7 Crochet Beret Patterns

7 Crochet Beret Patterns

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Crochet berets come in and out in trend over the years. Sometimes they are hot, other times they are not. It’s really up to your own personal style. There are some things I wear that are not in trend and I don’t really care because it’s who I am and it’s what I enjoy wearing.

Some of these choices below will have a matching tutorial in the future.

Crochet Awesome Blossom Beret

Crochet Awesome Blossom Beret

Crochet Awesome Blossom Beret

This hat starts off just after the crown of the hat and is crocheted to the brim (forehead). This is the Crochet Awesome Blossom Beret.

You can pretty much use value-based yarns for this choice and it’s an easy one to do.

The design is for kids ages from 2/4, 6/8 and 10/12.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Awesome Blossom Beret

Crochet Brigette’s Beret

Crochet Bridgette Beret

Crochet Bridgette Beret

This Crochet Bridgette’s Beret is a standard beret pattern for crocheters to enjoy.

It starts off at the top of the head and expands outward and then comes back in for the forehead.

If you want something a bit more snug, you can roll in the brim and put in a stretchable fabric elastic inside the brim so it has that form-fitting feel.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Bridgette’s Beret

Tutorial

 

Crochet Classic Beret

Crochet Classic Crochet Beret

Crochet Classic Crochet Beret

This Classic Crochet Beret has been around a long time and is using a smaller than normal crochet hook.

The stitchwork is nice and tight and the seamline for this hat nearly goes invisible as well.

An easy repeating stitchwork as it grows outward and then comes back in to form the brim in the end.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Classic Beret

My First Crochet Beret

Crochet First Beret

Crochet First Beret

This is the My First Crochet Beret pattern. It’s the classic standard design of a beret using Red Heart Soft.

Easy to crochet for starting on the top of the hat and going to the forehead.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: My First Crochet Beret and Scarf

Tutorial – Beret Only

Red Heart Beret

Crochet Red Heart Beret

Crochet Red Heart Beret

This is just a standard Crochet Beret sized for adults.

This is also using Red Heart Soft yarn for this concept. This is easy to make, easy to wear.

The colours and potential yarn choices are endless.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Red Heart Beret

Tutorial

 

Crochet Slouchy Beret

Crochet Red Heart Slouchy Beret

Crochet Red Heart Slouchy Beret

This is the Crochet Slouchy Beret. It is solid in construction. The yarn choice was Red Heart Magical but that yarn is discontinued. The yarn had a mix of several different strands inside that included boucle and other fibres. It was fun to work with but not everyone’s cup of tea.

This is still a free pattern today.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Slouchy Beret

Crochet Track Stitch Beret

Crochet Track Stitch Beret

Crochet Track Stitch Beret

This Crochet Track Stitch Beret is actually designed as a flat panel with a seam line to sew up at the end… BUT WAIT… I really don’t like that approach. It’s a personal choice, of course. I will be filming you a video tutorial on how to change that element to make it in the round. I used Red Heart Melange with mine with fun colours and because the colours are self-striping, the way I did it, you will see what I would have done. The sewing at the end would be obvious for those who want to use variegated or self-striping yarns. I can show you how to avoid that.

Download Yarnspirations Pattern

Free Pattern: Crochet Track Stitch Beret

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