What child doesn't like Sesame street? If they watch it on TV then they'll love these crochet hats. You can crochet Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover or whoever you wish. These are great back to school hats.
"A darling frog hat that has feet on the ear flaps is one of the cutest out there! This is ideal for dress up, Halloween, or just to show your cute and fun personality. The pattern comes in sizes from newborn up through children. But, wait, that is not all. Use this same pattern, with a few changes, and create a loveable cookie monster hat! These are designs by Sweet Potato 3 and are available now!"
"This playful monster adds a bit of handmade fun to a basic beanie pattern in light weight yarn. This pattern is part of the second annual Halloween Crochet Along with CAL Central. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting in the round, crocheting flat in rows, increasing, seaming Special stitch: bob (with written explanation and video tutorial linked in pattern)"
This crochet pattern will help you create a ‘back to school’ hair scrunchie. To complete the project you will need DK yarn, a 4mm crochet hook and a hair elastic. The back to school hair scrunchie pattern is easy difficulty level with no sewing required. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know stitches including sc, dc. You’ll also need to know how to work into a magic ring and how to increase.
Erin from The Cookie Snob designed her version of the messy bun beanie in the style of her series of 3 mL beanies. They hold more than 3 milliliters, but the backstory for the name includes some fun geekery. And to create the rows of horizontal chains, she works into the third loop of the half double crochet stitches. It's a fun way to make a hat with a popular look!
"This free crochet hat and cowl pattern is designed with the independent child in mind. Yep! No more fussing about that little bit of exposed skin when your child's jacket is zipped but not zipped up all the way. This cowl has them (and you) covered. I used Plymouth Encore yarn: Worsted and Colorspun. Crochet hooks: 4.5mm and 5mm This crochet pattern is sized for a child with a head circumference of 17"-19" (43cm - 48cm) "