The Charlotte Beanie Crochet Pattern is fun & girly! This stitch creates a beautiful texture and is so cute with a pom pom.
I absolutely love this stitch! For the main part of the beanie I used the Suzette Stitch and I’ve used it a couple times. It has a beautiful design and texture to it. Plus, it’s just a 1 row repeat! So easy! You can find a detailed photo tutorial of this stitch HERE.
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Charlotte Beanie Crochet Pattern
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100g worsted weight yarn (optional: in 2 colors) – I used yarn I dyed myself
I/5.5 mm hook
pom pom (optional)
Pattern notes & stitches to know
sl st – slip stitch
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
sc blo – single crochet back loop only
dc – double crochet
sc3tog – single crochet 3 together
· written in US terms
· ch 1 does not count as sc
· This beanie is worked from the bottom up, starting with the ribbing around the bottom.
· The length of the ribbing is approx the circumference of the beanie (it will be slightly smaller, but has a lot of stretch). To change the circumference, add or take out rows or ribbing. Must be an odd number or rows.
Approximate Finished Size – Child (not including pom pom)
CHARLOTTE BEANIE CROCHET PATTERN
Starting with ribbing color – ch 9
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from the hook and across (8 sc)
Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in first stitch, sc blo in next 6, sc in last (8 sc)
Row 3 – 69: repeat row 2
Bring both short ends of the ribbing together, slip stitch the ends together. Now you will work around the top of the ribbing in joined rounds.
Round 1: ch 1, sc evenly around, working 1 sc in the end of each row of ribbing, join to the first sc with sl st (69 sc)
Change to second color
Round 2: ch 1, turn, (sc, dc) all in first stitch, skip 1 stitch, *(sc, dc) all in next stitch, skip 1 stitch* repeat from * to * around to last stitch, sc in last stitch, join to first sc with sl st (69)
Round 3: ch 1, turn, (sc, dc) all in first sc, *skip next dc, (sc, dc) all in next sc* repeat from * to * around to last stitch, sc in last stitch, join to first sc with sl st (69)
Round 4 – 22: repeat round 3
Round 23: ch 1, turn, *[(sc, dc) all in sc, skip next dc] – repeat from [ to ] 2 more times, sc3tog over next 3 stitches, dc in same stitch* repeat from * to * around to last stitch, sc in last stitch, join to first sc with sl st (55)
Round 24: repeat round 23
Round 25: repeat round 23
Fasten off. Leave a long end for sewing.
Use the long end to weave in and out of the top loops of the last row. Pull end tight to cinch closed. Sew the top closed. Weave in the ends.
Photo tutorial >> How to Finish a Beanie from the Bottom Up
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I Vught two patterns, translated. I printer thema out and in English.
So good is my English not and now I plaid andcstill have ontving.
Hi, I only have my patterns in English. I’m sorry you were disappointed. If you let me know what you purchased and where, I will send you a refund 🙂
I love these!
Love this pattern. Thanks for Sharing. Vivian
Is this hat done in Adult sizes? It’s so pretty!
Hi! You can definitely make it in adult! You can add about 10 rows to the ribbing (or until it’s approx 19″ long – with an odd number of rows) and then work the rest of the beanie until it’s about 9″ tall. Hope that helps!!
Great, thank you so much!! That helped!!
Hello Breann. Thank you for the fabulous patterns. On Pinterest the Charlotte Beanie is shown in grey with a pink pompom, has no ribbing and looks a bit slouchy. Did you use the same pattern just leaving off the ribbing and making the hat a bit taller? I want to make this for my 9 month old grandson (I realise I will have to make it smaller)
Hi! The pattern has been updated to include the brim 🙂 That is an old photo
Thanks for your reply Breann. Does it not work as well without the brim?
It works fine without the brim, I just prefer one 🙂
I have made it and it turned out really well. Thank you for a lovely pattern.