Hats are the perfect projects for beginner crocheters to learn this new skill! They only require a small investment of a ball of yarn (a partial ball, really!) and a hook for the most basic pattern. They are small projects that can feed a sense of accomplishment, which is what you really need when you’re learning. Also, if your budget is tight this year, learning to crochet some hats for those on your gift list, is a great way to save some money while still giving awesome gifts. I have compiled a bunch of hat crochet patterns with beginner crocheters in mind.
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First up is this Estrela Beanie Crochet Pattern by HookedHazel; it features a delicate, interesting textured stitch, that even a beginner crocheter will pick up quickly! Don’t forget to pick yourself up some lovely (faux… because… animals) fur pompoms to finish off the look!
Another easy crochet hat pattern is this lovely twist bobble stitch crochet hat pattern by HM made
But if you’re feeling gun-shy on the textures, The Caysen Crochet Hat Pattern is so easy and made with a chunky yarn, so it will come together super quick and you’ll amaze your friends with your mad crochet skills. And they won’t even know you just learned. Before you know it, people will be telling you to open up an Etsy shop.
If your granny ever tried to teach you the granny square, you have almost all the skills you need to make this adorable hat: The Madison Beanie from Darling Be Brave. It’s completely beginner friendly with step by step photo tutorials.
This sweet little hat “My First Hat” by Whimsy Woolies promises to be your first hat: it is designed with the beginner in mind! And you get to learn to crochet that lovely flower! Bonus! Perfect hat for a lovely little newborn!
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