5 Fun Hat Patterns to Knit

Summer might be just around the corner for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, but hat knitting is always in season! Whether you like knitting hats for charity or are looking to get a head start on that holiday gift knitting, check out these great hat patterns that are perfect for you, a loved one, or someone in need.

Regalo Hat

I wrote this hat pattern as part of a collection of patterns that are perfect for gift-giving. It’s a slouchy hat, written for two sizes (Head Circumference 18-20” and 20-22”) and you can knit one for all the people in your life that are knit-worthy.

Find the Regalo Hat pattern in our shop here.

Boreal Hat

The Boreal Hat by Meghan Jones is a hat for the whole family. The cabled hat pattern is sized for baby to adult. Not only are written instructions included for the charts, but the pattern also includes matching mittens!

Find the Boreal Hat and Mittens in our shop here.

Vault of Diamonds

Just like the Boreal Hat, Vault of Diamonds is another stunning hat pattern by Meghan Jones, generously sized to fit the whole family. This hat is worked from the bottom-up and in the round to create the colorful diamond pattern.

Find the Vault of Diamonds Hat pattern in our shop here. To see more from Meghan, check out her website, Little NutMeg Productions.

Alrisha Hat

The Alrisha Hat by Corrina Ferguson is slightly-slouchy lacy hat, written for three sizes (19.25 (22, 24.75)” head circumference). Worked in a bulky yarn, you can have this one whipped up in no time for your own head or the head of a loved one.

Find the Alrisha Hat pattern in our shop here.

Fangirl Hat

The Fangirl Hat by Corrina Ferguson is the perfect hat for the sports fan in your life. Knit it up in your favorite sports team colors, the colors of your alma mater, or even the colors represented in your favorite fictional fandom. The hat is worked in worsted weight yarn – try making one with leftover yarn for a fun and funky scrappy hat!

Find the Fangirl Hat in our shop here. To see more from Corrina, check her out on Instagram.

Do you love to knit hats? If you do, try one of these for your next hat knitting project. You’re sure to have a blast knitting one of these, and the recipient will certainly love it too!

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42 Responses to “5 Fun Hat Patterns to Knit”
    • Brenda Erwin
      Brenda Erwin

      Elaine – under the photo there is a link to the pattern. It’s easy to overlook.

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  1. Kristi Warmoth
    Kristi Warmoth

    I LOVE YOUR PATTERNS ALTHUOGH I DON’T GET A LOT OF CHANCE TO KNIT

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  2. Jesh
    Jesh

    am a hat lover, and knittter, so Iwill for sure knit the first, 4th and 5th one! thanks for the patterns!

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  3. Nila Daugherty
    Nila Daugherty

    Why is it so time consuming to find prices and ordering data. I usually just give up and delete

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Susan,
      Here’s what the experts had to say about your question:

      Due to the cables and shaping within the cables, it would be considered an intermediate level pattern.

      Please let us know if you have any further questions
      Sincerely,
      Danesha
      The Knitting Circle Video Membership

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  4. Ruth
    Ruth

    I want to withdraw from the knitting circle.I no longer want any e mails from you

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Ruth,

      We sent you an email confirming your cancellation. Remember you can always email or chat on our website with questions or concerns!
      Please reach out to us again if you have further questions!
      Sincerely,
      Danesha
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  5. Joan Apple
    Joan Apple

    Hello…quick question re: the Regalo hat pattern…
    After the instructions for the Ribbing Round, the Next Round instructions read: *k1o, p1; rep from * to end. I have never seen “k1o” in a pattern…is it a misprint? Or am I missing something?
    Please advise, thank you!

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Joan,

      Here’s what the experts had to say about your question:
      There’s a typo in the pattern. It should be k10, p1 (knit 10 stitches, purl 1 stitch).

      Sincerely,
      Sarah
      The Knitting Circle Video Membership

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