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I love the look of my Bella Beanies!  They have a very interesting design but are super simple to make.   I recently got my hands on some Vanna’s Choice Yarn

and I haven’t ever used it before, but I really like it.  It comes in a variety of colors, which I really like.  It seems like it is a thick worsted weight yarn (which I really like) unlike some worsted weight yarns that seem like they are thinner and should be a #3 light weight.

This one is done in the color Oatmeal and just look at it!  This is the perfect fall neutral color.  This would make a great go-to hat when you don’t know which one to wear, the color would match with anything.

Will fit a teen, average adult head of 21” – 23”


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Things you will need:


  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • blsc = single crochet in the back loop only
  • sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • hdc2tog = half double crochet 2 stitches together
  • dc = double crochet
  • dc2tog = double crochet 2 stitches together
  • Sl st = slip stitch


  • 12 st x 6 r = 4” in double crochet

Make sure to use correct hook to obtain the correct gauge.


Ch 8

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch

Across. (7)

Row 2: ch 1, t, blsc in each st across. (7)

Repeat row 2 until piece measures 17’’ unstretched.  Once the piece is 17’’ long, being careful not to twist band, line the 2 ends up.  Ch 1, and slip st in each st down the band.  You now have the brim of your hat.

Row 3: ch 1, evenly sc 55 st around the brim of the hat. Join with a sl st into the 1st sc of the round (55)

Row 4: ch 2, hdc in each st around.   Do not join with a sl st.  You will now use your st marker.  (55)

Row 5-7: hdc in the 3rd loop of each st around (55)

What is the 3rd loop?  The 3rd loop of a hdc is the loop behind the normal top 2 loops.

You have your front loop and your back loop.  The 3rd loop is right behind the back loop.

If you are still having trouble finding the 3rd loop, I have a Youtube video for this hat here

Row 8:  dc in each st around. (55)

Row 9:  hdc in each st around (55)

Row 10 – 12:  hdc in the 3rd loop of each st around (55)

Row 13:  *dc in 9 st, dc2tog*  repeat * to * around (50)

Row 14:  *hdc in 4 st, hdc2tog*  repeat * to * until the last 2 st, hdc in last 2 st (42)

Work rows 15 – 17 in the 3rd loops only

Row 15:  *hdc in 4 st, hdc2tog*   repeat * to * around (35)

Row 16:  *hdc in 3 st, hdc2tog*  repeat * to * around (28)

Row 17:  * hdc in 2 st, hdc2tog*  repeat * to * around (21)

Row 18:  *sc in 1 st, sc2tog*  repeat * to * around (14)

Row 19:  sc2tog around (7)

Cut yarn.  Sew top together.  If you would like to top your hat with a faux fur pom pom, find my tutorial for that here

Have fun and crochet away

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