When setting out to design this beanie I knew I wanted something you wouldn’t normally see in a typical beanie pattern.
One of my favorite aspects are the triangles!
They add such a fun, different element and they really create a great look for a more lightweight beanie. You can easily change it up by adding a pom to the top! If you’ve been around for any part of this month-long series then you know how much I love a good XL pom!
So here ya go, the Tracy Beanie pattern…
- L Hook
- size 4 yarn
- tapestry needle
- CH (chain)
- SC (single crochet)
- HDC (half double crochet)
- DC (double crochet)
- TR (triple crochet)
- SL ST (slip stitch)
***work in multiples of 4+3
Round 1 – in the 4th CH from the hook place a DC crochet. DC all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3 at the beginning. BE SURE not to twist! CH 1.
Round 2 – SC in next ST; *CH 3, skip 3 sts, SC in next st. Repeat from * all the way around. CH 1.
Round 3 – * SC in the next CH-3 space, CH 3, work a TR-DC-HDC-SC in the same st. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST to the CH 1 from the previous row. CH 6.
Round 4 – SC in the 3rd CH of the next CH-3; * CH 3, SC in the 3rd CH of next CH-3. Repeat from * all the way around. CH 3
Round 5 – *add 4 DC in the CH-3 space, DC in the next ST. Repeat from * all the way around. CH 1
Round 6 – 12: repeat round 3 – 5 (CH 1 in round 12)
Round 13 – * SC in next 3 sts. SC2TOG. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST to CH 1. CH 1
Round 14 – * SC in next st. SC2TOG. Repeat from * all the way around. SL ST to CH 1. Tie off and leave a long tail for sewing closed.
CLOSING THE BEANIE:
Using your tapestry needle and weave your long tail in and out of the top stitches. Pull it tight and weave in the remaining tail.
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