Candy Puff Crocheted Beanie
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Candy Puff Crocheted Beanie

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This fun Candy Puff Crocheted Beanie is great for everyone, from the young munchkin to the fashion forward teen!  Provided in a variety of sizes, this easy crochet hat pattern is a must for every girl!  Best of all, you can easily embellish this hat to make it your own.  Add a crocheted flower or a few buttons to make your crochet hat pattern stand out.

crochet beanie

Materials:

  • 1 ball Caron Simply Soft yarn
  • Size M 9.0 mm hook
  • Tapestry needle

Abbreviations:

  • Ch Chain
  • Sl St Slip Stitch
  • Sc Single Crochet
  • Hdc Half Double Crochet
  • Cluster Stitch - Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops.

 

Instructions:
Newborn

  1. Using 2 strands of Yarn
     
  2. Magic Circle
     
  3. Ch 2, place 7 hdc into the loop, sl st to join (8)
     
  4. Ch 2, place 2 hdc into each stitch, sl st to join (16)
     
  5. Ch 2, *hdc in the next 3 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (20)
     
  6. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 10 Crossed Clusters)
     
  7. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 10 Crossed Clusters)
     
  8. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 10 Crossed Clusters)
     
  9. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 10 Crossed Clusters)
     
  10. Chain 1, *sc into the next stitch, 2 sc into the next stitch* Repeat ** to the end and join with a sl st. (30)
     
  11. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  12. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  13. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  14. Tie off and weave in the ends

 

12 Month Old

  1. Using 2 strands of Yarn
     
  2. Magic Circle
     
  3. Ch 2, place 7 hdc into the loop, sl st to join (8)
     
  4. Ch 2, place 2 hdc into each stitch, sl st to join (16)
     
  5. Ch 2, *hdc in the next stitch, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (24)
     
  6. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 12 Crossed Clusters)
     
  7. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 12 Crossed Clusters)
     
  8. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 12 Crossed Clusters)
     
  9. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 12 Crossed Clusters)
     
  10. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 12 Crossed Clusters)
     
  11. Chain 1, *sc into the next stitch, 2 sc into the next stitch* Repeat ** to the end and join with a sl st. (36)
     
  12. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  13. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  14. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  15. Tie off and weave in the ends

 

2-8 Years of Age

  1. Using 2 strands of Yarn
     
  2. Magic Circle
     
  3. Ch 2, place 9 hdc into the loop, sl st to join (10)
     
  4. Ch 2, place 2 hdc into each stitch, sl st to join (20)
     
  5. Ch 2, *hdc in the next stitch, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (30)
     
  6. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 15 Crossed Clusters)
     
  7. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 15 Crossed Clusters)
     
  8. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 15 Crossed Clusters)
     
  9. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 15 Crossed Clusters)
     
  10. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 15 Crossed Clusters)
     
  11. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 15 Crossed Clusters)
     
  12. Chain 1, *sc into the next stitch, 2 sc into the next stitch* Repeat ** to the end and join with a sl st. (45)
     
  13. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  14. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  15. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  16. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  17. Tie off and weave in the ends

 

9 Years Old-Adult

  1. Using 2 strands of Yarn
     
  2. Magic Circle
     
  3. Ch 2, place 9 hdc into the loop, sl st to join (10)
     
  4. Ch 2, place 2 hdc into each stitch, sl st to join (20)
     
  5. Ch 2, *hdc in the next stitch, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (30)
     
  6. Ch 2, *hdc into the next 4 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (36)
     
  7. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  8. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  9. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  10. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  11. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  12. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  13. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  14. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 18 Crossed Clusters)
     
  15. Chain 1, *sc into the next stitch, 2 sc into the next stitch* Repeat ** to the end and join with a sl st. (54)
     
  16. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  17. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  18. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  19. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  20. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  21. Tie off and weave in the ends

 

Large Adult Hat (Slightly Slouchy)

  1. Using 2 strands of Yarn
     
  2. Magic Circle
     
  3. Ch 2, place 9 hdc into the loop, sl st to join (10)
     
  4. Ch 2, place 2 hdc into each stitch, sl st to join (20)
     
  5. Ch 2, *hdc in the next stitch, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (30)
     
  6. Ch 2, *hdc into the next 2 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch* Repeat ** around sl st to join (40)
     
  7. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  8. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  9. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  10. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  11. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  12. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  13. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  14. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  15. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  16. Chain 3, *skip the first stitch, cluster stitch into the next stitch, cross over by placing a cluster stitch into the previous skipped stitch* Repeat ** to the end of the round and join with a slip stitch into the beginning chain. ( 20 Crossed Clusters)
     
  17. Chain 1, *sc into the next stitch, 2 sc into the next stitch* Repeat ** to the end and join with a sl st. (60)
     
  18. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  19. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  20. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  21. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  22. Chain 1, sc around join with a sl st
     
  23. Tie off and weave in the ends

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I think I will make these in all the different sizes. I live in the southwest where you very rarely need to wear hats like these, but hey will make good gifts and donations for ICU babies and Chemo patients. Plus it looks like you could really whip these out pretty fast!

I have attempted to print this pattern, and I am told that it will not print. I am not a computer person, is this normal or do I have to push something other than print.

Hi there, if you simply click on the Print button below the project title, you should be able to print as is. Thanks - Julia from FaveCrafts

I made this for my granddaughter a while ago. The other day I took her out and she happened to be wearing this hat. I kept getting compliments on this hat from complete strangers. It's an adorable hat! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!

what is a magic circle ?

Hi there, in a comment below, a reader wrote "A magic circle (or magic ring) is an alternative to joining a chain to make a starting ring for crocheting in rounds that you can tighten up so you don't have a hole at the top of the hat...you can find a tutorial here, under amurgurumi essentials - http://www.planetjune.com/blog/tutorials/crochet-tutorials/" Thanks! - Julia from FaveCrafts

"using two strands of yarn" with 1 ball of yarn. Does that mean that we are working with two strands of regular yarn as though it is one strand? Do you have any suggestions about not letting them twist? Do you suggest unraveling a ball of and cutting it in half an making 2 balls of yarn to work with?

I don't understand !

I imagine you could use two complementary colors or two different skeins of the same color. I have done that on another occasion when the pattern called for bulky yarn but I could not find the color that I wanted. I just bought two skeins of the same color and used them together. It would be easy to use if you have something that keeps the yarn separate and it comes together right as you use it. I have a bag with two slits on top to run my yarn through that helps tremendously.

is there a way to incorporate the chain 3 beginning of each row with one of the clusters?

That is what I am having trouble with as well...starting each round of crossed-over clusters is not working the way the pattern is written. Clarification or better directions to start each round would be helpful.

A magic circle (or magic ring) is an alternative to joining a chain to make a starting ring for crocheting in rounds that you can tighten up so you don't have a hole at the top of the hat...you can find a tutorial here, under amurgurumi essentials - http://www.planetjune.com/blog/tutorials/crochet-tutorials/

Thanks for posting what the heck a magic circle is. Crazy way to give directions.

What do you mean by Magic Circle?

what is magic circlke

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