Fiona Free Crochet Beanie Pattern

Find the FREE older child size crochet hat pattern below

The Fiona crochet beanie pattern is perfect for beginners and uses only basic crochet stitches. You’ll only need to know a few beginner-friendly stitches and you’ll be good to go!

I hope you love this simple design because it was works up fast which means you can move on to the next project on your list!

Want to make one asap?

Scroll on down to get the free crochet beanie pattern for an older child. 

Happy Crocheting!

The Fiona Crochet Beanie - Free Pattern :: Easy Crochet

The Yarn That’s Perfect for This Crochet Beanie

To make the Fiona I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick in Gray Marble (80% wool, 20% acrylic) which is one of my favorites! If you haven’t had the chance to work with this yarn, it is a super bulky and soft yarn that has a beautiful natural-looking tone to it.

You’ll love it! You can find it in a variety of colors so it definitely is a must-try! Check the WET&Q yarn out below.

Substitute Yarn: If you’d like to use a yarn that doesn’t contain wool I recommend using Hometown Yarn which is also from Lion Brand. It is 100% acrylic, a super bulky #6 weight and works up similar to WET&Q.

Great Beanie for Beginner Crocheters!

This hat is great for beginners who would like to try something a little harder but still pretty easy! I would recommend this hat to any level crocheter for sure because of the easy crochet stitches used.

Keep in mind the gauge when you are crocheting this hat. You’ll find that information in the pattern section below. If you crochet too tight your hat will be small and if you crochet loosely, then the hat will be bigger than wanted.

My best advice is to stick as closely to the gauge as recommended which sometimes means you’ll need to change the crochet hook size to get the gauge that is needed. Experiment with it and see what works best for you.

If you are ready to make the Fiona then keep on reading for the free pattern!

Happy Crocheting Friends!

Fiona Crochet Beanie Hat Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials

Abbreviations

  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • tc = triple crochet
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • ch = chain
  • bl = back loop

Notes

  • Written in standard US terms.
  • Gauge is .75 inches for every st of the pattern. 

Finished Size

  • Approximately 7 ½ inch in length and 22 inch circumference which will fit an older child.

The Free Beanie Crochet Pattern Steps

Begin: ch 2

Round 1: 10 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st last st to first st (10)

Round 2: ch 2, * dc, tc in first st, repeat from * for a total of 10 times, sl st into first st of the round. (20)

Round 3: ch 2, * dc in next st, tc, dc in next st. repeat from * around, sl st into the first st of the round. (30)

Round 4: ch 2, * dc in next st, tc in next st, repeat from * around, sl st into the first st of the round. (30)

Round 5: repeat 4

Round 6: repeat 4

Round 7: ch 1, * sc in next st, sc in bl of next st, repeat from * around, sl st into first st of the round. (30)

Round 8: ch 1, * sc in bl of next st, sc in next st, repeat from * around, sl st into the first st of the round. (30)

Finishing: Finish off my weaving in loose ends with your yarn needle.

You are done!!

Older Child Crochet Hat Pattern

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10 Comments

  1. Pamela Catanzarite says:

    I love this pattern. I used wool ease quick & thick in Secoya (brown). I found this at Ollie’s for $3 . I am making a scarf using these stitches. Really nice. Thank you!

  2. Sheryl Lewis says:

    Does the ch count as a double crochet when counting totals in the row?

  3. Dain Schlegel says:

    Hi!

    I’ve made my first last night exactly as called for and came out very small. So I pulled out last two rows, did two more rows of round 4 and then finished off again. Bottom was still WAY too tight. So I pulled those rows again and then re-did them with a bigger hook (11.5mm) and it’s still tight. This doesn’t say it’s for a child but that’s the only person it would fit. Even with me adding the two extra rows. How can I adequately make this tut for an adult?!? Please help! Thanks 🙂

  4. Maresa Davis says:

    Could this be for a girl or boy?

  5. Thanks for sharing your patterns. I am searching for a hat pattern to wear for my winter walking. If I wanted to make this hat for an adult sized head, would I just crochet more rows?
    Thanks again for sharing:)

    1. Hi Gail,
      You are welcome!! If you wanted to make the hat for an adult you have to make a the top a little wider (add one or more increasing rows). Hope this helps! 🙂

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