Firefighter Helmet Pattern

$5.95 USD

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This fun firefighter helmet will rescue you from the cold and get you noticed. The design includes post texture, a shaped brim and a shield that can be personalized. Make one for all the firefighter fans you know with their favorite engine numbers. The firefighter helmet makes a great photo prop, costume or everyday hat. This hat is made with two strands of worsted weight yarn and contains four sizes.

Pattern Sizes

  • Newborn
  • Infant
  • Toddler/Child
  • Teen/Adult (9 & up)
Difficulty Rating

Pattern is rated intermediate.

Recommended Supplies
  • Worsted weight yarn in main color, 1 skein for Newborn & Infant sizes, 2 skeins for Toddler/Child &Teen/Adult sizes (I used Vanna’s Choice)
  • Worsted weight yarn in secondary color for shield, 1 skein
  • US K Hook
  • Optional: pipe cleaners, felt or extra yarn for shield embellishment

Licensing

You are welcome to sell products produced from this pattern, but I do ask that you credit me as the pattern designer as follows:

Pattern by Micah Makes
www.micahmakes.com

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Comments

  1. 1
    Barbara. Pray says:

    I would love to make this for mr grandchildren Their father my son is a firefighter in. East Prov. It would be such a hit
    Thank you
    Barbara

  2. 2
    Sandy Estes says:

    This is a wonderful hat! So cute! I would love to make this for my great grandson. His daddy, my grandson, is a firefighter in the Air Force. Thanks, Sandy

  3. 3
    Mary says:

    I Love the firefighter hat and thought I would love to make it for my great-grandson sinced his grandfather is a firefighter. Then I was so disappointed to see that it was crocheted. I only knit. Any chance you have a pattern that is knitted?

    • 4
      Micah says:

      I’m so sorry, I don’t! Perhaps I will try someday, but I am nowhere near as good of a knitter as crocheter so unfortunately I don’t see it in the near future :(

    • 5
      Mary Kay says:

      I have a book — From NeedlestoHook: Complete Guide to Converting Knit Patterns to Crochet which is very good. You can find it on Amazon. For other outlets to buy from, look it up on GetTextbooks.com under ISBN-10: 1-57367-124-X.