2.06.2015

Color Wool Beanie {Free Crochet Pattern}


Be warm in a chunky ribbed pom-pom beanie. A beautiful design inspired by Patons ColorWul yarn that's available in nine gorgeous nature-inspired colorways. This crochet pattern is worked in rows and joined together with a slip stitch seam on the inside of the beanie to create a seamless finished look. The Color Wool Beanie is a fun and trendy accessory that guys and girls will love to wear. Works up in about an hour!

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Size:
Teen/Adult - Fits head circumference 20-22 inches.

Stitch Knowledge:  ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), hdc (half double crochet), BLO (back loop only)

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Materials List:
Bulky Weight Yarn 120 yds
(PatonsColorwul Yarn for the sample.)
Size US (6.50mm) and (9.00mm) Hooks
Scissors and Tapestry Needle

Guage: With 6.50mm hook 10 hdc and 8 rows = 4 x 4 inches.

Special Stitches:

Note: Find step-by-step video instructions on how to work into the BLO of a stitch at Moogly

Teen/Adult

Note: Pattern is worked in rows, and then seamed together with a slip stitch join to finish.

Starting out: With 6.50mm hook, ch 26.

Row 1: Work hdc into 3rd ch from hook (skipped chains count as ch 2, not a counted stitch). Continue working hdc into each ch stitch across. (24)
Row 2: Ch 2 (not a counted stitch), turn. Work hdc into the BLO of each stitch across. (24)
Row 3-30: Repeat Row 2.

Note: Laying flat your finished piece will measure approximately 8.25 x 16.5 inches unstretched.

Join: Ch 1, turn. Fold the piece in half. Hold the ending row and beginning row together to form a tube. To join sl st together the inside loop of the ending row and the inside loop of the beginning row of each stitch across. (24)

Brim: Turn piece right side out, joining seam on the inside. With 9.00mm hook, ch 1. Work 31 sc evenly spaced around the beanie by working 1 sc into the end of each row. Sl st to first sc to join. Tie off.

Crown: To close the crown of the beanie cut a long end of yarn, about 18 inches. Thread the long end of yarn onto your tapestry needle. Working around the top of the beanie weave the long end of yarn in and out of the ends of each row around. Pull the yarn tightly to close, secure with a knot.

Weave in ends.

Pom pom: Make a 4 inch pom pom. Wrap yarn around the center of a piece of cardboard that is 4 inches square about 80 times. Cut yarn and carefully slide the wrapped yarn off of the cardboard. Cut a long end of yarn, about 18 inches. This long end of yarn will be used to tie the pom pom and to attach the pom pom to the beanie. Tie the long end of yarn around the center of the wrapped yarn and secure with a knot. Cut the wrapped yarn open at each end and trim. Do not trim ties.

Finishing: Attach pom pom to the top of the beanie. Thread one long end of yarn onto your tapestry needle and stitch through to the inside of the beanie by pushing through just to the left of the top center of the beanie. Thread the other long end of yarn onto your tapestry needle and stitch through to the inside of the beanie by pushing through just to the right of the top center of the beanie. Tie the two ends together on the inside of the beanie and secure with a knot. Weave in ends.

This pattern is available as a print friendly PDF download in 5 sizes (baby to adult) for $2.99 at Craftsy.



Written pattern Copyright Sara Freisberg 2015. Please do not repost or reproduce this pattern in any way. Please do share this pattern with others by linking to this page. Feel free to sell finished items made from this pattern. A link back to the pattern in your listing would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

16 comments:

  1. Muito lindo!
    O fio também é maravilhoso.

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    1. Thanks Alexis! I'm happy your like it. :)

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  3. What a beautiful Blog !
    I ♥ this pompom beanie, the colors are great.
    Regards from Austria,
    Fräulein KidsliKids

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    1. Thanks so much! I'm so happy you like it.

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  4. Fantastic hat pattern! Can I ask what colorway of the Patons Colorwul you used; if you mentioned which one I failed to see it, sorry.
    Thanks
    Cindy

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    1. Hi Cindy! I used Bramble for the beanie in the photos. Hope that helps!

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