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Crocheted Beanie Hat


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Using chunky yarn and two different crochet hooks you can make these colorful crocheted beanie hats. Make as many as you want using different colors. Create a collection.

Crocheted Beanie Hat
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Crochet Hook: J/10 or 6 mm hook, K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Please fix this link. I want this pattern for my husband.

I went to the web archive and found the pattern here:

Don't know why the link didn't copy correctly the first time! Try this (if this doesn't work, just search for the pattern like I did):

I think the link needs to be fixed. My granddaughter wants one but we can't get the pattern. I see that lots of others are requesting the link be fixed also, so please get with it! Hello, hello, is there anybody out there?

yes, please fix the link, we need the pattern.

I would LOVE to make one of these hats but th link to get the pattern is bad! Could you please fix the link and repost? Thanks!!

To bad that this site was closed down. I got a 404 message saying "that this page could not be found".

There is a cap called "Chris' Cap for Men" that is very similar to the ones shown that you might like. You could always change your own colors to your liking.

I always get a 404 no matter how I try to access this pattern. I even tried putting it in my library but that sends me back to the original page which gives me a 404 when I "click here for for crochet pattern". Too bad because it looks like a perfect pattern especially for knitting for our troops. And it was featured in today's Hooked on Crochet newsletter. Very disappointing.

I agree not much fun if you can not print out the pattern. All I get is the photo and the last line with three pages of hash marks for text. I send patterns to my daughter in Alaska as she does not have internet available. I am very computer savy and copy and paste patterns all of the time so I know that it must be another issue.To bad it looks like a pattern she would enjoy.

copy to you word document. Then click your mouse to highlight where the pattern would be Then right click your mouse and change the text color to black and you will be able to see the pattern.

I can't even get a picture of it let alone the pattern.

Seemed to print just fine, just light on the words. I can read it so it's okay. @HJM- the rows before the blank rows say continue with sc, and since it's a spiral, the rows after the alternate color are just continued with the main color. At that point, you can adjust your length, but you aren't decreasing or increasing your circle. Came out great! Thanks!

@crcharmaine 9733201, Go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I don't like the fact that you can't print it out also! Very aggravating and certainly not considered a "free pattern" in my opinion. I'll look at other options. Thanks for nothing!

I like the suggested stripes. On the rows that don't have any instructions, do you continue as the previous row? What does one do on rows 25, 26, and 27?



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