One hour Santa hat – FREE crochet pattern

One hour Santa hat – FREE crochet pattern

‘Twas the night before the Christmas train ride & i searched all through the house – not a Santa hat to be found – not even one sized for a mouse.”

The night before my families first annual Christmas Train Ride to the North Pole to see Santa & his reindeer I was packing up the last few things and went downstairs to find our Santa hats. I was certain they would be with the Christmas decorations, but then thought ‘they must be with the extra winter hats’. Nope. No Santa hats. ANYWHERE. It was now 11 o’clock at night and while I know we have acquired at least 2 million Santa hats over the years I could not find a single one. So I decided I would crochet one for each of the girls – and that is story of the ‘One Hour Santa Hat Pattern’.

The night before my families first annual Christmas Train Ride to the North Pole to see Santa & his reindeer I was packing up the last few things and went downstairs to find our Santa hats. I was certain they would be with the Christmas decorations, but then thought ‘they must be with the extra winter hats’. Nope. No Santa hats. ANYWHERE. It was now 11 o’clock at night and while I know we have acquired at least 2 million Santa hats over the years I could not find a single one. So I decided I would crochet one for each of the girls – and that is story of the ‘One Hour Santa Hat Pattern’.

Santa hat cover

I used Caron One Pound in White & Scarlet for these hats but I am also making some fun colored hats for Christmas Caroling later on!

Materials:

  • Caron One Pound – White
  • Caron One pound – Scarlet
  • Crochet Hook – 5.5mm

 

Stitches:

  • Ch – Chain
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • SlSt – Slip Stitch
  • *____* Repeat between stars to end
  • Find my full list of stitches and abreviations here.

Hat:

  • Row 1: Ch 4 & make ring, Ch 2, 10 DC in ring, SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 2: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 3: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 4: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 5: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 6: Ch2, *2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in next stitch* SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 7: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 8: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 9:  Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 10: Ch2, *2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in next stitch* SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 11: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 12: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 13:  Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 14: Ch2, *2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in next stitch* SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 15: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 16: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 17:  Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 18: Ch2, *2 DC in next stitch, 1 DC in next stitch* SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 19: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 20: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 21:  Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 22: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 23: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 24: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2

****Join White Yarn ***

  • Row 25: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 26: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 27: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Row 28: Ch 2, DC in each stitch around, join with SlSt to beginning Ch 2
  • Cut & weave in ends

Pom-Pom

I used a 3 inch cardboard form wrapped 75 times to create the pom-pom for this hat – i then tied it to the end.

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I hope you enjoy this One – Hour Santa Hat pattern as much as I do!

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