37 Warm Hat Tutorials

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Baby, it’s cold outside!  Hats are a great way to beat the chill! Save some money and express yourself with these free hat tutorials!

37 Warm Hat tutorials

  1. Faux Fur Floppy Ears Hat
  2. Ribbon Hat  – with video tutorial!
  3. Dinosaur Hat – with video tutorial!
  4. Pigtail hat
  5. Flapper Headband – with video tutorial!
  6. Breath of Spring fleece Beanie
  7. Fleece hat with puppy ears – with video tutorial!
  8. Simply Adorable Owl Hat
  9. Adventure Time Hat with Ears
  10. Adorable Frog Hat for Kids – with video tutorial!
  11. Shabby Sweet Owl Beanie
  12. Tour De Freeze Winter Cycling Cap
  13. Fleece Beret
  14. Keep your ears warm Trapper Hat – with video tutorial!
  15. Horned Hat – with video tutorial!
  16. How to Train your Dragon Viking hat – with video tutorial!
  17. Little pumpkin hat – with video tutorial!
  18. Stay put baby hat with chin strap – with video tutorial!
  19. bunny ears hat – with video tutorial!
  20. Little Lady buggy hat
  21. monkey hat
  22. easy and fast basic hat
  23. no sew flapper headband
  24. minions hat
  25. monsters university hat
  26. hat with top knot
  27. Santa’s Helper Hat – with video tutorial!
  28. Easy Fleece Hat tutorial
  29. No Sew simple pom pom hat
  30. Snow Hat for boys
  31. Vintage Inspired Fleece hat 
  32. Apple hat – with video tutorial!
  33. Lined Fleece Hat
  34. Cat’s Meow  hat – with video tutorial!
  35. Double Layer Fleece Hat
  36. Fleece Lined baby hat with ears
  37. Beary Cute  hat  – with video tutorial!


  1. I used your beanie pattern, with modifications, to create Minecraft inspired beanies. This is my first project that I have tried selling on Ebay. So far so good. Your pattern is super easy and I make/pay my oldest daughter sew on the embellishments. On each Ebay ad I give credit to your website for the pattern. One question..I make a scarf/mittens with the fleece, all I do is cut a slit in the fleece scarf for little hands to go through and sew a mitten shape at each bottom of the scarf…should I reinforce the slit I cut? As it is there is just a slit, should I stitch around it or is the fleece sturdy enough to hold up on its own?

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