Messy Bun Puff Stitch Beanie

Messy Bun Puff Stitch Beanie

Messy Bun Beanie
Messy Bun Beanie
This image courtesy of primecp.com

Keep your messy ponytail or bun intact with the Messy Bun Beanie crochet pattern. Here's a note from the blogger:

"This design is my absolute favourite! Doesn't it look like rows of little hearts?! I love the soft, spongy texture it has and my head can still breathe if I'm wearing it for long periods of time - there's nothing good about a hot and itchy head. This is a quick and simple pattern that you can make in around 2.5 hours - Yay! You could have yours for the school run by tomorrow - RESULT!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeChild, Teen, Adult

Materials List

  • DK/Light/worsted yarn (any yarn that can be used with a 4 mm hook). Blogger used 40% Wool 60% Acrylic in Berry Berry Wool mix yarn
  • G/6 or 4 mm hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

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The design on the messy bun crochet beanie looks like rows of tiny hearts. I think this is a very smart concept and the pattern states that this is an easy project. The directions are laced with photos so I think I will attempt to make this beanie.

A project I can complete in under three hours and actually use. I live in coastal North Carolina and the mornings can be chilly but I have really thick hair. Sometimes when I walk the dogs, they really walk me and I get overheated. I think this is just the ticket to keep those ears of mine warm. Have to make them in different colors.

This hat starts at the bottom and works its way to the top holea necessary evil since it employs the Puff Stitch, and you want them in a particular orientation. If you have short hair like I do, it would be a simple matter to continue with the decreases at the crown, and top it off with a big pompon. Well worth hanging on to this pattern.

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