Pure Puffs Beanie
Learn how to crochet a basic beanie! The Everyday Crochet Beanie is the perfect, easy crochet beanie that will become a staple in your fall and winter wardrobe. The Everyday Beanie features a ribbed fold over brim, a tapered head and is topped off with a yarn pom pom! You can also leave off the pom pom entirely for a minimalist and simple beanie :) This crochet beanie pattern has seven different sizes - preemie, baby, toddler, child, tween, adult small and adult large - so you can make a beanie for everyone in the family! There is also a step-by-step video tutorial.
This beanie is also worked flat, uses the half double crochet puff stitch, and it can easily be made in a day! It also only uses one ball of yarn perfect for last minute gifting and stash busting.
Slouchy beanies are simply the best. They are incredibly comfy and you hardly even feel that they're on your head! Like for instance this beautiful hat in the pictures below by I Need It Crochet. It's super light, breathable, yet warm enough to get you through winter.
"The Mirabilis Beanie is the ultimate in comfy slouchy crochet hat pattern. With plenty of delicate drape the puff stitch detail feels like pure luxury. A perfect gift to make and give or a cheeky treat for yourself perhaps! The hat is worked flat with extra short rows for the rib and fabulous puff stitches for the top section to create a relaxed knitted look. In 5 sizes from Baby to Large Adult, it also co-ordinates perfectly with a Mirabilis Cardigan to get you set for the season. "
The Alpine Stripe Beanie is the matching hat for the Alpine Pocket Scarf - a reader request! Cozy, stripey, and available in three sizes! Both the hat and scarf are completely unisex, and the fringe on the scarf is totally optional. The Alpine Stripe Beanie features simple stripes to match the pockets on the Alpine Pocket Scarf, but you can omit them - or add more. Add extra row repeats to turn the beanie into a slouch, or add buttons to each side to hold your mask on while keeping your ears warm. To make this pattern into a ponytail beanie, start by crocheting Rnd 4 around an elastic hairband, and then follow the instructions from there. To pom or not to pom - it's up to you!