Many of these free crochet hat patterns are easy to make, and some of them are beginner-friendly. You'll find a wide variety of different hat styles to choose from, with options for adults, teens, children and babies.
Crocheted hats make great gifts as well as outstanding charity crochet projects; there are so many possible ways you can help others without investing much money or time. For example, you can make warm winter hats for the homeless, or chemo caps for cancer patients who are... losing their hair. Whoever the recipient of your hat(s) will be, they're sure to be appreciated.
More Free Crochet Hat Patterns
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This beanie is easily crocheted using single crochet, chain stitches, and slip stitches. It was designed to go with a matching scarf, headband and pair of fingerless gloves, which are all crocheted in the same easy stitch pattern. Several of these accessories are pictured at left. You can see more pictures in the project photo gallery.
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Want to crochet a warm winter hat for your favorite guy? If so, this classic hat is a great choice. It resembles a rib knit, but the hat isn't knitted; it's crocheted.
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Here's a free crochet pattern for a hat which is crocheted in the round using worsted weight yarn. If you like, the hat can be embellished with a flower as shown.
The hat is sized for teens, juniors, ladies, and adult women; it is a one-size-fits-most design.
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This easy slouch hat is a stylish design you'll enjoy both crocheting and wearing. It's a versatile fashion accessory that works well with many different casual looks.
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This fun hat is a cloche design that's just a little bit slouchy. You can decorate it with an eye-catching snowflake as pictured, but you can make the snowflake removable so the hat can also be worn in spring or fall. Multiple sizes are available; the pattern is sized for teens and adults.
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The "Daisy Mae cloche" is a feminine hat with a hint of ruffle and a sweet little 3d flower.
You can crochet this beautiful hat for all the gals in the family! With such a wide range of sizes, the possibilities are fun to contemplate. This would be a great pattern to use for making matching mother/daughter hats or cute matching hats for sisters or best friends to wear.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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This quick and fun project combines two of the most popular crocheted items you could think of -- hats and granny squares. The squares are arranged to form a groovy patchwork beanie style hat.
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Visor Beanie Hat Patterns
The concept: start with a basic beanie, but add a visor. The result: a hat that's perfect for the sun-loving outdoorsy crowd. The visor beanie pictured at left is suitable for sunny days that are also on the chilly side. The visor offers a bit of protection from the sun, and it's a stylish wardrobe addition for the days when you're feelin' casual and dressing the part. The unisex design makes it a great look for both guys and gals. It's also an easy pattern to crochet.
Want to... see more options? Check out this list of visor beanie hat patterns.
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This pattern is referred to as the "downhill skier" because it's a cold-weather design that's perfect for the slopes, or any wintery, blustery weather.
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A cute embroidered kitty cat adorns the front of this adorable little baby hat. This hat pattern is sized for babies, including preemies and newborns too; there are five sizes to choose from.Continue to 13 of 20 below.
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This pixie hood pattern features instructions for crocheting five different sizes: babies, toddlers, children, teens, and adults. This is a super-simple design that works up quickly and is fun to crochet. You'll want to make a bunch of these!
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This classic baby bonnet is an easy project that is absolutely lovely and looks more intricate than it is. Get the free crochet pattern, and check out a tutorial for how to finish the bonnet.
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This delightful little baby hat looks like something you'd buy at a chic boutique; if you make it as a baby shower gift or a charity crochet project, the recipient will never guess that you didn't spend a fortune on it. It's an affordable project with a lot of flair!Continue to 17 of 20 below.
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Here's a free crochet pattern for a two-tone hat, which can be crocheted in traditional black-and-orange Halloween colors as shown, or in the colors of your choice.
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Beanies aren't just for cold winter weather! Here's an easy crocheted pattern featuring an open mesh pattern. It's stylish, yet will be cool and comfortable when the snow and ice start to thaw.
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Scarves and Other Accessories to Crochet:
More Crocheted Accessories:
- Free Crochet Patterns for Fingerless Gloves and Wrist Warmers
- Crochet Headband Patterns
- Flower Necklace Pattern
- Free Crochet Jewelry Patterns
More Free Crochet Patterns