Aviator Hat

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Aviator Hat Pattern


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Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet in the Round

Pattern Description:

You and your kids can take to the skies with this authentic looking aviator hat with coordinating goggles and scarf.

These are great for girls who want to pretend to be Amelia Earhart or boys who want to play one of the Wright Brothers!

The goggles are made with plastic packaging (or transparency sheet) and you can really see through them! They are easy to make and kids go crazy for them! They come in 3 sizes.

Fun for the whole family with six hat sizes (newborn to adult men), three goggles - which are all adjustable) and three different scarf patterns. All these are included in this pattern set.

Finish off the look with one of three scarf designs.

We've created two video tutorials for the special stitches used in the child and adult scarves. Links are in the scarf patterns!

***You have permission to give away and sell your finished project as long as you credit Yarnovations.com as the original pattern designer.


5dc and 3 rows = 2 inches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6 hat sizes (newborn to adult men), 3 adjustable goggle sizes, 3 scarves


  • 1 skein brown, 1 skein tan, plastic packaging

You Will Also Need:

  • buckles are optional

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

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Gingleschnort on craftsy.com

Excellent Aviator Hat  February 9, 2013

Super Cute and so much Fun to make!!

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Yarnovations designs innovative crochet patterns for Yarnivore's. This is not your grandmother's crochet!

We are the Yarn Twins, Deborah Bagley and Dana Bincer. We have been crocheting since the mid 1980's...when our grandmother taught us how to crochet. But we didn't honestly crochet much until 2010.

We gravitate to fun, whimsical, realistic type designs. Maybe they're a little quirky, ...

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