My ears get so cold in the winter, so naturally I love winter hats. Here are 7 free crochet hat patterns to keep you warm in the cold. Hats can show off your style, they can match your coat, they can even match your personality. Plus, hats make great gifts and are usually fairly quick to crochet.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Lansdowne Toque by Sincerely Pam
“One thing I have learned is that colorful or interesting yarn pairs best with simple stitch patterns.”
2) Snow Drops Slouch Hat by Left in Knots
“Today I am sharing the Snow Drops Slouch Hat pattern with you, along with a brand new right and left handed video to help you get started with the star stitch.”
3) Winter Berry Beanie by The Purple Poncho
“This is a special design that is dear to my heart and the photographs were taken on a Mother-Daughter trip recently to Washington, DC.”
4) Mermaid Tears Beanie by Salty Pearl Crochet
“The lacy stitching makes a deliciously warm hat that can still breathe in warmer climates.”
5) Ombre Pop Beanie by Kim Guzman
This hat has amazing texture and is lovely made in ombre yarn.
6) Flower Head by Jessie At Home
“I love Chic Sheep yarn! The lovely colors inspired me to make a hat with a flower center.”
7) Snowflaking Hat by Divine Debris
This stocking hat features stripes and snowflakes and is super fun!
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