The charm of exploring a tide pool is in expecting the unexpected. Beautiful and always surprising, tide pools are one of my loves. This hat shimmers in blues and greens and its construction is an adventure in unpredictability! The sideways construction allows for a huge negative ease only found in knit fabrics.
Named after a beloved literary character who is as complex as he is down to earth, this hat is delightful to make and yet just challenging enough to keep things exciting.
Use up those extra bits of yarn and make an adorable pixie bonnet in a flash! No one will be able to tell you were using up all of your leftovers. With five different sizes to choose from, this sweet bonnet makes a perfect newborn gift all the way up to a one year old birthday present.
I mostly wear black, so a splash of bold color is a must-have in my wardrobe rotation. I love to play with color, and an ombre mini skein kit is an easy way to get a bunch of colors together. The hat begins with a simple increase then ends with decreases and post stitches to give a fun texture to the hat. So get yourself a fun mix of colors and start making!
This anemone flower hugs the side of a chic cloche and will bring summer loveliness to you all year long.
Two lovely variations on the same theme: these best friend forever hats celebrate the unity and diversity within friendship. You will love making, wearing, and giving these classic styles!
This hat, with its playful bobbles and perfect pom, will leave you wishing for a wonderland of winter.
Bring summer blooms into the bleak of winter with this cheery hat!
This is a great hat to learn sizing and increasing because it is constructed with the simplest of stitches: the single crochet. The merino wool creates a beanie that is warm without being bulky. So, grab your hook and yarn and whip up one of these hats to add a splash of color to your favorite outfit or a last-minute gift for someone amazing in your life.
This matching cowl and beanie set will keep all your loved ones snug and warm with as many size variations as there are dear ones in your life! This cheery pattern features playful stripes and circles then is finished off with a perfect pompom. The two layers on the cowl and hat will keep you doubly warm and comfortable.
Similar, but not exactly alike, this beanie with its variations is the perfect addition to your boys’ winter hat stash!
Horse Hat This horse hat started the pattern bonanza! It is the first pattern I ever wrote for someone else to follow. I started making animal hats for people and just followed the patterns I designed and memorized in my brain.
A simply constructed headband reminiscent of shells and foliage found on the water’s edge.
This is the perfect hat – it’s made with my favorite things: single ply super bulky wool yarn, minty teal and cozy grey, and topped with a squishy pom-pom. Best news is – you can whip one up in an evening. So go ahead and binge-watch your favorite show and crochet away!
Because sometimes you just need a big, cozy hat. A ridiculously big and ridiculously cozy hat.
Ready for the quickest crochet project on the planet? Well, this is it. This beanie can be made in 30 minutes for experienced crocheters and under two hours for first time crocheters. This hat looks incredible on everyone!