Warm Fleece Hat Sewing Patterns (Free, Sizes Baby to Adult)
Inside: Looking for a warm (and easy to make) fleece hat?Look no further.This collection of free fleece hat sewing patterns comes with free pdf patterns and videos.
Here are all the free fleece hat sewing patterns that Fleece Fun has to offer. Many of the hats come in several sizes. They can be made for babies and adults alike. Start off with the basic fleece hat and then enjoy many of the variations – like the Halloween hat packs or the ribbon hat.
If you’re looking for something a little warmer try the Fleece hat with Ear flaps, trapper hat or the baby chin strap hat. All of these free fleece hat diy’s are a great way to stay warm this winter.
Free Fleece Hat Sewing Patterns. DIY and Tutorials:
Basic Fleece Hat DIY (with Video)
This is the foundation that most of Fleece Fun’s hats are built on. Master this simple pattern the the variations are endless. Get the free pdf pattern here.
Slouchy Fleece Hat tutorial ( With Video)
A modern take on the classic beanie, this fleece hat comes in sizes baby to adult! Get the free pattern here. Get the free digital sewing pattern here.
Fleece Hat with Ear Flaps How To
Double lined for warmth, this hat covers the ears and sits lower on the back of the neck to keep you covered and away from winter’s chill. Sizes child to adult. Get the free pattern here.
Rocker Trapper Hat (with video)
This pattern is warm, stylish and can be made to hold a pair of earphones! Adult sizes medium and large. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Halloween Hat Pack (with video) ( fleece animal hat patterns)
This pattern is full of fun character hat variations that will look adorable on your little one! Be a dinosaur, a viking, a cat or bear. This pattern is simple and easy to sew. The possibilities are endless! Sizes baby to adult. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Unicorn Fleece Hat Pattern
Yes unicorns are real and can be spotted on a daily basis when you make this fun modification of the basic fleece hat! Get the free pattern and tutorial here.
Halloween Fleece Hat Pack 2
The latest addition to popular Halloween Hat pack! Be a Owl, Bug, Puppy, Bunny, frog or Monkey! Sizes Baby to Adult. Get the free Pattern and tutorials here.
Halloween Hat Pack 3 – Monster Mash up
This hat pack is all about the monster! Mix and match elements to make your monster hat look the way you want it to look! Get the free pattern here.
Basic Fleece Hat with Ribbon (with video)
One of Fleece Fun’s most popular patterns – because it’s just so cute! Switch out the ribbons to go with different outfits. Scared of buttonholes? There are easy sew options for this pattern to make it even simpler. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Basic Hat with Top Knot
Another twist on the classic hat pattern, this little top knot ties off the hat perfectly. Get the Free pattern here.
Basic Hat with horns (with video)
The simple version of the hats in the Halloween hat pack. This hat is easy and perfect for your little monster. Get the free pattern and video tutorial here.
Baby Chin Strap Hat (with video)
This tutorial shows you how to make this adorable (and reversible) baby hat with a chin strap. Baby won’t be able to pull it off, keeping them nice and warm when going out into the cold! This tutorial also gives tips on how to work with cuddle fabric (great for people who haven’t worked with it before). Get the Free Pattern and video tutorial here.
Santa Clause Hat DIY (with video)
This festive holiday hat is simple to make and fun to wear. Comes in sizes baby to adult. Get the free baby pattern and tutorial here.
Free Ear Warmer Patterns:
DIY Ear Warmer with Bow
This cute Ear Warmer has bow styling and sews up in a flash! perfect for chilly days, but without hat hair! Get the DIY here.
Fleece Flapper Headband (with video)
This headband is stylish and warm. This pattern comes in different styles for a perfect fit. Try the original Fleece Flapper headband wide pattern here. There is a slimmer version of the pattern here, Or a No Sew Version of the pattern here.
Braided Fleece Ear Warmer
This is cute and great for avoiding hat hair! Plus it’s easy to make! Get the tutorial here.
Looking for a fleece beret pattern? Try this one courtesy of AllFreeSewing – You can check it out here.
I love the hat pattern. We are not able to give to Toy for Tots this year so I made 10 hats for the “hat and mitten tree” at the kids’ school to donate. They were easy to make and are really nice with warm, colorful fleeces.
May GOD bless you like never before Madam.
The gift of one’s time & energy is by far the greatest gift we can give to another.
I wish you a very Merry Christmas, may peace, love & harmony reign down upon you & your family always.
I LOOOVVVVEEEE your website!!! All the creations are just delightful!!! Keep up the great work!
I love your site! It has motivated me to purchase an affordable sewing machine ($75 – $90) and attempt to FINALLY make some fleece hats. As much for myself as for others. I hope it to be a win-win for all. MY QUESTION — what should I look for when purchasing fleece?? I have noticed there are many thicknesses, and stretches….??? I’d hate to have my dreams crushed just because I purchases the wrong material. Any help would be SO appreciated!!!! Thank You _ and Happy Creating to You All !!!!
A Great “first time” fleece is the basic ( and cheap “blizzard” fleece that you can buy at JoAnn;s. You can get it at a good price when it’s on sale and it will have the thickness and ease that you’re looking for. Good luck!
Hello Angel, it’s me again – one year later. I tried the Hats and enjoyed every minute of it!! I ended up with 10 for babies & adults with college & sports as the main themes, Now, I’ve just got to get up the courage to ‘get them out there’! I look forward to your newsletters and can’t wait to check out the new contributors!! Thanks again.
Go for it! You can do it girl. They sound cute.
Good luck and thanks for the support!
Thanks so much for this!
I just started with sewing but i love making hats for myself and friends now!
Because of your ear patterns and such i can fit to everyones taste!
I love it!
Thanks you so so so much
You’re Welcome – I love that people can make the hats fit their personalities!
Love your website!!! And all your great ideas, also your videos too. THANKS!!!!! Can’t wait to start sewing.
Thank you for all the patterns. Your videos have helped me a lot since I have trouble reading.. I love them. II’m now sewing a hat for my grandson and just finished sewing a car seat cover for my nieces baby, she loved it. THANKS!!!!!!!!
Hello, I’m from Spain so I’m sorry for my english hahaha
I have to tell you that I love your website and all your pattern, that’s amazing.
i MAKE THESE HATS IN VARIOUS SIZES AND DONATE TO CHILDREN CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS IN kANSAS CITY AND TOPEKA, KS.
GOD bless you.
As a cancer survivor, I have not found anything to be as horrible, or as degrading as cancer
what you have done for these cancer patients, is beyond words.
All I can think to say is GOD Bless you Madam.
Love your hat patterns…..I’m looking for a free fleece dog hat pattern for a small dog….. a maltipoo…
Could you direct me to such a pattern? Thanks cassie
I don’t have such a pattern but recommend looking at Allfreesewin.com or freeneedle.com to find a pattern.
THIS IS SUCH A GREAT LITTLE SITE, IM GOING TO TRY MAKE THE SANTA HAT TODAY SO IWILL FOLLOW YOUR PATTERN BUT I WANT TO MAKE A LONG ONE SO I WILL CHANGE IT UP A BIT, IM USING FELT SO I WILL HAVE TO ALLOW SOME EXTRA ROOM AS IT DOESNT STRETCH. CANT WAIT TO TRY THE HALLOWEEN HATS TOO!
Cheers from Australia! 🙂
I’m from Brazil and I loved your patterns, as you might know here in Brazil is too hot for fleece wearing, would those patterns work good on other fabric aswell? As example, cotton.
thanks in advance.
Jersey knit ( t-shirt fabric) is a good alternative for hotter climates. Thanks for visiting!
I had fleece scraps stacking up from a number of other projects and found these hats were the best way to use the scraps but I quickly ran out of people to give them too! They cut and sew very quickly, and meet my criteria of being easy, durable, and useful. I also discovered if you make a double layer hat, it keeps the wind out extremely well. A friend and I got together with my rather large bag of scraps and sewed a bunch of double layer fleece hats for our local homeless population which has men, women, and children. Together, we put together about 50 hats. After I get another stack of fleece scraps put together, we will do the same thing.