"The Gentle Forest Beanie is a quick and easy beanie pattern for beginners that is simple but has beautiful texture. The pattern is for toddler, child, adult small, and adult large sizes. This beanie is worked from bottom to top. Required materials: approximately 75 - 165 yds worsted weight #4 yarn, 5.5 mm crochet hook, scissors, yarn needle, faux fur pompom (optional) Gauge: 8 stitches x 7 rows = 4" scblo Stitches used: sc, scblo, hdc, hdc in the 3rd loop, dc, dc in the 3rd loop, fpdc, hdc2tog, special decrease stitches described in the pattern"
"Use this crochet pattern to make an easy and beginner friendly HDC beanie in sizes for baby, toddler, child and adult. This unisex hat pattern is a great one to keep in your library for gifts and donations. This crochet pattern is suitable for a beginner. The abbreviations/stitches used in this pattern include: ch, sl st, BLO, SC, and HDC. This pattern requires approx. 150 yds. of Lion Brand Cobblestone yarn or a similar worsted weight (Category 5) yarn. You will also need a 5.5mm crochet hook and a faux fur pom (optional)."
A flower applique in a bold color and a faux fur pom pom add vibrancy to this textured slouchy beanie. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting crocheting flat in rows, crocheting in the round Increasing, crocheting in the back loop Seaming with slip stitch (pattern includes links to photo and video tutorials) Special stitches: bob, FPdc (pattern includes links to video tutorials)
"This beanie is worked from the bottom up using a variety of stitches that create an interesting texture throughout the piece. This pattern includes instructions for the Filil Beanie in sizes Toddler, Child, Adult S, and Adult L. Difficulty: Beginner/Advanced Beginner Materials needed: 5.5mm crochet hook (or whichever hook is needed to obtain the correct gauge) Approximately 75-165 yds worsted weight #4 yarn Yarn needle Scissors Faux fur pom (optional) Knowledge of basic crochet stitches is required. Any other special stitches are described in the pattern."
Erin from The Cookie Snob designed her version of the messy bun beanie in the style of her series of 3 mL beanies. They hold more than 3 milliliters, but the backstory for the name includes some fun geekery. And to create the rows of horizontal chains, she works into the third loop of the half double crochet stitches. It's a fun way to make a hat with a popular look!
"I have been meaning to write a Half Double Crochet (hdc) beanie pattern for some time now. You all seem to really like my Basic Beanie pattern which uses double crochet stitches so I thought you'd also like a hdc beanie pattern. I used the exact same worsted weight yarn (all hats were made from the same skein) for my samples because I wanted my measurements to be as accurate and consistent as possible. Please check your gauge before starting your own hat."