Amigurumi Crochet Patterns

Amigurumi Witch Hat

Make this cute amigurumi witch hat as a stand alone decoration, or to add to any of your amigurumi projects to create a festive Halloween look! This hat pairs nicely with the Crochet Candy Corn Witch pattern! Don’t forget your Crochet Cauldron, too!

Skill Level

Advanced

Materials Needed 

  • Worsted Weight yarn in the following colors
    • Black
    • Yellow
    • Orange
  • Polyfil
  • Size G/4mm crochet hook 
  • Yarn Needle for sewing
  • Scissors

Stitches and Abbreviations 

  • Ch – Chain
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • MC – Magic Circle (Ch 2 can be used if you prefer)
  • Sl St – Slip Stitch
  • Inc – Increase – work 2 SC into one stitch

Amigurumi Witch Hat Pattern Written Instructions

Amigurumi Witch Hat Base

Make One

In Black:

Begin with a MC

Round 1: SC 3 into MC. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (3)

Round 2: Inc in each stitch around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (6)

Round 3: *SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (9)

Round 4: *2 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (12)

Round 5: *3 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (15)

Round 6: *4 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (18)

Round 7: *5 SC,Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (21)

Round 8: *6 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (24)

Round 9: *7 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (27)

Round 10: *8 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (30)

Round 11: *9 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (33)

Round 12: *10 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (36)

Round 13-14: SC in each stitch around. Sl St to first stitch to close round. (36)

Fasten Off, and weave in ends.

Amigurumi Witch Hat Top

Make One

In Black:

Begin with a MC

Round 1: SC 6 into MC. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (6)

Round 2: Inc in each stitch around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (12)

Round 3: *SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (18)

Round 4: *2 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (24)

Round 5: *3 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (30)

Round 7: *4 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (36)

Round 8: *5 SC,Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (42)

Round 9: *6 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (48)

Round 10: *7 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round.  Ch 1 (54)

Round 10: *8 SC, Inc*. Repeat between * * around. Sl St to first stitch to close round. (60)

Fasten Off, and weave in ends.

Amigurumi Witch Hat Belt

Make One

In Orange:

Ch 36, leave long tail on both ends for sewing.

Amigurumi Witch Hat – Assembly 

To assemble your Amigurumi Witch Hat, center the top of the hat onto the base, and whip stitch around.  It is usually easiest to use the tail left when you fasten off, but not necessary.  Once you are halfway through sewing, stuff the top of the hat with polyfil, then sew until the top of your hat is secured to the bottom of the hat.

To attach the belt, place the chain of orange one round up from the bottom of the hat. Thread your yarn needle with the long tail you left for sewing, and sew through the chain onto the hat, make sure to pull tight to reach all the way around the hat.

Once you have the hat top attached to the base, and the belt sewn onto the hat, embroider the buckle onto the hat using yellow yarn.

Weave in any excess yarn.

Note: This pattern is written by closing each round with a Sl St, rather than working continuously.  Working continuously *shouldn’t* affect the overall shape, but I have not worked the pattern in that fashion to guarantee that to be the case.  

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