One of our newest contributors over at Handmade Charlotte inspired this roundup of easy-to-sew headwear for kids. Eri, author of the awesome blog Llevo el invierno, has a tutorial for this super cute turban pattern. I’ve been dying to make it for my girlies ever since it caught my eye.
But there’s more: Grownup-style hats for little guys, recycled t-shirt caps for babies, the list of awesome handmade hats goes on. I’ve rounded up a few of my favs for you. Some of these patterns are free, some are for purchase, but all of them are fun to make—kiddoes will L.O.V.E wearing them, and they’ll keep their little noggins warm!
Easy DIY Dino Hat For Kids
Visit Celebrations for the tutorial
The dino look is still going strong—and probably will stick around as dinosaurs are a staple kids’ love. This super-easy-tutorial shows you how to add super cool felt scales to an existing hat.
Huck Finn Cap Sewing Pattern
Available for $8.37 from Sew Liberated
You can make up this dapper little drivers hat for ages 6 months to 10 years. Super cute for wearing casually or for dress up.
4-in-1 Bucket Hat
Visit U Create for the free tutorial and pattern download
I love this sweet bucket hat. It’s not only great for warming heads during the crisp fall days but also keeps the low hanging sun out of your little one’s eyes.
Recycled T-Shirt Beenie
Visit Small Fry for the free tutorial
You could make up dozens of these for your baby or others. (Five colorful ones packaged together would make a great shower gift). What a great way to keep beloved old T-shirts in your life—and can you imagine anything more comfortable?
Fedora Hat Pattern
Available for $9 from Elegance & Elephants
The classic looks of Elegance & Elephants are always awesome. The designs always inspire me to want to sew something up in a quality fabric. This fedora hat is no exception. It’s that item you sew up for you kid, then pass it around for others to enjoy.