Chunky Beanie – Free Pattern and Video Tutorial

It’s snowing! Now that I’m not in the teaching world anymore, I don’t really get snow days. However, whenever it snows I’m extra motivated to crochet! I was at a friend’s house the other night and she requested a chunky beanie. I had a bunch of different colors of chunky yarn that I had been wondering what to do with, so I decided to sit down and come up with a simple pattern and tutorial for absolute beginners.

Free crochet pattern - chunky beanie video tutorial and written pattern. Tutorial is perfect for beginner crocheters of all ages.

I plan to add faux fur pom-poms to the tops, but the beanie itself is super simple to show off the chunky texture of the yarn.

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Pattern

Yarn: Loops and Threads Charisma from Michael’s, or other bulky weight yarn

Hook: O (I got mine in a set at Hobby Lobby)

Other Materials: Yarn Needle and (optional) pom-pom

Hold 2 strands of yarn together throughout.

Round 1:

Start with Magic Circle

Ch 2 and complete 8 DC into circle. Sl st to join.

Round 2:

Ch 2 – counts as DC from here on

2 DC in each stitch around.

Sl st to join (16 DCs)

Round 3:

Ch 2, DC in same stitch.

1 DC in next stitch.

Contine *2 DC, 1 DC* around.

Sl st to join (24 DC).

Rounds 4 – 8:

Ch 2, DC in each stitch around.

Sl st to join (24 DC).

Rounds 9-10

Ch 1 (counts as SC), SC around.

Sl st to join (24 SC).

Tie off and weave in ends.

Part One of the Video Tutorial!

 

Part Two!

 

What’s your favorite hat pattern? Are you a fan of the chunky yarn?

 

 

 

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