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Maggie’s Crocheted Beanie

Maggie’s Crocheted Beanie

Maggie’s Crocheted Beanie

I’ll admit that this post’s title is less than what my creative-quirky writing side hoped, but I’m writing this mostly for myself.  It’s for the next time that I think, “how did I make that one hat that actually fit me?”  Well, if you have a slightly-smaller-than-average-female-sized-head (roughly 21.5 inch head circumference) this is the pattern for you!




Maggie’s Crocheted Beanie


  • Worsted Weight Yarn – I used Vanna’s Choice “Honey” (about half a skein?), and then yellow, cream, and brown from my stash
  • Crochet Hook Size I
  • Darning Needle (for weaving in ends)


  • r = row
  • ch = chain
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • st = stitch
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • *instructions* = repeat around



R1: ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch from hook to form ring; ch 2, 12 hdc’s in ring, sl st to join (12).

R2: ch 2, 2 hdc’s in ea st around, sl st to join (24).

R3: ch 2, *1 hdc in first st, 2 hdc’s in second*, sl st to join (36).

R4: ch 2, *1 hdc in first, 1 hdc in second, 2 hdc’s in third st*, sl st to join (48).

R5: ch 2, *1 hdc in first five st’s, 2 hdc in sixth*, sl st to join (56).

R6-R18: ch 2, hdc in ea st around, sl st to join.  Finish and weave in ends.



For the rosette, I used a simple pattern provided by Lion Brand.

And, for just a touch of color without going over-board, I simply wove three different yarns (double-stranded) around the band of the hat with a darning needle.


Permission to Use this Pattern

You may use this pattern for personal or commercial use, but please reference this website as its creator and link back to this pattern page.  The pattern (including any photos associated with it) may not be reproduced or posted elsewhere in any capacity.  Thank you!


Do you have a favorite hat?  I think this one might move to the top of the list for me.  Nothing like a fashionable hat that fits perfectly to brighten a chilly day!


Happy autumn,



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