Knit Family of Hats: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

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Say hello to day fourteen of our month long National Craft Month Giveaway! We hope you are having fun visiting our blog every day, and entering to win a different prize of the day, everyday. You can find the contest rules and enter below.

We’re continuing our celebration of National Craft Month with today’s featured project from Coats and Clark. This Knit Family of Hats will allow you to make ideal winter accessories for any member of the family! Finding knit hat patterns for the family is simple with the Knit Family of Hats, because this great knitting pattern includes sizes for children, women and men.

Knit Family of Hats

Knit Family of Hats

Make everyone in your family their own knit hat without a problem; we have the full tutorial available for you. No matter how old or young your family members are, the finished piece will keep you and your loved ones warm and comfortable during cold spurts. The step-step- knitting pattern from Coats and Clark, will have your whole family wearing a classic hat design all season long.

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 Red Heart National Craft Month Prize Package

Today’s prize is a collection of yarn from Red Heart Yarn ! In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:


* Like the AllFreeKnitting Facebook page here, AND

* Like the Red Heart Yarn Facebook Page here, AND

*Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

Have you ever knit a hat? If not, what are you knitting?



  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the AllFreeKnitting and the Red Heart Yarn to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 14 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

SUPER BONUS – WIN $1000 Gift Card!

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Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win a $1000 Michael’s gift card. You can enter each day to win this amazing $1000 Shopping Spree at Michaels. And don’t forget to come back here to the FaveCrafts blog each day for a new prize as well. You have 17 chances to win!


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  1. Robin A says

    I did knit a hat once. It came out a little uneven as it was one of my first projects. Currently I am making an afghan, and a washcloth.

  2. Maryann says

    I have knit a couple of hats before. They turned out pretty good. The Grand kids liked them

  3. Emily says

    I have never knitted a hat. I am actually a beginner knitter so winning this yarn would be a wonderful way to build my collection of yarn!

  4. says

    I have knitted several hats some for my grandkids, friends and myself. But, my most favorite are the one I make to donate to the hospitals…..

  5. Katherine White says

    I’ve knitted many hats on a loom, but have only just started learning to knit with needles. It’s not as easy as crocheting or loom knitting, but I’m enjoying the process, and I even got a customer in the store where I work to start knitting by just showing her the basic stitch that I was in the process of learning. Of course, she’s run right past me. LOL!

  6. charlene says

    i love to crotchet as a matter of fact im crotcheting 2 afghans at the moment one for granddaughter and one for grandson .ive already made one for older grandson. i need to make one for my youngest granddaughter.

  7. Heather Nutsch says

    I’ve tried several infant hats. I struggle with adjusting the pattern for sizing. I’m currently knitting a scarf.

  8. Chris Powers says

    I have knit many hats, all sizes, shapes, colors. I still knit several a week for winter & for chemo patients. Currently working on a Sashay scarf & a baby sleep sack as well. I carry projects to work for lunch time, have a project in the kitchen & one in the living room. Always something to kee me busy!

  9. Heather says

    I always crochet my hats.. Love the color’s and designs of the hats. I am currently working on a afghan, so it should be finished by 2015.. lol

  10. says

    I do not knit, but I have crocheted a kippah for a friend’s son for while he was studying in Israel, baby caps for newborns for a local hospital, a sweater for myself, baby sweaters, booties, and as many afghans as my hands could create over the past 40 years of crocheting.

  11. Glenda Steffee says

    I’ve made several hats/knit caps/berets. Right now, I’m making 1 skein scarves using Bernat’s Twist and Twirl. Only six knit stitches per row – very easy take-along gift project

  12. Robin Blakeley says

    Well, I just picked up knitted around a month ago, but I have been having a lot of fun with it! I have knitted two hats, now – one for my daughter and one for my son. It is so rewarding to see both my children happily wearing something I’ve made!

  13. Beema says

    I am knitting animal hats and mittens for a craft show. I also knit scarves. I used to knit sweaters and afghans but now mostly hats, mittens and scarves. Would love to win the wool.

  14. Jen says

    I’ve been knitting since I was 11. My teacher taught those who wanted to stay in and learn. I made slippers and they turned out really nice. I’ve knitted afghans, baby blankets, baby sweaters, hats, booties, mitts. I’ve made adult sweaters, the Norwegen knit and they turn out very well but when I did them my kids thought they were gross so I didn’t make any more. I thought they were really nice. I do like to make the winter headbands though with different colors of snowflakes mainly. I sell those at show c(or I did before I moved to Florida). I learned to crochet at 17 from my husbands granny and tried tatting and cannot quite do tatting. Knitting is so soft and so special looking. I love the feel of it. I have a new grandbaby coming for the first time in 20 years soon and so I’ve been busy. Would I like to win the yarn… I think you can tell it would be used for sure… Thx

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