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Top 5 Hat Patterns for Fall

Written by Olga Paskalenko


Posted on August 07 2020

We love knitting hats, we knit them year round for ourselves and our loved ones. There's something so comforting about wearing a hand-knit hat, plus it keeps you cozy and fashionable. You can never have enough!

We've hand-picked our top 5 knitted hat patterns by some of our favourite designers, one is by our very own Sam! Feel free to contribute your recommendations for our readers by commenting to this post :)

Without further ado:

Ah Caramel Hat by Tanis Lavallee of Tanis Fiber Arts

We love the subtle slouch and interesting twists in this quick knit hat by Tanis.  Top it with a pom pom for a fun and stylish favourite. It's a bit more intricate, so we'd recommend it for intermediate level knitters.

ah caramel hat tanis fiber arts


Barley by Tincanknits

Emily and Alexa of Tin Can Knits created this quick easy knit as part of their Simple Collection, perfect for beginners. You can easily modify this one to be snug fitting or more slouchy. Thanks for sharing this free pattern ladies!

barley hat pattern tincanknits


Twistmas by Espace Tricot

Ok, maybe it's a little early for Christmas hats, BUT we just love this Twistmas hat pattern. It's so easy and fun to knit, featuring twisted rib and beautiful texture, topped with a fluffy festive pom, it's definitely one of our top favourites!

espace tricot twistmas knit hat pattern

March Hat by Meghan Babin

Another gorgeous free hat pattern by Meghan, we love the way this design looks and feels. This one is a bit more tricky for beginners, but well worth the effort!

march hat pattern meghan babin


Caprock by Samantha Perrault

And last, but certainly not least, we have this lovely little number from our very own Sam :) This cozy touque is perfect for fall weather. The pattern is on the trickier side for intermediate knitters.

sam knitted hat pattern ravelry


Browse through our Worsted Weight yarn and let these beautiful patterns highlight the hand-dyed colours of your next project :)



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