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Ages 14+

Loom-Knitted Hats


Why buy a hat when you can knit one from scratch? Grab your loom and learn the ins-and-outs of two fundamental stitches — the knit stitch and the purl stitch. Then use your newfound stitch savvy to knit a hat, top to bottom. Learn to switch colors and patterns as you go, then top it all off with a handmade pom-pom made of yarn, or one of the faux-fur pom-poms included in the crate. Ready to get ahead on hat-making?

From the desk of the product designer:

Behind the design

After several attempts to start traditional knitting as a hobby and only making scarves before giving up, I was so excited to discover loom knitting. It was so much easier and more satisfying — I knew I had to share it with everyone! - Melissa, Maker Crate product designer

- KiwiCo Product Designer

By the numbers


Wool hats knit at the beach over summer


Number of patterns tried


Cold winter days braved without a hat



6 reviews



    My 11 yo was able to figure it all out on her own and then teach me. We have yet to FINISH the hat so hopefully we can figure that part out too but so far so good!!!



    I asked for this kit for Christmas and have fallen in love with loom knitting. I have never knitted or crocheted, but the instructional videos were very easy to follow. The equipment is good quality and versatile. After I made my hat I bought more yarn and am almost done making a matching scarf (on the loom provided).



    Directions were easy to follow. Unfortunately when making my hat, there was a knot in my skein that I didn’t notice until it needed to go through a stitch. When I pulled on the string to go through the stitch, it broke making my hours of work useless

    Erica De


    So excited to get started with loom knitting. I've made a couple things so far. Time consuming, but worth it!

    Happy mom


    This is such a fun project! Both my daughter and my son loved this hat loom! So exciting to make something and then use it.



    An outstanding way to make hats, for those who have tried to knit or crochet and got frustrated. No more counting stitches (or wonky shapes when you drop and add stitches), easy color changing, and being able to catch a mistake or slipped stitch...it doesn't just disappear when the weight of your project pulls it apart and you have to guess at where to pick up the stitch again. As someone who only ever started many knitting projects, I am well on my way to finishing one and looking forward to many cool hats in the future!

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