4 Crochet Beanie Patterns!
I LOVE BEANIES! What’s not to love, right? They make great gifts and can be crocheted in so many different styles for so many different people like friends, relatives, coworkers babies etc.
Beanies are great because they help keep your head and ears warm in the long and cold Winter months. They also can help cover up a bad hair day! haha! C’mon we’ve all been there 🙂
Below are 4 free easy crochet beanie patterns that are created using beginner stitches. Even if you are an experienced crocheter, these beanie patterns are easy to whip up and make perfect gifts!
Primrose Beanie – This beanie is crocheted using the Primrose stitch. This stitch consists of single crochet and double crochet stitches. The band is created by crocheting slip stitches in the back loop only. You can also crochet this beanie using any worsted weight yarn in any colors you like! The pom-pom is completely optional but I feel it adds a little something extra!
Every Girl Slouch – This beanie pattern is one of the first patterns I ever crocheted. I love this beanie because it goes with just about any outfit and can be crocheted in just about any color! It is my go-to beanie for any occasion. It is created using the same band as my Primrose Beanie. It uses the double crochet and single crochet stitches to create the body of the beanie!
Alabaster Slouch – This beanie is crocheted using a worsted weight yarn. It is created by crocheting the band first and then slip stitching to create a circle. The body of the beanie is crocheted in a continuous round so there is no need to join. I love the color of this beanie. It reminds me of both beige and grey. Some call this color “greige.” If you are wondering what color it is, click the link to find out 🙂
Wonderland Beanie – This is one of my favorite beanies! It is very easy to crochet. The pattern is repetitive but makes for a very fast and straightforward design. I love the way the slip stitch and half double crochet work together to create such a beautiful texture. It is the same stitch sequence I use in my Cozy Cocoon Cardigan and Fluffy Clouds Infinity Scarf.
I really hope you have enjoyed these beanie patterns! Feel free to take a look around and check out some of my other patterns!