Looking for a warm and cozy beanie pattern? I have the perfect one for you! Look no farther than this crochet winter hat pattern.
This is actually a pattern that I made last year ( I even photographed it last year) but never got around to sharing the free pattern with you! I finally thought that it is the perfect time to share it will the cooler weather on the horizon, this beanie will be the perfect project to start working on!
I’d say that this pattern is a little bit more on the intermediate side of crochet as it uses more than basic stitches.
Details About This Free Crochet Beanie Pattern
This beanie is worked from the brim up. It has a super wide brim that is folded to create a double brim making is a super warm winter hat.
I used basic crochet stitches like single crochet stitches and half double crochet stitches along with a few other fun stitches like back loop single crochet and puff stitches to create this hat.
I didn’t make this beanie in different sizes, just an adult size that will fit average adult heads of 21” to 23” in circumference.
I even think that this beanie hat would look good topped with a faux fur pom pom.
With this particular pattern being made with a wool blend yarn, it makes for a super warm hat for cold weather, especially with the brim being doubled.
Yarn I Used
I used a fun yarn from We Crochet called Chroma Worsted Weight. It is a 70% superwash wool and 30% nylon blend of yarn. I chose the color pixie and love the blue, purple, pink and green tones in this specific color.
There are a lot of different colors to choose from in this specific yarn, so there are lots of great beanie options!
It is a worsted weight yarn, but it is really on the thinner side of worsted weight. To me, it is kind of almost on the #3 lightweight side of yarn, so definitely make sure to check your gauge to see if you need to change hook size before you start this hat or if you switch out a different yarn or even different yarn weights!
Can I Use a Different Yarn to Crochet The Beanie in?
You certainly could! Just make sure to match my gauge. Whether you choose to use an acrylic yarn or a wool blend yarn, as long as the gauge matches mine, you will be just fine.
I know if you are like me, then making a gauge swatch is not your favorite thing to do. Myself, being a crochet designer, I have learned the importance of making swatches first as it can save you a lot of trouble down the road.
Especially if it is a pattern for a wearable where the size is super important, it is always a good idea to make a gauge swatch.
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Crochet Winter Hat Pattern
All crochet terms are US terms.
Skill Level – Intermediate
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Things you will need:
- 2 Balls Chroma Worsted in Pixie OR 225 Yards similar weight yarn
- H / 5.00 mm Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle / Tapestry Needle
- Tape Measure
- Finished beanie is approx. 9 1/2’’ wide at the brim and 8’’ tall with the brim folded
- sc = single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- dc = double crochet stitch
- tr = treble crochet
- blsc = back loop single crochet
- sc2tog = single crochet 2 stitches together
- hdc2tog = half double crochet 2 stitches together
- mc = magic circle / magic ring
- ch = chain
- t = turn
- sk = skip
- sp = space
- sl st = slip stitches
- st = stitch (es)
Puff Stitch (PS)= *yarn over and insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop (as if you were going to do a double crochet), you now have 3 loops on your hook. Yarn over and insert hook into the same stitch and pull up another loop (5 loops on hook) repeat from * 2 more times until you have 9 loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through all 9 loops. Secure with a chain st.
- 14 st x 7 r = 4” in double crochet
- This hat is made to fit the average adult head of 21” – 23” in circumference.
- This beanie is worked from the brim up.
- I will include other notes throughout the pattern when needed.
Row 1: ch 25, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch st across (24)
Row 2: ch 2, t, blsc in each st across (24)
Repeat row 2 until piece measures 18’’ (not stretched)
Fold piece in half lengthwise and slip stitch the edges together. You will now be working in the round and NOT turning the piece after each row.
Round 1: ch 1, evenly place 90 sc around the edge of the brim, sl st into first st to join (90)
Round 2: ch 1, hdc in each st around, sl st to join (90)
Round 3 – 5: ch 1, hdc in the 3rd loop of each st around, sl st to join (90)
Round 6: ch 1, * sc in 7 st, sc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (80)
Round 7: ch 1, * ps, sk st* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (80)
*each puff st and each chain st used to close it count as a stitch
Round 8: ch 1, * sc in 6, sc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (70)
Round 9: ch 1, * hdc in 5 st, hdc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (60)
Round 10 – 12: ch 1, hdc in 3rd loop of each st around, sl st to join (60)
Round 13: ch 1, * sc in 4 st, sc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (50)
Round 14: ch 1, * ps, sk st* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (50)
Round 15: ch 1, * sc in 3 st, sc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st join (40)
Round 16: ch 1, * hdc in 2 st, hdc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (30)
Round 17: ch 1, * hdc in 1 st, hdc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (20)
Round 18: ch 1, * hdc2tog* repeat * to * around, sl st to join (10)
Cut yarn and close top.
Weave in ends on your finished hat.
Fold the brim of the hat halfway up.
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