How To Crochet A Hat With Cat Ears

how to crochet cat ears for a hat

I’ve gotten quite a few requests from people asking me how to crochet a hat with cat ears lately. To help everyone out, I’ve compiled a list of youtube videos that will show you to how to crochet a cat ear beanie. If you’re looking for a written pattern, check out this crochet cat hat pattern round up that I’ve compiled.


Alexis from Persia Lou brings you this video tutorial on how to crochet a cat hat. She uses Lion Brand Thick & Quick in Starlight Metalic, a size L 8mm crochet hook, a large eye needle, and scissors.
The pattern is also available on her site here.

 In this video tutorial, she uses Red Heart Detroit. I wasn’t able to find it for sale online, but the weight for RH Detroit is DK, so I would suggest going with Paintbox’s DK Weight Yarn. You’ll also need a size E 3.5mm crochet hook, a large eye needle, and scissors.

This hat with tassels is beyond cute! Technically not a ‘how to crochet a cat ear beanie’ tutorial, however the tassels add the weight to the corners to make it look like a crocheted cat hat.
You could also sew the corners to create more defined cat ears.
You’ll need a size H 5mm crochet hook and some worsted weight yarn (ex Red Heart Super Saver).

This tutorial will teach you how to crochet a hat with cat ears, and it is simple and very easy to follow. You’ll need a size H 5mm crochet hook, and some worsted weight yarn.
Red Heart With Love Metallics in Black would look purrrrfect!

The last tutorial on the list is one for an animal ear scoodie. What’s a scoodie you may ask? Well, it’s  a hat and infinity scarf in one! She uses 3 skeins of Bernat Softee Chunky yarn, and a size 12mm crochet hook.

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One Reply to “How To Crochet A Hat With Cat Ears”

  1. This looks lots of fun I work at a private girls school in the boarding house and I think some of our girls will love to make this for our coming winter. I am going to give this pattern a go, but wouldn t the finished hat look super cute with pop poms attached to the points of the ears?

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