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Berry Delight Beanie
Berry Delight Beanie
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The Berry Delight Beanie is a crochet hat pattern that is worked up with bulky yarn, so it's fast to make. This crochet beanie features an easy stitch pattern that is fun to crochet and lends a nice texture to the finished fabric. Stay cozy this winter with this easy pattern and crochet one for every member of your family. This pattern is written to include sizes preemie through large adult, so no one will be left out. The hat is worked from the brim up to the top of the hat, and then the ribbing is worked separately and then seamed at the end. 

Note:
-Hat is worked from the brim up; the brim (ribbing) is worked in rows and seamed together at the end
-Starting chain does not count as a stitch unless directed otherwise
-Each round is started in the same stitch as your starting chain
-The end of each round is joined by slip stitching in the first stitch of the round unless directed otherwise

Easy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge in HDC: 11 stitches and 9 rows = 4" (10 cm)

Finished SizeNewborn to Large Adult

Materials List

  • 1 – 2 skeins of bulky weight #5 yarn such as Knit Picks Brava Bulky
  • 6.0 mm (J-10) crochet hook
  • yarn needle for weaving in ends

Pattern

 

Preemie

Head Circumference = 10" - 12" • Hat Circumference = 10" • Hat Height = 4.5"
For preemie only, use Worsted Weight yarn and a 5 mm (H-8) hook • HDC Gauge: 14 sts and 11 rows = 4" (10 cm)

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 5, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (4)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (4)
    Row 3 - 23: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (36)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (36 sts, 12 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (36 sts, 12 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4: Repeat Round 3
    Round 5: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (36 sts, 12 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 6: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (36)
    Round 7: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (24)
    Round 8: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 12 times, join in first hdc (12)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a mini pompom if desired.

Newborn

Head Circumference = 13" - 15" • Hat Circumference = 13" • Height hat = 5.25"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 5, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (4)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (4)
    Row 3 - 23: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (36)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (36 sts, 12 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (36 sts, 12 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4: Repeat Round 3
    Round 5: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (36 sts, 12 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 6: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (36)
    Round 7: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (24)
    Round 8: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 12 times, join in first hdc (12)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

0 - 3 Months

Head Circumference = 14" - 16" • Hat Circumference = 14" • Height hat = 5.75"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 5, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (4)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (4)
    Row 3 - 25: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (39)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (39 sts, 13 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (39 sts, 13 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 5: Repeat Round 3
    Round 6: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (39 sts, 13 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 7: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (39)
    Round 8: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (26)
    Round 9: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 13 times, join in first hdc (13)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

3 - 6 Months

Head Circumference = 15" - 17" • Hat Circumference = 15" • Height hat = 6.25"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 5, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (4)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (4)
    Row 3 - 27: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (42)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (42 sts, 14 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (42 sts, 14 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 6: Repeat Round 3
    Round 7: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (42 sts, 14 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 8: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (42)
    Round 9: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (28)
    Round 10: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 14 times, join in first hdc (14)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

6 - 12 Months

Head Circumference = 16" - 18" • Hat Circumference = 16" • Height hat = 6.75"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (5)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (5)
    Row 3 - 29: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (45)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (45 sts, 15 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (45 sts, 15 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 7: Repeat Round 3
    Round 8: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (45 sts, 15 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 9: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (45)
    Round 10: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (30)
    Round 11: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 15 times, join in first hdc (15)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

Toddler & Small Child

(​Approximately 1 to 5 years - please measure for a more accurate fit)
Head Circumference = 17" - 19" • Hat Circumference = 17" • Height hat = 7.5"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (5)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (5)
    Row 3 - 31: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (48)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (48 sts, 16 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (48 sts, 16 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 8: Repeat Round 3
    Round 9: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (48 sts, 16 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 10: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (48)
    Round 11: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (32)
    Round 12: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 16 times, join in first hdc (16)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

Child

(Approximately 5 to 10 years - please measure for a more accurate fit)
Head Circumference = 18" - 20" • Hat Circumference = 18" • Height hat = 8"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (5)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (5)
    Row 3 - 33: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (51)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (51 sts, 17 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (51 sts, 17 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 9: Repeat Round 3
    Round 10: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (51 sts, 17 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 11: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (51)
    Round 12: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (34)
    Round 13: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 17 times, join in first hdc (17)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

Teen / Small Adult

Head Circumference = 20" - 22" • Hat Circumference = 19" • Height hat = 8"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (5)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (5)
    Row 3 - 35: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (54)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (54 sts, 18 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (54 sts, 18 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 10: Repeat Round 3
    Round 11: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (54 sts, 18 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 12: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (54)
    Round 13: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (36)
    Round 14: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 18 times, join in first hdc (18)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

Medium Adult

Head Circumference = 22" - 23" • Hat Circumference = 20.5" • Height hat = 8.5"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (5)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (5)
    Row 3 - 37: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (57)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (57 sts, 19 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (57 sts, 19 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 11: Repeat Round 3
    Round 12: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (57 sts, 19 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 13: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (57)
    Round 14: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (38)
    Round 15: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 18 times, join in first hdc (19)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

Large Adult

Head Circumference = 23" - 24" • Hat Circumference = 22" • Height hat = 8.5"

  1. Ribbing - leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming the ends of the brim together.
    Row 1: Ch 6, hdc in 2nd chain and in each chain to end, turn (5)
    Row 2: Ch 1, working in FRONT LOOPS only - hdc in each stitch across, turn (5)
    Row 3 - 39: Repeat Row 2

    Hat Body - Turn your work so you are working in the ends of the Rows.
    Round 1: Ch 1, *make 1 sc in the end of the first row, make 2 sc in the next row* repeat between * to end, make 2 sc into the foundation chain after the last row, bring the ends together and sl st to join in the first sc (60)
    Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch throughout), in same stich make [dc, ch 2, sc], *skip 2 stitches, in next stitch make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, sl st to join in top of chain 2, turn (60 sts, 20 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 3: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 2, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 2, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (60 sts, 20 ch-2 spaces)
    Round 4 - 11: Repeat Round 3
    Round 12: Sl st into first ch-2 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, ch 1, sc], *in next ch-2 space make [2 dc, ch 1, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (60 sts, 20 ch-1 spaces)
    Round 13: Sl st into first ch-1 space, ch 2, in same space make [dc, sc], *in next ch-1 space make [2 dc, sc]*, repeat between * to end, join in top of chain 2, turn (60)
    Round 14: Ch 1, in first stitch *make 1 hdc, hdc2tog*, repeat between * to end, join in first hdc - do not turn (40)
    Round 15: Ch 1, *hdc2tog* 18 times, join in first hdc (20)
    Leave a lengthy tail. With a yarn needle, weave the tail through the front loop of each stitch and pull gently to close the hole, secure the end and fasten off. On the brim, use the starting tail to seam the ends together. Weave in all ends. Attach a pompom if desired.

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I have made 8 of these in the past two weeks. I have done from a newborn to large adult, for my Mom's caregivers and their children. We have had two newborns in the last two days. I love the pattern and it is so quick and easy. I can do a large adult in a couple of hours if I just go for it.

Oh my how cute is this hat.. I love the look of this cute hat. It's great that the pattern is on this page and it's written for all head sizes taking the guest work out of it. The patterns are will written and easy to follow. I love the color purple and this Berry Delight Beanie fits it well. I'll be making a few of these for sure, some with pom poms and some with out. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

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