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Christmas Santa Hats Bundle Free Knitting Pattern

Introducing the perfect worsted weight hat knitting pattern. This free knitting pattern comes in sizes baby, toddler, children, women and men. You'll be making hats for everyone you know!  * Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link. The ad-free, printer friendly PDF versions are available Etsy, on Ravelry and Love Crafts.   Our other Christmas hats you will love:  Santa Pompom Hat | Medium Weight Christmas Hat Collection | Chunky Pompom Christmas Hat Collection | Santa Stocking Cap | Christmas Stocking Cap   Supplies: Yarn – Any worsted #4 weight. The yarn used in the photos is Loops & Threads Impeccable in colors Aran, Claret and Kelly Green. Purchase online: (Amazon USA) (Amazon Canada) (Michaels) Other acrylic options to consider - Red Heart Super Saver, Bernat Super Value.  Wool blend option to consider - Lion Brand Wool Ease (#4 weight). Needles – Please check your gauge before starting as you may need to go up or down a needle size to get the fit just right. Size US 6 /4mm 16” long circular needles for the brim. Size US 7/4.5mm, 16” long circular needles for the body; US 7/4.5mm double pointed needles for the decrease.  Darning needle, stitch marker, measuring tape and scissors.    Gauge: 4” x 4” = 16 stitches and 23 rows in stocking stitch. Be sure to check your gauge to ensure the hat will fit properly.   Abbreviations: K = Knit P = Pearl K2tog = Knit two together   Sizes: 0-3 Months, 3-12 Months, 1-2 Years (toddler), 3-12 Years (child), Teen/Women, Men Recommended head circumference for each size:                              0-3 Months - 13-15”                      3-12 Years - 19-21”                              3-12 Months - 15-18”                    Teen/Women - 21-22                              1-2 Years - 18-19”                         Men - 23-24”     Colors: Santa Hat - Cast on in white. Once you have completed the ribbing section and are ready to begin the K all rows, change to red.   Candy Cane Hat - Cast on in red. Once you have completed the ribbing section and are ready to begin the K all rows, change to white. Complete two rows of white, switch to red, complete two rows of red, and continue this pattern (2 rows of each color) until you finish the hat.    Classic Christmas Colors Hat - Cast on in green. Once you have completed the ribbing section and are ready to begin the K all rows, change to white. Complete four rows of white, switch to red, complete four rows of red, and continue this pattern (4 rows of each color) until you finish the hat.   Directions: 0 - 3 Months: Cast on 48 stitches on your smaller circular needles. Join. Begin by working *K1 P1; repeat from * to the end of the round for 6 rounds. Switch to your larger circular needles. K all until your work measures 4.25” total length. Decrease (switch to double pointed needles when the hat becomes too tight to fit around the circular needles): *K4, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K3, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K1, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2together; repeat from * to end. Cut yarn and weave through the remaining stitches. Insert the tail into the hat through the middle opening and pull to close up the top. Secure the tail tightly on the inside and weave in the end. Your hat should measure approximately 12” around (unstretched) and 5.75” total length.   3-12 Months: Cast on 56 stitches on your smaller circular needles. Join. Begin by working *K1 P1; repeat from * to the end of the round for 7 rounds. Switch to your larger circular needles. K all until your work measures 5” total length. Decrease (switch to double pointed needles when the hat becomes too tight to fit around the circular needles): *K5, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K4, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K3, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K1, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2together; repeat from * to end. Cut yarn and weave through the remaining stitches. Insert the tail into the hat through the middle opening and pull to close up the top. Secure the tail tightly on the inside and weave in the end. Your hat should measure approximately 13” around (unstretched) and 6.5” total length.   1-2 Years (toddler): Cast on 64 stitches on your smaller circular needles. Join. Begin by working *K1 P1; repeat from * to the end of the round for 8 rounds. Switch to your larger circular needles. K all until your work measures 5.25” total length. Decrease (switch to double pointed needles when the hat becomes too tight to fit around the circular needles): *K6, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K5, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K4, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K3, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K1, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2together; repeat from * to end. Cut yarn and weave through the remaining stitches. Insert the tail into the hat through the middle opening and pull to close up the top. Secure the tail tightly on the inside and weave in the end. Your hat should measure approximately 14” around (unstretched) and 7” total length.   3-12 Years (child): Cast on 72 stitches on your smaller circular needles. Join. Begin by working *K1 P1; repeat from * to the end of the round for 8 rounds. Switch to your larger circular needles. K all until your work measures 5.5” total length. Decrease (switch to double pointed needles when the hat becomes too tight to fit around the circular needles): *K7, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K6, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K5, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K4, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K3, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K1, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2together; repeat from * to end. Cut yarn and weave through the remaining stitches. Insert the tail into the hat through the middle opening and pull to close up the top. Secure the tail tightly on the inside and weave in the end. Your hat should measure approximately 16” around (unstretched) and 7.5” total length.   Teen/Women: Cast on 80 stitches on your smaller circular needles. Join. Begin by working *K1 P1; repeat from * to the end of the round for 9 rounds. Switch to your larger circular needles. K all until your work measures 6.25” total length. Decrease (switch to double pointed needles when the hat becomes too tight to fit around the circular needles): *K8, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K7, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K6, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K5, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K4, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K3, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K1, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2together; repeat from * to end. Cut yarn and weave through the remaining stitches. Insert the tail into the hat through the middle opening and pull to close up the top. Secure the tail tightly on the inside and weave in the end. Your hat should measure approximately 18” around (unstretched) and 8.5” total length.   Men: Cast on 88 stitches on your smaller circular needles. Join. Begin by working *K1 P1; repeat from * to the end of the round for 10 rounds. Switch to your larger circular needles. K all until your work measures 7” total length. Decrease (switch to double pointed needles when the hat becomes too tight to fit around the circular needles): *K9, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K8, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K7, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K6, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K5, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K4, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K3, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K1, K2together; repeat from * to end. K all. *K2together; repeat from * to end. Cut yarn and weave through the remaining stitches. Insert the tail into the hat through the middle opening and pull to close up the top. Secure the tail tightly on the inside and weave in the end. Your hat should measure approximately 20” around (unstretched) and 9.5” total length.   The ad-free, printer friendly PDF versions are available Etsy, on Ravelry and Love Crafts.   Our other Christmas hats you will love:  Santa Pompom Hat | Medium Weight Christmas Hat Collection | Chunky Pompom Christmas Hat Collection | Santa Stocking Cap | Christmas Stocking Cap   Follow Fox & Pine Stitches on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. Pattern and photos are the property of Fox & Pine Stitches. Copying, altering or sharing the pattern and claiming it as your own is strictly prohibited.  You have permission to sell items made with this pattern but credit must be given to the designer in any online listings/websites:  Pattern Credit: www.foxandpinestitches.com You may not use our photos for your own listings.  Tagging us on social media is greatly appreciated.

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