Barista Beanie

The ad free, low cost PDF version of this pattern includes sizing for toddler, child and adult can be purchased HERE.

SUPPLIES

NOTES

  • Beginning chain does not count as a stitch
  • This pattern is worked from the brim up, with the body being worked in the round.
  • When creating the chain stitches throughout the pattern make sure not to pull them too tightly, tight chain stitches may make the beanie less stretchy

ABBREVIATIONS

GAUGE

12 sc = 4 inches

SPECIAL STITCHES

MINI BEAN STITCH
Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through (2 loops on hook), yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch, yarn over, pull through (4 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through all 4 loops

DIMENSIONS

  • Fits average sized teen or woman’s head (21 -23 inch circumference)
  • Finished Messy Bun Beanie should measure approximately 7.5 inches tall and 8.5 inches wide
  • Finished Beanie should measure approximately 8 inches tall and 8.5 inches wide

PATTERN

BRIM

Using 5.5 mm Hook Ch 10

ROW 1 

  • Sc in the second ch from the hook
  • Sc in each stitch across (9)
  • Ch 1, turn

ROW 2 – 64

  • Scblo in each stitch across
  • Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn

*Brim should measure approximately 18 inches long unstretched

Fold your brim in half slst both ends together, turn right side out, ch 1 and continue to body working along the edge of brim.

BODY

Switch to 6.0 mm Hook

ROW 1

  • sc in the top of each row of the brim, slst to beginning sc (64 sts)

ROW 2

  • ch 1
  • *mbs in next stitch, ch 1, skip next stitch*
  • Repeat from * to * around
  • Slip stitch into top of first mbs (64 sts)

ROW 3 – 15 (16 For Beanie)

  • Slip stitch into first ch space, ch 1
  • *mbs in ch 1 space, ch 1, skip next stitch*
  • Repeat from * to * around
  • Slip stitch into top of first mbs (64 sts)

ROW 16 (17)

  • Slip stitch into first ch space, ch 1
  • *mbs in ch 1 space, skip next stitch*
  • Repeat from * to * around
  • Slip stitch into top of first mbs (32 sts)

ROW 17 (18)

  • Ch 1, Sc in each stitch around
  • slst to beginning sc (32 sts)

ROW 18 (19)

  • Ch 1, *Sc 2, sc2tog* 
  • Repeat from * to * around
  • Slst to beginning sc (24 sts)

ROW 19 (20)

  • Ch 1, Sc in each stitch around
  • slst to beginning sc (24 sts)

MESSY BUN BEANIE: Fasten off, weave in ends

BEANIE: Fasten off leaving a long tail, use the tail to thread through stitches to close up the opening and weave in ends.

8 thoughts on “Barista Beanie

  1. This says it’s a beanie pattern. But it’s not it’s a ponytail hat/messybun hat. Should tell how to close it up. Very disappointed. Was looking forward to making one of these. Thanks!

    1. It’s a pattern I’ve offered for free on a website I pay for, I’m not sure why you’d be disappointed in something that’s been provided to you at no cost.

    2. Imagine feeling so entitled you have to leave a bitchy comment for a designer who graciously offered a FREE pattern that you just happened to not like… oh the horror!!!

      Also, messy bun beanie and ponytail beanie are a thing, so calling them beanies is not wrong.

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