16 My Favorite Crochet Lovely Hats Patterns

#1 Roundalay Hat Pattern

Anthem Chunky is a chunky version of our popular Anthem yarn. Anthem Chunky is soft, affordable yarn in 100% acrylic that’s machine washable and dryable. Great for quick knit gifts, warm blanket and charity knitting this acrylic yarn feels great and is a joy to work with on the needles.
Cascade Yarns® Anthem Chunky, 100% Acrylic
200 g (7.05 oz) / 218 yds (200 m)
1 skein color #45 (Deep Teal)
US 8 (5.5 mm)/16-20” circular knitting needle
US 10 (6.0 mm)/16-20” circular knitting needle
US 10 (6.0 mm) DPN knitting needles
1 Stitch marker
Yarn needle

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#2 Dash and Lily Christmas Hat Pattern

Worsted Weight Yarn – You can use any two worsted weight yarns for this hat. For my Christmas version I used Lion Brand Basic Stitch Premium in colors Garnet and Ivy. You will need less than one skein of each color. For the Adult Size, you will need approximately 143 yards of each color or 286 yards total or about 65 grams of yarn for each color or 130 grams total. For the Child Size, you will need approximately 125 yards of each color or 250 yards total or about 57 grams of yarn for each color or 114 grams total.
8 mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle to Weave in Ends
85 mm Pom Pom Maker – I used a pom pom maker from Clover. You can also make your own using cardboard or buy a pre-made pom pom. You can make your pom larger or smaller by using a different size pom pom maker.

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#3 Cascade Slouch Hat Pattern

A stylish slouchy beanie named after the Cascade Mountain Range in the Pacific Northwest.
Level – Beginner/Intermediate
Size – One size fits most adults
Materials – 6mm Hook + Worsted Weight Yarn
Written in standard US terms + Photo guidance
All patterns have been thoroughly tested and edited by fellow crocheters
Many photos to help guide you from start to finish
Eye-catching graphics for ultimate ease and readability
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#4 Cable Hat Pattern

Show off your cabling skills with these his’n’hers matching hats – they’ll work up super fast in gorgeously soft chunky yarn.
Yarn requirements:
Bernat Softee Chunky
Red Hat 2 balls of Berry Red (28705)
Grey Hat 1 ball of Clay (28041)
Needles and notions:
A set of 6.5mm double-pointed needles (DPNs)
A set of 8mm double-pointed needles (DPNs)
Cable needle
Stitch marker

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#5 Lee’s Cabled Hat Pattern

My take on a classic cabled beanie, perfect for snowy days! This hat features a double brim with loads of stretch, and beautiful, wide cables winding in 3 places around the body. Top it with a handmade pom for a perfect finish!
You can purchase an inexpensive PDF to support my work, read below.

Crochet your own Lee’s Cabled Beanie using this crochet pattern in PDF format.
The finished sizes and measurements are: 18-20” circumference.
This pattern contains written instructions in English and uses US crochet terminology.
The printable PDF has a total of 2 pages including the cover page.
Available as an Instant Download.

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#6 Bala Cowla Hat Pattern

For this out-of-the-ordinary option, you’ll crochet in rounds to create an un-detachable set of accessories that will keep you warm and in style. A classic-look crochet hat and cowl featuring Caron Simply Soft, you’ll stitch crochet ridges by doing double crochet back post to create the modern stitchwork design. Cowl is sewn to the back of the hat, so it’s always ready to access in colder weather. It’s a great gift to surprise the recipient who has it all!

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#7 Easiest Crochet Hat Pattern

Skill Level: Beginner
Pattern includes instructions for 10 sizes, so you can make a cozy crocheted hat for all your friends and family. The pattern is also written in 6 different yarn weights, so you can use any yarn you like, from a #1 Superfine to #6 Super Bulky.
Measurements & Sizing
Choose a size by measuring the wearer’s head circumference, and comparing it to these measurements. Select the size that most closely matches the head circumference measurement. The measurements below show what size head each size hat will fit.

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#8 Citrus Hat Pattern

The Citrus Hat is a fun and spunky hat perfect for chilly days. This hat will provide a pop of colors that everyone is sure to love. Our Deluxe Stripes yarn does all the striping work for you and results in a gorgeous, colorful pattern, so you can relax while you knit.
Child/Teen (Adult Small, Adult Medium, Adult Large)
Shown in Adult Small size.

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#9 Multiverse Colorwork Hat Pattern

Did you know that you can use your crochet skills to create a traditional multicolor hat? Simply choose your colorwork pattern, gather your yarn, and off you go!
This hat begins with the ribbed brim worked sideways. The ribbed section is seamed to create a ring, and then stitches are picked up along one side and worked upwards to the crown.

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#10 Velvet Slouchy Hat Pattern

#5 bulky weight yarn: approximately 90 (110, 130) yards
Example uses Yarn Bee Velvety Smooth in #05 Olive
US Size J/10 (6mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge, yarn needle, scissors, faux fur pom pom (optional)

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#11 Skye Boat Hat Pattern

The Skye Boat Knitted Beret Pattern will allow you to create a slouchy beret in the style of the MacKenzie clan grey berets seen worn in all seasons of the Outlander series.
This beret is knit flat – back and forth on straight needles.
To fit a regular-sized head (around 22 inches).
Diameter – 10 inches/26 cms

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#12 Highlander Cable Knit Hat Pattern

The highlander cable knit hat pattern will allow you to create a cable knit beanie to keep you warm in the winter months!
The main cable design on the hat is called the staghorn cable.
This hat is knit in the round on circular needles.
The Highlander hat design has more texture as it is knit using a fairly simple cable repeat.
You can add a pom pom to the top or not, this is up to you!

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#13 Scrappy Marl Hat Pattern

A simple marled hat is the perfect canvas to use up your scrap yarns or mini skeins. Gather up your colours and pick them out randomly to explore the unexpected colour combinations that marling creates. The most fun combos will result when using speckled or variegated colourways, but semi-solids will work too. Knitter’s choice!
Skills necessary: knitting in the round using magic loop, decreasing

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#14 Cozy Bobbles Hat Pattern

Add a textural touch to your winter style with this easy crochet hat that’s primed to become the season’s must-have accessory! Working in the luscious colors of our roving-style Caron Swirl Cakes yarn, you’ll first make the ribbing by working in half double crochet in the third loop. Then, after picking up stitches around the edge of the ribbing, you’ll work in rounds to the top. Pattern will also teach you how to do bobbles and simple decreases to complete the look of this fun hat.

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#15 Simple Rib Hat Pattern

Can you have too many hats? I don’t think so! I’ve got a few a basket ready to be taken out on chilly days. And this is my newest addition: a Simple Rib Hat.
Simple, I hear you ask? Yes, simple! This pattern contains no complicated stitches. If you know how to knit, purl and do decreases, then you can knit this simple hat. The well-known rib texture is achieved by just alternating knit and purl stitches. It’s as simple as that!

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#16 Glicka Hat Pattern

“The Glicka Beanie looks amazing in solid colours as well as tonal yarns, with an interesting chevron stitch pattern peeked by Popcorn stitches!”
You can purchase an inexpensive PDF to support my work, read below.
Crochet your own Glicka Beanie using this crochet pattern in PDF format.
The finished sizes and measurements are: 18-20” fit.
This pattern contains written instructions in English and uses US crochet terminology.
The printable PDF has a total of 2 pages including the cover page.
Available as an Instant Download.

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