I know I’ve said it many times, but I really don’t like when my ears are cold. Consequently, I’m quite fond of earflap hats. They’re so warm and cozy and super fun to wear as well! So this week’s round up features earflap hat patterns. Stay warm!!
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) An Unconventional Aviator by Marie Segares
“This asymmetrical earflap hat is an unconventional spin on an aviator hat. My original inspiration was an iconic image of pioneering aviatrix, Amelia Earhart…”
2) Schrodinger’s Cat Hat by Charmed by Ewe
“This adorable Cat Hat is easy to make and works up quickly in bulky #5 yarn.”
3) Bobble Poof Crochet Earflap Hat by Tamara Kelly
The Bobble Poof Crochet Earflap Hat has a whole lot going on, and it adds up to a fun toque for both kids and adults!
4) Earflap Hat, sizes preemie to adult by Oombawka Designs
“I hope you find this a very user friendly pattern which produces earflap hats you love to wear and crochet.”
5) Crochet Fox Hat by The Stitchin’ Mommy
I’ve spent months redesigning this little cutie and I’m so excited to finally have the pattern up. I wanted to make my Fox Hat cute, but different.
6) Sock Monkey Hat by Daisy Cottage Designs
“Who’s excited about a free sock monkey hat crochet pattern?”
7) Spins and Ridges Earflap Hat by Melody’s Makings
“It’s fun to make, and so cute on……just ask my chunky little model”
8) Owl Hat Pattern– Oh Boy Oh Boy Owl by Cre8tion Crochet
Oh Boy, Oh Boy is a great Spring hat since he is made with 100% cotton. The hat pattern is written in four sizes, 3-6mo, 6-12mo, 12-24 mo and 3-5 years, but can easily be modified to fit anyone.
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