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63 Crochet Patterns for Little Girls Hats

Making hats for the little girls in your life is an easy way to add cute and cozy style to their wardrobe any time of year. These free crochet patterns for little girls hats range from snuggly beanies to stylish sun hats. 

These patterns range from beginner-friendly to more advanced, offering something for every skill level. From vintage and lacy designs to highly textured patterns and playful sun hats, there’s something for every taste and style. 

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Why Crochet Hats for Little Girls? 

Crochet hats for little girls are a fantastic way to add a touch of warmth, style, and personality to your child’s wardrobe. The versatility of crochet makes it possible to create a wide range of hat designs.

You can evoke your child’s personality, use their favorite colors, and make a hat they’ll love to wear.

Choosing the Perfect Hat Pattern for Your Little Girl

Choosing the perfect pattern can be a fun and exciting experience. As you are considering the crochet hat patterns for little girls below, you’ll want to also think about your child’s style and preferences for hats, as well as the season you want to stitch a hat for. 

You’ll also want to take into account your crochet skill level and if there are any techniques you don’t already know. You can check out our Crochet Fundamentals workshop to learn the basics and beyond to help you tackle any of these patterns with confidence. 

Always make sure you read through the pattern before starting to make sure you have all the supplies and skills you need to complete it. Many patterns include video tutorials to help you if you need extra guidance. 

Supplies Needed to Crochet a Hat 

You won’t need a lot of supplies to make most girls hats, but it’s worth taking some time to consider the most important material you’ll need: the yarn. 

Best Yarns to Use for Little Girl's Hats

Of course you can use any kind of yarn you want as long as you can get the right gauge for the pattern you want to make. But when crocheting projects for kids it's especially important to make sure the yarn is soft against the skin. You’ll probably also want something machine washable. 

Here are a few of our favorite yarns for little girls hats and other kids’ projects. 

Other Notions and Tools Needed

In addition to your yarn you will need a crochet hook in the size the pattern calls for, or whatever size you need to get the correct gauge (gauge is important for hats because we want them to fit!) 

You’ll also need a yarn needle for weaving in ends, a pair of scissors for trimming excess yarn, a tape measure to ensure your hat is the right size, and a stitch marker to mark the end of the round and help you keep track of your pattern.

Depending on the hat’s design you may also need embellishments like a pom-pom (which you can buy or make your own) or buttons.

Now that you know what you might need for your crochet hat, let’s dive into the patterns! These 60+ free patterns for crochet hats for little girls cover all sorts of styles and seasons, whether you’re looking for a winter hat, a sun hat, something with vintage style, or earflap hats.




Cute Little Girls Beanie Patterns 

If you want a fun and stylish way to keep your little one’s head warm and cozy, you need to see these cute beanie patterns. These hats usually have a snug fit that’s classic and easy to wear at any age. 




Hunter Crochet Heart Hat

Hunter Crochet Heart Hat

Designer: Lakeside Loops
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Loops & Threads Charisma

This pretty beanie uses a double stitch technique that gives it a knit look but it’s all crochet. The pattern includes a video tutorial and is available in four sizes, from baby to adult.




My Love Crochet Beanie & Slouch

My Love Beanie & Slouch

Designer: A Crocheted Simplicity 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre

This cute hat pattern includes a lot of options – two ways to work the band and two lengths – as well as four sizes from toddler through adult large. The textured heart design is created by working a double crochet stitch into the front loop of a stitch two rounds below. 




Criss Cross Beanie

Criss Cross Beanie

Designer: Loops and Love Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver Stripes

Fun texture combines with fun colors in this free crochet pattern. This beanie pattern comes in three sizes: toddler, child, teen/adult, and includes step-by-step photo instructions to help you with some of the stitches. There are lots of coordinating patterns on their website, too.




Double Pom Pom Crochet Hat

Double Pom Pom Crochet Hat

Designer: Winding Road Crochet 
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Color Made Easy 

Having one pom is good, but two are even better. This very cute beanie hat pattern features two pom poms on either side of the top part of the hat, along with a two-color design in waistcoat stitch. 




Messy Bun Crochet Hat

Messy Bun Crochet Hat

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart With Love 

Messy bun hats are great for kids with a lot of hair, as you can leave their bun or ponytail out of the hat but still keep their ears and head warm. This project uses basic stitches and two colorways of yarn: one solid and one multicolored.




Candy  Stripes Hat and Scarf Set

Candy Stripes Hat and Scarf Set

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Caron Cupcakes

Use a single cake of yarn to make your little girl both a hat and a scarf! If you use the suggested yarn, it even comes with the pom-pom to go on top of this simple hat worked in single and double crochet variations.




Willow Hat

Willow Hat

Designer: Ned and Mimi 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Tweed

This hat has a great texture achieved by working rounds of slip stitches alternating with rounds of half double crochet. Once you get the hang of doing slip stitches loosely, this hat is quick and easy. It also comes in six sizes, from baby to adult large.




Pinwheel Beanie

Pinwheel Beanie

Designer: My Hobby Is Crochet 
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: Premier Yarns Garden 

This hat is worked flat with increases on one side and decreases on the other. This gives the fabric a parallelogram shape that makes the swirly spiral at the top when the hat is sewn together. It’s sized for preemies through adult large.




A Hat With Love

A Hat With Love

Designer: My Hobby Is Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Caron Simply Soft 

This hat is worked from the top down using post stitches and a stranded crochet technique to add the hearts around the body of the hat. The hat is sized for girls 3-5 years of age, and includes a video tutorial if you need help with the techniques.




Fancy Nancy

Fancy Nancy

Designer: DROPS Design
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: DROPS Nepal 

This pretty hat is worked only in single crochet stitches except for the lacy contrast edging. If your little one likes matched sets, you can also make the lacy neck warmer/cowl in the same color scheme. 




Hippo Hat

Hippo Hat

Designer: One and Two Company 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart With Love 

Baby hippos are undeniably cute and this is a fun reason to pull some bright colors out of your stash to stitch with. The pattern includes 3 sizes 3-6 months, toddler, and child. It’s worked from the top down in half double crochet.




Perenni Crochet hat

Perenni

Designer: Deanne Ramsay, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Cascade Yarns Cascade 220 

This fun hat using basic stitches in unusual ways to make a pretty floral design. It’s not for complete beginners but once you get the idea it’s not difficult to make. You can use whatever weight of yarn you like and measure as you go for the perfect fir for your little one. 




Easter Parade Hat

Easter Parade Hat

Designer: Yarnspirations 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Soft Baby Steps 

Your little miss will definitely love wearing this hat for spring and Easter. The flowers are a great addition and you can use little bits of leftovers for other projects to make a colorful flower garden on this cute cloche. 




Hat Patterns for Little Girls with Lots of Texture

Textured stitches like bobbles and V stitch are fun to make and make charming hats that definitely don’t look like anything you could buy in a store. Check out these patterns for little girl hats with tons of texture. 




Bumpy Day Hat

Bumpy Day Hat

Designer: Oombawka 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart With Love 

The allover popcorn design on this hat is both cute and easy to make. The pattern is worked from the top down in continuous rounds, and is sized for newborns up to large/men’s size.




Cupcake Beanie

Cupcake Beanie

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Knit Picks Brava Worsted

The texture on this newborn hat pattern comes from third loop half double crochet. It’s worked in continuous rounds from the top down, with the ribbing worked separately and the scalloped edge added on top. 




Mousie Snood

Mousie Snood

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (6) Super Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Bernat Blanket 

A snood is kind of a combination of a hat and a cowl, and this one will keep your kiddo super warm. The texture comes from working a variety of simple stitches, and the pattern comes in two sizes, for 12-18 months and 2-4 years.




Sedona Mosaic Hat

Sedona Mosaic Hat

Designer: Ned and Mimi 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Knit Picks Chroma Worsted 

This pretty hat uses mosaic knitting to achieve the vertical stripes, and is rated for intermediate stitchers. It’s so pretty worked with a multicolored yarn and a solid. This free crochet pattern is sized for babies through adults. 




Textured Toque

Textured Toque

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Bernat Satin 

This pretty pattern, sized for 2-4 year olds and 6-8 year olds, combines post stitches and stripes for a lot of interest. It’s so pretty in candy colors, but you can use whatever two colors your girl likes. 




Cuffed Cutie Hat

Cuffed Cutie Hat

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver

Post stitches are the star of this simple hat made for elementary-aged kids. Head to your stash to find a fun multicolored yarn, or make it solid or in stripes.




V-Stitch Hats

V-Stitch Hats for All

Designer: Jessie at Home 
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Rewind 

This pretty mesh hat pattern is made with V stitches, which gives the hat a little airflow for days when it’s not super cold. The pattern has options for kids and small and large adults, so you can make them for most of the family. 




Grayscale Ombre Slouch Hats

Grayscale Ombre Slouch

Designer: Cre8tion Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Blue Sky Alpaca Organic Cotton 

Slouchy hats are fun and easy to wear, and ideal for people who have a lot of hair or just like a relaxed look. This hat uses shell stitches and stripes, and is sized for toddlers, bigger kids, and adults. 




Vintage-Style Hat Patterns for Little Girls 

These vintage-style hats will definitely add sophistication to any of your girl’s outfits. These patterns feature delicate stitch patterns and classic shapes that create a soft and feminine look.




Cotton Flapper Beanie

Cotton Flapper Beanie

Designer: Snappy Tots
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream

This pretty hat uses half double crochet and double crochet stitches for a classic look that’s easy to stitch. The flower uses a button at the center for extra cuteness. The pattern is sized from newborns to teen/adult. 




Little Sister Hat

Little Sister Hat

Designer: Linda Permann, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima 

This classic cloche uses V stitches and shells for a super feminine look. The flower on the side is optional but such a cute addition (it’s made with fabric and a button in a coordinating color). This hat is sized for babies through adults.




Kid’s Vintage Hat

Kid’s Vintage Hat

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn:  Stylecraft Special Aran 

This sweet hat is worked from the top down in half double crochet. The details like the little brim and matching flower really make this one special. This one is sized for bigger kids.




A Hat with Flowers

A Hat with Flowers

Designer: Kirsten Holloway Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Patons Classic Wool  

This hat looks quite intricate, but it uses a combination of simple stitches, post stitches, and back loop only stitches. The pattern also includes tutorials for two flowers and leaves to add to the hat. It’s sized for children and teen/adult. 




Layer Cake Beanie Cute Lace Hat

Layer Cake Beanie Cute Lace Hat

Designer: Kirsten Holloway Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn:  Lion Brand Lazy Days 

The delicate design makes this hat something special, though it’s not all that difficult to stitch. It combines single, half double, and double crochet stitches, as well as dc clusters and post stitches to make layers of pattern and texture.  This pattern comes in four sizes from 12 months old to adult.  




Little Girls Crochet Sun Hat Patterns 

Sun hats are a must-have accessory for little ones for sunny days. These sun hat patterns provide essential sun protection for your little girl’s delicate skin. From classic sun hats, to bucket hats, and more, there is a crochet sun hat pattern to suit your kid's taste and style. 




Vintage Sun Hat

Vintage Sun Hat

Designer: The Lavender Chair 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream 

The V stitches on the body of this hat keep it from being too hot, while the wide brim keeps the sun out of your little one’s eyes. The pattern has a video tutorial and is sized for infants, toddlers, and bigger kids. 




Lilac Sunhat

Lilac Sunhat

Designer: Snowdrop Creates
Yarn weight: (2) Sport
Suggested yarn: Schachenmayr Catania  

This hat mostly uses double crochet stitches and has a cute ruffled brim. The design is super stretchy and fits a toddler/small kid or bigger kid/adult with just two sizes.




Easy Crochet Toddler Sun Hat

Easy Crochet Toddler Sun Hat

Designer: Christa Co. Design
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

Worked from the top down in double crochet and chain stitches, this is a quick and easy project to protect your little one from the sun. The toddler size is free, but sizes for newborn through large adult can be purchased from the designer.




April Sun Hat

April Sun Hat

Designer: Crochet Dreamz
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Pima Cotton 

The stitch pattern on the body of this hat looks complex, but it uses simple stitches you may already be familiar with. The hat is sized for baby through adult and includes instructions on how to make the rolled roses on the side of the hat. 




Scalloped Toddler Beach Hat

Scalloped Toddler Beach Hat

Designer: Salty Pearl Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ’n Cream 

This beach hat pattern is worked up with lacy V stitches and scalloped shell stitches on the brim of the hat. It’s pretty stretchy, airy, and light while still protecting kiddos from the sun.




Kids Linen Stitch Sunhat

Kids Linen Stitch Sunhat

Designer: A Crocheted Simplicity 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream 

This easy hat is worked from the top down in linen stitch (aka moss stitch). It’s sized for babies, toddlers, and bigger kids, and also has a pattern for an 18-inch doll if your little one likes to match their doll!




Lemon Sherbet Sunhat

Lemon Sherbet Sunhat

Designer: Oombawka Design Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton

This fun sun hat uses post stitches and double crochet to make an airy hat that still protects from the sun. It’s available in 11 sizes, from preemie to large adult, so you can make one for everyone. 




Lacy Shells Summer Sun Hat

Lacy Shells Summer Sun Hat

Designer: The Lavender Chair
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream 

Protect your little lady’s face and head from the sun’s harmful rays while providing shade with this fashionable, lacy and functional hat. The hat is sized for toddlers, and a coordinating dress pattern is also available. 




Daffodil Sunhat

Daffodil Sunhat

Designer: Snowdrop Creates 
Yarn weight: (2) Sport
Suggested yarn: Patons Grace 

This hat is made to be snug so that it will stay on your child’s head no matter how hard they play (or how strong the wind is at the beach!). It’s sized to fit toddlers, bigger kids, and adults.




Crochet Watermelon Sun Hat

Crochet Watermelon Sun Hat

Designer: Repeat Crafter Me 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Red Heart With Love 

This sweet watermelon sun hat is the perfect summer hat for your little lady. The hat is so easy to make because it only uses double crochet stitches. It’s sized for newborns through adults and uses pony beads for the seeds.




Floppy Brim Sunhat

Floppy Brim Sunhat

Designer: Ambassador Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton

This easy hat uses double crochet stitches and is sized for newborns up to one year. The brim is a little ruffled, and the large flower adds extra cuteness. 




Cleo Fedora Mini Sun Hat

Cleo Fedora Mini Sun Hat

Designer: Make & Do Crew
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Rewind

This great hat has a stiff brim, which helps it hold its shape and keeps the sun out of your little one’s eyes. It’s also crushable so it’s great for packing on all your adventures. The pattern is sized for babies through tweens, and there’s an adult version of the pattern as well.




Crochet Sun Hat

Crochet Sun Hat

Designer: My Merry Messy Life 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream 

This colorful hat is so quick and easy as it uses just half double crochet and double crochet stitches. It has two sizes for babies and toddlers, and you can use all your cotton scraps to make this one. 




Blossom Bucket Hat

Blossom Bucket Hat

Designer: Hooked on Homemade Happiness
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton 

Make five flower granny squares to create the body of this beautiful bucket hat. The crown and brim are each worked on the edges of the squares after they are sewn together. This size should fit a teen.




Child Size Sun Hat

Child Size Sun Hat

Designer: Corina Gray, via Moogly 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream 

This floppy brimmed hat is sized for big kids and uses mostly double crochet and half double crochet stitches. The woven bit was just done with contrasting yarn, but you could use ribbon if you prefer. Just make sure it’s loose enough that the hat still fits!




Crochet Hats with Earflaps 

Looking for a practical and cozy option for keeping your little girl’s head and ears warm during the colder months? Ear flaps are an easy addition to a little girl’s crochet hat pattern that add an extra layer of warmth. 




La Vie en Rose Earflap Hat

La Vie en Rose Earflap Hat

Designer: Kirsten Holloway Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Comfort 

This pretty, free crochet pattern uses shell stitches and third loop half double crochet, making it as fun to stitch as it is cozy to wear. It comes in six sizes from babies to adults.




Bobble Poof Crochet Earflap Hat

Bobble Poof Crochet Earflap Hat

Designer: Moogly Blog
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: I Love This Cotton 

The bobbles on this hat are worked in an unconventional way, from the right side of the fabric instead of the back. Combine bobbles with stripes and a fun pom pom and you’ve got a great hat for babies to adults. 




Valentine Heart Earflap Hat

Valentine Heart Earflap Hat

Designer: Classy Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Pound of Love 

This simple striped hat amps up the cuteness with heart shaped ear flaps and braided tassels. As written the hat should fit around a 9-12 month old.




Floral Baby Earflap Hat

Floral Baby Earflap Hat

Designer: Hopeful Honey
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: Stylecraft Special DK 

This colorful hat fits a 3-6 month old, and the pattern is completely written out with no abbreviations, making it great for new stitchers who may have trouble remembering the difference between a dc and an hdc. It also includes a super cute flower you can add to the side. 




Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat

Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat

Designer: Cre8tion Crochet 
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Premier Yarns Serenity Chunky Tweeds 

This easy design, sized for kids from ages 1 to 7, uses single crochet and double crochet stitches and is worked in bulky yarn so it will stitch up in a flash. The stitches at the top give it a kind of pixie hat look that’s really cute.  




Hudson Hat

Hudson Hat

Designer: Repeat Crafter Me 
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick 

This super bulky earflap hat stitches up in no time to keep your little one warm. It’s sized for babies through teens and includes a mitten pattern that goes with the toddler size.




Polar Bear Crochet Balaclava Hood

Polar Bear Crochet Balaclava Hood

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (5) Bulky 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Hygge 

The pattern for this cozy hood calls it a polar bear, but worked in different colors it could be a bear, dog, cat, or even a pig. The pattern includes sizes for babies, toddlers, and kids.




Little Girls Beret Crochet Patterns

Add a touch of Parisian charm to your little girls’ outfit with these beret hat patterns. These patterns are easily customizable to match their personal style.




Little Girl’s Beret

Little Girl’s Beret

Designers: Kim Guzman, via Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart With Love 

This sweet beret uses shell stitches to add a bit of flair, and has sizes for 2-4 year olds and 6-8 year olds. The pattern includes instructions for coordinating wrist warmers. 




I Heart My Dress & Beret

I Heart My Dress & Beret

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (2) Sport 
Suggested yarn: Patons Beehive Baby Sport 

This intermediate pattern includes a baby dress with heart-shaped patch pockets and the coordinating beret pattern. The hat comes in two sizes, for 6-12 months and 18 months.




Easy Crochet Beret

Easy Crochet Beret

Designer: Winding Road Crochet 
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Mandala 

In this free crochet pattern you’ll find well-written instructions as well as a step-by-step photo tutorial on how to make this easy crochet beret hat. The hat is worked in one piece from the top down in double crochet and dc post stitches.




Beret

Beret

Designer: Anastasia Korolenko, via Ravelry 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Basic Stitch

This classic beret pattern is made to fit a 2-8 year old girl, but the pattern explains how to adjust the pattern for your child’s head circumference. It uses double crochet stitches and there are lots of photos in the pattern to help you along. 




Strawberry Beret

Strawberry Beret

Designer: Pardon My Chaos
Yarn weight: (6) Super bulky
Suggested yarn: Loops & Thread Cozy Wool 

Here’s a perfect last-minute winter accessory to crochet for your babe. It’s worked in double crochet with a single crochet brim, and for the provided 12 month size takes just 10 rounds to stitch up. 




Strawberry Shortcake Beret Hat

Strawberry Shortcake Beret Hat

Designer: Posh Pooch Designs
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted

This take on the Strawberry Shortcake hat is actually really easy to stitch, and the brim makes it extra cute. That pattern is suitable for a child around 2. 




Awesome Blossom Hat

Awesome Blossom Hat

Designer: Yarnspirations
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Patons Canadiana 

This lacy beret uses pretty V stitches to give it the openwork look, but it’s really that flower on the side that steals the show. The pattern is rated intermediate and has sizing for 2-4, 6-8, and 10-12 year old girls. 




Slouchy Hat

Slouchy Hat

Designer: Stitch 11
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Caron Simply Soft 

This super simple slouch hat stitches up in no time in double crochet with a single crochet brim. Worked from the top down, you can make it for kiddos age 3 and up.




Little Girl’s Crochet Turban Patterns

Turbans are a fun twist on a beanie that are so cute on little girls. These patterns are quick and easy to make for your little one and super stylish as well.




Spring Breeze Crochet Turbans

Spring Breeze Crochet Turban

Designer: Crosby Patterns 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: DROPS Paris 

This sweet baby turban is so quick and easy to stitch, and the cinching on the side looks just like a little bow. The baby size is free on the website (and a video tutorial is included); it’s sized up to adult in her pattern available for purchase. 




Textured Turban

Textured Turban

Designer: Janaya Chouinard, via All Free Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted 
Suggested yarn: Red Heart Super Saver 

This free crochet turban pattern is worked from the top down and uses double crochet, half double crochet, and third loop hdc for lots of texture. It’s sized for babies through adults and includes a photo tutorial on how to cinch the side.




Toddler Turban With Flower

Toddler Turban With Flower

Designer: Kiku Corner
Yarn weight: (3) DK 
Suggested yarn: DROPS Cotton Merino

This one is sort of a cross between a turban and a cloche, but whatever you call it, it’s a great hat for spring for your little one. It uses double and half double crochet as well as third loop half double crochet, and is sized to fit a 1-2 year old.




Step-by-Step Video Tutorials For Little Girls’ Hats

If you prefer to watch a video to learn how to make a little girls hat crochet pattern, these tutorials are the ones for you. They make it easy to learn new techniques as you work on a new hat for your little one.




Puffy Heart Slouch Beanie

Puffy Heart Slouch Beanie

Designer: JolieKnots Crochet 
Yarn weight: (3) DK
Suggested yarn: Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle 

The fun texture on the hearts on this pattern is made with puff stitches, while the rest of the hat is worked in variations on half double crochet. The pattern has options for kids and adults.




Beanie with Two Pom Poms

Beanie with Two Pom Poms

Designer: Sirin’s Crochet 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Nako Denim 

The designer calls this pattern the cutest hat ever, and you can see where they’re coming from. This sweet hat uses double crochet post stitches for a ribbed look, and has yarn pom poms at the top of the hat. The video shows how to make the hat for kids or adults.




Crystal Waves Crochet Stitch Slouchy Hat

Crystal Waves Crochet Stitch Slouchy Hat

Designer: Crochet for Baby 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek

Looking for an easy slouchy style hat tutorial? This highly textured hat is worked with shell stitches and other basic stitches. The finished project is for girls from 5-6 years old, but you can alter the size by using different weights of yarn. 

Girls Hat

Girls Hat

Designer: Crochet for Baby 
Yarn weight: (4) Worsted
Suggested yarn: Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek

Looking for an easy slouchy style hat tutorial? This highly textured hat is worked with shell stitches and other basic stitches. The finished project is for girls from 5-6 years old, but you can alter the size by using different weights of yarn. 




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