Crochet Elf Hat Pattern For Adults And Kids
This elf hat crochet pattern is really going to top off your Christmas this year. I think you are going to have so much fun making elf hats for your family this year! If you fancy a little change from the traditional Santa red hats, then these fun elf hats could be just what you need to bring some festive fun to your holidays.
The free crochet pattern is available in 6 different sizes from newborn to adult.
Have you ever seen elf hats this cute and adorable? Your family will be the talk of all the Christmas parties when you rock up all wearing these elf hats. The colors can be mixed and matched to suit the different members of your family. Certain hats can be worn for certain task from cooking or decorating to cleaning up. Bring the whole family in as a tight unit this Christmas, for your best year yet.
The entire hat portion of this pattern is worked in the back loops only (blo). This creates a ridged texture throughout the hat. Please note that you will always work in the back loops only for this pattern.
There is a beginner-friendly video tutorial available for you to view if you are just learning to crochet or are unsure of reading crochet patterns. If you are an intermediate or advanced level crocheter you will probably not need to view the video tutorial.
Chances are, you are into adorable kids’ holiday-wear. If so, this crochet elf hat pattern should be at the very top off your Christmas crocheting plans this year. Not only are you going to have so much fun creating crochet elf hats for your family but they will also look good and spread the good cheer.
You might fancy a change from the age-old Santa red hats that are in my opinion becoming a bit overrated. The next hottest festive season accessory has got to be these fun crochet elf hats that could just be the ingredient your household is missing in order to bring some festive fun to your Christmas holidays.
The free crochet elf hat pattern is available in six different sizes ranging from a newborn to an adult.
Crochet elf hats have never looked this cute and adorable. For a change, you get to dress up your family in Santa’s little helper’s hats. With these crochet elf hats, your family will be the talk of your neighborhood and all the Christmas parties you will attend while rocking these elf hats.
The colors used to crochet the crochet elf hats can be mixed and matched to suit the tastes of different individuals in your family. As far as versatility goes, crochet elf hats can be worn for different purposes such as decorative, cooking and other household chores such as cleaning up.
This Christmas, bring together the whole family like a tight unit using crochet elf hat. It can turn out to be your best year yet. The entire hat portion of the elf pattern is worked on using back loops only.
Using back loops exclusively gives the crochet elf hat a ridged texture throughout its surface. Please note that you will always work in the back loops only for this pattern. There are numerous video tutorials available for amateur knitters and individuals who are just learning to crochet or people who are inexperienced at reading crochet patterns.
Advanced level or intermediate level crocheters probably do not require video tutorial aides or other instructional material to put together a crochet elf hat.
Crochet Elf Hat Materials
- Newborn baby Size: approximately 45 yards.
- Baby Size: approximately 50 yards.
- Toddler Size: approx. 55 yards.
- Child Size: approx. 64 yards.
- Small Teenager or Adult Size: approximately 70 yards.
- Large adult Size: approximately 74 yards.
The elf hat pattern is worked on from top to bottom motions. It is recommended to use about two to colors. The yarn used in the pattern should be labeled as “color A” referring to the primary color used.
In the double crochet stitches, “color B” referring to the color used in the single crochet rounds” and “color C,” an optional color.
Color C can be used to refer to the color used to crochet the band and pom poms. Color A is the dominant color which will be the main color for your elf hat.
Crochet Elf Hat Sizes
- Newborn baby: Circumference should be 12 inches by 22 inches Length.
- Baby: Circumference should be 13 inches by 23 inches in Length.
- Toddler: Circumference is 14.5 inches by 25.5 inches Length.
- Child: Circumference 17 inches by 27 inches in Length.
- Teen/Adult Small: Circumference 18 inches by 28 inches in Length.
- Adult: The circumference should be 21 inches by 29 inches in Length.
In summary, this crochet elf hat will be the one thing your festive seasons have been lacking. No disrespect but Santa hats are old and overrated now. They have become a cliché to some extent lacking the wow factor.
Crochet elf hats introduce a new dynamic to festive wear and revamp the whole Christmas look. Beyond Christmas, crochet elf hats can become handy accessories during celebrations such as Saint Patrick’s Day. You may, however, need to throw in a bit of green, to bring out the inner Irishman in you.
I have to mention I’m not entirely sure whether Leprechauns and elves get along. Crochet elf hats are a celebration of life’s best moments with your friends and family. So get started on your elf hats while there’s still time.