Awesome Free Crochet Winter Hat Patterns Ideas Images for 2019
Towards North Hat Pattern
“Have you ever imagined sitting in the middle of the North Pole, watching the stars?”
The hat is worked in a round from the bottom up and starts with a half-twisted seam rib. The coast is separated by a beautiful vikkel ribbon. All over the body and crown of the hat, the rising lines of slippery seams are placed on a light background. The hat can be worn fitted (black sample) or weaker (brown sample). Use a single split (50g) of Illimani Amelie yarn.
Coinneal is the Irish word for candle and candle flames dance around the circumference of this slouchy hat. Coineal is pronounced “quin-elle” with an almost whispered qw sound. It is an old Irish tradition to put a candle in a Christmas window. I like the image of a flame shining in the dark, welcoming visitors home.
The hat is worked round from the bottom up, starting with a wavy rib in two colors. The motifs of the stitched cables in the main color run around the hat on a stitched background with striped garters. The silver sheen of the complementary threads adds a light feel to the hat candle.
This is a hat to keep your body and soul warm on long winter evenings. Two Aran or Worsted weights are needed. The model is very forgiving if two slightly different weights are used. Candle motif works best with a solid colored thread. Solid, tonal, degraded or stained yarns all work well as contrast yarns.
Toasty Heart Beanie Pattern
Your head and heart will be tight and warm when you wear one of these beauties. I like to wear the Toasty Heart shirt – it keeps me warm when the winter winds blow.
This model is wonderful and easy to make and even a little addictive – you’ll whip up a lot of thick dolls before you know it!
It is made in 2 parts – the body of the shirt and the optional giant pump. The beanie body is made by crocheting a rectangle. The first and last row are joined and gathered together to make the top of the cap, and the huge pompom is tied on top.
Beanie Toasty Heart comes in 3 sizes:
small – suitable for young people (ie babies)
medium – suitable for small people (ie children) and small adults
large – suitable for older adults
Lydia Lace Hat Pattern
19 ”Circumference / 10” Height
Premier® Yarns Cotton Collage ™
(46% cotton; 33% Merino Superwash fine wool,
12% polyamide, 9% PBT)
(1.75oz / 50g, – 246yds / 225m)
• 1133-01 Party Multi – 1 ball
• 16 ”SU 5 size circular needle (3.75 mm)
and set of double-pointed needles,
• 16 ”SU 4 size circular needle (3.5 mm)
Gauge: 28 stitches x 36 rows = 4 ”in the eye of the eye with larger needles
The 76 Beanie Pattern
This model was designed to use exactly a broom of 80% sw merino 20% nylon, 76 yards, bulky yarns. Every painter seems to have a different way of naming this type of broom from thick to super bulky. The key is 76 meters and the fiber content.
You can use ToshASAP which has multiple sites or other thick / bulky threads. Be sure to check the gauge when using other wires.
Otherwise, here are some sources for this specific type of thread:
Thread Head Knits Co. Single Ply Super Volky
Hickory Lane Fiber Co. Single Ply Volky
Bella Vista Knits Chunky Single Ply
Tippy Tree Yarns Single Ply Super Volky
The Sheepy Shire Maizy Super Volky
Dancing Skies Fiber Arts Chunky
The Basketweave hat is a comfortable project, with a tool, on which you can whip us in just a few hours (if so!). Knitted in Be Wool multis very voluminous, the simple stitching pattern allows the stains to shine.
Child (small / medium adult, medium / large adult)
Circumference of circumference: 16 (18¾, 21¼) ”
Length: 7 (8½, 8½) ”
Be Wool Multis universal yarns (60% acrylic, 40% wool; 170g / 80 yds)
• Island 203 – 1 ball (all sizes)
Needles: SU Size 15 (10 mm) 16 “circular and set of dpns (or preferred needle for knitting small circles) or the size needed to get the gauge
Notions: tapestry needle, stitch marker
Ribbed Crochet Pom-Pom Hat Pattern
Show old man winter who’s boss with a fun and easy-to-complete crochet hat to keep things toasty! This gender-neutral ribbed hat is crocheted by working into back loops using Red Heart Super Saver Chunky. It’s a great way to add stretch to your hat for a perfect fit. This pattern stitches up quickly, making it a thoughtful donation item too!