Hi there, craft lovers! Are you on the hunt for free crochet patterns for beanies? The season for chunky beanies is here. They come in handy day after day in some parts of the world. No matter if you need one now or just want to get ready for next year, this selection of Pop of Color Beanies will surely be of interest to you. The hats are vibrating with bright colors and a cheerful spirit! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Colorful free crochet beanie patterns
Northern Lights Beanie
This beanie is a masterpiece, without a doubt! The stitching is wonderfully dense and the colorful rows create a truly hypnotizing effect. You can throw in a few buttons, add a big pom-pom, or leave it plain. It will make jaws drop anyway!
Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Foster – ThisCrochet.com
The Sunburst Beanie
Before you proceed with crocheting summer ponchos and beach bags, make the last beanie this winter. This one is so magical! This amazing stitch paired with contrasting yarn is a great combo, evidently. You can, of course, add fluffy pom-pom for additional fun! It works up fast and is easy to learn.
Level: upper beginner Author: Karen Lucas
Crochet Snow Speckled Hat
Too charming to be true, isn’t it? If you are looking for ideas for delightful gifts for your family members and friends, you should surely take this crochet pattern by Repeat Crafter Me under consideration! Just remember to keep a hat for yourself too!
Level: upper beginner Author: Repeat Crafter Me
Find this pattern on repeatcrafterme.com.
Wip Wednesday Cal Bristol Beanie
Wonderful stripes! If you are collecting ideas for pom-pom beanies for this autumn and winter, this one by Lee Sartori is definitely an awesome option. You can mix and match your favorite shades to create the beanie of your dreams.
Level: upper beginner Author: Lee Sartori
Tunisian crochet beanie patterns
Tunisian Swirl Hat
You won’t be able to tell from a distance if this hat is a knit or crochet. This fun swirly project uses the Tunisian crochet technique, which requires a little bit of patience to master. Once you get it, though, it gives a lot of opportunities for experimentation with the knit-like look. Tonya’s free crochet hat pattern is a good starting point.
Level: intermediate Author: Tonya Bush
photos by Tonya Bush / ravelry.com
Serene Stripes Beanie
There’s so much you can learn simply by following Toni’s crochet beanie pattern. It uses the Tunisian crochet technique, so there’s an opportunity to practice simple stitches and reverse Tunisian stitches. This beanie is worked flat and seamed, so it’s easy enough for beginners to try.
Level: upper beginner Author: Toni Lipsey
photos by Toni Lipsey / ravelry.com