Free crochet patterns for beanies, anyone? Yes, please! If you want to make a real fashion statement this winter, you should go for one of these fabulous Totally Textured Beanies. Our sources reveal that fancy, dimensional stitches are going to be so hot this season. All you have to do is decide on the colors. Are you more of a subtle pastel girl or a multicolor trend follower? The hats we have found for you will look great either way. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Happy New Year Hat Free Crochet Pattern
The power of this beanie certainly lies in bright colors boldly contrasting with the black base. This fabulous cocktail of pretty shades will keep giving you so much energy day after day. You can recreate this charming version or change the style of the hat completely by choosing a different color palette.
Level: upper beginner Author: Claire Burkum
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
Malia Beanie Free Crochet Pattern
Beanies with variations on popcorn stitch or bead stitch and furry pom-poms are certainly very popular this season. And I know why! Malia Beanie is yet another lovely design that evokes warmth and coziness. Vertical stripes look so pretty and the surface is nice and structural. The rustic look is achieved by choosing a natural color of yarn and keeping it simple. Great project for beginners, without a doubt!
Level: upper beginner Author: Rebecca Langford
Sweet Shop Hat Free Crochet Pattern
Colorful stripes are always a great choice! Especially in a crochet pattern for a pom-pom beanie designed by Jennifer Dickerson from Fiber Flux. If you want to add some fresh charm to your outfits, this is a perfect accessory for you.
Level: upper beginner Author: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
Winter Trellis Hat Free Crochet Pattern
Let us present this beautiful winter hat by Yarnspirations Design Studio! Crocheted in the round, it will be an exciting challenge for crocheters with some experience who are determined to learn and try new things.
Level: intermediate Author: Yarnspirations
The original pattern and the photos are on Yarnspirations.