Thick and chunky, this unique chevron stitch beanie is a cosy and quick make!
Learn how to crochet a beanie using the Herringbone Single Crochet Stitch! This crochet hat is created from the top-down and in rounds so you don’t have to sew anything together. The chevron pattern running horizontally along the beanie gives it a modern knit-look stitch texture and is a lot easier to crochet than it seems!
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The inspiration behind this pattern is definitely the stitch! I recently discovered the Herringbone Single Crochet stitch and I wanted to see what it would look like worked up in a hat. I’ve created a full video and photo tutorial for this stitch (check it out here!) demonstrating how to crochet this stitch in rows.
When working in rounds all you have to do is to make sure that you turn at the end of the round. That way the diagonal lines are always on the right side of your beanie and they create this wonderful pattern!
Marshmallowy soft and squishy, Wool and the Gang’s Crazy Sexy Wool is an incredible super chunky yarn! Since the yarn is so thick it has wonderful bounce and warmth to it while the smooth, single plied wool gives stitches a sleek and clean look. The colour range is incredible with 50 shades of pastels, brights and neutrals! You’ll only need one skein of yarn to make this pattern and trust me once you try it you’ll understand why everyone loves Crazy Sexy Wool so much!
You can find the full step-by-step video + photo tutorial of the Herringbone Single Crochet Stitch here!
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Herringbone Crochet Beanie Pattern
*The pattern follows Child(Adult Woman, Adult Man) sizing. SC 1(2, 3) means SC 1 for Child, SC 2 for Adult Woman, SC 3 for Adult Man. If there is only one number, it applies to all sizes.
*”SC 10″ means SC into the next 10 stitches.
*The turning chain ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch.
*The turning chain ch 2 does count as a stitch.
*This beanie pattern is worked top down in rounds.
*The crown is crocheted in a circle and we will increase the circle 6 times per round until the desired diameter. Once the correct diameter has been reached, we will crochet in rounds with no increase until the desired length.
*Total stitches are indicated between < >.
*This pattern uses US crochet terms.