Everyone loves a nice warm knit hat. A hat is a fun project that doesn't take a lot of yarn or time. Hat patterns can vary in their complexity, from simple beanies and toques, to complex lace slouches and cloches. In this directory of hat patterns, we have noted the complexity of the pattern from beginner knitter to advanced.
Intermediate. Enjoy this little lacy cap on those cool afternoon walks or just wear it as a accessory to your all-day outfit.
Intermediate/Advanced. This lovely knitted tam gives you the opportunity to experiment with cables, lace stitches, and working in the round.
Gauge: 3.25 stitches per inch or 13.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Beginner. A super simple, bright and stretchy beanie knit in the round from the brim up with a ribbed welt stitch pattern.
Beginner. The hat is very versatile. It could be for a baby, child, woman or man.
Gauge: 7.0 stitches per inch or 28.0 stitches per 4 inches.
Intermediate/Advanced. The styling of the Peruvian Chullo inspired this hat.
Intermediate. A nice celtic motif. Would be a good knit for St. Patrick's Day.
Beginner. Easy, breezy knitting in super-bulky yarn.
Beginner/Intermediate. An easy hat in two colors of bulky yarn that knits up quickly. A good project to do to learn stranded knitting (fairisle).
Beginner. This pattern creates a thick & warm hat that gently hugs your head with reversible cables on the brim. Wear it with the brim folded up or down!
Beginner/Intermediate. A long spiral of garter stitch moves the shifting colors of Mochi Plus in interesting ways.
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