Saturday, July 24, 2010

Chunky Yarn Crochet Beanie Cap


















Chunky Yarn Crochet Cap

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial: Chunky Yarn Crochet Beanie Cap

Video Tutorial: Left Hand Chunky Yarn Crochet Beanie Cap

Skill Level - Easy

Abbreviations
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch

EA - Each
ST - Stitch

Size
22/56 - 24/64  in/cm


Gauge
4 inches - 10 CM = 9 Rows
4 inches - 10 CM - 8 Stitches

Materials
Size N/9 mm crochet hook
6 ply yarn - Chunky or Bulky - You can substitute 2 strands of yarn for a bulky effect
Tapestry Needle


Chain 5, join.  You can also use the magic circle to start.  

Round 1: CH 1, Work 9 SC through the center of the chain.  Do not join. Mark the first stitch with a yarn marker. (9 Single Crochet Total)


Round 2:  Work the first stitch in the top of the first single crochet.  This is the start of the continual round. Work another SC in the same stitch for the increase.  2 SC in each stitch around.  (18 Single Crochet Total)



Round 3:  *Work 1 SC in the next stitch, work 2 SC in the next stitch. Continue around from *.  (27 Single Crochet Total)

Round 4:  1 SC in ea stitch around. (27 Single Crochet Total)

Round 5: *1 SC in ea of the next 2 stitches,  2 SC in the next ST.  Continue around from *. (36 Single Crochet Total) 


Round 6: 1 SC in ea stitch around. (36 Single Crochet Total)

Round 7:  *1 SC in ea of the next 2 stitches,  2 SC in the next ST.  Continue around from *. (48 Single Crochet Total) 

Round 8-19: 1 SC in ea stitch around. (48 Single Crochet Total)

Brim
Row 20:  1 SC in each of the next 15 stitches, skip 1 stitch, slip stitch in the next stitch, turn. (15single crochet total) 


Row 21:  *1 SC in the next stitch, 2 SC in the next stitch, Continue across from *. skip 1 stitch, slip stitch in the next stitch, turn. (22 single crochet total)


Row 22: 1 SC in each stitch across, skip 1 stitch, slip stitch in the next stitch. Cut yarn and secure yarn.  Sew in all the tails.









18 comments:

  1. i don't see any measurements at all on this...is this an adult hat or child's...what is the guage on this?

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  2. I think your instructions and videos are quite helpful to a beginner like me. Thanks for all your efforts.

    Marilyn

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  3. My blog is http://tatitandoarte.blogspot.com

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  4. Hi Teresa! I wanted to let you know I LOVE your videos and have successfully made a baby beanie and your cute Mary Jane Slippers this week and wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your blog and youtube videos!

    I wrote a post about your great videos on my blog and I have pictures of my hat and slippers if you want to take a peak!!

    Thanks again! You are awesome!!

    Jen

    Following the Footsteps

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  5. Hi Teresa.
    Just wanted to let you know that I found your blog and this beanie hat pattern on Sunday afternoon. I immediately left the house and went to my local wool shop where I bought some chunky wool and the 9mm hook needed to make it.
    When I got home I made two hats which used up my two balls of wool exactly!
    Last night I made the hat again in a DK wool with a 4mm needle, this produced a cute baby sized hat.
    I think this pattern is brilliant and so easy to follow for an addicted beginner like me!
    Thanks so much for being a fountain of knowledge and for listing everything in such an uncomplicated manner. Your videos are also fab.
    Can you do some equally easy patterns for babys mittens?????
    Thanks, Jeni x

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  6. Greetings,
    I love this cap. It's easy enough to make that you can start to play with striping & color for a different look to really make it your own!

    hats

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  7. that's cap really beautifull. i want to try that pattern. thanks

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  8. Hi Teresa! I like the way this pattern worked up in the picture. I have some bulky Red Heart yarn I want to use for this pattern. I tried working it up and the hat was too small to fit over my hair (I have big hair and a big head). I suppose I should make this to fit a man's head. Do you have any tips on how to make this larger? Should I just continue increasing? Thank you for your help!

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  9. would love to know how to make this great hat for a baby... im guessing smaller hook and thinner yarn?? help please :)
    ps love love love the tutes :)

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  10. Thank you so much for this tutorial... made this hat for my little baby girl :) I am wanting to make one for my 3 yr old but am having a hard time coverting this over. I used a size H needle and medium weight yarn... I would like to use these same supplies.. any suggestions ??? Thank you again so much.

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  11. Just made this cute hat for my baby girl! Turned out adorable! I am wanting to make one for my 3 yr old son but I am having a hard time converting this pattern. I used a H size and medium yarn. any suggestions? Thank you again.

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  12. I'm actually making this hat right now and I've realized that it's not going to fit on my head. Is this a child's size hat? Would I just expand it to 56 SC around to make it bigger? I really love the pattern and I think I will make hats for my nieces too!

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  13. I am not sure what I did, but my hat was HUGE!! Gonna try to shrink it in the wash, but I lobe the design. Thanks for the video! :)

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  14. I think you made a typo. for the brim you say to sc in the next 20? sc. and then you should end up with 15 sc? i watched your video and you only do 15. so im thinking its a typo. Just thought id let ya know. Other wise the pattern is written very well. and I love the hat!!! im going to have to make many more in more colors!

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  15. Theresa: First, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! You are truly awesome for having all your work and toots online for us! Second, I have tried to make this hat 3 times. I follow your instructions to the best I can (I cannot understand how on earth the hat can have 22 rows. . .it is over my eyes at 12!) and I am confused on the brim. It says to sc 20 stitches but in () it shows that there should be 15 stitches?? I'm so confused. I LOVE THE HAT; but I need help. I thought about trying a smaller hook, but with the chunky yarn the N hook is really the smallest I feel comfortable with. (and I also LOVE the chunky yarn so I don't want to go with a smaller ply either.) Any suggestions??

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  16. Thanks so much for the wonderful youtube video...I just made not only my first crochet hat with yarn that I had here at the house but sent Hubby to the store to get some of the fluffy stuff so that I could make one for real!

    I just learned to crochet a few weeks ago from my Great Aunt and Grandma. I am in the just fallen in love stage and have such a great time finding all the great resources online!

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  17. I have made this hat in child size and women's size. Any suggestions on a man size?

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  18. This hat is child size.I want to make this hat = women's size. Help me! Thanks.

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