Are you telling me that you think your feline friend DOESN’T need a crochet cat hat? Well, I am absolutely ready to change your mind. I mean, just look at these patterns, how could you not make one?!
Spring/Summer Cat Hat Crochet Patterns
All I am saying is that the Kentucky Derby is in May, and your little furry friend absolutely needs to fit in. I mean, look at these patterns! If you’re a cat lover, your heart will absolutely melt.
See, this is exactly what I am saying. This little lady is Derby ready with Abby’s Accessories CT’s crochet cat hat pattern! Honestly, look at the little holes for the ears. This pattern is just too cute; my heart is melting.
This flower crown from Pawsome Crochet This pattern is also versatile enough that it could be a kitty collar, which is honestly one of the cutest things I have ever seen.
Who doesn’t want a little frog cat? These big ol’ eyes on X Bloom Moon’s crochet cat hat pattern are simply to die for. I am also a fan of the lighter green yarn choice on this crochet pattern, I think it really ties this frog all together.
This cat is ready for the sunshine of summer! I love the color Roxanne Dear Artworks uses for this fun and bright watermelon hat. The different spots for the yarn seeds are also a great touch and I truly think that it ties this hat altogether. Your feline friend will obviously be the talk of the town when they stroll out in this adorable crochet pattern.
Fall Kitty Cat Hat Patterns
Oh, Fall, the season of pumpkin patches and apple orchards. Also, a few of the best holidays for crafting (I am looking at you, Halloween).
Give a pumpkin to your pumpkin! Cozy Things Patterns has this fun pumpkin hat pattern that your cat is sure to look absolutely stellar in.
Looking for the coolest cat Halloween hat? Meredith Langley’s wizard hat is sure to have your kitten living out its wildest magical dreams. Honestly, this hat kind of reminds me of Disney’s Fantasia, so if your feline friend also seems to have magical powers that wreak chaos upon your home, this hat pattern may be the perfect fit. Just make sure you have a wizard on duty to clean up the mess!
Okay… how funny are the little curlers hat from Oona Patterns Etc? These crochet rollers just crack me up! This would be perfect for post-bath time for any sphynx cat parents. My niece tells me it always seems like their little heads are so cold after their bath and this just seems perfect.
Yeehaw! Pawsome Crochet has done it again! Your kitten is going to corral your heart with this cowboy hat! Also, this would be another adorable Halloween costume. I mean, just look at this little hat. I also love the little band stitch that is going around the hat to give it some added flair. I really feel like it’s pulling the whole thing together.
You’ve heard of Thanksgiving pants for humans, but have you heard of Thanksgiving hats for cats? This turkey cat hat from Oona Patterns Etc just makes me giggle. I also absolutely love the yarn eyes on this hat and the fact that it included a little strap in the pattern. Honestly, the way the little ears are sticking out warms my heart. I really can’t help it. That very cute chain strap will help the hat stay on your kitty’s head, which is always a plus.
More Fun Crochet Patterns
If you love these crochet cat hat patterns, you might also like to check out these other fun crochet patterns. You can find all our Free Crochet Patterns here.
Winter Hat Pattern for Cats
Time to keep our kittens toasty during the Winter months with crochet cat hats that are sure to be a winner (Don’t worry, these patterns work for your adult cat, too!). Plus, don’t we all need to match with our cat? Maybe a mommy and me beanie will be in your future. A lot of these patterns still use worsted weight yarn, so they won’t be too warm for your indoor feline friend.
Looking for something simple? Catventurous Crochet has got your back with this adorable crochet cat hat with a pom pom! This pattern uses a lot of basic crochet stitches, which makes it perfect if you’re just starting out. I really love this beanie and I truly think you could easily find a pattern to match. Maybe just minus the ear holes though… Hmm.. I’m thinking the Salt of the Earth Beanie might just work!
If you want something with a little more chunky ribbing, Shooting Star Crafts’ crochet cat hat pattern is sure to win your heart. It isn’t too complicated of a pattern and uses some basic stitches on the top, so don’t be too worried to try it for yourself. The pom pom on this beanie is a bit looser, which I think is still a lot of fun.
As usual, it really just comes down to personal preference on the pom, so it is totally up to you how full you would like to make it. A couple of other great things about this pattern: it starts with the magic ring, and it’s a free pattern! This is just such a cute hat and I really love the color, so you know I absolutely had to share it.
Ready to party it up for the holidays? Not without Nicki’s Homemade Crafts’ crochet Christmas cat hat! This hat is an absolute masterpiece. The yarn chain and easy single crochet to make the neck strap is such a good choice because then you get to look at those little cat ears!
If your cat likes to be Santa’s little helper, this hat from Okie Girl Bling n Things is the perfect gift for your little feline this year! Maybe if you make this crochet cat hat, your furry friend will only give good reports to Santa. This is a great pattern for anyone whose cat gets cold ears. For any sphynx cat owners out there, I am sure your hook is just itching for this pattern.
Forget Rudolph! Your cat is about to win Santa over with this reindeer hat from Catventurous Crochet! I mean, come on, how could you resist all this cuteness?
For the cats that always want to play with the Christmas tree, Oona Patterns Etc has just what you need. Now, your sweet feline friend can have their very own Christmas tree wherever they go! This is an absolutely adorable finished hat that could probably double as a crochet toy if your cat likes to rip it off and play with the strings. Either way, you’re sure to get a lot of use out of this beauty!
Whether you’re looking for adorable costumes or you just want a cute photo prop for your cat, these patterns are just so fun to make! Pick a beginner-friendly crochet project or get a little more adventurous. Just grab your crochet hook, a piece of yarn (scrap yarn is great), and a yarn needle to weave in the ends and you’re on your way to a fun project!
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