It’s that time of year again: time to find a beanie crochet pattern to love!! (Or ten!) I’m very excited to bring you this round-up of 24 AMAZING hat and beanie crochet patterns! I love love love hats! I’m usually wearing one (ball cap, but who cares? 😋), and I love to see others in them. Especially ones that they’ve made themselves!
For all of you out there who love hats and beanies, and even some who have never made one, here is an awesome round-up of some incredible beanie patterns of all shapes and sizes! (Prices too! I’ve got some free ones for ya!)
The Best Beanie Crochet Pattern x 24!
The Harvest Braid Beanie crochet pattern was designed by Bobbie Anne of Sheepish Stitches. This hat is gorgeous! The bobbles totally remind me of grain, and that brim is drool-worthy. I absolutely want to make this hat, and it looks like a best seller for bazaars! It’s sized toddler to adult. This is a paid pattern, $5.50, but that beautiful texture is so worth it! Thanks, Bobbie for letting me include your design!!
The Frosted Midnight Hat pattern was designed by Samantha Hovar of Samsqueak! The colors she used for this hat are beautiful! The brim is worked in briochet, which is something I need to try. It’s crochet brioche! It looks sooo cozy!! This is a paid pattern: $5. Go for it!!
Samantha designed this next one too! The Winding Rivers hat pattern! I love the super creative brim on it! Samantha is just the best with the cool brims, isn’t she!? She has written the pattern so the sizes are each written out on their own separate page, isn’t that just a great idea? I love it! This pattern is also $5.
Thanks so much, Samantha for letting me show off your designs!!
The Banded Bun Beanie crochet pattern was designed by Alison Schwarz of Ali Knits Co. Yay! A bun hat! Oh, excuse me, beanie! This is such a fun hat! Simple enough that a beginner could pull it off, but challenging enough for any crocheter to make! The waffle brim is so interesting!! She has three sizes for this hat: Tween, Women’s, and Men’s. It’s listed for $4.50! Plus, the pattern is worked in a bulky yarn, I might have to make this one this Christmas! (here’s the Etsy link if you prefer!) Thanks, Alison for letting me show off your design!
The A Better Tomorrow Beanie crochet pattern was designed by April Knights of Northern Maple Yarns. This beanie is made in a little different way than the others so far! It’s crocheted flat and then seamed together. This approach is interesting, and I do always seem to finish my projects faster when working flat. I love the texture! I need a blanket in this stitch! It’s $3.76 in April’s Etsy shop. Thanks, April for letting me show your design!
The Heather Beanie crochet pattern was designed by Emma Wilkinson of Emma Wilkinson Designs. This is a FREE pattern folks! Look how fluffy it is!! This pattern is a remake of her Thistle Beanie, and is so cool! She calls this one the “Twisted Thistle”. I love the striping effect when the brim is turned up. I knitted a hat like it once, but I’ll have to crochet one now!
The Snow Drifter Hat pattern was designed by Christine Naugle of Sweet Potato 3. You’d never guess it, but that pom at the top is DIY! She has a tutorial for it, and wow!! The tutorial goes with the pattern, so make sure to click over and learn how to make your own faux fur pom poms! This is a paid pattern: $4. Christmas (and snow for most of us!) is almost here, so this is the hat to make! Thanks, Christine for letting me show off your design!
This pattern is designed by Emma too! And look, more briochet!! Somehow this wizardess has managed to add cables??? WOW! The brim color continuing into the rest of the hat gives it such a stunning look. This is a great winter make, can you imagine a sparkly white instead of the light blue? I can! The Belle Brioche Beanie crochet pattern is $6 AUD. Thanks so much, Emma for letting me show off your designs!
The Sheridan Ridge Slouchy Hat pattern was designed by Ashley Edmonds of Through The Loop Yarn Craft. Ashley has really outdone herself on this one! It’s so pretty, just makes me want to send it to everyone I know! (I have pinned it many times… 😉 ) The ridges on this hat are truly spectacular, and I KNOW I will be making one of these before Christmas! (hmm. Maybe for Sarah?) This is a FREE pattern! GO MAKE ONE! Thanks, Ashley for letting me show off your design!
The Las Olas Hat pattern was designed by Courtney Whitehead of CBC Designs. This looks like a super quick make, and the texture is very pleasing to the eye! Bamboo/Silk yarn? That must be SO soft! (I’ll have to grab some next time I make it to Hobby Lobby…) The hat is a free pattern, but she does have a PDF version for those of you who prefer that!
This is another design by Courtney! The Whirlwind hat pattern was a part of the 2019 Crochet Cancer Challenge from Sweet Potato 3. That filet design is really making my heart happy! This hat looks super quick and fun, so make sure to go grab a copy! Paid: $5. Thanks, Courtney, for letting me share your design!
The Velvet Twist Messy Bun Hat pattern was designed by Malena Straight of Straight Hooked. This pattern uses Bernat Velvet! Yay! Our second messy bun hat, this one is a GEM! The texture of this hat is incredible, it’s going to be uber soft, and it’s a bun hat! What more could you ask for? A cupholder? This is a paid pattern, $3.99, but these would be a HUGE hit at bazaars! Thanks, Malena!!
The Dragonskin Beanie crochet pattern was designed by… ME! This beanie is made in Bernat Velvet, and is super squishy! This hat utilizes the dragonskin stitch, which you can find a tutorial for here on my YouTube! This is a paid pattern, $4, but it does come in four sizes. Thanks, me!! (slapping myself for that one.)
The Waffle Hat pattern was designed by Mary Onorati of Kickin’ Crochet. A waffle hat? Great, now I’m hungry! Pass the syrup, please. Or at least a hook and some yarn so I can make me some waffles! This is a great idea, I love the texture! A waffle hat would be perfect for fall. This is a paid pattern, $5!
Another design by Mary! This one is the Puff Stitch Hat pattern, and I really am loving how she did the puffs in bands instead of the whole hat! This looks to be more of a slouchy hat, so if that’s your thing go make a few! This is a paid pattern, $5! Thanks, Mary, for letting me share your designs!
The Hope Lives Chemo Hat pattern was designed by Kristine Mullen of Ambassador Crochet. This is a hat from the 2018 Crochet Cancer Challenge from Sweet Potato 3! That texture is super cool, and it looks so squishy!! I love squishy hats! Go read her blog post that goes with this hat too! This is a paid pattern, $5. Thanks, Kristine for letting me show your design!
The Busy Bee Hua Headwarmer pattern was designed by Melanie Jane of Timmel Crochet. This is a doggie hat! If you ever need a crochet pattern to make something for your pooch, Timmel Crochet is the place to look! This thing is so dang cute!! If my grandparents ever get another dog, I’m TOTALLY making this for them! Bees are their favorite thing! This is a paid pattern, $3. Make one for your dog!! Thanks, Melanie for letting me share your design!
The Rib Stitch Beanie pattern was designed by Elspeth Barriault of Papio Creek Crochet. This hat looks so tidy and nice! The rib stitch gives it such a clean look! I love the different colors she made the different sizes in! This is a paid pattern, $5. Thanks, Elspeth for letting me show your design!
The Better Together (Unisex) Slouchy beanie pattern was designed by Janet Pippin of Simply Hooked By Janet. This is a FREE pattern. This is so cool for couples! Matching hats? Yes, please! The bright brim on the neutral, I love it! Thanks, Janet for letting me share your design!
The Dandelion Beanie pattern was designed by Joanna Robinson of High Desert Yarn. The COLOR WORK! The STITCHES! I am completely in love with this beanie! This hat is genius, and so perfect for everything and everybody! Even better? This beanie crochet pattern is FREE! Thanks, Joanna for letting me share this amazing pattern!
The Lily Lemon Peel Beanie pattern was designed by Tahryn Butler of Burgundy and Blush. THE LEMON PEEL STITCH!! Yes!! You guys wouldn’t believe how long it took me to figure out what this stitch was when I first saw it. Very aggravating. However, here’s a beautiful crochet beanie made in it, and it is stunning! I really love this hat, it’s one of my favorites out of all of these! Thanks, Tahryn for letting me show off your design!
The Cozy Panda Hat pattern was designed by Lisa Fox of Green Fox Farms! These things are so darn cute!! I love ’em, and I’m sure the littles would love a couple of these too, but I’m afraid they would turn the white to black! Lisa has SIX different sizes for this hat! Her pattern is $5.50.
The Colorscape Cowl and Beanie patterns were designed by Lisa too! This is a crochet pattern set, so I didn’t want to separate them. 😉 Lisa did a beautiful job on these! The stitch pattern is amazing, and they fit together so well, the hat (and cowl) look so cushy and soft! These patterns are each $5.50 in her Ravelry store. Thanks, Lisa, for letting me show off your designs!
The Samantha’s Hope Beanie pattern was designed by Sunflower Cottage Crochet. This beanie pattern was also a part of the #crochetcancerchallenge of 2019! It’s a simple hat, which would make it perfect for us guys. You can’t see the stitch definition in this photo, but it was my favorite one. 😉 It is a unisex pattern though. It comes in 3 sizes, and is $3! This one is definitely a winner!
Well, that’s it for this roundup! I really hope you found a hat or beanie to love, and make sure to sign up for my newsletter so you get to know about my newest blog posts and latest patterns and videos! You get my Jumpin’ Jellyfish Amigurumi pattern for FREE just for signing up! Thanks a bunch for reading, and Happy Hooking!