I am so excited to share this pattern with you! The Cobblestone Beanie uses the new Caron Pantone yarn. I have been seeing this yarn all over Instagram and Facebook lately, and decided to give it a try. If you don’t know anything about this yarn, it is a mix of nylon, acrylic and Merino wool. This yarn is so incredibly soft, I can’t stop touching it. It feels very luxurious. This yarn comes in braids that are made up of five different colors. It also comes in solid colors as well.
If you visit the Yarnspirations website, you will find all the different color combinations for this yarn. You can also use their Color Play tool which allows you to choose a specific color palette. The tool then gives you suggestions for how to combine the colors together. I found this tool so much fun to use!
At the moment, it seems you can only purchase this yarn on the Yarnspirations website or at Michaels. I bought my yarn in-store at Michaels and used two 50% coupons, one for each braid. I spent a while choosing which colors to go with and eventually settled on the all cream color called Coconut Cream and a mix of neutrals called Provincial Lilac.
I really do like this yarn. I absolutely love playing with color and this yarn lets you do just that. Enjoy the Cobblestone Beanie pattern I came up with!
- Knowledge of how to change colors and carry yarn are needed to crochet this pattern. There are numerous video tutorials on YouTube showing this technique. I like this tutorial HERE.
- Start the first stitch of every round in the same stitch as your join unless otherwise instructed.
- Always join rounds with a slip stitch.
- Because this pattern uses five different colors, the pattern will refer to these colors as color A,B,C,D and E.
- To give the band a cleaner edge, work your slip slip under both loops in the first and last stitch of the row.
2 braids of Caron Pantone yarn. You will not need the full 2 braids. You can use the leftover yarn for a pom-pom though!
6.5mm Crochet Hook
Pom-pom (optional). The fur pom in the photos is from Kitchen Klutter. It’s called Butterscotch.
Single Crochet (sc)
Slip Stitch (ss)
Back Loop Only (blo)
Picot Single Crochet (psc) – Insert the hook in the next st, yarn over and pull up a loop. [Yarn over and pull through 1 loop] 3 times (as for a ch 3). Yarn over and pull through both loops on the hook.
COBBLESTONE BEANIE PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS
Color A – White
B – Grey
C – Light Brown
D – Chocolate
E – Light Blue
Work first row in back bump of foundation chain.
Row 1 – ss in the 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. (9)
Row 2 – Ch.1 turn, ss blo in the first st and each st across. (9)
Repeat row 2 until your band measures approximately 18.5″ long. The band will be very stretchy.
Slip stitch short sides together to form a circle. If you would like to see how I always ss this type of band together, click HERE Start video at the 3:25 mark.
Next, ch.1 and make 57 sc along edge of band. Slip stitch to the first sc you made in the round.
BODY OF BEANIE
Round 1 – (Color B) Ch.1, sc in every st around. (57)
Round 2 – (Color B) Ch.1 sc in the first two stitches, (Color A) psc in the next. *(Color B) sc in the next two stitches, (Color A) psc in the next* Repeat *till the end of round. (57)
Rounds 3 thru 6 – Repeat Rounds 1 & 2 respectively
Round 7 – Repeat Round 1
Round 8 – (Color C) Ch.1, sc in every st around (57)
Round 9 – (Color C) Ch.1 sc in the first two stitches, (Color D) psc in the next. *(Color C) sc in the next two stitches, (Color D) psc in the next* Repeat *till the end of round. (57)
Rounds 10 thru 13 – Repeat Rounds 8 & 9 respectively
Round 14 – Repeat Round 8
Round 15 – (Color A) Ch.1, sc in every st around. (57)
Round 16 – (Color A) Ch.1 sc in the first two stitches, (Color E) psc in the next. *(Color A) sc in the next two stitches, (Color E) psc in the next* Repeat *till the end of round. (57)
Round 17 thru 20 – Repeat Rounds 15 & 16 respectively
Round 21 – Repeat Round 15
If you would like to add a little more slouch to you beanie, repeat Round 15 until you reach your desired length.
Bind off leaving a long enough tail to sew top of beanie closed.
Thread a needle with your tail and weave the needle in and out of each sc post. Pull to cinch beanie closed. Sew in tail. Weave in any loose ends.
Thank you so much for following along with this Cobblestone Beanie pattern. Please be sure to share your Cobblestone Beanies with me on Instagram or Facebook. I would love to see what color combinations you choose with the new Caron Pantone yarn!
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