The “Princess Beanie” Has Such a Warm and Squishy Ribbing!!Patterns - Hats - Adult Women
I love this beanie! And, the reason, besides the fact that it is so cute, is that the ribbing is doubly thick! It is so stretchy and warm and is really easy to make! The technique for making this type of ribbing is so great for this hat, but it can be substituted for a regular ribbing on almost any beanie that you are working on, regardless of the size of the hat! I think you will want to try this right away! I did use an “H” hook for the ribbing and an “I” hook for the body of the hat! You can certainly experiment with hook sizes but I found this to give a well-fitting, stretchy ribbing that works so well!
I hope you try this pattern and please post your photos of your hat in our Lakeview Cottage Kids Facebook Group or on Instagram with the hashtag #lakeviewcottagekids !
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The “Princess” Beanie
Adult Woman Size – One Size Fits Most
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Adult – One Size Fits Most
– 1 skein Aran weight (#4) yarn I used LionBrand “Basic Stitch Premium yarn”. The color is “Cream”. Total yardage: Approximately 125 yards
(This yarn is 100% Acrylic Yarn; Machine Washable.) – Crochet Hook, Size H/5.00 mm
– Crochet Hook, Size I/5.50 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
Chain Stitch – ch
Single Crochet – sc
Single Crochet in the Back Loop Only – scblo
Double Crochet – dc
Gauge: 4 – inch square = 6 rows of double crochet stitches and 11 double crochet stitches in a 4 inch row
Finished Size: Approximately 9.5 inches wide at the bottom of the ribbing and 8.5 inches tall
(This pattern creates a soft, bulky and extra warm ribbing to keep you extra warm!!)
Using the H Hook, ch 17.
Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from the hook. Then sc in each chain across the row. Ch 1. Turn. (16 st)
Row 2: Work 1 sc in the first sc. Then work 1 scblo in each stitch across the rest of the row until the last stitch. Work a regular sc in the last stitch. Ch 1. Turn. (16 st)
Repeat Row 2 till the fabric measures 19 inches. This will be approximately 60 rows. Be sure to end with an even number of rows. (16 st)
Seam the short ends of the ribbing fabric, by matching the right sides of the fabric and seaming the short ends together using a singe crochet. Don’t fasten off.
Match the WRONG sizes of the ribbing fabric, the long way.
Still using the “H” Hook, seam the ribbing together by using the sc to catch both sides of the open edge of the folded ribbing. (This will take approximately 8 sc.)
Switch to the “I” hook and continuing to work now in a circular fashion, sc around the ribbing (approximately 60 stitches). Slip stitch to the top of the first stitch to join and end the row. Ch 1. (60 st)
Body of the Hat
Row 1: Skip the stitch under the Ch 1. *Work 2 hdc in the next stitch, skip next stitch*. Repeat from * to * all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to end the row. Ch 1. (60 st)
Row 2: *Work 2 hdc in the space between the 2 hdc*. Repeat from * to * all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to join and end the row. Ch 1. (60 st)
Rows 3 – 5: Repeat Row 2.
Rows 6 – 8: Work 1 sc in each stitch all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to join and end the row. Ch 1. (60 st)
Row 9 – 13: Repeat Row 2.
Row 14 – 16: Repeat Row 6.
Row 17: *Work 1 sc in the first 2 stitches. Work sc decrease.*. Repeat from * to * all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to join. Ch 1.
Row 18: *Work 1 sc in the first st. Work sc decrease.*. Repeat from * to * all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to join. Ch 1.
Row 19: Work a sc decrease and repeat all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to join. Ch 1.
Row 20: Work a sc decrease and repeat all the way around. Sl st to the first stitch to join. Ch 1.
Fasten off leaving a long tail of yarn to close up the top.
Using yarn needle and the basting stitch, close the small hole left at top of hat. Weave in ends at top and at ribbing.
This hat looks great with or without a pompon! A yarn pompon or faux fur pompon would look lovely!!
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