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Crochet Hat Project Ideas

For those of us living in a cool to colder climate, a hat is a must. Crochet hats can add a variety of flavours. From cotton based to break the chill to full on wool hats to fight against wind chill. 

To us, hats are personal in style and material types. Below are a wide range of hats for all sorts of climates.

Be inspired to create a new hat for this season. From fancy to basic ideas. Choose the right materials to make your hat. Ideas range from cotton, acrylic, animal fibers and more.

Be Inspired with New Project Ideas

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11 Comments

  1. donna saliba

    Just printed the pattern for the Slouchy Crochet Beanie. I am making this hat, a few times, for a friends mother in law who has cancer. I can’t wait to see how it turns out. Also looking for slip stitch hat patterns. I want something that isn’t an “open” pattern as we don’t want her to get cold!

    Thank you so much for all the lessons and inspiration! I did the Better Together Pattern and I’m working on the second pattern of Jeanne’s Healing Stitches. First one is complete, just doing the rectangular pattern!

  2. CAROL ANN Gohn

    just an idea……crochet beanies with sparkly yarn and put a floppy flower on the side for christmas gifts for girls/women….if you make it longer you can curl up edge and add flower for 1920s affect ………also make Beanie longer and fold up to make cuff for boys/guys………I make beanies with cuffs for the homeless…quick and easy….if you have more time you can make scarves and mittens too…..albeit I’m in the middle of trying to figure out how to crate a squared easy to crochet mitten….Christmas yarns comes in beautiful gold/silver stripped colors too……….would be nice if crochet sites would show easy single crochet free patterns too..

    • Mikey

      I have read your update here. It’s really tough. In one hand I am criticized for easy patterns and I provide more detailed ones but then the scale slides the other way when I showcase a more complicated pattern. I cannot see the find the balance of that. You had a lot of great thoughts to share. I appreciate that.

      • Sheila Trout

        so far i love you patterns, but my only thing and i am sure this is just me i can’t figure out how to print the pattern, any helpful hints

      • Mikey

        Each article has a BLUE BUTTON that is the link to the pattern itself. You may be thinking it’s an ad. There’s a Y symbol that is the Yarnspirations Logo in most of the blue buttons. Hopefully this helps.

  3. Lynda R Dukala Landgraf

    love all your stuff.

      • Debbie Scarberry

        Agreed! I spend almost as much time looking for patterns as I do making them!

      • Same, I love finding new patterns of things I haven’t made before as well as variations of things I have and combining patterns 🙂

  4. Marsha

    The first item I ever crochet was a cowl by Mikey on a u tube video. It turned out great and I was os impressed with your tupritals. So thankyou for encouraging me and so many to try to do this crocheting. It is such a soothing help to do. I have since done hats , ear warmers scarves,and pot holders, yesmaybe nto eloborate orcomplicted but very satisfying for the soul. Many thnaks for all the tutorials and making life at a very difficult time a bit more bearable.

  5. Maxine Gates

    I have learned so much from your tutorials. Thank you.

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