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Christmas tree hat

Get into the holiday spirit with these festive Christmas tree hat ideas. From cute and whimsical to elegant and stylish, find the perfect hat to complete your holiday look.
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Tis the season! Holiday hats are a fun way to spread Christmas cheer and make people smile. They are also funny to give away as gag gifts or to wear during work meetings to lighten the mood. Have you ever wondered how to crochet a hat? These crochet hat patterns are a great place to start! 1 Christmas Tree Hat Be your merry and brightest with this fabulously over the top Christmas Tree Hat complete with battery pack operated Christmas lights. First you’ll make a stretchy band for the brim…

Zoe Middleton
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Christmas Tree beanie is the perfect gift for just about anyone on your gift list. It's easy to make, can be made in all kinds of colors, and features festive jingle bells as the ornaments! You can even add sparkly garland to your beanie! The hat doesn't take much yarn, and the pattern works up fast - so it's a great last-minute make to use as a stocking stuffer!

Patti Gordon
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Since the beginning of this gloomy pandemic, many have turned to old-fashioned arts and activities to make sense of the messy world around them. Especially yarn crafting, like knitting or crocheting, has increased in popularity as a result. Holding something tangible in your hands and linking one loop of thread to another can really stop your mind from wandering and ground you in the present.

Sonia Mendes