There’s still a little bit of summer left, it’s not too late to get out and enjoy it! Want to have fun in the sun and keep your head and eyes safe? Try one of these cool crochet sun hats. Here are 7 free crochet patterns for you to choose from!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Star Sun Hat by Jessie At Home
“This sensational sun hat features a star on top to help keep the sun off the most vulnerable part of your head, and a mesh side to keep you cool. The wide brim provides shade to protect your face, and to keep you fashionable!”
2) Brickwork Summer Sun Hat by The Lavender Chair
I love the texture of the stitches in this one!
3) Makin’ Lemonade Sunhat by A Crocheted Simplicity
“When I caught my first glimpse of Lion Brand’s new tape yarn, Rewind, I knew right away that it would be perfect to make myself a new sunhat and beach bag!”
4) Bay Breeze Cloche by Salty Pearl Crochet
“I’m naming this hat the Bay Breeze Cloche, after the beautiful waters of Tampa Bay you can see in my photos here.”
5) The Strata Sun Hat by Posh Pooch Designs
“I designed The Strata Beach Hat to match the Big O’ Beach Bag Crochet Pattern and it’s the perfect hat to wear on a sunny day.”
6) Hometown Honey Sunhat by Yarnutopia
“For the first time, I tried my hand at crocheting with raffia yarn. It was definitely an interesting experience in trying something new. I made this floppy brim Hometown Honey Sunhat!”
7) Straw Sun Hat by Crochet for You
“The texture and the color of this hat, remind me a real straw hat.”
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