Steel Ridge Beanie

Steel Ridge Beanie

"Fun, easy to make and very stylish. The Steel Ridge Beanie is a brand new free pattern on Beatrice Ryan Designs. This simple shell and chain pattern comes together quickly and makes a fun, unique look. Top it off with a Pom Pom for a young, fresh look! You can make this fun hat in so many color combinations, perfect for school spirit, team pride or just your favorite colors. I hope you try one today."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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I can see exactly what Cheryl Y is talking about. There dont seem to be any decreases while working up toward the crown, and depending on what yarn you choose, this can be really bulky. I know a pompon can be used to cover a multitude of sins, but Im not so sure in this case. And a personal gripe for me is when the variegated colors of the sample make is so darn hard to see the stitches. It was MUCH easier with the solid sample.

Hi Jane, This hat looks like a drawstring style hat, where once you're done you'll simply cinch it closed. Because of that there likely aren't any decreases... but I would definitely question the designer herself, on her blog, for more information. :) Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

I love the look of this Steel Ridge Beanie but, after reading the written pattern. I do wonder how the top will look? I see that there is no decrease stitches. So does that mean that the top also has 60 stitches as well? I know the pattern says to weave in at the shell stitches (5) but how bulky will it be? Has anyone made one of these? I so want to but not sure of the outcome! Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

Very classy looking hat. I love the colors in it. It just looks so good. I may break down and make it for a niece up north. She likes hats. I can't really use It here in Florida but she lives in the snow belt so I know she will get usage out of it.

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