Father’s Day is coming up soon, so if you are looking for the perfect pattern to crochet for dad here are some ideas! Most of these projects are quick and easy to make and many even come in multiple sizes so you have plenty of options.
Family is important and letting your father, father-figure, husband, or adult son know how much he means is a special gift.
My dad died of cancer a number of years ago and I still wish I had been able to express my gratitude more fully for the time, effort, and prayers that he put into raising me. ❤ I look forward to being able to do that on the glorious resurrection morning. 🙏
Free Crochet Patterns to Make For Dad
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Simple Seed Stitch Beanie:
This is a good all-around basic hat for men. It comes in 4 sizes so you can make it for all the guys in your family-not just Dad.
Simple Seed Stitch Scarf:
A warm scarf to match the hat above. It even comes with a bonus cowl pattern!
Seeing Stripes Beanie:
2 patterns in one! Make your stripes using color, or create simple textured stripes with the crochet stitches themselves. This beanie pattern comes in several sizes.
Blue Jean Rhapsody Hot Pad and Cast Iron Handle Cover:
For the dad who loves to cook. My husband loves this set and we have used it extensively in our own home since I made it several years ago.
This super simple hat comes with lots of add-ons not shown in this picture. Add earflaps, a button tab, or pom-pom to make this uniquely his. The crochet pattern comes in several sizes.
Snow Country Super Scarf:
This scarf is long and warm for cold winters. It can be wrapped around multiple times for extra warmth.
Snow Country Ski Hat with Earflaps:
Downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, or pulling the kids on a sled, this hat will be sure to keep Dad warm whatever the weather.
Snow Country Ski Beanie:
Just like the earflap hat, but with a ribbed brim and a pom-pom!
Jute Force Canteen Carrier:
Hiking, camping, canoeing, this sturdy carrier will help Dad stay hydrated on all his outdoor adventures this summer. My husband hauls this thing everywhere, and aside from the hot pads (listed above), it’s the most used item I’ve made him.
Another basic beanie with simple, but pleasing textures.
Wanderlust Scarf and Cowl:
The scarf (and bonus cowl pattern) to match the beanie, above.
Mittens to keep Dad’s hands warm while he’s outside. This pattern comes in 2 sizes: small/medium, and large/x-large.
And there you have it! I hope you were able to find something special to crochet for your dad in this post.