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How to Knit a Hat: 7 Cozy Free Knit Hat Patterns
Did you know that a lot of heat escapes from the top of your head? This winter, make sure to stay nice and warm by partnering up with a few knitting patterns for hats. In our brand new eBook, How to Knit a Hat 7 Cozy Free Knit Hat Patterns, you'll find 7 hat knitting patterns all designed to keep in the heat with style.
The top hats this year aren't top hats at all. Instead, they're the coziest of the knit hat patterns, which keep you warm and fashionable at the same time. Knit hats make great gifts, accessories, and head warmers, so you can never make or have enough. This exclusive group of knit hat patterns is filled with fun, practical chapeaus featuring beautiful textures and exquisite needlework. Just because they look and sound complicated, though, does not mean that beginners can't take a stab. Most of these knit hat patterns are favorites because they are easy and quick. Give your head some attention, and knit it one or all of the 12 Top Knit Hat Patterns Ever.
This simple knit hat pattern features the bed jacket stitch, a slight variation of the stockinette stitch. By using two different sized needles, you'll create a stylish spring accessory that's lightweight and slouchy in fit. This pattern is knit flat and seamed up the back after bind off. This is a great (and fun) pattern for beginner knitters to try!
This beautiful mauve-colored knit beanie pattern is a breezy basic you'll love wearing year round. The Berry Swirl Beanie features a textured diagonal stitch pattern that can be achieved with just one skein of fingering weight yarn. This light and airy knit beanie pattern is perfect for intermediate knitters or novice knitters looking for a more challenging pattern. The Berry Swirl Beanie is a pretty knit you'll love taking credit for.
This easy One Ball Cloche is a simple pattern that even beginners can master! Knit in a straight panel and them seamed together, this knit cloche pattern makes a great last-minute holiday gift. The crystals are optional, but I like the added sparkle it gives to the pattern.
The classic Art Deco period style meets knitting in this 1920s-inspired pattern. Finding timeless pieces that will keep you in style all season long is all about knitting hat patterns with elegance, just like this Vintage Hat. One of the best features of his hat is its versatility. Wear the long attached tie turban-style and twisted around the front, or wind it into a rose shape for a special touch of femininity.
Simple and quick, the Simple Vanilla Hat is your joe-basic knit hat pattern. Theres nothing fancy about this pattern, just luscious yarn and straightforward stitching. Its that simplicity that makes this such a great pattern. You can pair this hat with almost any outfit, and its a great pattern to turn to when youre in the mood for something easy. You can knit up this hat for yourself or as a fun homemade gift.
Take a stroll back through time with this retro-inspired Candy Shoppe Hat. Complete with sprinkles of white yarn and a fluffy pom pom topping, you don't need mad knitting skills to make your very own version of this cozy hat. All you need is your favorite colored yarn, straight knitting needles and a little imagination and you'll have your hat complete in no time. After all, who can resist free knit hat patterns that look like salt water taffy?
With just one ball of yarn you can make someone in need this One Ball Chemo Cap. You'll love bringing a bit of happiness to people going through tough times. Although this pattern doesn't include a picture, it's an easy pattern to follow along. Your finished hat will be a surprise, but that's what makes the process all the more special! When you're finished, you'll have a beautiful knit hat someone in need will truly appreciate.
Sleepy, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Doc...can you name all the Seven Dwarves? Maybe this adorable slouchy beanie pattern will help. The Seven Dwarves Beanie is a basic, loose-fitting hat that hugs your head in all the right places. This knit hat pattern is a great project for a beginning or novice knitter, especially because it uses about one skein of yarn and will fit almost any adult head. With no guesswork about sizes, the Seven Dwarves Beanie is so easy, you'll want to whistle while you work.
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