Crochet Mini Christmas Hats Pattern

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I have a couple of wooden penguins and ducks that I wanted to decorate this Christmas, as normally they are left bare and I think its about time they received a bit of Christmas joy!

Obviously, these are made to measure for my own ornaments but they can easily be modified to fit any small item.

Crochet mini Christmas hat: 

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I chose purple and white for this hat and it is made up of sc stitches working in rounds.

  • 4mm hook.

In purple:

Create a magic ring, ch1, 5sc into ring (5sc).

Round 1: 2sc into each stitch (10sc).

Round 2: sc around (10sc).

Round 3: sc around (10sc).

Round 4: 2sc in next stitch 1 sc. Repeat 5 times (15sc).

Round 5: sc around (15sc).

Round 6: sc around (15sc).

Round 7: 2sc in next stitch 2sc. Repeat 5 times (20sc).

Round 8: 2sc in next stitch 3sc. Repeat 5 times (25sc).

Round 9: sc around (25sc).

Round 10: 2sc in next stitch 4sc. Repeat 5 times (30sc).

Change to white:

Round 11: sc around.

Round 12: 2sc in next stitch 5sc. Repeat 5 times (35sc).

Round 13: sc around (35sc).

Round 14: sc around (35sc).

Round 15: 2sc in next stitch 6sc, 5 times (40sc).

Fasten off.

Pompom:

  • Cut a long strand of white wool, attach to top of the hat
  • Sew loops into the top of the hat (20 in total)
  • Fasten off
  • Cut the top of each loop, and unravel the strands of wool to create a fluffy effect
  • Trim to shape

Turn up bottom of hat.

All finished.

Small crochet elf hat:

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I choose a teal green and red colour for this hat, perfect for an elf!

  • 4mm hook.

In teal green:

Create magic ring, ch1, 5sc into ring (5sc).

Rounds 1-3: sc around (5sc).

Round 4: 2sc in each sc (10sc).

Rounds 5-11: sc around (10sc).

Round 12: 2sc in next stitch 1sc. Repeat 5 times (15sc).

Rounds 13-16: sc around (15sc).

Round 17: 2sc in next stitch, 2sc. Repeat 5 times (20sc).

Round 18: sc around (20sc).

Round 19: 2sc in next stitch 3sc. Repeat 5 times (25sc).

Round 20: sc around (25sc).

Round 21: sc around (25sc).

Change to red:

Round 22: sc around (25sc).

Round 23: 2sc in next stitch 4sc. Repeat 5 times (30sc).

Round 24: sc around (30sc).

Fasten off.

Pompom

  • Cut a long strand of red wool, attach to top of the hat
  • Sew loops into the top of the hat (20 in total)
  • Fasten off
  • Cut the top of each loop, and unravel the strands of wool to create a fluffy effect
  • Trim to shape
  • Fold over top of hat of the hat to create the floppy effect, loosely stitch into place to hold

Turn up bottom of hat.

All finished.

Small crochet Christmas hat:

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I chose purple (slightly darker shade) and white for this hat to match up with the penguin purple hat. This hat was completed used tr(UK)/dc(US) rather than sc stitches.

  • 4mm hook

Start with purple:

Create a magic ring, ch1, 5tr(UK)/dc(US) into loop (5).

Round 1: 2tr(UK)/dc(US) into next stitch, 5 times (10).

Rounds 2-3: tr(UK)/dc(US) around (10).

Round 4: 2tr(UK)/dc(US) into next stitch, 1tr(UK)/dc(US). Repeat 5 times (15).

Rounds 5-7: tr(UK)/dc(US) around (15).

Change to white:

Round 8: 2tr(UK)/dc(US) into next stitch 2(UK)/dc(US). Repeat 5 times (20).

Round 9: tr(UK)/dc(US) around (20).

Fasten off.

Pompom

  • Cut a long strand of white wool, attach to top of the hat
  • Sew loops into the top of the hat (20 in total)
  • Fasten off
  • Cut the top of each loop, and unravel the strands of wool to create a fluffy effect
  • Trim to shape
  • Fold over top of hat of the hat to create the floppy effect, loosely stitch into place to hold

Turn up bottom of hat.

All finished.

I think all three hats look really good and will look great once all the other Christmas decorations are up. I might even make some scarfs to go with their hats!

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