Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern - This Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It's worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There's a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm.
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Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern

December 14, 2017

This Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It’s worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There’s a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm. This beanie so so stretchy and comfortable to wear. And with the folded brim, it can be slouchy one day and tight fitting the next. I love this pattern and I’ve made quite a few! It’s an easy, mindless project. Perfect for a Friday night in Netflixing 😉 So grab some worsted yarn and your 5.0 mm hook and let’s get started!

Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern - This Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It's worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There's a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm.

 

Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern - This Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It's worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There's a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm.

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Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern - This Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It's worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There's a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm.

 

Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern

 

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Materials
worsted weight yarn
H/5.0 hook
Yarn needle
Scissors

Level
Easy

Pattern notes & stitches to know
Ch – chain
Hdc – half double crochet
Hdc blo – half double crochet back loop only
Sc – single crochet

Ch 1 at beginning of each row does not count as hdc

Approximate Finished Size:
Child: 7.5″ wide x 10.5″ long (not including pom pom, without fold)
Teen/Small Adult: 8.5” wide x 12” long (not including pom pom, without fold)
Large Adult: 9.5″ wide x 13.5″ long (not including pom pom, without fold)

CLASSIC BEANIE

Pattern written in Child, Teen/Adult noted in ( ), Large Adult noted in [ ]

Ch 41 (46) [51]

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from the hook and across (40, (45), [50} hdc)

Row 2: ch 1, turn, hdc blo in each stitch across (40, (45), [50} hdc blo)

Repeat row 2 to row 36 (43) [50] 

Lay out the rectangle so the rows are running vertically and then fold in half from left to right

Sc both ends together. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Using your yarn needle and the long end, weave the long tail in and out around the top of the hat, cinch it closed. Weave in all your ends, turn hat rightside out so the seam is on the inside.

Fold the bottom up so the hat is about 8 (9) [10] inches long.

Add a pom pom!

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Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern - This Classic Beanie Crochet Pattern has a classic design, but is made a little differently than your typical crocheted hat. It's worked as a rectangle and then sewn into a hat. There's a little bit of ribbing to add some subtle texture and the double brim will help keep ears extra warm.

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  1. I’ve been looking for a good hat pattern. Looking forward to the newsletter and more patterns. I’m a knitter also, but it takes a lot longer to knit a hat, than CROCHET a hat. Thank you for the patterns.

  2. Am a Nigerian and love knitting so much.But the problem is how can I get your type of wool(I mean the texture)our’s is so light and doesn’t bring out d work fine.Please how can you be of help?.

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