Striped 1 – 3 Year Old Crochet Beanie Hat

Striped 1 – 3 Year Old Crochet Beanie Hat

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Striped Beanie Crochet Hat

Are you looking for a simple beanie for you baby to wear? This is a great little pattern that is able to be crocheted in about 1 hour. There is fantastic colour changing throughout this pattern but you don’t have to change colour if you don’t want to. This pattern was developed by Cathy Cunningham, our Executive Assistant. This pattern is for 1 to 3 year old children.

Style that youngster in your life with a fabulous crochet beanie hat.

Colour changing is up to you. Cathy’s original pattern has 3 colours. You can opt to use one solid colour or even a colour transitioning yarn such as Red Heart Treasure or Eclipse Yarns as well.

Please note that the picture is for an adult size. The pattern has been tested and confirmed accurate for a 1 – 3 year old size by Cathy.

Materials

  • Size G Crochet Hook or 4.5 MM
  • Cathy used Vanna’s Choice Yarn by Lion Brand. You will need only 1 ball of each. You can do a few hats using the same yarn as these hats don’t use up a lot of yarn. You can use any 4ply yarn you prefer.
  • The hat in the picture is using Red Heart Boutique Changes. We used Blue, Grey and White.

Definitions

CH – Chain, DC – Double Crochet, HDC – Half Double Crochet, SC – Single Crochet, SL ST – Slip Stitch, BEG – Beginning, REP – Repeat, 2TOG HDC Decrease – 2 Stitches Together to Decrease,

Free Pattern

Colours Definitions, you can use 1 colour or colour transitioning yarns if you prefer.

  • Colour A – Red
  • Colour B – Blue
  • Colour C – Green

This pattern works in rounds.

  1. Colour A – Ch 4 and SL ST to the Beg CH to form a ring.
  2. Ch 2, then HDC 9 times around the ring. (Ch 2 counts as 1 HDC = 10 HDC). SL ST at the end to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  3. Ch 2, then 1 HDC into the same joining stitch. 2 HDC into each stitch around the circle. SL ST at the end to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  4. Ch 2, *1 HDC into the next stitch and then 2 HDC into the next. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST at the end to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  5. Ch 2, *1 HDC into the next 2 stitches, 2 HDC into the next. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST at the end to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  6. Ch 2, *1 HDC into the next 3 stitches, 2 HDC into the next. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST at the end to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  7. Ch 2, *1 HDC into the next 4 stitches, 2 HDC into the next. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST at the end of the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  8. Ch 2, *1 HDC into the next 5 stitches, 2 HDC into the next. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST at the end of the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  9. Ch 2, 1 HDC into each stitch all the way around. Join with a SL ST to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  10. Colour Change B, Ch 2 and 1 HDC into each stitch all the way around. SL ST at the end to the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  11. Ch 2, 1 HDC into each stitch all the way around. ST ST at the end of the top of the Beg Ch 2.
  12. Colour Change A, Ch 1, SC into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  13. Colour Change C, Ch 1, Sc into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  14. Colour Change A, Ch 1, SC into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  15. Colour Change B, Ch 1, SC into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  16. Colour Change A, CH 1, SC into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  17. Colour Change C, Ch 1, SC into each stitch, SL ST at the end.
  18. Colour Change A, Ch 1, SC into each stitch, SL ST at the end.
  19. Colour Change B, Ch 2, HDC into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  20. Ch 2, HDC into each stitch. SL ST at then end.
  21. Colour Change A, CH 2, HDC into each stitch. ST ST at the end.
  22. Ch 2, HDC into each stitch. SL ST at the end.
  23. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Enjoy this free pattern compliments of Cathy Cunningham of The Crochet Crowd.

 

by Cathy Cunningham, Executive Assistant to The Crochet Crowd®.
©2012 The Crochet Crowd

Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

1 thought on “Striped 1 – 3 Year Old Crochet Beanie Hat”

  1. sue maude says:

    Hi Mikey and everyone – could you do your ‘over the pond’ followers a big favour and tell us what the English equivalent of your yarns are.
    In England we have 3ply – fine wool, ( its not so popular now ), then double knit – which is an everyday popular knitting/crochet wool and then chunky, which is thicker and Arran which is a bit thicker still.
    There are speciality yarns of course and we always have to ask ” what does it knit to”? or look at the pattern. I knit and crochet and love doing your patterns for my grandchildren but sometimes its a shot in the dark and a lot of trial and error getting a trial piece to the same size as yours!. So could you give your English hookers a helping hand here.!! Thanks to all of you for the weekly e mails I really look forward to them – I have just started an afghan for a new grandchild due in November I will send a pic when its done Regards Sue X

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