In this post, you will see free 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 a free crochet pattern, you will be able to make more than just one.
Make Gifts For The Whole Family!
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, to making them for your family, friends, and neighbors!
From newborns, toddler to small adult sizes, there are hats for all ages.
Free Crochet Hat Patterns
There are many patterns for you to choose from in the list below, including hats with a brim, a slouchy hat with a pom-pom, beginner-friendly hats, and a hat with great texture.
Take a look at this roundup of the best crochet hat patterns for fall and winter and make something to adorn your head from the beginning to the end of the season.
1. Chunky Beanie Crochet Pattern
This lovely beanie from knittedpatterns.com is made with chunky yarn and an 8mm/L 11 hook.
This hat is created by crochet ribbing to give great texture in a chunky yarn weight.
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!
This hat has a section of cable stitches and is made in worsted weight yarn.
3. Crochet Cable Beanie Hat Pattern
A beautiful crochet cable beanie pattern by Stephanie Lau from the blog All About Ami.
Gorgeous photography and the perfect crochet hat to make using Lion Brand’s chunky yarns.
Add a faux fur pom pom to the top of the hat to finish it off.
4. Crochet Beanie Hat Pattern
This pom beanie hat pattern by yarnspirations.com is an easy beginner hat, made with chunky yarn and a 9mm/M13 crochet hook.
This hat has some slouch and is made with bulky yarn for extra warmth.
This is a simple hat for beginner crocheters.
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, and an interesting stitch pattern, the beanie has 5 different colored yarns.