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 Are you ready to elevate your winter wardrobe with some cozy and stylish crochet beanie hat patterns? If you’re a fan of crochet projects and love the idea of creating your own head-turning accessories, then you’re in the right place.

 In this blog post, we’re diving into the world of crochet beanie hat patterns, exploring a variety of designs that cater to different skill levels and fashion preferences.

Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter looking for a new challenge or a beginner eager to embark on your first beanie hat project, there’s a pattern out there for you.

 From classic ribbed bands to trendy textured stitches, these beanie patterns offer versatility and room for personalization. Plus, with options available for toddlers to adults, you can craft matching hats for the whole family or create customized gifts for your loved ones.

Get ready to discover how these crochet beanie hat patterns can add a touch of handmade charm to your winter ensembles. With the right yarn and a hook in hand, you’ll be on your way to creating headwear that not only keeps you warm, but also showcases your unique style. 

So, grab your crochet hooks, pick out your favorite yarn, and let’s explore the wonderful world of crochet beanie hat patterns together!

Our team made and reviewed the patterns below, and we have included our notes.  So without further ado, let’s dive into our favorite crochet beanie hat patterns. 

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This is such an easy crochet hat pattern. The designer recently updated the pattern to include photos of the process. It uses basic stitches, which is why it’s perfect for beginners.

 If you ever run into a stitch you don’t understand, we have an entire library filled with each crochet stitch, including a video tutorial and written tutorial. 

Eveline made this pattern and said the pattern was easy to follow and you can easily customize it with different colors or a multi colored yarn. She gave several as gifts and they were a hit. 

Crochet Beanie Hat Patterns

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  • Crochet Skill Level: Beginner
  • Crochet Hook Size:  5 MM hook
  • Yarn Weight chunky Yarn

We love these crochet hats. The top of the hat has a super cute pom pom, but you can easily leave that off if you want. It uses basic crochet  stitches, like single crochet.

​The pattern also comes in multiple sizes from kids to adults. Make sure and look at her crochet hat size chart before beginning to make sure you have the best yarn for your project. 

Melanie made these and loved them. She said the pattern is really simple to follow, and you can easily make them in a weekend, if not just a couple of hours.

This is a great project that you can make again and again and use a different color for each easy crochet beanie. 

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This is another multi sized pattern from kids sizes to adult sizes. The different sizes give you so many options when making beanie hats. This is an easy pattern and if you get confused as a beginner, make sure and grab a stitch marker to help you stay on track. 

I made one of these because I wanted a warm hat and needed an easy crochet beanie pattern to follow.

The designer has included step-by-step instructions, but also video tutorials in case you get stuck.

I love that it’s the perfect hat when you just need to keep your ears warm, but it also uses basic stitches like magic circle, slip stitches and double crochet stitches while beginning with the foundation chain. 

I made mine with multi colored yarn, but you could easily use solid colors. Both are beautiful for this simple hat. It’s a basic beanie that you will love. 

Messy Bun Crochet Hat Pattern

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PDF: Messy bun crochet hat pattern

I love this hat. I love that I can put my hair up in a messy bun and still have a hat on to cover up my ears in the cold. Messy bun hats are genius when it comes to keeping your head warm. 

It does come in different sizes and the pattern includes a version for the messy bun hat or just a regular slouchy hat. Totally your choice. 

By the way, these make great gifts. I made them and put them along with a scarf in stocking this past year for Christmas. This is such an easy stitch pattern for a crocheted beanie. Perfect if you are a beginner crocheter. 

If you live in a super cold area, you may want to use a bulk weight yarn for more warmth. You will no doubt love this easy hat pattern. 

Easy Crochet Hat Pattern

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PDF: Easy Crochet Hat Pattern

This gorgeous beanie is just what you need for using up those yarn scraps! You’ll love the texture and how quickly it comes together. The pattern includes sizes for toddlers to adults, and you even have two brim options to choose from. 

Whether you prefer a traditional ribbed band or the popular Mattie band, this pattern has got you covered. Don’t forget also to pick up a faux fur pom pom to make this hat stand out. 

Even though it’s rated as intermediate, don’t worry – the directions are detailed and easy to understand. Alice’s notes say it all – this beanie works up fast and fits great. 

Additionally, it’s so cozy that it’s certain to be claimed by someone in the family as soon as you finish it. No more cold heads in your house! Looks like you’ll be making more of these in no time. Happy crocheting!

We hope that you love these beanie crochet patterns. So many fun patterns to make. Make sure and post your finished beanie on social beanie after you choose your crochet beanie hat patterns. 

We have so many more crochet beanies patterns you can check out and find your favorite pattern. We did an entire series on beanies and crochet hats. Here are some of our favorites:

Crochet Beanies Patterns

Free Crochet Hat Patterns including this basic beanie crochet pattern

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