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How to Knit a Hat: 7 Cozy Free Knit Hat Patterns
This playful striped hat is an attractive knit hat pattern great for both children and adults. The Button Back Hat has a simple stockinette stitch construction, ribbed edges, and a small loop that fastens to a button in back. The Button Back Hat is an easy way to take a basic hat and turn it into something special with a simple button. Try knitting with bright, bold yarns for a fun, spirited look.
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.
If you enjoy knitting, then you should follow these directions to make your own Easy Lace Snood. This beautiful lace beanie pattern is perfect for spring as well as year round wear. The Easy Lace Snood is a lovely finishing touch for whatever you're wearing. This is a great knitting pattern for a snood because it allows you to decide what color yarn you wish to use. You can make one for yourself or a loved one!
Travel back in time to a world full of cobblestone with this unique knit hat pattern. By using the garter stitch cobblestone technique, Robin created this adorable hat that mimics the shape of its rocky counterpart. Bars of garter stitch are artfully framed between stockinette stitch fabric, making the woven effect of the Cobblestone Hat irresistible.
Add this pattern to your knitting patterns for hats list and get ready to knit a perfectly festive Snowflower Hat for winter. Does the beautiful fair isle design look more like a flower or a snowflake? Personally, I see snowflake more than flower, but either way with this pattern's basic shape and curled, ribbed edge, it's definitely a winner.
Let Emi Harrington walk you through this easy knit hat pattern with a free written tutorial and video demonstration. Whether you're looking for a newborn hat or a cozy adult hat for winter, this pattern is perfect because it comes in a variety of sizes. Knit completely in the garter stitch, this hat is a wonderful pattern for beginners who are looking to try something new.
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?
The Rosalie Hale Hat is modeled after a warm white knit hat that the character Rosalie wears on the twilight movies. Taking advantage of free online knitting patterns like this one is a must. To make it you will need worsted yarn and U.S. sizes 4 and 7 needles.
This adorable knit beanie pattern is an instant classic. The mix of purples and blues are perfect for any season. The slouchy construction makes it breezy enough for summer and spring, yet warm enough for fall and winter. The Mystic Fog Beanie is exactly that, mystical. This cool looking hat is perfect for throwing your hair up on a bad hair day or adding a little pop of color to a drab outfit. The Mystic Fog Beanie is sure to become your new favorite beanie, so get out those knitting needles and make a little magic.
Robin Celli designed this Carolyn Rose Hat for a recently passed teacher and close friend. Help Robin honor her friend's memory by following these knitting instructions to create a cozy knit cap that features the rose stitch. If you're unfamiliar with this stitch, Robin has also included a free tutorial.