Elegant Holiday Joy Hat


Be festive and stylish this season with this Elegant Holiday Joy Hat. This is just the right crochet pattern for some added warmth in the cold that still makes you feel like you have something to celebrate. It's easy to add an extra embellishment on the side of this crochet hat pattern so that you can show off some festive holly or other holiday symbols. The bow makes this hat feel girly and elegant so you can wear it whether you are outside or in. What a fun and unique crochet hat pattern to celebrate the holidays this year.


Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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What a pretty hat. It makes me think of the old days. Like a flapper. I read the directions and it appears to be very easy so I am going to give it a try. I have a sweater that I want to match this too. It's an amethyst color. I think a hat would be very pretty with it.

I think I have seen this hat pattern before in a different color but I did not save it. Now that I have found it again, I will save it and more over, I have plans to wear this during the month of December when I have somewhere special to go. This is a simple, classy and elegant hat.

I saw this hat a couple of years ago and fell in love with it. It was one of the first hats I attempted to make, and although Id only made beanies and slouchies before, this cloche was very easy. I love that the band is worked as part of the hat itself and doesnt need to be added on later. I made the first one with the bow, but I made an Easter version with flowers, too.

This hat is reminiscent of the days when ladies never left the house without a head covering. It is classy and if you ask me, would go with almost any outfit you could ever want to wear. This is a timeless headpiece and I would love to have one, so I guess I have to get to it.

This is a cute hat and I really like the addition of the bow which makes it just that much cuter even. Depending on what time of the year you are making and wearing your hat, you can substitute other things in place of the bow. If it is for Christmas you could replace it with a small wreath.

Is the "save pattern" button missing on anyone else's page?? I left it alone for a few days and returned to see if it was just a browser glitch, but it's still not here, and I'd LOVE to save this pattern! (

Hi OpusCroakus, The save button has been moved down below the photo and the yarn weight/hook size. :) Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I think the SAVE button has been removed entirely from this site now because I have not be able to find it in several months.

Hi Hippie Chick, Nope - it's still there! It's now under the project/links - look for the bar with the social media icons. The Save button is the gray button with the +Save on it. :) Julia, AFC editor

This is a really gorgeous hat. This style is a cloche, and that's a style from the Edwardian era, not Victorianwell, almost the '20s, so edge of Edwardian, really, but I love it done in the darker Christmas colours, like dark cranberry instead of red, and forest green or even teal. The bow would look good even done in the red/green instead of an ivory hue. I've always loved a Victorian Christmas mulled cider, plum pudding, candles flickering in lace-paneled long windows with the glow of firelight from within.... They knew how to do Christmas!

Very elegant! This is great for occasions when it's freezing out and you want to stay warm but you don't want to wear an old ski hat with your outfit. It's both fancy and soft! Different sizes means I can make matching hats! I'd like to do an all black one with a white bow.

What a beautiful hat pattern! I love this and appreciate that it gives all size directions. I will be making quite a few of these hats in all sizes. I have a long list of family members who love hats. Mommy and me hats.. The print tab down at the bottom helps a lot too, I was able to omit all the adds and other links.. Only print what I wanted by typing in what pages to print for my printer.. 3 pages is better than 8. Thank you for this free pattern..

There is no "download PDF" button on this pattern. The pattern is written out on the blog page and there are options at the bottom to print. It's easy enough to get what was promised.

That is how most of the patterns are set up. It helps to give the bloggers' sites some extra traffic to help them out for sharing their free patterns with us.

Sayla don't click on the "download pdf" link. it's just an advertisement to keep the page free. Just scroll down a page or two to find the pattern.

Exactly. Click the button that says CLICK HERE FOR CROCHET PATTERN to go to the designer's blog to get the pattern.

I like some of these but I am very disappointed to say it seems lately that we MUST click to download something to get a pdf that we do not need and if we do not one cannot find a link to click to simplify the choice to do what we came to do, as promised, to SIMPLY download the pdf for this pattern! Thank you for submitting but I will not come back.

I didn't have to download anything for this pattern.....

There is nothing to download. The pattern is readily available in all sizes.

Maybe Saylavcherie is having a bad hair day!!! ) ) )


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