Free Crochet Patterns

Chrissy Hat

After making the Chrissy Neck Warmer, I still had 2/3 of the pack of yarn left. It seemed the perfect opportunity to make a matching hat. The Chrissy Hat works perfectly with the Neck Warmer or on it's own. It features post stitch ribbing and a slip stitch top with beaded chains as an accent. Size: Adult woman Yarn: Fiber Optic Yarns: Foot Notes Paintbox Gradient, fingering weight, 450 yds: Black-Red-Yellow 0814 - 270 yds used or 9 mini-skeins Hook: US-F/5, 3.75mm Small steel hook for adding beads (size 12 used for sample) Gauge: 28 sts x 14 rows = 4” [10 cm] in post st rib Other supplies: yarn needle 40 beads - size 6/0

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Ashland Rib Stitch Beanie

"The Ashland Rib Stitch Beanie is a different take on the classic crocheted rib stitch. This beanie has a just a bit more stretch and recovery. This pattern is beginner friendly and is a very quick make. It works up in about an hour. As written the pattern uses 108yds of bulky weight yarn, but can be done in any weight with some adjustments to row length and number of rows. This beanie will fit most adults and teens. "Ashland Rib Stitch Beanie

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Faux Mistake Rib Easy Crochet Hat

Mimic the look of the mistake rib knitting stitching pattern by combining stitches of different heights and working in the back loop with this free crochet hat pattern. When crocheted with wool, the Faux Mistake Rib Easy Crochet Hat can accommodate a range of free hat pattern sizes. This warm and wonderful hat pattern makes a charming cap and will do its best to fight off the cold this winter. You could easily create this crocheted hat pattern in a variety of colors. The thick, cute, and universal look makes it an easy hat pattern to make for the whole family. If you wanted to spice this hat up a bit, you could add a crocheted flower to the brim or even sew on a patch from your favorite sports team.

Faux Mistake Rib Easy Crochet Hat

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Nina Bean Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

The Nina Bean Beanie Hat is a crochet hat worked side to side as a rectangle which is then folded, seamed with top sewn shut and pom pom added at the end. The crochet ribbing is worked as part of the stitch pattern not added on later! An easy to memorize 4-row repeat creates beautiful texture throughout the crochet beanie hat with ridges and a faux cable made with chains and single crochet stitches. Crochet stitches used include chains, single crochet, half double crochet stitches and slip stitches worked in combination. Height can easily be adjusted by changing the number of chains in the foundation chain. Width of hat can easily be adjusted by adding or subtracting rows at the end. 4 sizes included - child, adult small, adult medium and adult large.

Nina Bean Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

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Woodland Wolf Hat

The crochet Wolf hat is a cute design that is sure to delight! The pattern uses medium worsted weight yarn in 3 colors. Very cute in any size! The pattern is written in baby, toddler, child and adult sizes. Materials: - Medium Worsted weight yarn, size 4. I used Red Heart Super Saver in gray, white and black - Size I, 5.5 mm crochet hook - 3 buttons- 1" - Black threading floss Abbreviations: ch- chain st(s)- stitch(es) sc- single crochet dc- double crochet sl st- slip stitch sc2tog- single crochet 2 together Notes: Turn after each row.

Woodland Wolf Hat

Crochet Hat with Reversible Ribbing

Here is this lovely crochet toque hat with reversible ribbing to turn out just so fun and chic. The girls are really going to fall in love with this crochet hat for being so catchy, cool, and unusual. This lovely reversible hat is going to make a pretty gift for the girls in the family. Follow the hat details right here! stitchesnscraps

Crochet Hat with Reversible Ribbing

Herringbone crochet Beanie pattern

This subtly textured crochet beanie pattern makes a great hat for men. This hat is interesting and fun to make, and there are no holes, lace, or frills to put off your manly man from keeping his head warm. No excuses, boys. Just put on the dang hat, you'll love it. Materials J/6mm Crochet Hook (try a Furls Streamline); Lion Brand Wool Ease, 3oz/85g, 197yds/180m, 80% Acrylic 20% Wool, Worsted 4 weight yarn in Seaspray color way, 1 skein or less for all sizes; Yarn Needle; Scissors Abbreviations Ch- chain; Hdc- half double crochet; HHdc- herringbone hdc; Sk- skip; Sl- slip stitch; St- stitch; Gauge / Finished Size 7 sts and 5 rounds in 2” square in HHdc. Sized Baby(Child, Adult) to fit a head sized 16.5(20, 23)”. Finished hat measures 6.5(9, 11)” across brim, and 5(6.5, 8)”crown to brim.Herringbone crochet Beanie pattern

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Crochet Pattern Bit Beanie

"With the weather getting cooler this cute little beanie is the perfect accessory to whip up quick for everyone! Materials US J (6mm) hook (Clover hooks are my fav) 1 x Sugar Bush Bold (100% merino wool, worsted weight #4, 190 yards per skein) approx. 70 yds for this project Stitch marker Abbreviations ch = chain sl st = slip stitch st(s) = stitch(es) sc = single crochet hdc = half double crochet Notes pattern in US terms beanie is worked in continuous rounds, do not ch or turn at the beginning of each round gauge: 4.5″ diameter after round 5 finished size: adult - approx. 8.5″ x 8.5″ laying flat"Crochet Pattern Bit Beanie

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