The Ribbed Beanie


The Ribbed Beanie


The Ribbed Beanie
The Ribbed Beanie

"Make your own crochet ribbed beanie with this simple pattern. It uses one basic stitch, probably the very first crochet stitch you learned, to make a knit look beanie. This stitch creates a ribbed fabric that is incredibly stretchy. You can make a mommy and me set with the toddler and adult size patterns. The pattern uses a bulky weight yarn, great for cooler weather and changing seasons. Add a faux fur pom pom on top for extra cuteness."


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeToddler and Adult

Materials List

  • Lions Pride Woolspun Yarn

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This ribbed hat is a simple classic hat and most of us have had one at some point in our lives. I haven't thought it was this easy to make it as easy as it is. Just one simple stitch and you have yourself a cool hat for the cold weather. It will surely make a great handmade gift for a first-timer.

Who would of thought that you can make a great looking Ribbed Beanie with just using the slip stitch? Not me, but wow, it's so easy and it looks great. This pattern will be a great one for anyone looking to make a nice warm hat for the colder months. I will be making a few of these for sure. I'm thankful that you shared this free crochet hat pattern.

This stretch "knit" hat is as trendy and nice looking as any hat I have seen at the department stores or any big box store. Why give a gift that came from a store to a special someone when you can MAKE it with love?! Personally I think the fur pom is the bomb, but you could do a traditional yarn pom, too. That rich jewel toned purple is stunning!

The Ribbed beanie is a fun and easy pattern. Works up quickly so you can crank out a couple in a night (if they are smaller size) I think they turned out adorable and planned on donating several. I played around with sizes and also types of yarn and weights


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