It is DECEMBER!!! The holiday season is in full swing! With Christmas just around the corner and Yarn Punk is here to help with preperations for Sant’s big day. The holiday times can be extremely stressful for many of us as it is one of the biggest time of the year. Why not sit back and knit away with this quick and easy to do pattern? Santa’s hat is perfect to get into the holiday spirit without breaking the bank. Make it for yourself, for family, or for friends. Spread some of the Holiday Cheer. Our guest today on Yarn Punk wants to share the holiday mood by bringing you the perfect Santa hat. Give a big Christmas hello to our guest of the week!
Hey there Amy Lou!
Hello! My name is AmyLou, of Mandies Crafting Table.
A little history of my yarn-y journey, I first learned to knit when I was about 8 years old, I picked up crochet somewhere in my teenage years. I’ve been creating things with yarn for as long as I can remember! And I am mostly self taught. As a kid I would get books from the library every time we went to learn new stitches and techniques. Growing up I mostly made things as gifts, and now in the last couple years my passion for this craft has really exploded! And I’m so excited to share it with you all.
I always have made up my own patterns (the world of single pattern PDFs online didn’t exist yet lol) but never imagined that my creations might be something other people would be interested in! Until recently. When I found this online fiber community last year it was very eye opening. It has been so exciting to discover that I’m not the only “young” knitter or crocheter. And I love that we are able to share our ideas, creations and dreams with people across the country and around the world, it is so incredible!
About the Pattern
This Santa hat pattern is something I have been thinking about for awhile now. When I first bought some of the Go For Faux fur yarn I thought it would be just perfect for this idea! I know there are other santa hat patterns out there, but I couldn’t find one that fit the bill for what I envisioned. I tried to keep this pattern simple, and using bulky yarn means it works up quickly! The pom is crocheted, and I know the stitches can be tricky with the fur yarn, but it doesn’t have to be perfect 😉 This fur yarn is also very forgiving of missed or mixed up stitches.
I hope you enjoy making this, I’m so excited to see what colors you choose to use! If you have any questions you can reach out to me on my socials listed down below! Happy yarning my friends!
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Mandie’s Crafting Table – Knit Pattern
Santa Hat by MCT
Knit Santa Hat Pattern (Adult Size)
Materials and Tools needed:
- Needles: US size 11 (16” Circular), or size needed to obtain gauge. You can use double point needles or magic loop method for decreases.
- Hook: 7mm (for making pom)
- Yarn: Lion Brand Go for Faux (for brim and pom), Bernat Softee Chunky for main color, or other similar bulky-category 5
- Extras: Yarn needle, Scissors, poly fill.
9 Stitches x 14 rows = 4”x 4” (worked in stockinette)
- Stst= Stockinette stitch
- K2tog=knit 2 together
- Rnds= Rounds
- SC=single crochet
- SCdec=single crochet decrease
Starting with brim:
With faux fur yarn, long tail cast on 44 sts.
Place stitch marker to keep track of start of round.
Rounds 1-9: *K1, P1* around. Creating 1×1 rib for brim.
Switch to Main Color yarn for body of hat.
Rounds 10-34: K all stitches around. (25 rounds)
(For a taller/longer hat you can add more knit rounds now!)
Rnd1: *K9, K2tog*, repeat to end of rnd (40 sts)
Rnd2: K all sts (40 sts)
Rnd3: *K8, K2tog*, repeat to end of round (36 sts)
Rnd4: K all sts (36 sts)
Continue to repeat rounds 1-2 in this manner (working one less stitch between each decrease) until there are 8 sts left.
Next Rnd: K2tog around. (4 sts)
Last Rnd: K all sts. Cut yarn with about 10” tail, using yarn needle or crochet hook, pull tail through remaining sts, cinch tight. Weave in ends.
To start: Using faux fur yarn and 8mm hook. Single crochet 6 sts into magic ring. Place stitch marker to keep track of start of round.
Rnd1: 2SC in each st around (12 sts)
Rnd2: *SC 1, 2SC, Repeat from * around. (18sts)
Rnds3-8: SC in each stitch around (five rounds)
Rnd9: *SC 1, SCdec, Repeat from* around (12 sts)
Stuff firmly with poly-fill
Rnd11: SCdec around (6 sts)
Finish: Ensure pom is fully stuffed. Sew up opening, leave a long enough tail to attach to tip of hat.
Attach pom to hat. Weave in all ends (I know , I know, the worst part)
Place on head and be jolly!!
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