All Around My Hat is a 1975 album by Steeleye Span, their eighth and highest-charting, reaching number 7 on the UK charts, and staying on the charts for 6 months. It briefly made the band a household name in England. In the United States it became the band's first album to chart, reaching number 143.
The title track was Steeleye Span's highest-charting single, reaching number 5 in the UK charts, with "Black Jack Davy" as a B-side.
The album cover and back was designed by John 'Connor, a friend of Hart's, using an anamorphic projection that distorted the facial features of the band members but which looks correct when viewed from the side through special pinholes in the lyric sheet.