Loom Hat Patterns – 85 FREE PATTERNS

Loom-hat-patternsLoom Hat Patterns – Cool and Free

Loom hat patterns for my favorite price: FREE.  Here is a list of some of the best ones that I found on the internet. They are beautiful, that is about all I can guarantee.  I have not tried all the patterns. I don’t know if they need corrections. Follow the links, if you have questions most sites have a comment section. Most webmasters are good about responding.If you find one that doesn’t answer your question take the link to a forum where there usually are lots of nice folks willing to help.

I wanted to share this list with you guys and hopefully introduce you to some really cool loom knitters and their great sites. The list will be updated regularly.

Be Nice
Many of these patterns are found at other sites by other loom knitters. It  takes a lot of time and effort to write loom hat patterns. Take a few minutes to leave a Thank You comment to these very generous people.

FREE Loom Knit Hat Patterns

There are some links that lead to a list of post. Scroll down the page to find the pattern you want.
**** I Don't Claim Ownership of Any of These Images Unless Author is LoomaHat ****

While visiting these website- Take a look at the other patterns being sold. Loom hat patterns are usually priced under $5 and many are so worth it. Some have books of patterns... no I don't get a kick-back if you pay for a pattern or a book- I just like it when folks that give freely get something back.

Some of the websites require you to register or sign-in. Registration is FREE
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ImageAuthorRecipientType of LoomLink
Loom Hat PatternsLoomaHatWomenAny Loom - RoundClick Here
Free-hat-pattern This Mama Knits
Women36-Peg RoundClick Here
Slouchy Hat for MenLoom a HatUnisexExtra Large Round LoomClick Here
GuppyGirlWomen48-Peg RoundClick Here
Helen Jacobs-GrantWomen30-Peg RoundClick Here
This Mama KnitsWomen48-Peg RoundClick Here
Once Upon a
Loom
Women60-Peg RoundClick Here
Mens Knit HatLoomaHatMen36-Peg RoundClick Here
String Theory
Fiber Works
UnisexAll-In-OneClick Here
loom-hat-patternLoom Knitting
Today
Unisex48-Peg RoundClick Here
Loom-hat-patternMilliy and TillyWomen41-Peg RoundClick Here
loom-hat-patternConnected2ChristChild36-Peg RoundClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsThis Moment is GoodUnisex41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
eHowUnisexNot StatedClick Here
Lion BrandWomenMartha StewartClick Here
Loom Hat patternKnitting with LoomsWomen36-Peg RoundClick Here
Connected2ChristWomen48-Peg RoundClick Here
loom-hat-patterneHowUnisex51-peg RoundClick Here
Knit ChatWomenAdjustable LoomClick Here
Loom LoreChild31-Peg RoundClick Here
This Mama KnitsUnisex36-Peg RoundClick Here
Loom DudeMen41-Peg RoundClick Here
SimplicityChild30-Peg RoundClick Here
Loom LoreChild31-Peg RoundClick Here
Knitting Rays
of Hope
Child31-Peg RoundClick Here
loom-hat-patternLion BrandUnisexMartha StewartClick Here
Nadines PatternsChild31-Peg RoundClick Here
Brenda MyersWomen30-Peg RoundClick Here
This Mama KnitsChild31-Peg RoundClick Here
Lion BrandUnisexMartha StewartClick Here
SimplicityChild30-Peg RoundClick Here
Lion BrandUnisexMartha StewartClick Here
Isela PhelpsWomenAll-in-OneClick Here
Cat Luvn MomUnisexAll-in-oneClick Here
Knit ChatWomen36-Peg RoundClick Here
This Moment is GoodWomens41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
loom-hat-patternOnce Upon a
Loom
WomenAll-in-OneClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsLoomaHatBaby31-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Hat PatternThe Loom Muse CreationsBaby36-Peg RoundClick Here
Lion BrandUnisexMartha StewartClick Here
Isela PhelpsUnisexAny Loom
in Multiples
of 4
Click Here
Slouchy-HatLoom a HatUnisex41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Markman
Farms
WomenMarkman 18'Click Here
My Heart ExposedUnisexAny Loom - RoundClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsThis Moment is GoodUnisex41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Tami Morgan-HallUnisexAny Loom - RoundClick Here
Marysia CarrollWomen48-Pegs RoundClick Here
Heather DelingerUnisex48-Peg RoundClick Here
Basketweave-Stitch-HatLoomaHatGirls36-peg Round LoomClick Here
Heather DelingerMen48-Peg RoundClick Here
The Casual
Loom Knitter
Unisex41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Sophia BurnsWomen41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Janessa LuthUnisexNot StatedClick Here
Helen Jacobs-GrantUnisex58-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Craft Test
Dummies
Unisex36-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Vickie KlementBaby24-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom HatThis Moment is GoodChildAny Round LoomClick Here
Loom a HatMade by TelaineUnisex41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom a HatNeedles and BowsMen41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom a HatDena ZieglerUnisex34-Peg Rectangular LoomClick Here
Loom a HatAuthentic Knitting BoardUnisexThe Knitting Board Click Here
Needles and BowsBabyMartha StewartClick Here
Diamond Brocade BeanieLoomaHatUnisexAny Round LoomClick Here

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ImageAuthorRecipient LoomLink
Loom Hat PatternKnitting Board ChatUnisex40- Peg Hat LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsSimply KnitUnisex41-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternTigrisLu CreationsWomen48-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom hat patternsThis Moment is GoodChild31-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsScarlett RoyalMale36 or 41 Peg R LoomClick Here
Jeannie PhillpsUnisex48-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Loom Hat Patterns FREETigrisLu CreationsUnisex36-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Knitting Board ChatWomens40-Peg Hat LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsJoy4CraftsWomens36-Peg Round LoomClick Here
Tiny Heart Stitch HatLoomaHatChild & Adult31 or 36 PegClick Here
Loom hat PatternsBrenda MyersChild31 or 36 Peg Click Here
Loom hat patterns/Scarlet-BegoniasUnisexAny LoomClick Here
Simply IntertwinedUnisexAll in OneClick Here
Loom hat PatternsScarlett RoyalUnisex41 Peg LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsScarlett RoyalWomen41 Peg LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsDruthers and NotionsChildMartha StewartClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsDruthers and NotionsWomenMartha StewartClick Here
Loom Hat patternsLooming Exclusive DesignsChild31-Peg LoomClick Here
Loom Hat PatternsLoomaHatNewborn Preemie24-Peg LoomClick Here
Loom Hat patternsBrenda MyersChild42-Peg Long LoomClick Here
The City Slouch Hat Joanna BrendtChild or Women48-Peg LoomClick HERE
Hat patternYunus SharifBaby46-Peg KBAH LoomClick HERE

 

Loom Knit Stitch StitchesStitches for the Loom Hat Patterns

It is difficult to follow the loom hat patterns if you don’t know the required stitches. YouTube is a great source for stitches. Visit the site and put the name of the stitch in the search bar. I personally don’t do well with patterns – they have to be simple with few instruction. I rely heavily on YouTube because I prefer to “See” instructions instead of “Reading” them.

Of course there is always Google. The Google Image Search is great. Don’t shy away from the other’s like Bing and Ask.

 

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Here are a few of the Stitch resources I use:

Isela Phelps:  Stitch Guide

Kristen Magnus: YouTube Stitch PlayList

Sofia Burns: Loomatics

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Comments: 48

  1. Tammy March 31, 2015 at 4:05 pm Reply

    Hi Denise, i just want to say i love your website. i am new at looming and i have learned all i know from your site. I’ve been doing this for about 4 months now and made countless number of hats and scarves and would love to move on. i would love it if you could post videos of loom knitted sweaters or tank tops. also where am i able to find the adhesive tape ? i checked every here where i live and with no luck. once again i just want to say thanks for the videos and patterns.

    • Tammy April 2, 2015 at 3:03 pm Reply

      sorry Denise, i also had another couple of questions i forgot to ask. first what does “working in the round mean” ? and are you going to do any videos with long looms?? once again i love your site and all the information you can get on here.

      • Denise Canela April 3, 2015 at 7:15 am Reply

        Hi Tammy, working in the round in loom knitting just meaning that the project is not Flat so you are always knitting the whole round loom like a hat – you will not be going back and forth like a dish cloth.

    • Denise Canela April 3, 2015 at 7:13 am Reply

      Hi Tammy, I don’t have any video with sweater yet but there are some online already. In fact here is a Vlogger with a few loom knit sweater videos: Click HERE
      As far as the adhesive tape .. where did you see that on this website ? I don’t use tape to mark my looms – I use tiny rubber bands. I have seen the tape and it usually painters tape – because that one doesn’t adhere to strongly to the plastic so when it comes off it does so cleanly.
      Hope that helps,
      denise

  2. Dennis March 29, 2015 at 1:50 am Reply

    In the last few months I have been dealing with losing my eye. It has been a cause for many dark days but my wife suggested I pick up a hobby. Looking on line a your name and videos are every where which is great. I would like to send a THANKS’ you never know how you’re work can help someone. Now I have some questions.
    1. I have a Boye loom is there any changes that need to be made for another brand of loom .

    2.there is a pattern for a hat. The one that is black white and brown. If I use a 36 peg loom and divide each color skein into to work 2 strands of yard. Mow many hats could I make? Give or take.

    • Denise Canela April 2, 2015 at 6:55 am Reply

      Dennis, first sorry for my delay in response. Stuff comes at you and you get caught up in the dodging game. Thanks for the thanks – sometimes folks have no idea how much that means to me. I greatly appreciate it.

      Now to your questions..

      1. The Boye is VERY similar to all the plastic mass produced large gauge ( approx 1 inch between pegs ) looms. So any pattern made with the Knifty Knitter, Loops and Threads (Michael’s) and Darice . You don’t need to make any changes to those patterns. I will say this about the Boye – I wasn’t happy with this loom and never recommend them for beginners. Here is a post: Click HERE . If you don’t have the same issues I did – great. But my concern is when this is your first loom – you experience the same issue and believe that all looms are manufactured the same.

      2. The question about the yarn. All skeins are not created equal. Some can have 50 yards of yarn and others like the Red Heart Jumbo that has as much as 744 yards. So its hard to answer this question. What I will tell you is that it takes about 100 – 120 yards to make a hat.

  3. marnie katzbeck February 7, 2015 at 8:30 am Reply

    what type of yarn do you use I have been using Red Heart super saver hope that is alright I make them for adults and kids/tweens.

    • Denise Canela February 7, 2015 at 9:59 am Reply

      Wo Marnie I use LOTS of differant Brands, Weights, Fibers, Textures…. but when I test a pattern I use the Red Heart Super Saver. If I had to tell you my favorite then I would have to say that it’s Paton’s … any variety of the brand – I LOVE. It’s inexpensive with a high-end look. I also like Sheepish by Vikie Howell. It can be hard to work with and I don’t recommend it for beginners.

  4. Esma January 1, 2015 at 6:45 pm Reply

    I am enjoying your site I have just started loom knitting have been knitter for years

  5. Irene December 23, 2014 at 2:26 am Reply

    Your site is amazing! Thank you for the videos , the patterns, the tips…but
    Renee’s Van Hoy pattern is not for free…and is on the free patterns list…

    • Denise Canela December 24, 2014 at 9:39 am Reply

      Sorry about that – I’ve tried my best to make sure all were free… THANK YOU :) I will look for a replacement.
      denise

      • Irene December 24, 2014 at 2:56 pm Reply

        It was just a notice…you do a wonderful job ! Merry Christmas !!!

  6. Marysia Carroll November 26, 2014 at 12:48 pm Reply

    Thank you so much for featuring my one and only loom hat pattern! I’ve abandoned my blog for a while but when i noticed it’s had over 4,000 hits (many from your site), I may resurrect it again!

    Have a lovely day!

    Marysia

    • Denise Canela December 1, 2014 at 10:37 pm Reply

      Thank YOU Marysia for the FREE pattern – Glad to hear that I’ve driven some traffic over to your neck of the woods!

  7. Theresa M Kindred October 30, 2014 at 5:01 pm Reply

    Hi Denise,

    I just bought my first loom set. I just finished watching you video. I’ve probably missed it somewhere on your site. If I would like to change colors (say 10 rows of multi-colored yarn / 10 rows of another) how would I go about doing that? Thank you for your time.

    • Denise Canela November 3, 2014 at 5:05 pm Reply

      I will be adding a post just about the subject buy in the mean time this post might help: Click HERE
      Hope that helps,
      denise

  8. Grieta Meyer September 16, 2014 at 7:47 am Reply

    Hi Denise.
    A compliment for you: My daughter’s name is also Denise.
    Thank you for these lovely patterns.
    I am new to loom knitting, but want to try make a hat for my elderly neighbor.
    Again, thank you very much.

    Regards.
    Grieta Meyer
    Utrecht, South Africa

    • Denise Canela September 16, 2014 at 8:27 am Reply

      Hi Gieta, Lovely to hear from South Africa – would love for you to check out our group in Knit a Square : Click Here

  9. Mel July 23, 2014 at 2:27 pm Reply

    Hey Denise, thanks for posting my hat as a pattern! Big love from the Casual Loom Knitter

    • Denise Canela September 1, 2014 at 12:41 pm Reply

      Hi Mel! Soooooo happy to see you here in my neck of the woods. And I THANK YOU for giving us loom knitters your FREE pattern.
      Next is your stitch… coming soon
      denise :)

  10. Pat July 15, 2014 at 8:36 pm Reply

    Well done, I think both my daughter and I will succeed in making your hat. Much better than struggling with needles. You make it look so easy. Thank you

  11. Anonymous June 5, 2014 at 3:16 pm Reply

    I love these patterns

    • Denise Canela June 6, 2014 at 9:14 pm Reply

      Please thank the designers if you visit a site
      denise

  12. Nicole Cox April 28, 2014 at 10:28 am Reply

    I just wanted to thank you for listing some of my hat patterns on your blog. It has made it easier for people to find my free patterns! You’ve compiled an awesome list here.

    • Denise Canela May 12, 2014 at 8:47 am Reply

      Hi Nicole – I LOVE YOUR WEBSITE !!!! – AWESOME Free and Paid patterns. The baby gear is just Beautiful. You got the gift girl. :) Thanks for stopping by and saying hello to a big FAN.
      denise

  13. Tyranasauras rex April 21, 2014 at 11:50 pm Reply

    I would like to find some designs for cicular loom beanies for a assessment.
    Please Help Me Somone!!!!!!!

  14. Jackua D'morgan April 21, 2014 at 11:39 pm Reply

    YOLO

  15. ann March 1, 2014 at 7:26 pm Reply

    I wish to say thank you so much to all of you for all the time put into all of these patterns.

  16. Melanie February 26, 2014 at 10:55 am Reply

    Denise,
    Thanks for the Loom A Hat site. I’m a newbie at this and have done a lot of searching on the web and continuesly come back to your site. In looking through this list of free patterns I thought it would be helpful if you could ” Rate” the patterns. Thanks so much for all your help.

    • Denise Canela February 28, 2014 at 8:42 am Reply

      Hi Melanie – Thanks for the Thanks and for the recommendation – that’s a great idea ! :) I had thought about a Pattern Review.

    • Anonymous March 7, 2014 at 11:17 am Reply

      Denise,
      I’m having an issue with closing my hats. I’ve been using the ” Gathered Removal” technique and my hats are drawing up especially if it’s stretchy yarn. ( not so much with the worsted)
      Should I be using the ” Chain one bind off” method ? Thanks for your help.
      Melanie

      • Denise Canela March 12, 2014 at 9:31 pm Reply

        Hi Melanie, I would not recommend using the Chain on bind off on a hat. Try this – Click HERE

  17. Tanya November 18, 2013 at 10:59 pm Reply

    Thank you for the patterns. I’ve been loom knitting basic hats and when I came across this site, it put a big smile on my face because there are so many different types/options to choose from. :)

    • Denise Canela November 19, 2013 at 3:12 pm Reply

      Thank you Tanya, you put a smile on my face :)
      denise

  18. diane October 26, 2013 at 4:54 pm Reply

    thank you so much for these beautiful loom hat patterns happen to stumple upon this site keep up the great work thank you once gain

  19. Melissa October 25, 2013 at 5:34 pm Reply

    I cannot find the “Next” link to get more patterns… Is there any way to find the other patterns on here? Thanks!

    • Denise Canela October 26, 2013 at 4:46 pm Reply

      I removed the message. The table is not working properly. The list you see is a complete list – for now.

  20. DLeggett September 23, 2013 at 10:43 pm Reply

    There is no patten available for the Helen Jacobs-Grant tameret ( the second one). If you could find how to get it, would you please post it? I’ve been dying to try it.

  21. Ann Murray September 9, 2013 at 8:14 am Reply

    I love knitting but had surgery on my thumb so can only do one row then have to rest but loom knitting no trouble thank you for the help

    • Denise Cenela September 11, 2013 at 7:36 am Reply

      Ann Murray, Thanks for letting me know about this. I like knowing who I should let know about this great method of knitting. I wrote an article for folks with attention disorder. Knowing that knitters who have had surgery can benefit from Looming is great

  22. Greata Lewis July 23, 2013 at 9:12 am Reply

    Wonderful selection of loom hats…But i am battling to print the patterns…Please help….Many thanks…..I cant wait to get home to make one….xxxx

    • Denise Cenela July 23, 2013 at 7:00 pm Reply

      Hi Greata, the patterns are made by different designers. Folks use different methods. Some can be downloaded – others can not. If you don’t have the option to download – print the page. If you have some trouble with printing the screen – look for the patterns that allow download. Wish I could help more.

  23. Roberta June 29, 2013 at 10:08 am Reply

    I just found your website. Its Great!!! Answers some questions i’ve had on knitting. Keep up the good work. thanks

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