Free Crochet Hat Patterns

womens crochet hat patterns

One of the best and most popular things you can make is a hat!

So often over the colder months, you get asked to make a hat for someone and with these free easy crochet hat patterns, you will be able to make more than just one.

People love to get hold of a hat made just for them and with the cold months of January and February looming, they will be well received.

Once you start making hats, you will become addicted, making them for your family, friends and neighbours!

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crochet hat patterns

If you are new to crochet and want to learn how to crochet there are many easy and free patterns on my website, just take a look at my crochet pattern library, with patterns for women and the home.

If you are a knitter – there are so many great fall knitting projects you can try out, including oversized sweater knitting patterns – take a look at this post and find something you can make for fall.

There are also many scarf knitting patterns that are perfect for fall and winter.

Take a look at this roundup of the best crochet hat patterns for fall and make something to adorn your head from the beginning to the end of the season.

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1. Chunky Beanie Crochet Pattern

This lovely beanie from knittedpatterns.com is made with chunky yarn and an 8mm hook.

grey crochet hat


2. Crochet Earflap Hat

This crochet earflap hat pattern from Kirsten’s Knits is made in a chunky yarn, perfect for keeping you warm in the snowy weather!

SnowCountrySkiHat


3. Crochet Cable Beanie Hat Pattern

A beautiful crochet cable beanie pattern by Stephanie Lau from the blog ‘All About Ami‘.

Gorgeous photography and a great pattern to make using Lion Brand’s chunky yarns.


4. Crochet Beanie Hat Pattern

This pom beanie hat pattern is by yarnspirations.com is an easy beginner hat, made with chunky yarn and a 9mm crochet hook.


5. Slouchy Beanie Hat Crochet Pattern

This slouchy beanie hat has a love heart pattern and has been designed by Bethany from the blog ‘Whistle and Ivy‘.

Made using chunky yarns, the pattern has 5 different coloured yarns.

Are you addicted to making hats?

Tell me everything in the comments below! xoxo

**All images are taken from Pinterest**

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