Loom Knit Messy Bun Hat

Loom Knit Messy Bun Hat


Loom Knit Messy Bun Hat
Loom Knit Messy Bun Hat
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If you're looking for loom hat patterns, don't pass up the Loom Knit Messy Bun Hat. This free loom knitting pattern is an easy and fun project that whips up quickly. The messy bun hat trend is on fire right now, and gorgeous colorful yarn will make for a truly fun new hat. Embrace the colder weather, keep your ears warm, and keep your hair out of the way with a fun new messy bun hat. Loom knitting is a great activity to try with your kids, and teens love the messy bun hats, too! Keep warm inside by making this craft and then play outside wearing your warm new hat.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Knitting Loom TypeRound Knitting Loom

Pegs Needed36

Finished Size20-24 inches tall

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I purchased a loom about 3 years ago and never even opened it. This is such a cool looking knit hat that I might have to try it. I love the way you can put your hair through the top so you can get it out of the way. A great alternative to just leaving your hair long because it gets to bulky under the hat or your hair will not fit under the hat. I like my hair out of my way sometimes.I like the idea of the elastic on the top to put your hair through so you do not have to worry about your hair fitting thru the hole on top. This looks super fun. Better make some extras because everyone will want one. Super great tutorial and a video (of a scarf) that will show how to do the knit and purl stitch. Thanks.

This is a cute version of a messy bun hat. It's great to have a loom version as I don't knit, only crochet. The choice of yarn color is a plus. I actually have a wooden rectangular loom. I think I will try to make one of these messy bun hats on it. I should be able to use a needle to make a seam or a crochet hook to close the two ends together. If I turn the hat wrong side out the seam would be on the inside of the hat. If I use elastic I can weave that into the hat top before removing it from the loom. This will be interesting. I like to challenge myself.


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