Cozy Knit and Crochet Hats for Fall

Find Fall-Friendly Knit and Crochet Hat Patterns for Men, Women, Children and Babies.

In the Northern Hemisphere, it’s almost fall. We’re fast approaching the season when we knitters and crocheters have the best opportunities to get out all our glorious handmade accessories and flaunt them.

Have you knitted or crocheted any new hats lately?

If you don’t have any lovely handmade hats to wear this fall and winter, now is the time to start thinking about whipping up some new ones. Need ideas or pattern suggestions? We’ve got you covered.

Hat Knitting Patterns and Books You Should Know About

I’m delighted to introduce you to some of my favorite hat knitting books and patterns. Check ’em out:

Knockout Knit Hats and Hoods by Diane Serviss

Knockout Knit Hats and Hoods book by Diane Serviss, published by Stackpole Books
Knockout Knit Hats and Hoods book by Diane Serviss, published by Stackpole Books

Hat and hood patterns are the sole focus of this creative new book by Diane Serviss called Knockout Knit Hats and Hoods. The patterns in this book are a fun mix between practical and fanciful ones. There are designs that will make you feel like an elf queen flitting about in the enchanted forest — and others that will keep you looking up-to-the-minute-trendy (as well as keeping your head warm) while you’re on your way to the park, the movies, the shopping center or whever else you like to go.

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Fabulous Crochet Hat Patterns to Consider

Learn to Crochet Mosaic Hats

If you're interested in knitting and crocheting cozy hats for fall, check out Learn to Crochet Mosaic Hats by Melissa Leapman, published by Annie's.
If you’re interested in knitting and crocheting cozy hats for fall, check out Learn to Crochet Mosaic Hats by Melissa Leapman, published by Annie’s.

Melissa Leapman has written an ingenious crochet pattern booklet that will accomplish two goals at the same time:

  1. It will provide you with fantastic patterns for crocheting cozy, warm, fall-friendly hats.
  2. It will teach you the mosaic crochet technique. The book includes a useful step-by-step mosaic crochet tutorial in addition to all the hat patterns.

So, basically, this book is both a technique book and a pattern book. There is a whole lot of value packed in this portable little booklet.

Even better: These patterns are suitable for men, women and teens. So you can use these patterns to make hats that are suitable for yourself, plus lots of the other people you love.

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Crocheted Beanies & Slouchy Hats by Julie King

Crocheted Beanies and Slouchy Hats book by Julie King, published by Stackpole Books
Crocheted Beanies and Slouchy Hats book by Julie King, published by Stackpole Books

If you want to crochet one of the trendiest hat styles favored by young people and celebrities, berets and slouchy beanies are the types of hats you’d most likely want to consider right now. Julie King’s latest book called Crocheted Beanies and Slouchy Hats is a fantastic source of patterns for hats you can make in these styles. There’s also an ultra-cool earflap beanie pattern that’s right on trend for fall 2019.

Not all of the patterns in this book are the trendy sort; some of them are also timeless designs that you’ll still want to wear decades from now. For example, the book also includes some fitted beanie patterns that are totally classic styles.

Most of these hats are casual styles that would be suitable for wearing with athleisure fashions, jeans or khakis.

The book also includes patterns for crocheting some dressier hats. For example, you could really dress up the feminine and lacy beret pictured on the front cover of the book if you’re inclined to wear it with pretty dresses or ruffled blouses.

Whether your personal style is bohemian or casual; athletic or luxurious; classic or trendy; eclectic or predictable — if it includes crocheted hats in any form, you’re sure to find some appealing styles included in this book.

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Infant Hats & Boots

Infant Boots and Hats: 6 Charming Sets by Kristi Simpson, Published by Leisure Arts
Infant Boots and Hats: 6 Charming Sets by Kristi Simpson, Published by Leisure Arts

If anyone in your sphere of influence has a baby on the way, this little booklet called Infant Boots & Hats: 6 Charming Sets could be a worthwhile investment for you. This book is a fantastic choice for making unisex designs — which is great if you aren’t sure whether the new arrival will be a baby boy or a baby girl.

Not only that, these designs are all super cute — and they are easy to crochet. You won’t need any out-of-the-ordinary crochet skills to succeed with making these patterns. They’re all pretty basic.

Learn More About Infant Boots & Hats

Don’t worry if hats aren’t what you feel like working on right now. We’ve posted bunches of other knitting and crochet project ideas you might enjoy. You’re invited to check out this list of fall patterns to find a whole bunch more timely project ideas. Happy knitting and crocheting!

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About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer with a background in textile design. She has been crocheting and crafting since childhood, and knitting since she was a teenager. Her work also appears at AmySolovay.com, ArtsWithCrafts.com and Crochet-Books.com. Amy sends out a free knitting and crochet newsletter so interested crafters can easily keep up with her new patterns and tutorials. If you’re already an Instagram user, Amy also invites you to follow her on Instagram.

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