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Fall Mornings Beanie Crochet Pattern

Fall Mornings Beanie

When I created the Fall Mornings Cowl I had no intention of creating a matching beanie. But I fell in love with the stitch so much that I knew I had to work with it again. The cowl worked up so quickly. I knew I could create a chunky beanie that worked up in an hour or so! That’s how the Fall Mornings Beanie pattern came to be.

Whether you’re making the Fall Mornings Beanie for market prep, for yourself or as a gift, you’ll love how fast it works up. Grab your favorite chunky yarn, beverage of choice, get comfy, and let’s get started!

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Hook:

P/11.5 mm

Other:

  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker
  • Tape measure
  • Tapestry Needle

Yarn:

Super Bulky (6) 
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick (70-100 yds)

Other suggested yarns:

Abbreviations:

  • Blo- back loop only
  • Ch chain
  • Flo- front loop only
  • Rep– repeat
  • Rnd- round
  • Sc single crochet
  • Sc3tog- single crochet 3 together
  • St(s)– stitch(es)
  • Yo- yarn over

Gauge:

I measured the gauge in the round. 
4 Sc3tog clusters x 6 rows = 4” x 4”.
Measurements laid flat:
Width: 9” at the brim Length: 8.5” 

Sc3tog (cluster):
Pick up a loop in each of the next 3 designated sts, yo, 
draw yarn through all 4 loops on hook.

Click here for the Sc3tog Cluster video tutorial

Notes:

  • Blo- To crochet in the back loop of a stitch, insert your crochet hook underneath the back loop only and make the stitch as indicated in your pattern.
  • Flo- To crochet in the front loop of a stitch, insert your crochet hook underneath the front loop only and make the stitch as indicated in your pattern.
  • You’ll be working a spiral, in the round, no joining
  • Place a stitch marker at the beginning of each round to keep track if needed. It’s pretty easy to keep track of your rounds with this stitch if you choose not to use one.
  • You will not be making a ch 1 at the end of each row in the brim. It gives it a cleaner edge without the ch 1.
  • When making the ch 1 for each sc3tog, make sure you’re not making that ch st too tight. If you do, you will have a hard time getting the hook in that ch sp when you crochet around. 

Pattern:

Brim:
Start your ch by making a slip knot, be sure to leave a long tail for seaming the brim together. (approx 8”)

Rnd 1: Ch 6, sc in the blo in 2nd ch from hook, sc in blo in the next 4 chs, turn (5 sc) 

Rnds 2-38: Sc in blo of the next 5 sts, turn

Seaming the brim together: 
Remove your hook from the loop and set aside. Fold your brim so the ends meet. Using your tapestry needle and the long tail from the 1st row, insert yarn tail under Flo, and pull through. Now whip st the next 4 sts, making sure to only go through the Flo of row 38. Weave in end.

Body:
Insert your hook back into the loop. Your yarn will be to the right of the hook, pick it up, and cross it behind the hook to the left, begin your first round. You’ll be working into the tops of each row you made for the brim. 

Rnd 1: Pick up a loop in the top st of the 1st row of the brim, you now have 2 loops on your hook. Pick up a loop in the next 2 sts, you now have 4 loops on your hook, yo, and pull through all 4 loops on the hook. *Ch 1 (1st sc3tog made), Pick up a loop in the same sp as the last st, pick up a loop in the next 2 sts, yo, draw through all 4 loops on your hook, rep from * around. You’ll end the last cluster in rnd 1 in the 1st st of the 1st sc3tog cluster made in rnd 1. (19 sc3tog clusters, 38 sts)

Rnds 2-9: *Pick up a loop in the same sp as the last st, pick up a loop in the next 2 sts, yo, draw through all 4 loops on your hook, ch 1, rep from * around. 

Finishing:

Your beanie will measure approx. 8.5”. If you would like more length, rep the pattern for as many rows as you like. Leaving approx. an 18” tail, cut yarn. With your tapestry needle weave the yarn around the sts of the last row until you reach the end, pull the yarn tight, cinching the top together. Place the needle through the center and pull the hat inside out. Cinch tight, weaving the yarn back and forth to secure the top closed, fasten off. Add a large yarn pom or faux fur pom pom for a super cute look.

This is an original pattern from Jessica Paz Creates. Please do not sell, reprint, or repost any parts of this pattern. You are welcome to sell your finished items but please link back to my shop. If you’re sharing on social media please tag me, so I can see your finished items!
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Fall Mornings Beanie

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