Happy New Year one and all! Kick off this year by satisfying your making urges. To that end, I wanted to share a list of the best crochet hat patterns to match my list of knit hats from the other day. The hat above is by Everly B. which I love! I can’t believe how much it looks like a knit hat. There’s nothing better than whipping out a quick crochet hat as a gift or fun little project for yourself. I love this collection of the best crochet hat patterns on the internet. I hope you love it, too. It’s a fun little roundup that’s sure to please!
The Best Crochet Hat Patterns
The Journey Crochet Hat Pattern from Ruby Webbs
Crocheted with We Are Knitters’ Petite Wool; you can rest assured that this simple hat will keep you comfy and cozy on whatever journey life takes you. I love how simple and classic this crochet hat pattern is.
Fair Isle Crochet Hat from Cecilia Losada
If you are a person that learns best from photos, this one is for you. The pattern for this fair isle hat contains more than 50 pictures! Beautifully made, I love how it looks knit and crochet at the same time!
Button Tab Slouchy Hat from Simply Made by Erin
I love how the ribbed brim balances out the voluminous body, but the appeal of this hat is all in the details with the finishing touch of a button! What a great slouch hat!
The Stevie Crochet Beanie from Ruby Webbs
When you get this pattern, you get it all! The pattern comes in 7 sizes, contains YouTube tutorial videos, step-by-step photos, and uses affordable craft store yarn, Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick. I think that nearly covers every excuse you might use not to make yourself or someone else a handmade hat this year!
Crochet Ribbed Beanie from Delia Creates
Delia is one of my favorite makers! She always has something classic and beautiful. Keep your little ones warm in the winter wonderland with this beginner beanie. It does contain some intermediate level stitches, but the free pattern includes pictures that make the stitches easy to achieve.
Winter Blossom Beanie from CrochetDreamz
I love the intricate stitch in this pattern. Doesn’t it look like little flowers? And who couldn’t use a reminder of beautiful blossoms in the cold of winter!
Crochet Chunky Hat from King and Eye Crochet
Need to beat the clock? This beauty can be ready to wear in under an hour! Besides looking beautiful, what a wonderful benefit of using super bulky yarn.
Chunky Fair Isle Hat from Sweet Everly B
Cover a hat with little hearts, and it is hard not to fall in love. In this fair isle hat pattern, you will learn how to create this delicate design by seamlessly changing colors without cutting. You know what that means: less sewing at the end!
Malia Beanie from Little Monkeys Crochet
When a hat is this pretty, there is no need to have a good hair day! Using a combined method, crochet this hat from the top-down with a vertical design. Confused? It comes with a tutorial video!
Crochet Bunny Hat from Make and Do Crew
Does it get any cuter than this baby bunny beanie? Complete with floppy ears, pink whiskers, and button eyes, your newborn or toddler can be warm throughout the winter and accessorized early for Easter.
Criss Cross Chunky Beanie from Sweet Everly B
Made with Wool and the Gang’s Crazy Sexy Wool, this hat is constructed from the top down using the crossed half double stitch.
The Jesse from Ruby Webbs
This hat checks all the boxes: contrasting colors, complementary brim and body patterns, and of course a big beautiful pom pom!
Silver and Spice Hood from Salena Baca Crochet
When it is bitter cold, you can swap the hat for this hood! Made from an affordable favorite of mine, Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick- Quick. Of the best crochet hat patterns, this is one that comes in sizes toddler to adult.
Great roundup! Thanks!!
You’re welcome Ana! Happy hooking!
Sazzad Khan says
Fantastic post. Just love it.
Beautiful! Thank you so much for including my Stevie, Jesse, and Journey Hat Patterns!
Your welcome! I love your patterns. They’re great!!
Tiffany Han says
Um. These are amazing and now I think I need to learn how to crochet!!
Oh Hi! I’m so glad you like them. I’ll teach you when you get here :)!
Ann E McGlynn says
For December 2018, what is an ‘in-style’ crocheted hat for a teenage girl?
Hi Ann, I wish I could tell you straight away! I’ll try to ask my daughter and see what she likes!