Willy Santa Claus Hat

Willy Santa Claus Hat

Willy Santa Claus Hat


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German-British astronomer William Herschel discovered in 1785 The Cone Nebula in a region of Monoceros constellation that is 2700 light-years away from earth and is a part of other nebula around the Christmas Tree Cluster, an open cluster called that way because it looks like tree of lights.

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There is nothing more emblematic of the Christmas mood than a Santa hat. It is quite normal we use one during Christmas  holidays: to give presents to kids, to dress up or during New Years eve celebration with a party horn. Our amigurumis also like to pose in Christmas mode and need their little hat. The hat Willy is a fun pattern whose size is easy to adjust depending of who is concerning. First request has been done by MINNA PATTERN HERE the little pussycat, she is going to moon’s New Years eve party. 


Minna Amigurumi


This PDF includes pattern to walk you through every single step of making your own Willy Santa Claus Hat, is perfect if you like to crochet on the couch or on the go. This is a nicely formatted PDF perfect for your mobile or tablet viewing. Or, you can print and take it with you wherever you want, avoiding keeping busy the electronic screen of your device and leaving it free for your favourites movies, series or apps.

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PDF Crochet Pattern


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  • Crochet hook 2.25 mm (B US)
  • Yarn needle
  • Fiberfill
  • Stitch marker
  • DROPS Loves You 7 (100% Cotton), 50g (1.8oz), 170 m (186 yds):
    nº 16 (red)
    nº 01 (white)

It is a perfect pattern if you have some yarn leftovers and you do not know what to do with it!
Hat: 5g


Wrap yarn around two fingers, leaving 7cm long tail. Insert hook right to left under the two rows and pick the strand up (the one that leads to the skein), pulling the yarn back under the two rows, YO and pull through the loop (do not count as first stitch). Keep working the following stitches into the ring. Remove the ring from your fingers and pull the tail end to tight the ring.

SINGLE CROCHET (abbrev. sc)
Insert hook in stitch, YO and pull through the stitch (2 loops on hook), YO and pull through both loops on hook at once.

DOUBLE CROCHET (abbrev. dc)
YO, insert hook into the stitch, YO and pull the yarn through the stitch (3 loops on your hook), YO and pull through the first 2 loops on the hook in one go (2 loops remain on the hook), YO again and pull through the remaining 2 loops on the hook.

INCREASE (abbrev. inc)
To work an extra stitch, you simply need to work into the same stitch more than once. Work one stitch as normal. Insert hook into same stitch you’ve just worked and complete another st.

Insert hook in the front loop of first stitch and in the front loop of the next stitch (3 loops on hook), YO and pull through the first two loops on hook (2 loops on hook), YO and pull through both loops on hook at once.

THROUGH FRONT LOOP (abbrev. tfl)
The front loop is the loop closest to you.

You will change to another colour by joining in the new colour during the final step of the last stitch in the old colour as follows: work the last stitch in the old colour until the last two loops of the stitch are on the hook, then using the new colour, YO and pull through the 2 remaining old colored loops on your hook. The next stitch you make will be the first stitch in the new colour.

Cut yarn, pull the yarn tail through the last stitch completely and thread yarn tail onto yarn/tapestry needle.
Insert needle through the front loops only of each remaining stitch from outside to inside. Pull gently to close the gap.

Cut yarn, pull the yarn tail through the last stitch completely and thread yarn tail onto yarn/tapestry needle. Skip one stitch then insert needle into the next stitch under booth loops of the second stitch of the last round. Next, insert needle back into the same stitch that the yarn tail is coming from but into the back loop only. This creates a closing stitch. Weave tail into wrong side before trimming.


    • ch = chain
    • dc = double crochet
    • dc-inc = increase (crochet 2 stitches into the same stitch)
    • lp (s) = loop (s)
    • rnd (s) = round (s)
    • sc = single crochet
    • sc2tog = 2 single crochet together
    • st (s) = stitch (es)
    • tfl = through front loop
    • YO = yarn over
    • Rnd … = At the beginning of each pattern line, you’ll find “Rnd” + a number to indicate which “round”.
    • (…) = At the end of each line you will find the number of stitches you should have at end of each line.
    • […] x … = When part of the instructions repeat throughout the “round”, it ́ll be placed between brackets x the number of times it should be repeated.
    • Example: Rnd 01. (3sc) in the same stitch, [2sc, sc-inc] x 2. (11 sts)



If you are looking for a relaxing project, this is what you want. These patterns are very repetitive. They use basic stitches and easy procedures.


12 cm (circumference) x 9 cm (height).


  • This pattern is written in US terminology.
  • This pattern is worked top -bottom.
  • When you crochet spiral rounds, you start with an adjustable ring (know as “magic ring”) and you will go on work in a continuos spiral. This means, you continue to crochet directly into the first stitch of the previous round to star the next round.
  • You should mark the first stitch of the round to keep track of where the round begins.
  • Changes in color should be made in the final YO of the previous stitch.


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Make a magic ring with red color using a 2.25 mm (B US) hook.

To begin: Make a magic ring.

Rnd 01. 6 sc into ring, tighten the lp; place marker. (6)

Rnd 02. sc in each around. (6)

Rnd 03. [2 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (8)

Rnd 04. [3 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (10)

Rnd 05. [4 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (12)

Rnd 06. [3 dc, inc-dc] x 3. (15)

Rnd 07. [4 dc, inc-dc] x 3. (18)

Rnd 08. [8 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (20)

Rnd 09. [9 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (22)

Rnd 10. [10 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (24)

Change colour to white.

If you need a bigger hat, don’t change to white just yet and continue by adding two stitches each round until hat will have the desired size.

Rnd 11. [11 dc, inc-dc] x 2. (26)

Rnd 12|16. sc in each around. (26)

Cut the yarn and make an invisible fasten off.

Weave in the ends.


Make a magic ring with white color using a 2.25 mm (B US) hook.

Rnd 01. 5 sc into ring, tighten the lp; place marker. (5)

Rnd 02. [inc-sc] x 5. (10)

Rnd 03|05. sc in each around. (10)

Stuff the pompom lightly.

Rnd 06. [sc2tog] x 5. (5)

Cut the yarn and close the remaining 5 stitches through the front loops.

Weave in the ends.

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1. Sew the little pompom ball to the top of the hat and  sew the hat together at a point to get it looked bend.

2. Now fold the white rounds upwards, so that your hat will have a nice and thicker brim.

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