Why do kids look so darned cute in hats? I mean really, so cute! There are plenty of styles too, and not just for winter. There are some adorable spring and summer crochet hats out there as well. Here are 7 free crochet patterns for hats that are made in kid sizes.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Big Boy’s Cabled Golf Cap by Moogly
“My youngest (just turned 6!) has discovered a new interest in the sport of golf! Not that he’s ever played on a real course, but he’s pretty sure his Wii Golf experience counts, and who am I to argue with that? So when he spotted a skein of Red Heart Gumdrop and claimed it was for him, I knew exactly what to make – a Big Boy’s Cabled Golf Cap!”
2) Sherbet Sack Hat by Sara Sach
“It has a simple repeat pattern and has 5 sizes included in the pattern Baby, Toddler, Child, Youth and Adult.”
3) Eden Cloche by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“The Eden cloche uses a light and airy stitch pattern that makes this a great spring hat! It’s a perfect child’s fashion accessory for walks in the park, digging in the garden, or picking a spring bouquet.”
4) Scalloped Toddler Beach Hat by Salty Pearl Crochet
“My sweet little daughter loves going to the beach. I joke that she’s part mermaid, but I know she inherited her love of water (and her fair complexion) from her father. If she could, she would linger all day playing in the waves and the sand, so I try to make sure she wears this Scalloped Toddler Beach Hat I crocheted for her.”
5) Candy Shoppe Beanie by Crochet Kim
I just love the texture in this hat, and it is so fun with the pom pom to top it off!
6) Be A Star Child’s Sun Hat by Jessie At Home
“This sensational sun hat features a star on top to help keep the sun off the most vulnerable part of your little one’s head, and a mesh side to keep them cool.”
7) Kids Linen Stitch Sunhat by A Crocheted Simplicity
“I just recently released the Beach Day Sunhat. This sunhat uses the classic linen stitch pattern for the main part of the hat. During testing several testers asked if I could design a kids version using a worsted weight cotton. So when I saw the Lily Sugar n’ Cream, Pinky Stripes, self-striping yarn, I knew it would be the perfect yarn for this stitch pattern and design!”
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