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His and Hers Winter Hats

By: Patons

This free knitting pattern from Patons features a snowflake and reindeer detail for his and hers winter fun! Try this free knitting pattern for your holiday gifts, it's easy to make and warm for the winter.

Holiday Winter Hats

27 Free Hat Knitting Patterns



Find this beautiful pattern and more knit hats in 27 Free Hat Knitting Patterns.





  • Patons Decor (100 g/3.5 oz) or
  • Patons Classic Wool (100 g/3.5 oz)
    • Main Color (MC) (Red or Green) - 1 ball
    • Contrast A (White) - 1 ball
  • Knitting Needles: sizes 4 mm (U.S. 6) and 4.5 mm (U.S. 7) for Hat or size needed to obtain tension.

To fit head measurement
Small/Medium 21 ins [53.5 cm]
Large/X-Large 22 ins [56 cm]

20 sts and 26 rows = 4 ins [10 cm] with 4.5 mm needles in stocking st.

The instructions are written for smaller size. If changes are necessary for larger size the instructions will be written thus ( ).
Note: When working from charts, carry yarn not in use loosely across WS of work but never over more than 5 sts. When it must pass over more than 5 sts, weave it over and under color in use on next st or at centre point of sts it passes over. The colors are never twisted around one another.

**With MC and smaller needles, cast on 114 (118) sts.
1st row: K2. *P2. K2. Rep from * to end of row.
2nd row: P2. *K2. P2. Rep from * to end of row.
These 2 rows form (K2. P2) ribbing.
With A, work 2 rows ribbing.
With MC, cont in ribbing until work from beg measures 4 ins [10 cm] ending with a 2nd row and dec 1 st in centre of last row. 113 (117) sts.**
Change to larger needles and proceed in stocking st for 4 rows.
Place Chart I: Next row: (RS). With MC, K47 (49). Work 1st row of Chart II across next 19 sts, reading row from right to left. With MC, knit to end of row.
Next row: With MC, P47 (49).
Work 2nd row of Chart II across next 19 sts, reading row from left to right. With MC, purl to end of row.
Chart I is now in position. Cont working Chart I to end of chart.
***With MC, cont even until work from beg measures 9½ ins [23 cm] ending with RS facing for next row.
Shape top: 1st row: K1. *Sl1K. K1. psso. K24 (25). K2tog. Rep from * 3 times more. 105 (109) sts.
2nd and alt rows: Purl.
3rd row: K1. *Sl1K. K1. psso. K22 (23). K2tog. Rep from * 3 times more. 97 (101) sts.
5th row: K1. *Sl1K. K1. psso. K20 (21). K2tog. Rep from * 3 times more. 89 (93) sts.
6th row: As 2nd row.
Cont in this manner, dec 8 sts evenly across next and following alt rows until there are 17 (13) sts. Break yarn leaving a long end. Draw end through rem sts and fasten securely.
Sew centre back seam reversing for turnback 2 ins [5 cm] above cast on edge. Attach tassel to twisted cord and sew to point of Hat.

Work from ** to ** as given for Reindeer Hat.
Change to larger needles and proceed in stocking st for 6 rows.
Place Chart II: Next row: With MC, K47 (49). Work 1st row of Chart II across next 19 sts, reading row from right to left. With MC, knit to end of row.
Next row: With MC, P47 (49).
Work 2nd row of Chart II across next 19 sts, reading row from left to right. With MC, purl to end of row.
Chart II is now in position.
Cont working Chart II to end of chart.
Work from *** to *** as given for Reindeer Hat.
Twisted Cord: Cut 3 strands of MC 20 ins [51 cm] long. With all strands tog hold one end and with someone holding other end, twist strands to the right until they begin to curl. Fold the ends tog and tie in a knot so they will not unravel. The strands will now twist themselves tog. Adjust length if desired.
Make Tassel: Cut a piece of cardboard 4½ ins [11 cm] wide.
Wind A around cardboard 25 times. Break yarn leaving a long end and thread end through a needle. Slip needle through all loops and tie tightly. Remove cardboard and wind yarn tightly around loops ¾ inch [2 cm] below fold. Fasten securely. Cut through rem loops and trim ends evenly.***

Reindeer Hat Pattern

Reindeer hat Key

Snowflake hat Pattern

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How cute! I love both of these hats and the colors. I wonder if I could get my guy to wear them with me...

Myy printer will no longer printWill be in the market for a new one....Was wondering if someone would copy the pattern and send it to me. Will pay for any expense!!! Reindeer and snowflake Thanx!!!!!!!!

Hi, I am new at this. What does stocking st mean? Also what is Sl 1k and psso? Thanks.

Stocking is also known as stockinette. To complete this stitch, knit one row then purl one row and repeat those two rows. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

this uses 11 balls of yarn for each color?

So sorry for the confusion - that should read 1 ball. I've made changes to the pattern. Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

Hello everyone. I have corrected an error in the pattern. There is no chart III, that was a typo. Sorry for any confusion. Thanks, Caitlin.

I also could not find chart #3 could you help as I am stuck! thanks willie

I tried this snowflake pattern but cannot find chart III. Is this a typo or what? Cannot continue till I get help. please. Thanks, Anita

Very cute will start and hopefully complete tonight. Thanks for the cute design, and the earlily start of a christmas gift.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE give us simpler patterns for the beginners like myself thank you gretchen L.Millington


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