Monday, 2 November 2020

Free Crochet Pattern - Men and Boy's Beanie Hat, Unisex beanie

3. Work with one strand of worsted weight yarn for the remainder of the pattern.

3 to 6 Months: Chain 40

 



#2659 - MEN AND BOY'S UNISEX BEANIE HAT

 

Copyright © 2020, M. E. Harrington

This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. Permission is granted to sell your finished garments.

 

If you have questions about this pattern, you may email me at:

meh@eastlink.ca www.Hectanooga.etsy.com www.HatAndScarfPatterns.etsy.com

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MATERIALS:

Worsted weight yarn,  (approx. 70 - 150 yards)

Crochet hook, size 6.5mm (US K 10.5) Yarn needle

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

 Pattern available for purchase on Ravelry:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/2659---men--boys-beanie  for $1.99


This hat works from the bottom up:

1. BOTTOM BAND:

Working with 2 strands of worsted weight yarn for 2 rows only:

 

Newborn to 3 Months: Chain 36

6 to 12 Months: 42

1 to 3 Years: 44

3 to 5 Years: 48

5 to 8 Years: 50

8 to 12 Years: 54

Adult: Chain 56

 

Slip stitch to join being careful not to twist the chain.

 

2. Chain 1, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join, fasten off

 

 3. *Chain 1 and turn, single crochet in each stitch around, slip stitch to join.

Repeat from *, changing colors as desired for:

Newborn to 3 Months: 

10 more rows

 3 to 6 Months: 

12 more rows

6 to 12 Months: 13 more rows

1 to 3 Years: 14 more rows

3 to 5 Years: 15 more rows


5 to 8 Years: 17 more rows

8 to 12 Years: 

19 more rows

Adult: 22 more rows

 

4. Begin working in a spiral, (no slip stitch to join, keep working around), skipping every 3rd stitch until the top of the hat is closed up. Fasten off. Weave all yarn ends into the finished work.

 

 

 

HOW TO MAKE A POM POM:

1. Wind yarn around your fingers.

The more you wind the yarn, the fatter the pom-pom. (For a smaller pom pom, wind around 2 or 3 fingers. For a larger pompom, wind around a 4 or 5 inch piece of cardboard.)

2. Slide the bundle off, and tie tightly in the center with a length of yarn.

3. Cut open the loops on the ends.

4. Fluff out, and trim the ends into a rounded shape.

How to video for pom pom: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N39CbHz6tqY&list=PL166DA68A2E700BDB&index=20&feature=pl pp_video

 

 

END OF PATTERN

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