Free Crochet Patterns for Doll Hats

Free crochet pattern for a Ribbed Barbie Hat
Free crochet pattern for a Ribbed Barbie Hat | Source

Free Crochet Patterns for Doll Hats

Crocheted doll hats are a great way to add an extra touch to just about any doll outfit. The hats are not only quick and easy to crochet up, but they are also quite addictive once you get started on them.

Following is a small collection of neat and fun hats to crochet up either for dolls or amigurumi toys. Some of them are for large dolls, such as the 18” American Girl doll, and some are for smaller dolls, including the Barbie and Ken dolls.

Most of these patterns are done with a worsted weight yarn and work up quite fast. Some of these patterns are also suitable for crochet beginners. As a matter of fact, some of them might even be suitable for a young child to practice on. If you are a beginner, click the following link for some tips on what to look for in a beginner crochet pattern.

Hope you enjoy these free crochet doll hat patterns.

18” Doll Hat Crochet Pattern - Crochet ‘N’ More

This is a stylish looking hat for an 18” doll. It is made with a worsted weight yarn and a J hook. It even has a pretty bow around it, and it is perfect for dressing up any 18” doll. - 18” Doll Hat Crochet Pattern

Beret for an 18" Doll - Cherie Durbin @ Factoidz

Here is beret pattern for an 18” doll. The pattern calls for a worsted weight yarn
and is completed in as little as six rounds. And unlike most crochet patterns, which are generally abbreviated, this pattern is written out completely. - Beret for an 18" Doll

Doll Stocking Cap - My Recycled Bags

This is a neat pattern for a doll that has a 10.5” head circumference. It is a long and pointed doll cap with a small tassel at the tip. You can’t go wrong with this pattern, as it will look adorable on any child’s doll. - Doll Stocking Cap

Hat for a Walking Doll - Cherie Durbin -Factoidz

This hat is designed for a 30” walking doll. It is another pattern by Cheri Durbin, and it too is written without any crochet abbreviations. It looks like a fairly easy pattern to make for beginners. - Hat for a Walking Doll

Ken and Barbie Caps
Ken and Barbie Caps | Source

Ken and Barbie Caps - CrochetN’Crafts

This crochet pattern allows you to make caps for both Ken and Barbie. Although both hats use the same pattern, Ken’s hat is slightly larger than Barbie’s. The pattern is easy to do and suitable for beginners. - Ken and Barbie Caps

Toy Detective Hat - Meisjunk

And another cute little hat designed by Meisjunk. This one is for a toy detective hat. The pattern looks like it is very easy to make, and will look adorable on any doll or amigurumi toy. - Toy Detective Hat


Toy Top Hat - Meisjunk

Here is the cutest top hat ever! It is designed by Meisjunk here on Hubpages. And I know it doesn’t look the same, but it reminds me of Willy Wonka from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It looks like a very easy pattern that is suitable for beginners as well. - Toy Top Hat

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lisa.bom 4 years ago

Great ideas. Thanks for sharing.


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Rhelena 4 years ago Author

Thanks Lisa, Hope you enjoy them...


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wymyczak66 4 years ago from Buffalo, NY

Cute! That barbie beanie must be a killer to crochet, I've always had trouble when I try to knit tiny things lol


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LoriSoard 4 years ago from Henryville, Indiana

Super cute. I love crocheted Barbie clothes.


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Rhelena 4 years ago Author

wymyczak66, thank you! I guess it takes a bit of practice to work with this yarn and small projects, but once you get the hang of it, it is actually quite easy.

LoriSoard, Thank you as well. I hope you enjoy them.

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