! The perfect touch of rustic and trendy. Using black and starting anywhere, sc all around the hat, going all around the sides of the back piece and front flap. Work 3 sts in each corner. Check out the source for the Video Tutorial + Written Pattern Here.
10. Faded Stripes Slouchy
This cute hat is worked with varying stripes and is a fun beginner-friendly project. This hat fits adult women. This cute hat is also a great beginner project! It has simple increases and has a mixture of all the basic stitches, so you can practice each one. Get your bestie hooked on crochet! Check out the source for the Video Tutorial Here.
11. Neva Hat
This pretty Neva Hat is inspired by the Team USA olympic team uniforms! The pattern includes a written and video tutorial. If you work slowly and steadily, this hat will be simple for you. It’s definitely not a quick project, but it’s a very rewarding project.
Check out the source for the Video Tutorial Here.
12. Chevron Hat
This pretty chevron hat looks intricate but only used 2 yarns at a time. It’s the perfect beginner colorwork project! This graph is quite simple and only alternates between 2 colors, making it one of the simplest color work graphs you can find. But the finished effect is stunning!
13. Toddler Plaid Trapper Hat
Keep your toddler cozy and cute in this trendy buffalo plaid toddler hat. It’s made with two strands so it works up quickly and is thick and warm. This hat features a handmade pom-pom and I am totally addicted to making them. They are so easy, and now I need more fur colors! Check out the source for the Written Pattern Here.
14. Summer Festival Slouchy
This fun and soft warm weather hat if perfect for cool summer evenings around the campfire. Check out the source for the Written Pattern Here.
15. Baby Trapper Hat
This adorable hat will keep Baby warm through all the winter months. The stylish design is cozy and warm and perfect for both girls and boys. This Baby Button Trapper Hat will keep your little one warm all autumn and winter long. You can switch up the colors to make it for a boy or a girl. This pattern is not free but you can Check out the source Here.
16. Vertical Stripe Baby Beanie
This Crochet hat fits in a slouchy style, but you can make it more fitted by making your foundation chain shorter. I wouldn’t go much shorter than three or four stitches, though. Keep in mind, the hat in scrunched tight at the top to close it, so it will need some length to do this. It is not designed to be worn like a fitted beanie.