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The Everyday Bean Beanie is a simple and fast free bean stitch crochet hat pattern. I used a variegated yarn that was bulky and made it a very masculine-looking beanie.
It was a Saturday afternoon, when I strolled through my local Michael’s store. I was looking for a yarn that would work as a male color.
And therefore would work for a beanie for my husband. But he is a very picky person when it comes to clothing. He only likes certain colors – earth colors.
So, when I found this new yarn – Izaac Mizrahi Craft by Premier Yarns, I knew I had to buy several skeins of them.
Thinking about the current sale at that time, I remember getting 3 for the price of 2.
Considering my husband would love that color combination I knew he would wear the beanie that I had in my mind as a new pattern.
So, as soon as I got home, I started crocheting my imaginary pattern. And, I am absolutely in love with my newest crochet pattern which I call the Everyday Bean Beanie.
Bean Stitch Crochet Hat Pattern Details
The Everyday Bean Beanie features the bean stitch which might seem difficult when looking at the pattern. However, it is actually very easy to crochet.
I really love the way how the yarn makes the bean stitch crochet hat look. It is so special as the color changes determine the look of it. You will not need special stitches to make this beanie stand out.
The yarn itself is bulky, but very light and makes the Everyday Bean Beanie feel very light to wear. On the other hand, it provides lots of warmth due to the bulky yarn.
I used the yarn recently in a different color before for a beanie I call Hubby’s Home Beanie which I absolutely love. You should check it out.
The Everyday Bean Beanie is another one of my Hubby’s favorite beanies that I created.
Which is why he allowed me to take more pictures of him wearing it. Even though he neither likes to take pictures nor be online widely visible.
If you have never made a beanie before, this for sure is an easy crochet hat pattern. It comes with a link to a complete tutorial on how to create the perfect beanies.
The Everyday Bean Beanie is for sure a beginner crochet hat pattern. It provides a small challenge when it comes to the bean stitch.
I really hope you like this bean stitch crochet hat pattern as well as the look of the Everyday Bean Beanie just as much as I do.
Bean Stitch Crochet Hat PDF Pattern
Before I babble on even more, let me now tell you what you will need for this free bean stitch crochet hat pattern and how to make it.
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So let me now get started! I will tell you what you will need in order to crochet this amazing bean stitch crochet hat pattern.
How To Make Bean Stitch Crochet Hat Pattern
Materials (click the names below to see which ones I used!):
- Izaac Mizrahi Craft by Premier Yarns which I found at Michael’s in the color Regis (you will need only 1 skein, but you will not finish it) *This is no longer available, the Serenity Chunky is a great substitute.
- 6.0mm hook
- tapestry needle
- optional: faux fur pom-pom
4 dc x 2 rounds = 1 square inches
Stitches used (US terms):
Find all my Basic Crochet Stitch Tutorials HERE
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- FPDC = front post double crochet
- dc = double crochet
- bean stitch = 1dc, [yarn over, go around the dc and yarn over] repeat 3 times (7 loops on your hook), yarn over and pull thru the 1st 6 loops, yarn over and pull thru the last 2 loops
9.5 inches in diameter and 8 inches in height
Bean Stitch Crochet Hat Pattern Instructions:
Note: If you need help adjusting the pattern to a size other than an adult/teen size, check out my tutorial HERE, on how to do that.
Find the Tutorial for the Bean Stitch HERE.
Round 1: Make a magic ring and add 12 dc’s inside, pull the yarn end and close the hole, sl st to the first st (12 sts)
Round 2: Ch 2, 2 dc’s into each st, sl st to the first st (24 sts)
Round 3: Ch 2, *1 dc, 2 dc’s into the next st, repeat from * to the end, sl st to the first st (36 sts)
Round 4: Ch 2, *1 dc, 1 dc, 2 dc’s into the next st, repeat from * to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Round 5 – 6: Ch 2, 1 dc in each stitch to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Round 7: Ch 2, *1 bean stitch, skip 1 st, repeat from * all around (48 sts)
Round 8 – 9: Ch 2, 1 dc in each stitch to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Round 10 – 12: Ch 2, *1 FPDC, 1 dc, repeat from * to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Fasten off and weave in the ends.
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