Our Favorite Hats - Knit
Winter is right around the corner. We all know how cold it can get in Central NY. These hats are stylist and warm and can be great presents!
Sockhead Slouch Hat by Kelly McClure
This slouchy hat uses 1 skein of fingering weight yarn. We all have those pretty skeins of fingering weight yarn that are just too pretty to be socks. A great mindless knit for TV or car knitting.
Lotus by Melissa Leapman
Knitting from the bottom up in the round, this hat highlights a special cable in the shape of a lotus and is the perfect showcase for a trendy faux-fur pom pom.
Pattern is sized for both women and men, with suggestions for making both a non-slouchy and also a slouchy version.
Shiftalong by Andrea Mowry
Learn a new technique to add to your knitting knowledge. This hat uses mosaic knitting to have fun with colors. If you can slip stitches, knit, and purl, then you can do mosaic knitting!
Barley by TinCanKnits
This FREE pattern is a super cute hat for the whole family! The pattern is written for babies all the way up to adults. There is also a version for lighter weight yarn too!
Quick Ombre Hat by Emilie Dormier
Have some fun honing your fair isle skills with this ombre hat. This is the hat pattern we use for our fair isle class. It is definitely one of my favorite hats to wear and make!
Coffee Beanie by Justyna Srock
Another fun colorwork hat and this one shows off your love of coffee. Justyna has other hat patterns with other drinks and cute phrases. You should check her stuff out.
Check out more of our favorite hats on our Ravelry favorites bundle!