Free Hat Patterns - over 50 designs
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52 of the best free Hat Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
Children's Fleece
Husqvarna Viking
Kitty Hat
Chemo Cap
Fleece Hat*
Folklore Felt Bonnet
Resurrection Fern
Prairie Bonnet
Given Moments
Hat from Recycled
One Pearl Button
Fleece Hat
Creative Kindness
Nancy's Notions
Antenna Hood
Child's Beret
Bandana Bonnets
Thrifty Fun
Child's Baker's Hat
Husqvarna Viking
Jester's Hat
Husqvarna Viking
Baseball-style Cap
Curiously Crafty
Chef's Hat
Prelude Hat*
Husqvarna Viking
Reversible Chemo
Craft & Fabric Links
Regency Era Bonnet
Scandinavia Hat
Husqvarna Viking
Hood Scarf
The Snood
Proud Mommy

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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Cashmere Baby Hat
Chez Beeper Bebe
Baby Hat
Laney's Emergency
The L-T Experience
Toddler Cap
Small Dream Factory
Easiest Baby Hat
Radical Cross Stitch
Cap for Newborn
Quick Baby Bonnet
Heirloom Baby
Touching Little Lives
Infant Cap
Make Your Own...
Sewn Knit Fabric
Baby Hat
Jessie's Branch
Baby's Woodland
Made by Marzipan
Knotted Baby Hat
Elsie Marley
Baby Sun Hat
Me Sew Crazy
Baby Baseball Caps
Me Sew Crazy
Sew hats and caps with this collection of over fifty free hat and headwear sewing patterns & tutorials gathered from all
over the web.

And since most hats are constructed from pretty basic shapes, they can be fairly quick to make and can make a great
first project for a beginner just learning how to sew (one of the fleece designs may make an especially good first sewing
project because fleece doesn't fray).

And since many of these designs are made with knit fabrics, here are a couple of tips for working with knits: Use a
special “stretch stitch” (or a tiny zigzag stitch) when sewing your knit fabric so that the seams in your finished hat will
stretch properly when the hat is worn. And use a
ballpoint needle in your sewing machine (instead of a standard needle)
which will slide between the fibers of your knit fabric instead of piercing them.

And as you can see from a few of the designs, making a knit cap can be a great way to recycle an old sweater
(especially those colorful sweaters from the 80's we don't quite know what to do with!). And as long as the knit is fairly
tight, you can sew it just as you would any knit fabric.
More Fun Sewing Projects from These Popular Books!
More Fun Sewing Projects from These Popular Books!
More Fun Sewing Projects from These Popular Books!
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Always hang your finished garment for at least 24 hours before hemming it. This is
especially important with fabrics that are prone to stretching, such as knits or bias-cut garments.

Tip #2: How wide should you make a skirt hem? As a general rule, give narrower skirts wider
hems and wider skirts, narrower hems. But ultimately use whatever hem width will make your
skirt hang nicely when finished.
Sweet Pea Pilot
Sew Liberated
Men's Flat Cap
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