Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Men's Classic Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

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Hello and welcome to Rich Textures Crochet!

Today we are going to learn how to crochet the men’s classic beanie.

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Skill Level: Easy

Gauge: 20 sts x 31 rows of pattern = 4 inches.

Finished Size: Approximately 8 x 9 inches laid flat, 20-21 inch circumference when stretched.

Yarn: Rapture by Sugar Bush Yarns (50% merino/50% Llama Soft; 3.5 oz/100g; 211 yds/193 m); For Hat with Brim: 1.5 Skeins Smoky Spirit; For Hat with no brim: 1 Skein Smoky Spirit – This is a light weight yarn.

Hook: Size J/10 (6.0 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

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  1. Hey, if I tried to do this with a super bulky yarn (6), how would I figure out how much to reduce it by? I made the first chain and saw it was as long enough to reach my knee from my hip I went "woah, that's WAY too big"
    Edit: nevermind, I got it

  2. Hey there I'm rather new to crochet as a hobby/skill and this is my second beanie pattern I have decided to try. I realized after 6 repetitions of the single crochet +3 slip stitch rows I have dropped 5 stitches off the initial 65 that you get after finishing the first row. Any ideas how/ why or just small mess ups? I would guesd I have been doing something incorrect at the turn at the non circle end of the beanie.

  3. This is the best beanie tutorial! However, I just wasted money because I couldn't wind the hank so it became tangled. Can you do a video on how you make your hanks into cakes?

  4. I've just started this hat and it looks great!! Only thing is it seems way to long (tall), I started with a chain of 66 because I want the fold, but it looks like it's gonna be waaaay too big. Maybe because my yarn is slightly different? How long should it measure roughly from top to bottom as you're making it?

  5. Love this! I am in the process of making it I’m up to around row 14 but I’m having some trouble with it. It’s starting to become like a corner in the top bit right before I have to take it through the top circle, and it’s not curving it’s more straight and flat. Do I just keep going and it will eventually come together?

  6. I'm really struggling when I come to row 3 – my stitches are too tight for me to get into the back loop. I've tried going up a size in crochet hook, making my stitches looser and I'm still not having any luck…

  7. Is the brim end supposed to slant as I go further in the pattern? I’m about 5 inches in and I feel the number of slip stitches and crochet stitches decrease

  8. Hi! As I crochet, the rows keep getting shorter and shorter which creates a slanting line from where I started. What seems to be the problem?

  9. My rows keep adding in length. Is that normal?? I’m doing everything correct so I’m confused. Unless I’m not lol. Can anyone help??

  10. After crocheting about 10 rows, I realised that my rectangle is starting to look like a trapezium. The side without the ring/loop is straight, but the side where the ring/loop is gets longer for each chain because it goes around the loop. Is it supposed to be so?

  11. Am I the only one who has a terrible time working into slip stitches? First row in the very beginning is easy, working into the sc, but coming back working into the blo of the slip stitches I find impossible to even do one, let alone an entire row of them. I try to make them loose but they're so tight.

  12. I ended up with one side larger than the other, and well, as I tried to croché both sides together it was uneven. I still can’t figure out where my mistake was 🙁 it was a fail for me.

  13. I just realized somehow my lines are getting longer somehow I have 20 more loops! How did that happen??? Now idk how to fix it

  14. if im using a 5mm hook instead of 6, should i add more chains to the loop at the begining? the pattern looks amazing btw

  15. Hi it looks like in the first round that you are doing single crochet in the back of the crochet stitch. Is that correct? It doesn't look like the front v…

  16. The beginning loop technique is not one I've seen before. Nice touch; it gives the top a smooth look. Well done.


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