The Sun Scape Hat was so fun to make after I realized how easy it was. Did you want to make more hats? Summer? Baby? With winter coming up beanies are going to be a hit. Especially if you live where it actually gets cold. Here in Texas we are predicted to get snow so I’m going to be going to town making beanies for all of us Texans’ who are not used to the snow! Below are some links to patterns that I would like to make, and I hope that you will enjoy them as well.

Sunshine and Shells Summer Crochet Hat

I instantly fell in love with hat when I saw it. It looks light weight and very breathable for the spring and summer seasons. I love that the fact that the brim is super small and not to big and flimsy. This hat is made for a head size of 22″ in circumference. I bet that you could adjust size by using a smaller gauge hook. She used Lily~Sugar and Cream 100% cotton; and a H and G hook. To make this pattern click, HERE!

Mesh Summer Hat

I thought that the older generation of customers would like this hat a little better than some of the ones I’ve chosen for the blog. Best thing about this pattern is that gauge is not an issue. There are a couple different materials listed to make this hat. The main 2 items are the tape measure and the ruler. The tape measure is to measure the circumference of your head and the ruler is to measure how long you need to make your hat. To make this hat click HERE for the pattern. The flowers are optional but she does list a pattern for them as well.

Granny Stitch Sun Hat (Toddler)

I wanted to add something to this post for kiddos. This one is made for little girls ages 12 months to 3 years old. I love that these are granny stitched hats. They are so cute and any little girl would look adorable in them. To make this hat you will need a 4.25 mm crochet hook and Red Heart Super Saver in 4 colors. To make this hat click HERE for the pattern.

Star Sun Hat

The colors of this hat is what caught my eye. Purple is my favorite color and I always thought it went amazing with the lime colored green. The hat uses a wire brim just like the one we all just made. I also like the fact that the tie bow is in the back. I think that I personally would make it a little thicker. This is made in the adult size but has link on her page for a Child’s size. You will need a 3.50 mm crochet hook and 3 skeins of Cotton Yarn. You can find the pattern, HERE!

Crocheted Simple Sun Hat

Image by Be A Crafter

This sun hat is just adorable. I’m here in Texas and with this horrible hot weather a wide brim is a must! This designer had wanted to make a ribbed sun hat so she whipped this one up. She used a piece of ribbon to tie around the base and the brim of the hat, but I know that all our crafty readers can crochet something quite similar. But, I do have to say that I love the color and type of ribbon that she used; purple is a must have! To make this adorable sun hat you will need a 3.25 mm crochet hook and a light weight/dk yarn. You can find her pattern, HERE!

I hope that out of the 5 I have listed in this round up post, that there is something that at least everyone will like. I think they are all adorable hats and will whip up really easy! Happy Crocheting….