These crochet hat patterns feature colorwork techniques you’ll love, mosaic crochet, tapestry crochet, intarsia crochet, stripes, fair isle, and even Tunisian.
When I was choosing hats for this list, I picked out patterns where color changes were essential to how the hat turned out. Anyone can add stripes to a hat, but the colorwork on these hats is an integral part of the pattern.
Mosaic Crochet Hat Patterns
First on my list are some mosaic crochet hats. Mosaic crochet is a fun way to do colorwork because you only every use one color per round/row. Stitches are skipped and filled in with the next color to create fun designs in your crochet.
This reminds me of a sunset!
This fun mosaic design features a chevron pattern with only a 3-row repeat.
Did you know you could do mosaic crochet in plaid?? This is one of my favorite hat designs to date.
Tapestry, Fair Isle, and Intarsia Hat Patterns
Tapestry or Fair Isle crochet features designs where you carry your yarn either through or float it along the back of your work. Intarsia is worked in blocks where each color is attached to its own bobbin.
4. Houndstooth Slouch Hat Pattern from A Crocheted Simplicity
This is such a classic pattern.
This crochet hat looks fun to make!
6. Henley Crochet Cable Heart Beanie by Lakeside Loops
I think the crochet cable heart on this hat is so unique. Perfect for Valentine’s day.
Tunisian Crochet Hat Patterns
Tunisian crochet hats are worked flat and seamed together at the end.
This hat even has a matching scarf. Make your color changes easy by using a self-striping yarn.
Practice your Tunisian knit stitch on this Valentine’s Day hat.
Striped Crochet Hats
Some crochet stitches really shine when they are worked in more than 1 color.
Puff stitches make this hat extra cozy.
This colorful hat uses simple stitches to create this stunner. This is a hat I know my husband would love to wear.
This basic hat pattern is dressed up with stripes of variegated yarn. The options are endless!
Another houndstooth pattern! This one is made by alternating different stitches rather than fair isle.
Shell stitches are nested in each other to create this attractive beanie.
I originally thought this was popcorn stitches peeking through but they are not!
I hope these crochet hats have left you feeling inspired! Have you made any of these already? Which one is your favorite?
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