Woodland Beanie - Free Crochet Pattern

This beanie as been SO MUCH fun to design, because it's just that EASY. Seriously you guy's, you know I'm a sucker for easy and quick patterns that make everyone think you took a whole lot time and effort...and this beanie is just that! This hat can easily be finished in under 1.5 hours. 

I was able to provide you guys with a total of 9 sizes. Yes, NINE. That means you can make one for your baby, your husband, your neighbor, that guy at the coffee shop, ANYONE.

IMG_5769 copy.jpg

What's so great about this pattern is it's very adjustable. Meaning you can lengthen the height of the beanie by increasing your foundation chain and adjust the circumference by adding or taking away rows. It's as simple as that and I know you will enjoy how fun and easy this hat is.

Watch the Youtube Tutorial for this video -

Sizes:

Newborn

3-6M

6-12M

12-18M

Child

Small Adult

Adult Women

Adult Man

 

Gauge:

 

Using a 5.00mm Crochet Hook

16 Half Double Crochet BLO Stitches = 4”

10 Half Double Crochet BLO Rows = 4”

 

Materials:

 

 

Scissors

Measuring Tape

Yarn Needle

Stitches:

 

  • Ch – Chain

  • SL ST - Slip Stitch

  • HDC - Half Double Crochet

  • HDC BLO - Half Double Crochet in the Back Loop Only

 

Pattern:

The AD FREE printable PDF for this pattern can be found HERE. 

Note - Instructions for Newborn through Child sizing shown as such - (Newborn, 3-6M, 6-12M, 12-18M, Child, Small Adult)

 

Chain (27, 34, 35, 36, 39, 41)

R1 - Turn, HDC into 2nd Ch from hook and across (26, 33, 34, 35, 38, 40)

R2 - Ch1, Turn, HDC BLO across (26, 33, 34, 35, 38, 40)

Repeat Row 2 for a total of (30, 35, 37, 40, 47, 47) rows.

 

Continue to seaming.

 

Note - Instructions for adult sizing shown as such - (Adult Women, Adult Man)

 

Chain 41 (45)

R1 - Turn, HDC into 2nd Ch from hook and across (40 ,44)

R2 - Ch1, Turn, HDC BLO across (40, 44)

Repeat Row 2 for a total of (54, 58) rows.

 

Continue to seaming.

 

Step 1 - Lay work horizontal. Fold in half (last row to foundation row).

 

IMG_5709.JPG.jpg
IMG_5712.JPG.jpg

Step 2 - Seam using your preferred method (I use the slip stitch) the last row to the foundation row.

Step 3 - Cut a 7” tail, weave the tail in and out throughout the to tube opening. (I used a white yarn so the method is better shown)

 

IMG_5714.JPG.jpg

Step 4 - Once you have gone around the tube, pull tail tight to cinch the top. Weave end in and out throughout the cinched hold.

 

IMG_5715.JPG.jpg

Fasten off.

Make sure all your ends are woven in and you are done!

I LOVE seeing your work in progress photos and finished projects, if you're active on the web tag me on Instagram or Facebook!

woodpin copy.jpg