Over 25 Crochet Hats and Scarves Roundup ~
First, I’d like to thank Mistie for allowing me to do this roundup of paid crochet patterns. If you know me, you’ll know that I enjoy linking up with other patterns, so it is my pleasure to be here and present this roundup to you. Oh and it is my first paid pattern roundup, so that makes it even more exciting for me. This roundup is for hat and scarf patterns.
Crocheted hats and scarves not only keep you warm, but they also make for great gifts during the holidays … or at any time of year. Please Note: All images are used with permission from designers and/or publishers, who own all copyrights. Thanks so much and I hope you’ll enjoy these crochet patterns. Here we go…
1 – For the first pattern, I’d like to present you with a design from American Crochet – Debbie’s Dramatic Scoodie. It’s an infinity hooded cowl, and looks like it would be super cozy for the winter. And the color combo is absolutely gorgeous!
2 – At number two we have this gorgeous summer hat by The Hooked Haberdasher. It’s called Sunny’s SunHat, and is available in all sizes from baby to adult! I grabbed the top picture, but you can view more on the pattern page.
3 – Oh and check out the beautiful colors and texture in this Offshore Beanie for Kids by Liz McQueen. The hat below is pictured in fall colors, but I can picture it just as pretty in Christmas, Easter or summer colors.
4 – Next up is this Soft Divine Mobius Scarf by Crochet Memories. It looks fancy enough to go with any top or even a dress. Crochet one up for yourself or give it away as a gift – either way it is sure to get complements from everyone.
5 –The Cherise Hat & Purse set by Maria Bittner of Pattern Paradise is available in all sizes from Newborn to Adult. You can make this hat with or without the brim so it’s perfect for summer or winter. And best of all, it comes with a little purse pattern to match.
6 – The Southern Bliss Summer Hat by Kathy Lashley of ELK Studio is available in an adult size only, but well worth your money. It’s great for going to the beach or for a day out in town.
7 – This is an easy, yet super cozy Hoodie Cowl by JocelynDesigns. It looks nice and cozy but not as bulky as a regular scarf; so you can still wear it with a jacket or winter coat.
8 – And here is something not only useful, but unique as well! It’s the Toasty Warm Ponytail Hat by Jennifer Uribe. The pattern is available in adult and child sizes making it perfect for mother and daughter hats.
9 – This gorgeous Lindsay Slouch caught my eye from Danyel Pink Designs. It was the pretty lace that first caught my eye, but then I saw you can also wear it as a cowl if you leave the top open. How amazingly cool is that?! The pattern is available in child, teen and adult sizes.
10 – Another hat that can be worn as a cowl is the Zig Zag Slouchie by Maria Bittner of Pattern Paradise. The chevron and those adorable pom-poms is what make this hat unique. Be sure to check out her sales page for more color combos … some of them are just gorgeous! The size is adjustable to fit almost everyone.
11 – The small evergreens on this Evergreen Waves Scarf pattern by Tanya Naser make this the perfect gift for everyone on your Christmas list. It is modeled on a child, but can be crocheted to fit any child or adult.
12 – The CrissCross Beanie pattern by Smalltown Dreamz is available in all sizes from newborn to adult. And it’s one of those unique patterns that’s suitable for both men and women.
13 – Oh and you can’t miss this adorable Strawberry Patch Hat by Tanya Naser. It’s so great for the summer, but could be worn in the winter season as well. Sizes range from x small to large.
14 – The Moebius Scarf and Matching Gloves set by Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs is absolutely gorgeous as well. It’s great for warmth and style … especially with those matching gloves.
15 – Oh and check out this adorable Panda – Monium Earflap Hat pattern by Articles of a Domestic Goddess. The hat is available in all sizes from newborn to adult. And best of all, this pattern may look difficult, but it’s actually a beginner pattern.
16 – If you live in a cold climate, like me, then you will love this Scoodie – Hooded Scarf with Pockets by Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs. Not only will this scarf keep your neck and ears warm, but your fingers as well!
17 – Never worry about style when you got this Chunky Cowl by JocelynDesigns. Not only is it super stylish, but it’s also suitable for a beginner! And best of all, it looks like it would complement any outfit.
18 – This So Simple Homespun Hood by Tanya Naser is a ‘one size fits all’. Wear it as a cowl or as a hood to keep you warm.
19 – With watermelon season just around the corner, I thought this Watermelon Beanie by Danyel Pink would be a perfect share. The hat is available in all sizes from newborn to adult.
21 – This Winter Fury hat by ELK Studio – Handcrafted Crochet Designs is available in sizes small to large. Fashion isn’t exactly my area of expertise, but I would say this hat could be worn by both men and women.
22 – The Sunseeker Summery Scarf is another pattern by American Crochet. The cables add a lovely texture to the scarf, and with the right color you could crochet this to match any sweater or jacket.
23 – Why worry about the cold when you can crochet this cozy Faux Cable Cloak pattern by Tanya Naser. It’s reversible and comes with a photo tutorial to help you along.
24 – This stylish Sherri Berry Reversible Cluster Beanie pattern by Articles of a Domestic Goddess also looks super cozy. It is available in all sizes from Newborn to Adult. It is suitable for both men and women, and looks great when crocheted in one or more colors.
25 – And for the football fans we have this Football Hat by AcornTreeCreations. The pattern is available in all sizes as well: from preemie to adult extra-large. It is easy to customize in any team colors, making this the perfect way to support your team.
26 – Last but not least I’d like to share a few of my own patterns. The first is my Lace and Puff Stitch Hat and Cowl. The hat is available in one size, however, it can be crocheted to a different size by following a different gauge; and the cowl can be crocheted to any length and height.
27 – And this Ribbed Brim Hat, Cowl and Bracelet, another pattern of mine, is perfect for summer, but can also be worn in the winter. The hat is available in one size only.
So there you have it, my first roundup of PAID Crochet Patterns. Hope you will enjoy them. Rhelena
P.S. You can find my free crochet patterns on CrochetN’Crafts. Hope to see you there.