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My newest free crochet pattern which is called Hubby’s Home Beanie has a special little story that goes with it. Let me tell it to you before you get to the pattern.
Recently my husband had to travel a lot. During his last travel, I went to Michael’s and got this beautiful yarn that I had never seen before. It is called Izaac Mizrahi Craft by Premier Yarns. I knew right away I had to create beanie that I would eventually call Hubby’s Home Beanie as my husband is finally home and won’t have to travel for awhile.
The yarn is so perfect for a man’s beanie. Even my husband was impressed and loved it right away and he usually does not like beanies and considering this yarn has a bit of a metallic touch to it, I was even more surprised.
Furthermore, the yarn color is called Algonquin which I personally do not know how to pronounce, but it is just beautiful and soft and bulky. It has has 80% acrylic, 8% metallic and 2 % polyamide.
I used a 6.0mm hook for this yarn and this pattern. In fact, the Hubby’s Home Beanie is so easy to make, you won’t believe how fast it made. The color changes is really what makes this pattern so unbelievably gorgeous and special. I do not think I ever worked with yarn that had color changes this stunning.
The pattern Hubby’s Home Beanie itself can be very easily adjusted to any head size, even though I wrote it for a teen/adult head size. I made a special tutorial where I teach you how to adjust any hat or beanie pattern to the size you need it to be in. Please check my tutorial HERE for more information on it.
Well, besides that my hubby is finally home, the beanie also got the name Hubby’s Home Beanie from the recent photoshoot I did with him.
Now getting my husband to be on a picture that is published online and will forever be online is a hard thing for him. He really does not like to be present online as he prefers his privacy. But this time he made an exception in order to make up for the times he has been traveling. And I love him for that so much! 🙂
Before I babble on even more, let me now tell you what you will need for this free crochet pattern and how to make it.
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So let me now get started and tell you what you will need in order to crochet this amazing pattern.
How to crochet the Hubby’s Home Beanie
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 Algonquin (you will need only 1 skein, but you will not finish it)
- 6.0mm hook
- tapestry needle
- optional: faux fur pom-pom
4 dc x 2 rounds = 1 square inches
Stitches used (US terms):
Click HERE to learn these basic stitches
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- FPDC = front post double crochet
- dc = double crochet
9.5 inches in diameter and 8 inches in height
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.
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 – 9: Ch 2, 1 dc in each stitch to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Round 10: Ch 2, *1 FPDC, 1 dc, repeat from * to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Round 11: Ch 2, *1 dc, 1 FPDC, repeat from * to the end, sl st to the first st (48 sts)
Round 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.
I hope you like this beanie as much as I do. Please share a link to this free crochet pattern on social media. Thanks!