It’s August, and that means Autumn is just around the corner! To prepare for the Fall season, I’ve put together a pattern for a very cute slouchy beanie that works up fast and will be a hit at the craft fair! The beanie is worked from the bottom up and comes together with a drawstring at the top. Whip up one for everyone – they’re easy to customize. If you want a smaller or larger size, just make fewer/more rows to the brim portion!
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Abbreviations (US terms):
CH – chain
SC – single crochet
DC – double crochet
BLO – back loop only
SS – slip stitch
13 stitches x 7 rows of DC = 4in x 4in
I crochet loosely and have a big head! If you want a smaller hat, add fewer rows to the brim and the body.
CH3 does not count as a stitch.
Start with G Hook.
Row 1: SC into second chain from hook, SC across, CH1, turn.
Rows 2-58: SC in BLO across, CH1, turn.
Row 59: SC in BLO across. Fasten off.
Whipstitch or SS the two sides of the brim together.
Switch to K hook.
Row 1: SC around. SS last stitch to join to first stitch, CH3. (59)
Row 2: DC around. SS last stitch to join to first stitch, CH3. (59)
Repeat Row 2 until hat is desired length, or until Row 15.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
Weave long tail in and out of the DCs of the final row all the way around.
Pull the end of the yarn to cinch the top shut.
Sew the top closed by sewing through the top stitches in a back and forth pattern.
Cut yarn, weave in ends.
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