Snowden Beanie

Snowden Beanie

Snowden Beanie
Snowden Beanie

The Snowden Beanie is a crochet pattern that resembles knit stitches. Worked from the brim to the top, this hat is made with front post double crochets and back post double crochets to create lots of texture and thickness using worsted weight yarn. The beginning of the pattern calls for foundation double crochets in order to make the brim stretchy for maximum comfort when worn. Topped with a faux fur pom pom, this beanie is very stylish and modern.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • 1 skein Lion Brand Heartland Yarn
  • J/6.00mm hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Faux fur pom pom

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At the time I am posting this comment, you can order a bag of twelve fur pom poms from Amazon for about eight bucks and if you are a Prime member then you also get free shipping. Not a bad deal to get something delivered to you instead of having to drive around to all the stores searching.

Well, I am thinking I am going to have to get to Michaels tomorrow and grab some Lion Brand Heartland yarn. I'll be honest, I do not even know who I can make this cool looking hat for, but the pattern is almost too good to pass up. There must be someone out there who could use this hat. Here's my "beef"- I cannot find these faux fur pom poms at the stores! It seems to be available only online. Even at Walmart. Online only. I made a hat similar to this one for a gift, and I still don't have the fur pom for it. Very disappointing! However, NICE job on the faux knit look hat! I love it.

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