Best Knit Hat Patterns for Women this Fall: As I often do before sleeping, yesterday eve, I went browsing online and landed at Craftsy and in my blog archives. I did a round-up of pretty hats that are really unique: noteworthy, knit-able, have-able, and share-able with you here today. Most are free patterns, as well, I’m sure you don’t mind paying once in a while for a hat pattern, but it’s nice if you can find a freebie or two as well.
11 of the Prettiest, mostly Free, aka Best Knit Hat Patterns for Women this Fall
11 of the best knit hat patterns for women this Fall! Click on the images/links to learn more about it, and download the (free) pattern. Enjoy!
Easy Knit Hat
A favavorite hats, this neutral tri-color beanie is a classic. So many colors could be spun together to make other combinations. It’s such fun to see these quick makes come together. Knit in the round.
Wowow. There is a lot going on here. Still only moderately more challenging vs. a beginner pattern, this foliage hat is a stunning result. I would take my best yarn out to make this, as it’ll be a heirloom thereafter. Or, a great gift for a BFF.
Free Fair Isle Hat Pattern
I featured this pattern a while ago and still like so much about it: I like the thought of the his & hers- coloring; I like the fair isle pattern which makes this into an intermediate level knitting pattern. And I like the fact that it’s a free knitting pattern. The edging is very nice as well.
By one of our readers, who blogged at ‘I like Lemons’, now downloadable on Ravelry.
Hudson Riverfront Hat
This is one of those hats that looks so involved but that is actually super simple. Yes, really. It’s the yarn that makes it so special. Usually, Lionbrand’s patterns are rather mainstream. But this one is a real trendy head-turner. And I promise, it will be warm. Makes great gift.
As Lionbrand took down its entire library of prior patterns – much to my chargin!!! – I am posting my own copy of this pattern here to share with you: Hudson river hat pattern.
Pretty Beanie ‘Schuyler’
This beauty is designed by Jennifer Burke for Manos del Uruguay, a yarn brand that I absolutely adore, and just spent $100+ on for the materials for a long coat. Anyhow, stick to the knitting… lol.. We’re talking about a stunning hat here, with a lovely motif that’s repeated throughout, so that’s interesting but not too outlandishly complicated.
If you like what you see, download the pattern here:
By Fairmount fibers, Manos del Uruguay.