Hats, glorious hats. We really love hats. They keep your head warm. They make you look cute. And they’re super fun and easy to make.
We’ve got shell patterned hats. We’ve got camo hats. We’ve got fun, slouchy beanies. Any type of beanie that you would want, we’ve got it for you to choose from. We even have a BB-8 hat.
There’s no way the teen or kid in your life won’t love the hat you pick out for them. It’s even more special when you’ve made it yourself.
You’ll probably want to make one of these hats for yourself, too. You can match with whoever you’re making the hat for. Get ready to get your head in the game.
Simple Double Brim Hat
The simple double brim hat is – as it says – very simple: it’s entirely made of single crochet stitches which makes it a great project for beginners as well. The pattern works up quite fast because the hat is made with a big crochet hook. The hat keeps your ears double warm and looks great when using another color on the inside.
Via Wilma Westenberg
Plaid Slouchy Hat
This hat is almost ALL dc stitches (yay!) and works up pretty quickly. The color changes can slow you down a bit, but this hat was made in just a couple hours.
Via Whistle & Ivy
Modern Ikat Hat
This hat uses a design tool that lets you graph your own patterns like this lovely geometric pattern.
Via Sweet Beverly B
This hat is so named for its color and the lines that go around it. If you are into watching house remodeling shows – you’d understand!
Greene Pom Pom Hat
You’ll love the texture of this hat. Before you attach the pom pom, you can choose which side of the hat you want to use (it is completely reversible at this stage). Here three colors were used to achieve a color block look but this hat would be really beautiful in a solid color as well.
Via Skein and Hook
Super Quick Fair Isle Beanie
Fair isle crochet involves creating colored designs and shapes in the background of your project. It’s a very savvy crochet technique to learn because you work behind the background to create the shapes vs casting on and off. The motifs incorporated into the background are simple yet unique.
Via Ideal Me
This hat is available in three sizes! I’ve also added a crochet flower with a button for those who prefer a little embellishment.
Primrose Stitch Hat
Get ready for nothing but compliments when you dive into this pattern. This hat takes the cuteness factor to the next level. Take it to the mountains and play in the snow in style, or just snuggle up on a chilly day.
Faux Mistake Rib Watchman’s Cap
Here’s how to crochet a hat that both looks like a mistake rib watchman’s cap AND has the stretch of one. The solution was to crochet the hat in rows from the brim to the crown, combining stitches of different heights and working in the back loop.
Shell V Shell Crochet Slouch
This Shell V Shell Crochet Slouch is a very easy pattern to follow and the name of this slouch explains everything. The combination of shell and v stitch makes the body of the hat and give it a great openwork texture.
Via Crochet For You
Do you love crocheting bobbles? The texture it gives to hats, blankets, and just about anything else is fun and adds great visual interest.
Puff Stitch Slouch
Puff stitches are used to add texture and it’s made slouchy because there is so much variation in head sizes.
Combining simple single and treble crochet stitches create an interesting textured fabric similar to the puff stitch, without all the extra work.
Cabled Messy Bun Hat
The Cabled Messy Bun Hat is a great project that is fun for all skill levels. If you’ve never crocheted cables before, there are several video tutorials included to help you successfully crochet this hat!
Ice Queen Cap
Work up this Ice Queen Cap just in time for the cold winter months. Using just one ball of traditional worsted weight yarn in any yarn color of your choice, this crochet hat pattern is the perfect winter accessory.
Via All Free Crochet
Lovebot Robot Hat
You can make it a regular robot just by making the heart button eyes circles or make it with heart eyes as a perfect gift for Valentine’s Day! Color options for this hat are endless.
Woven Stitch Hat
Warmth – Don’t let the small holes in the stitch pattern fool you, this hat is cozy warm!
Via Bhooked Crochet
Star Wars Inspired BB-8 Hat
This crochet hat pattern perfectly captures the fun, spunky character who stole hearts in The Force Awakens, and it is complete with that iconic orange-and-white color scheme.
Camo Crochet Hat
Great for boys and men of all ages, this crochet hat pattern is easy to work up. Whether your man or little boy wants to blend in or just needs a warm hat for the cold weather, you’ve found the right pattern to make.
Via All Free Crochet
Unicorn Crochet Hat
Release your inner unicorn by rocking this easy crochet hat. The Magical Unicorn Crochet Hat has everything you could want from a crochet hat pattern: rainbow yarn, earflaps, and a horn that lets you turn into a mythical creature.
Ivory Ocean Beanie
This beanie is perfect for almost any time of year, and would make a wonderful present for a daughter, granddaughter or dear friend as it can be whipped up in an evening!
Via Hopeful Honey
Carlyle Slouch Hat
Do you love the idea of color-blocking? It’s such a modern twist on the classic stripes, and there aren’t nearly as many ends to weave in at the end.
Side Bow Beanie
This is definitely a crochet beanie pattern like none you’ve seen before. With both an adorable and a unique way to wear it, you’ll have a lot of fun with this.
Urban Broomstick Lace Slouchy
Wow your friends with a stunning new hat this fall. The Urban Broomstick Lace Slouchy hat is sure to turn some heads.
Via Bhooked Crochet
Where’d you wear your new hat? In the snow? On a chilly night? Just out and about, wanting to look cute in your beanie? Take a picture while you’re out on the town, and share it with us.
The hats we picked out are easy to make, so you might want to choose more than just one of these. Don’t be afraid to get a little crazy with it.