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Winter Warmer Beanie Crochet Pattern

Winter Warmer Beanie Crochet Pattern

This Winter Warmer Beanie is the perfect all rounder beanie that suits everyone. Winter Warmer Beanie crochet pattern is suitable for more experienced crocheters and includes some more advanced methods of performing stitches.

The intermediate Winter Warmer Beanie crochet pattern includes invisible half double crochet stitches, invisible finish, a more advanced method of joining rounds and staggered rounds so that the crown is more circular without that hexagonal effect standard rounds have.You can find links to video tutorials to help you with those stitches, links are highlighted in red.

A simplified version of the Winter Warmer Beanie crochet pattern suitable for beginners is available.
An Australian/UK version will also be made available shortly.  Let me know in the comments if you are waiting for these patterns .

Throughout the Winter Warmer Beanie crochet pattern you will find helpful information highlighted in teal and italics. Helpful tip boxes can be found under the row they are most relevant to.

Winter Warmer Beanie

United States Crochet Terms

SS - slip stitch
Ch - chain stitch
SC - single crochet
HDC - half double crochet
FLHDC decrease - front loop half double crochet decrease, aka: InvHDC decrease - Invisible half double crochet decrease
BPSC - back post single crochet
BPHDC - back post half double crochet
FPHDC - front post half double crochet
Invisible Finish

Yarn - 10 ply / Aran weight
Hook - 5.5 mm hook

Need some hooks? Here's an affiliate link to a great Crochet Hook Set.

Want the grey and white cotton yarn I used? They have the yarn too!

Pattern Difficulty 

Intermediate

Too challenging? Go to the Winter Warmer Beanie crochet pattern for beginners.

Winter Warmer Beanie Crochet Pattern Cotton Grey and White Beanie

Make a Ring to start 

Ch 4, SS to join into a ring, or if you prefer you may use a magic ring.

Row 1

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - 12 SC into the ring, SS into first SC

TIP

Work over your tail so you can pull the ring tight later or alternatively sew the tail into the ring and then pull tight. 

Row 2

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - 2 HDC into each stitch  - 24 HDC stitches -  SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

TIP

Use a stitch marker to mark your slip stitches and do not work a stitch into them on the next round.
Work the first stitch of each row into the same stitch you SS into.
Slip stitching into the back loop will help to hide the join, if you find it too difficult you can slip stitch through both loops. 

Row 3

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 7 more times - 4 stitches in each repeat - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row - 32 HDC stitches

TIP

Count your stitches to be sure you have 32 half double crochet stitches.

Row 4

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 7 more times - 5 stitches in each repeat- 40 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

NB: Don't be concerned if your work no longer lays flat but has a bit of a wobble to it or curls up.

Row 5

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - HDC, HDC, HDC *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 8 more times - 5 stitches in each repeat -  2 HDC in last stitch of row, - 50 HDC  stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

NB:  Row 5 is almost the same as row 4 accept the stitches are worked in a different order at the start and finish.

Row 6

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 9 more times - 6 stitches in each repeat - 60 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Row 7

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - HDC, HDC, HDC, *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 8 more times - 7 stitches in each repeat - 2 HDC, HDC, HDC - 70 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Row 8


ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 9 more times - 8 stitches in each repeat 80 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Rows 9

final increase row

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *2 HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, HDC, repeat from * 9 more times - 9 stitches in each repeat 90 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Row 10 - 16

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - HDC, in each stitch until end of row - 90 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Row 17

decrease row

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *HDC into the next 7 stitches, work a FLHDC decrease in the next stitch 
- 8 stitches in each repeat  repeat from * 9 more times, 80 stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Row 18

decrease row

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - *HDC into the next 6 stitches, work a FLHDC decrease in the next stitch repeat from * 9 more times, 
70 HDC stitches - SS into the back loop of the first HDC of the row

Row 19

ch1 - does not count as a stitch - HDC, in each stitch until end of row - 70 HDC stitches - SS into both loops of the first HDC of the row, cut yarn and finish with an invisible finish

Row 20

Join colour B
HDC, in each stitch until end of row - 70 HDC stitches - SS into both loops of the first HDC of the row

NB:  It is important that there be an even number of stitches to work the ribbing so if you have deviated from the pattern adjust your stitch count accordingly. 

Ribbing
Row 21- 27

BPSC & ch 1 - counts as first stitch -  *FPHDC, BPHDC, repeat from * to end of round, SS into both loops of the first ch1 stitch

To finish fasten off with an invisible finish.

Winter Warmer Beanie Crochet Pattern beanie pile, yarn ball & head form.


Comments

  1. Oh yes, i've given this a look over and as a newbie its a little scary, i am excited to see the beginner's version when that comes out. I can the use this to test myself and skills later. Thank you.

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    1. The Winter Warmer Beanie Crochet Pattern for Beginners is up and ready :) I hope you enjoy it! https://www.purfylle.com/2019/06/winter-warmer-beanie-crochet-pattern-for-beginners.html

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