Messy Bun Beanie

Winter is here!
The cold, dull weather, dark mornings and hair dilemmas!
If you’re a top knot kind of girl, but can’t choose between keeping your head warm or putting your hair up. Voila!
A chic beanie for a messy bun- no more big bumps under your hat!

Style 1: Made with a beautiful v stitch keeping it light but cosy and more of an intricate look.

Style 2: HDC stitch giving a chunky knitted feel and look, for a rustic bold finish.

Mix it up with alternating colours or using bright colour yarn to make your new accessory stand out!

If you are looking for a ready made Messy bun beanie you can purchase one here https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/499480381/messy-bun-beanie

As my patterns are free, I just ask that you please do not copy or change the pattern to your own. If you would like to share my pattern on social media please do with a link back to my page. I can only keep my patterns free by the advertising and traffic I have on this page which helps me cover my time and materials https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/504685655/messy-bun-beanie-2-styles xx

 

Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak

-Rachel Zoe

 

Size Teen- Adult

US Terms Materials:

  • DK or worsted weight yarn
  • 6mm hook
  • Scissors
yarn needle

HDC – half double crochet DC – double crochet V-stitch – 2 double crochets in the same stitch.

Instructions:

Chain 24, slip stitch to form a loop, chain 1, do not turn.  (Hat is worked in the round, do not turn your work) Make sure not to twist chain

Round 1: HDC in each chain around, slip stitch – 24 HDCs.

Round 2: Chain 2, 2 DC in 2nd space from chain, 2 DC in each space around 23 times, DC in ch space, slip stitch to top of chain. – 48 DC

round 3-13: Chain 2, * 2 DC in each space between each v-stitch (2 DC) from previous row, repeat from * 23 times, DC in the same as the chain space, slip stitch to top of chain. – 48 dc

NOTE: only Dc in the middle of each v stitch, this is a repeat round and not an increase.

Round 14-16: Chain 1, using the 3rd loop only which is behind the top chain, so the chain sits on front of work. HDC in each around, slip stitch – 48 HDC
Finishing: Slip stitch, fasten off, and weave in your ends.

Why not add a large button or crochet flower to the side to personalise it with your own flare 😊

Style 2:

Materials: DK or worsted weight yarn 6.5mm hook

US Terms HDC
Do not turn your work.

Instructions:

Chain 24, slip stitch to form a loop, chain 1
Round 1: HDC in each chain around, slip stitch, chain 1, do not turn – 24 HDCs total.
Round 2: 2 HDC in each stitch around, slip stitch, chain 1, do not turn – 48 HDCs.
Round 3: HDC in each around, slip stitch, chain 1, do not turn – 48 HDCs.
Round 4: * HDC 7, 2 HDC in the next, repeat from * around 6 times, slip stitch, chain 1, do not turn – 54 HDCs.
Round 5 – 15: HDC in each around, slip stitch, chain 1, do not turn – 54 HDCs
Round 16-18: Using the 3rd loop only HDC in each around, slip stitch, chain 1,
do not turn Round 19: Still using the 3rd loop only HDC in each around, slip stitch, fasten off.
Sew in the ends.

 

 

 

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