The Blossom Crochet Beanie is a quick and easy project that makes for a beautifully textured accessory. This beanie is a great beginner project that incorporates basic crochet stitches that are used in a cluster stitch. This gives the beanie a pretty “blossom” look.
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The Blossom Beanie is crocheted flat in a rectangle. The band is crocheted first, then the body of the beanie is created by working along the long side of the band. There are a few decrease rows at the top but nothing a beginner crocheter can’t handle. The beanie is then folded in half and sewn up the side.
The yarn I used for this pattern is called 44th Street by Yarn Bee. This is a soft and lightweight yarn that consists of acrylic and polyamide. Although the label says it’s a category #3 light yarn, I would consider it more of a #2 sport weight. It comes is 10 colors ranging from pretty pastels to nice jewel tones.
Because this yarn is lighter than I anticipated, I decided to use two strands held together for this pattern. Even with the double strands, this beanie is very lightweight. I really like the look and feel of this beanie. It has beautiful texture and a nice slouch look.
If you are new to crochet and are looking for an easy yet beautiful beanie pattern, this is it! It’s super fast to make and incorporates a number of beginner stitches. I really hope you like the pattern!
Blossom Crochet Beanie Pattern
- If you would like to have more slouch to your beanie, simply crochet more rows before the decrease rows.
- Band is crocheted first followed by the body of the beanie that is crocheted along the long edge of the band.
- If you need to make the beanie smaller/bigger, crochet less/more rows for the band and make sure your first row of sc along the edge of band is in a multiple of 3.
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Back Loop Only (blo)
Yarn Bee 44th Street Yarn. You will need approximately 2oz. of yarn.
BLOSSOM BEANIE INSTRUCTIONS
I like to work in the back bump of the chain, but this is completely optional.
Row 1 – Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. (6)
Row 2 – Ch.1 turn, sc blo in each st across. (6)
Rows 3 thru 76 – Repeat Row 2
Band should measure approx. 20in without stretching.
Next, ch.1 and make 70 sc along long edge of the band.
Body of Beanie:
Row 1 – Ch.1 turn, (sc, 2dc) in the first st, sk next two stitches. *(sc, 2dc) in the next st, sk next two stitches.* Repeat * until there is one stitch left. Make a sc in the last st. (70)
Rows 2 thru 16 – Repeat Row 1
Row 17 – Ch.1 turn, hdc dec in the first st. *sc in the next two stitches, hdc dec in next.* Repeat *across the row. (52)
Row 18 – Ch.1 turn, hdc dec in the first st, sc in the next two stitches. *hdc dec in the next st, sc in the next two stitches.* Repeat *across the row. (39)
Bind off leaving a long enough tail to sew short sides of beanie together.
Next, thread the tail with your needle and sew the two short sides together with whatever method you prefer.
Weave in any ends.
Next, cut a piece of yarn approx. 12in long and tie one end to top of beanie. Thread the long end with your needle and begin to weave your needle in and out of each post around the top of the beanie until you come back to the beginning. Pull yarn to tighten and cinch top of beanie.
Tie off and weave in any loose ends!
That’s it! I hope you like this Crochet Blossom Beanie pattern. Make sure to share your creations with me by tagging me on Instagram! I would love to see them 🙂
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