Bobble Loom Hat

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Bobble Loom Hat Pattern


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Knitting: Bobble Loom Hat
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Bobble Loom Hat Just pretty
Bobble Loom Hat Hat of colors
Bobble Loom Hat Different top
Bobble Loom Hat One top ending

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Know how to e-wrap
  • Gather hat top
  • Pictures included

Pattern Description:

This cute hat is easy to make, but looks nothing like a typical loom knitted hat. The hat can worked in worsted weight, homespun, or any other yarn of your choice.

The hat has an openness to it but is still quite warm for winter use. The thicker the yarn the warmer the hat.

I wanted something that was cute, easy to do, and looked good while wearing it, thus was born this hat.

In the pattern there are pictures (I place the pictures at the bottom for ease of printing just the written and save your ink on the color) The two different endings are included, with a separate section for the hat with many colors.


Gauge determined by loom size

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size varies with size of loom used


  • Any round loom, depends on final size
  • Pick
  • Yarn needle
  • Yarn can be worsted single strand, homespun one strand, for thicker hat two strands of worsted, or a strand of worsted plus a thinner strand
  • Less then one skein for most hats

About Designer

About Designer

MaryJeanne on

I have been doing some kind of craft since I was 14 years old when my aunt decided that I would learn to knit. From those, ah, suggested lessons, I moved to learning crochet, macrame, tatting, chair braiding, Tunisian crochet, and some beading.

I am a wife, mother, grandmother, and I work part time. I love being able to start with an idea or picture and figure out how to do that.

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