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Bobble Beanie Crochet Pattern

Bobble Beanie Crochet Pattern
Bobble Beanie Crochet Pattern

This bobble beanie pattern is a fun pattern from Daisy Cottage Desigs. The bobble portion of this hat is worked in rows, but switches to rounds for the brim. It’s a quick and simple project. There are two sizes available - a children’s size and an adult/teen size. You will need two skeins of worsted weight yarn (or one skein that you’ve divided into two portions) because you’ll be working with two strands of worsted weight yarn.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge12 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches

Finished SizeChildren and Adult

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I'm always waiting for the latest seasons beanie and apparently this year it's the bobble stitch beanie hat. The designer goes an extra mile to teach how to make his bobble stitch incase you're not familiar with it so no need to skip this hat. I'm glad the pom poms haven't gone out of style so I'll be enjoying this trend some more.

This marvelously textured hat isnt nearly as complicated as it looks but it will test your patience a bit. The body of the hat is worked in rows as a rectangle that is folded in half and sewn together before working the band in rounds. The designer thoroughly explains the Bobble Stitch and offers instructions on altering the original pattern to make a slouchie version or a smaller size.

I do like the look of this Bobble Beanie Crochet Pattern. I'm happy with the way my swatch turned out and I'm sure the hat will work out great. I used a thicker #4 weight yarn because I didn't have the thinner yarn called for. I have a ball of the fax fur so I'll be making my own pom pom for this hat. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow. There is a nice video showing how to close the top of the hat. This is going to be the year of the Bobbles. Thank you for sharing this free crochet hat pattern.

This pattern is available in both adults and child / toddlers sizes. I have always loved the fur pom poms. I have not made one yet, but I would love to. They make the finished projects that I have seen look so much better than if they were left plain. How easy or difficult are they to make?

I'm not sure about this designer but I bought a complete set of the Clover brand pompon makers and haven't regretted for an instant. They're a little clutzy at first, but there are all sorts of YouTube videos to show you how to get the best results.


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