Santa Hat

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Santa Hat Pattern


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Santa Hat Santa Hat - Adult

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet, half double crochet
  • decrease
  • crochet in the round and rows

Pattern Description:

This Santa hat fits Old St. Nick and Mrs. Claus, too! It's one-size-fits-all (adult).

Crochet in red and white for Santa. Crochet in green and white or green and red for elves. Mrs. Claus...well, she may want pink and white! Mix and match colors to whatever combination makes you most jolly!

The pattern is written for an adult size head...but directions for modifying it to fit smaller heads is included.

The ribbed brim makes it naturally adjust to multiple size heads. The hat is crocheted from the bottom up with decreases worked each round. Top with a 3" pom pom and you're ready for the holidays.

Skill Level: Easy

Stitches Used: Chain, single crochet, half double crochet
Techniques Used: Decrease, Crochet in back loop, crochet in the round & rows

Pattern includes: photos, written directions, checkboxes to mark your progress and more.

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J Hook: 5 rows & 7 hdc's = 2"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Adult (23" circumference x 17" length)


  • Hook: J

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Vanna's Choice - Kelly Green; Lion Brand Fun Fur - White

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About Designer

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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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