Williams Crochet Beanie Pattern
Do you love making crochet beanies for winter? Want to crochet one as soon as possible? Then the Williams Crochet Beanie is for you!
Read on down to find the full crochet tutorial and learn how to crochet a hat today!
The Yarn That You’ll Want for This Winter Hat
A few months ago, I was thrilled when I received some of this gorgeous Touch of Alpaca yarn (color Jade) from Lion Brand Yarn. I knew as soon as I saw it I couldn’t wait to design a beanie with it!
This yarn is extremely soft, warm feeling, and I am pretty certain this would work up beautifully in any stitch. I am pretty confident that you will love it and want to grab some in every colorway!
Uses Basic Crochet Stitches
I decided to go with a crochet women’s hat design because when it’s 20 degrees outside, you want your noggin to stay warm and stylish. Yep, this hat is for me!
The Williams Crochet Beanie uses basic crochet stitches; the triple crochet and single crochet, which makes it a great and simple crochet hat for crochet beginners! The band of the hat uses half double crochets, which is also an easy crochet stitch to learn.
I know when I started crocheting a few years ago I was so anxious when I saw a stitch apart from a single crochet, but I can promise that this beanie is that can be done.
Start With The Band of The Hat
Once you have gathered all the supplies you need for your beanie, you can start with your band! I used a simple half double crochet band, so it works up quickly, which is always great
Ready to Get Started?
The weather here in PA is already dipping into the low 30s, which means it’s beanie weather here already! You have to love western PA. Bring on the snow and the crocheted winter hat!
Ready to stay warm? Keep on scrolling down to read the free Williams Crochet Beanie pattern below and learn how to crochet a beanie today! Happy Crocheting Friends!
Williams Beanie Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- Less than 1 skein of Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca in Jade or any medium weight four yarn
- Crochet Hook J 6.00 mm
- Yarn needle
- ch = chain
- sc = single crochet
- tr = triple crochet
- sl st = slip stitch
- bl = back loop
- hdc = half double crochet
- 6 st for every 2″ in the main beanie
- Each row of the band is approx 1.75″ & .5″ high
- Learn why gauge is important in crochet. What is Gauge in Crochet?
- 8.5″ height & 20″ circumference
- One size fits most teen to adult women
- Written in Standard US Crochet Terms
- Sl st’s do NOT count as ch’s or st’s in this pattern.
The Pattern Steps
ROW 1: Ch 7, starting in the second ch hdc, hdc in the remaining 5 ch’s, turn. (6)
ROW 2: Ch 1, starting in the first st sc in the bl, sc in the bl in the remaining st’s across, turn. (6)
ROW 3: Ch 1, starting in the first st hdc in the bl, hdc in the bl in the remaining st’s across, turn. (6)
ROW 4 – 36: Repeat Rows 2 & 3 ending with a repeat of 2.
Finishing the Band: sl st the two ends of the band together through the bl for a total of 6 st’s in the bl.
ROUND 1: Turn band inside out and ch 1, We will now work 42 hdc’s across the top of the band and join with a slip stitch to the first hdc of the round. (42)
ROUND 2: Ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st to the top of the first sc. (42)
ROUND 3: Ch 1, sc, tr, sc, tr, repeat around ending with a tr, sl st to the top of the first sc. (42)
ROUND 4: Ch 1, sc in every st around. (42)
ROUND 5: Repeat 3 (42)
ROUND 6: Repeat 4 (42)
ROUND 7: Repeat 3 (42)
ROUND 8: Repeat 4 (42)
ROUND 9: Repeat 3 (42)
ROUND 10: Repeat 4 (42)
ROUND 11: Repeat 3 (42)
ROUND 12: Repeat 4 (42)
ROUND 13: Repeat 3 (42)
ROUND 14: Repeat 4 (42)
ROUND 15: Repeat 3 (42)
ROUND 16: Repeat 4 (42) Fasten off leaving a 12″ yarn tail
Closing of the Beanie
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Now that you know how to make a Williams Crochet Beanie, go ahead and make one for everyone you know! You can save it on Pinterest below with our images, so you can make it later.
I hope you enjoyed this pattern, and if you need any clarification, please feel free to email me at Krista@easycrochet.com.
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PS: If you like this beanie you may also like our messy bun hat crochet pattern shown above!