Free Autumn Crochet Beanie Pattern

Autumn is in the air, the leaves are falling, and the weather is getting a little chilly. It is the perfect time to make this crochet beanie pattern!

I can’t wait to see your finished hats! Read on down to find the free hat pattern for Fall.

Crochet Hat Pattern for Autumn and Fall

The Yarn That Works Great for This Beanie!

This crochet beanie was designed with Lion Brand Yarn Heartland, which is one of the softest yarns available! It is a four weight yarn (aka worsted weight) and 100% acrylic.

I decided to use the Joshua Tree color, which is a beautiful yarn in a tweedy shade of green. It is the perfect yarn color Fall!

The yarn is incredibly soft and comes in a variety of colors that are all inspired by nature. If you haven’t had the chance to work with this line of yarn yet, then I highly recommend it!

Crochet Autumn Hat Pattern

Ready to Get Started?

While this hat pattern is written for an intermediate crocheter, I think any level crocheter could give it a try if they are feeling a bit adventurous! So go ahead and try it!

Make sure to scroll on down to find the free crochet pattern for a Fall hat!

Happy Crocheting!

Are you looking to make more crochet hats this Fall? Explore the Easy Crochet hat archive for inspiration.

Autumn Crochet Beanie Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials

  • Crochet hook size I 5.5 mm
  • Less than one skein of Lion Brand Heartland Yarn in Joshua tree or less than 251 yards of any medium weight four yarn
  • Yarn needle (aka tapestry needle)
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape

Crochet Abbreviations

Notes

  • Gauge = 10 sts for every 4″
  • One size fits most‐ teen to adult woman = 8″ height x 22″ circumference
  • Written in standard US terms

The Beanie Pattern Steps

Round 1: ch 2, 10 hdc’s in 2nd ch from hook, sl st to top of first hdc.  (10)

Round 2: ch 1, starting in 2nd ch from hook * hdc 2x bl, in next ch hdc 2x fl, repeat from * around, sl st to top of first hdc (20)

Round 3: ch 1, starting in 1st st from * hdc 2x bl, in next st hdc 2x fl, repeat from * around, sl st to top of first hdc (40)

Round 4: ch 1, starting in 1st st hdc bl, in next st hdc 2 x in the fl, repeat from *round, sl st to top of first hdc. (60)

Round 5: ch 1, starting in 1st st* hdc bl, in next st hdc fl, repeat from * around, sl st to top of first hdc. (60)

Round 6: ch 1, starting in 1st st* hdc fl, in next st hdc bl, repeat from * around, sl st to top of first hdc. (60)

Round 7: repeat round 5 (60)

Round 8: repeat round 6 (60)

Round 9: repeat round 5 (60)

Round 10: repeat round 6 (60)

Round 11: repeat round 5 (60)

Round 12: repeat round 6 (60)

Round 13: repeat round 5 (60)

Round 14: ch 1, starting in 1st st sc, sc in every st around, sl st to top of first sc. (60)

Round 15‐ 18: repeat round 14 (60)

Round 19: ch 1, in 1st st sl st, sl st in every st around, sl st to top of first sl st. (60)

Finishing

To Finish: Fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends with a yarn needle throughout the beanie.


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I hope you enjoyed the autumn crochet beanie pattern! For any clarifications, feel free to ask!

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18 Comments

  1. Christopher Melton says:

    Have you ever done this with Scarfie yarn? I think I made this hat 3 years ago, but can’t find the pattern or name. I recall clearly that the blog post stated it also worked up really well with Scarfie yarn. Thank you.

  2. Super cute. I am not coming close to you gauge or expected circumference. I don’t have a 5.25mm hook so I used a 5.5 but my gauge is still too tight. Should I just repeat round four until it’s big large enough for my size head?

    1. Hi! I would try again with a bigger hook until the gauge is correct for the hat. 🙂

      Krista

  3. Raindancer says:

    Thank you for this pattern! I really like how this looks on your photo. I will be making it soon!

  4. Krista,

    This hat is great, I absolutely love it! It’s convinced me to start crocheting again. 🙂

    One question, are you using the regular Heartland yarn, or the Heartland Thick and Quick? With the regular Heartland (in the Glacier Bay color, medium (4) weight) no matter how much I loosened up my tension, I couldn’t come anywhere near 10 stitches to 4 inches. I ended up with almost twice that many to get to 4 inches. I’ve gone up to a size M hook in order to get 10 stitches (worked in the pattern) to 4 inches. It just seems rather loose so that’s why I was wondering about the yarn thickness.

    Thanks for this great pattern!

    Mireille

    1. Thanks Mireille!

      It is designed with the heartland worsted weight yarn. Do you have a picture you could show me?

  5. Can this hat be started with a magic loop and then continue with the 10 hdc?

  6. Deborah Gibson says:

    I’m just not getting the same stitch pattern by repeating the 2hdc
    Each round.
    I started w majic loop& ch2.
    Shouldn’t I get the same pattern results as you did putting the 10 hdc in the ch2?
    Thanks Krista,
    Deborah G Autumn Beanie pattern.

  7. Penny Ruthruff says:

    Ok so I love this fl, bl stitch texture. Just did a gauge swatch with I hook, and I can’t come close to your gauge of 10 st to 4 inches. I feel I am crocheting loose as it is and I am getting 16 st to 4 in counting each stitch.

    1. Hi Penny,
      Is your gauge swatch too big? If so you can try going down a hook size to see if that helps. Goodluck!

  8. Hi Krista!

    Round 2: When you say ch1 and then starting in the 2nd ch from the hook… Which stitch is the 2nd ch from the hook?

    Once I get my buttons I will post a picture of my two Andy scarfs.. One in Vanna’s choice and one in heartland.. I like the feel of the scarf in Heartland against my face but I like the look and the bulk and the stitch definition that I got with Vanna’s choice.. I just wish Vanna’s choice was a little less scratchy because it is so easy to work with..

    Have a great day

    Colleen

    1. HI Colleen!
      If you count back 2 ch’s from your hook that will be the one you will start in 🙂 Hope this helps.
      Krista

  9. Thank you it’s lovely on that color .

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