Bicraftual Brimmed Hat
This hat combines my two favorite attributes of knitting and crocheting a hat. I love the speed and texture of the crocheted brim, and I love the smooth and pretty decreases of the knitted crown. This hat will whip up in no time with a Bulky yarn (Symbol 5) and 6.00 mm hook and needle.
This hat is designed to complement the Petra wrist warmers. It is worked in segments with short row shaping, the tips of the segments meet at the crown. It is crocheted in slip stitches.
Bold & Subtle Chain Reactions Hats
Chain Reaction is a slightly slouchy hat with clear and contemporary looking design and shape that takes advantage of the decorative effect of the working chain.
Dancing Trees Beanie
This pattern is for a modified variation of Dancing Trees Slouchy Hat, converted into a trendy and modern looking beanie for those of you who don’t like slouchies and want a hat with the “dancing trees” motif.
This is a pattern for a casual beret, incorporating dense shells to give it volume and width. Made from fine wool it will be a soft and pretty addition to your winter outfit. Shell panels remind me of clouds, that’s why I named it “Oblak”, meaning “cloud” in my native language.
Splat Hat pattern by Nicole Montgomery
This slouchy hat will ward off a crisp, fall chill in style! If you prefer a more fitted hat, simply stop knitting 3” earlier than called for in the pattern and proceed directly to the decrease instructions.
Show Your Love Slouchy & Beanie
Crocheted hats with classic stripes show your love for your favorite colors, favorite team, your school or your country. They’re great “couple” hats, too.
The Duck Hat pattern by Emily Ringelman
My husband is an avid duck hunter with a PhD in the study of animal behavior, namely ducks. Needless to say, we have a lot of ducks in our life. Quite a while ago, he asked me for a knitted hat that looked like a duck, with all of the features 3-D. I thought, no. We have enough ducks. And I knew there was no way I’d go out in public with someone who had a duck on their head. So I ignored him. He asked again, and then again, and then started to bug me about it, so I caved. The Duck Hat is the…