Your Next Favorite Beanie – Free Crochet Patterns
Do you need a pattern for Your Next Favorite Crochet Beanie? If you’re looking for accessories to elevate your winter looks, beanies are surely for you. They are quick and fun projects that use beautiful stitches which are definitely worth learning. But don’t worry if you’re a beginner because each crochet beanie pattern here is not difficult to master. Trendy beanies will not only keep your head warm but also will be a fantastic way of accessorizing. Pair them with a tailored coat or a puffer jacket for a stylish look. From the office to a skiing trip – you will surely find these beanies fashionable for all occasions. Try them! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Crochet Earwarmers and Bobbly Beanie Hats.
Faya Free Crochet Pattern
Prepare yourself for cold weather with Faya Beanie! It has a cute pom-pom, it’s made with lovely stitch and button detail. It’s warm and soft. It’s easy to make once you grasp the technique, and it’s easily customizable – make one for yourself, and for the kid! Choose your colors and start today!
Level: upper beginner Author: Harlee Wentworth
The original pattern and the photos are on noowul.com. More info on ravelry.com.
The Primrose Slouchy Beanie Free Crochet Pattern
This crochet beanie is designed by Mary P with the use of the primrose stitch. Looks so delightful, doesn’t it? You will surely find the stitch very decorative. We do! This slouchy beanie looks fabulous in blue with a white band and a fluffy pom-pom.
Level: upper beginner Author: Mary P
The original pattern and the photos are on croydencrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.
Wrapped Arrow Beanie Free Crochet Pattern
The season for beanies is super close! We know it, you know it, Raffaella Tassoni knows it too! Just think about all the awesome stitches you will learn crocheting new beanies for the coming season. You will surely want to start with this one!
Level: upper beginner Author: Raffaella Tassoni
The original pattern and the photos are on raffamusadesigns.com. More info on ravelry.com.