Today we're debuting our new free eBook: 6 Free Crochet Hat Patterns: Crochet Hats with CrochetMe.
I love hats—both making them and wearing them. The quick and easy styles are perfect for take-around projects. And the engaging patterns are great for practicing new patterns on a small scale. And when you're done, you can make your head or someone else's warm and cozy.
These 6 crocheted hat patterns include:
Extreme Earflap Hats by Tiffany Reynolds: A great crocheted hat pattern for teens, this hat is quick to crochet in a two-color or three-color version. A felted finish makes it a warm and durable hat.
Slanting Stitches Hat by Lisa Shroyer: For the style-minded, this hat has a brim that can be rolled up derby-style or pulled down for a bucket hat.
Hot Cross Slouch Beret by Jennifer L. Appleby: A slightly lacy pattern worked in a lighweight yarn makes a hat that keeps your head warm without mussing your 'do.
Lace Cap by Kim Werker: Dainty and light, this hat shows off a favorite yarn and works up quickly. It's perfect for transitional seasons.
Stone Path Hat by Lisa Naskrent: This richly textured hat showcases crocheted cables. It's the perfect project for practicing with cables before you commit to a larger cabled project.
Flash Beanie by Judith L. Swartz: This is the go-to hat for
people of all ages. This pattern is so speedy to crochet that you can
make a bunch—so when a hat gets left behind on the soccer field, you
have another to replace it.
Whatever your hat style, we've got you covered. I can't wait to get started on these hats as part of the Well-Traveled Hat series. I already have yarn selected for the Hot Cross Slouch Beret and the Lace Cap. And the boys in the house have already ordered up some Flash Beanies.
Download your own copy of 6 Free Crochet Hat Patterns and get started!