If you're looking for a totally unique hat that is guaranteed to turn heads, this is it. This hat gives the impression of an octopus sitting on your head, complete with tentacles hanging down past your shoulders.
It will keep your head warm while starting countless conversations, or you could use it as the centerpiece of a Halloween costume.
Whip up this hat for Halloween or any time you're feeling a bit witchy. It has a slouchy point and a brim that can be optionally supported with wire. Once spooky season is over, make one in red and white for a Santa-style hat.
This ribbed beanie is a perfect project to make for gifts. It's a classic style and quick to make, and the spiral design of the rib knit at the top of the hat gives it a unique twist. There are only two stitches in this hat, so even total beginners can dive right in.
A grown-up Little Red Riding Hood comes to mind when we see this crochet hood-style hat with tassels. It's a quick project to make in super-bulky yarn and a great choice for chilly climates. The hooded style will keep your ears protected from the freezing wind.
The embossed climbing vine design on this beanie adds detail to the simple structure of the hat itself. It's an advanced pattern, suited for the established crochet artist who wants to make a more unique and detailed hat.
This cute and slouchy elf or Santa hat is worked from the bottom up in half-double crochet stitch and uses super chunky yarn for a quick result. The pattern comes in five sizes from baby to adult large, so you can whip up a set for the whole family- perfect for Christmas card photos!
This slouchy mandala hat would make the perfect addition to a summery bohemian-style outfit. The mandala design puts a unique spin on the classic slouchy beanie, and while the lacy stitches look detailed and impressive, the pattern is easy enough for a beginner.
Is there a little Disney fan in your house? If so, this hat pattern is for you! Complete with the iconic polka dot bow and round ears, this Minnie Mouse beanie is sure to please any child or adult Mouseketeer.
This crochet fairy flower hat is perfect for cosplay. Use it to top off a nymph, witch, or fairy costume. The pattern is completed in pieces, so you can create almost any flower by selecting the shape and number of petals you need.
When it comes to unique hats, this steampunk-style crochet top hat gets full marks. It is embellished with curly details and a crocheted poinsettia, and thanks to tight stitching, the hat stands on its own without the use of wire.
Lean into your basic fall aesthetic with this beanie. The bobble stitches are designed to look like little pumpkins, so you can stay warm while proclaiming your love of all things Autumn. This pattern is appropriate for an advanced beginner.
This dinosaur beanie is sure to be your little one's new favorite hat. It's a good thing, too, because it will also be their warmest hat, with ear flaps and ties to keep everything snugly covered. A sweet little heart embellishment is optional.
The classics are classics for a reason! This cabled beanie will keep your head warm and cozy, and this old favorite never goes out of style. The pattern comes with a video tutorial to help you achieve the cabled look.
If you're tired of making basic beanies and ready for a challenge, give this triceratops hat pattern a try. This adorable and detailed hat is sure to thrill any dinosaur lover. It would be perfect for a Halloween costume, dress-up play, or just staying warm.