Basic Beanie Free Crochet Pattern


An updated version of this pattern can be found HERE

Free crochet patterns for EVERY beanie size you could possibly want from Preemie all the way up to adult large.  All you need to know is chain stitch, slip stitch, and double crochet.   If you have access to some yarn and a J sized crochet hook, you are ready to go.  Starting off with these basic patterns you could make all sorts of different hats: striped, mohawk, owl, monster, with earflaps, newsie, simple, with flowers…And, as always, if you have any questions about any of these, or need any help along the way, please do not hesitate to shoot me an email {familybugs (AT) gmail (DOT) com}

These patterns are based off of the measurements taken from Bev’s Size chart, if you aren’t sure about sizing measurements…well, I’ve included that too!

  • Newborn: Head Circumference 13″ – 14 ”  33-36cm; hat circ = 11.5″ – 13″ Hat height = 5.5 to 6″ 13-15 cm
  • Baby – 3 to 6 months: Head Circumference: 14″ – 17 ”  36-43 cm; Hat height= 6.5 – 7″ 15-18 cm
  • Baby – 6 to 12 months: Head Circumference: 16″ – 19 ”  41-48 cm ;  Hat height = 7.5″  18 cm
  • Toddler – preschooler (12 months – 3 years): Head Circumference: 18″ to 20 ” 46 -48 cm; Hat height = 8″  20 cm
  • Child (3 – 10 years): Head Circumference: 19″ – 20 1/2″  48-51 cm; Hat height =8.5″  22cm
  • Pre-teens and Teens  Hat: Head Circumference: 20 1/2″ – 22″   53 -56 cm; height 9-10″  25 cm
  • Adult Woman: Head Circumference:  21.5″ – 22.5″  Hat height = 11″
  • Adult Man: Head Circumference:  23″ – 24″  58.4 cm – 61 cm; Hat height = 11″-11.5″

Why double crochet? You might ask.  Well, double crochet is fast, relatively easy, and I think that it still results in a really warm product.  The looser stitches trap more air between the fibers and air is an incredible insulator (that is if you can trap it)!  Also, the looser stitching will result in a hat that has more stretch and give to it, which is more likely to fit all sorts of head shapes and sizes :-D  So, ENJOY!!

Feel free to use and distribute this pattern however you would like, I don’t mind finished hats being sold from these patterns (That’s what I do with them), or for charity purposes, or auctions…or personal use…turn it upside down and use it as a bowl, add some handles and use it as a bag…skies the limit!

Preemie Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 13 more dc (14). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (21) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (28) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (28). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 5-7: Repeat RND 4.

Newborn Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 15 more dc (16). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (24) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (32) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (32). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 5-7: Repeat RND 4.

0-3 Month Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 13 more dc (14). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (21) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (28) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next.  (3:2 ration, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (35) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (35). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 6-8: Repeat RND 5.

3-6 Month Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 13 more dc (14). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (21) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (28) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: (Last increasing round). Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (35) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (35). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 6-9: Repeat RND 5.

6-12 Month Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 15 more dc (16). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (24) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (32) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: (Last increasing round). Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (40) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (40). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 6-9: Repeat RND 5.

12-24 Month Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 13 more dc (14). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (21) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (28) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (35) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next four spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (4:2 ratio, 1 dc in four stitches, 2 dc in the next). (42) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 6: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (42). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 7-10: Repeat RND 6.

3-10 Years Size

With K hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 13 more dc (14). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (21) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (28) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (35) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next four spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (4:2 ratio, 1 dc in four stitches, 2 dc in the next). (42) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 6: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around (42). Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 7-11: Repeat RND 6.

Preteen – Teen Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 15 more dc (16). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (24) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (32) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (40) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next four spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (4:2 ratio, 1 dc in four stitches, 2 dc in the next). (48) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 6: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next five spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (5:2 ratio, 1 dc in five stitches, 2 dc in the next). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 7: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around. Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

baby newborn preemie adult large small teenRNDS 8-12: Repeat RND 7.

Adult Small Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 15 more dc (16). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (24) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 15 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (32) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 14 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (40) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 14 times) Dc in the next four spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (4:2 ratio, 1 dc in four stitches, 2 dc in the next). (48) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 6: (Last increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 14 times) Dc in the next four spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (5:2 ratio, 1 dc in five stitches, 2 dc in the next). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 7: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around. Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 8-14: Repeat RND 7.

Adult Large Size

With J hook

RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 13 more dc (14). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.

RND 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout). Dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in next space, work 2 dc in the next space. (Like a 1:2 ratio, 1 dc in one stitch, 2 dc in the next). (21) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 3: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next two spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (this one is a 2:2 ratio, 1 dc in two stitches, 2 dc in the next). (28) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 4: Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next three spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (3:2 ratio, 1 dc in three stitches, 2 dc in the next). (35) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 5: Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next four spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (4:2 ratio, 1 dc in four stitches, 2 dc in the next). (42) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 6: Ch 2, dc in same stitch.  (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next five spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (5:2 ratio, 1 dc in five stitches, 2 dc in the next). (49) Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 7: (Last Increasing round) Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 13 times) Dc in the next six spaces, work 2 dc in the next. (6:2 ratio, 1 dc in six stitches, 2 dc in the next). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2 to join.

RND 8: Ch 2 and dc in each stitch around. Slip stitch to top of ch 2 to join.

RNDS 9-15: Repeat RND 8.

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67 thoughts on “Basic Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

    • I am so glad that you enjoyed the pattern and it was really easy for you to read. And thanks for including a link back to your blog! Your little football beanie is SO CUTE!!!

    • Well, the adult large fit my husband…but I don’t like really big hats…I can go back and make some adjustments for the sizing and include approximate measurement in inches. Thank you for letting elbow, and I’m sorry for any inconvenience or frustrations.

  1. Hi i tried this pattern witha 6.5mm it came out at about 5 inchs ( was doing the 6-10 year old) maybe i didn’t use a thick enough wool ?

    • The size yarn you use shouldn’t make that big of a difference. I use worsted weight but I’ve also used slightly thinner and chunky weight with only slight variations in sizing

  2. I think you’re doing a wonderful job with these patterns, and I’ve made several hats already! Thank you for your blog.

  3. I have started the adult large hat and I’m already done the increase rows and it seems really small….like it looks as if it might fit my head when I’m done, but I have a small head and I was trying to crochet it for my boyfriend..I don’t know. I may have to wait and see when it is finished, but I am thinking that I migh have to either add another increase row, or add more rows to make it longer, or both. I was wondering, though, why the adult small pattern seems to actually be larger than the large…like I havn’t crocheted that one, but it’s crocheted with a larger hook size, and is only one stitch narrower than the large after increasing, as well as only a row shorter in length. Sorry for the lengthy message, I’m just curious, could be that it will work out fine and I’m just being over-paranoid, or maybe I just like a bigger hat than you, either way the patterns are certainly appreciated even if I do end up adjusting it. :)

    • Thank you so much for your comment. I am needing to go back and update a few of the patterns. However, I haven’t had the time lately with crazy holiday season. I would recommend doing one more increase row, and maybe another row for the length. I apologize for any misunderstanding or confusion. Once again, thank you for your comment and letting me know :-)

  4. Hi,
    so i only started knitting just before christmas, i can do normal knit now beautifully, but my sister wants me to make her a beanie hat that will fit her baby, i’ve seen that i can only do it via crotchet stitch but i have never done crotchet knitting before, maybe you could help me?
    thank for your time my email is kjh_york@hotmail.co.uk

    kayleigh x

    • Kayleigh, thank you so much for your comment. I have not yet learned how to knit and I didn’t even know you could crochet knit. So, unfortunately, I cannot help you out.

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  6. Just wondering how you are starting the rounds. It says (for the large adult) to chain 3 then 13dc in 3rd ch from hook. But I’m wondering if I’m supposed to st to the 3rd chain then put the 13 dc through center.

    • This is the magic circle method and the chain 2 counts as the first dc. If you want to ch 3, join to the third chain from hook, then you will need to ch 2 again, and work 13 dc Into the circle. Either method works just fine, I just like how the magic circle will give the tiniest possible opening at the top.

  7. Hi there. First I want to thank you for publishing these patterns. I am however having trouble. I did the 3-10 year old size beanie but it is a perfect size for a newborn! Lol. What is wrong here?

    • Hmm…several things could be going on. Check the hook size (should be using a j size ghoul), the yarn type (these patterns are for worsted weight yarn), and the stitch type (I use double crochet throughout the pattern). Without more information I really can’t make a guess as to what may really be going on. Anyways, I hope this helps.

  8. Okay.. Question.. I still struggle to read patterns. I normally watch you tube videos but couldn’t find one I like..

    RND 1: Ch 3. In 3rd chain from hook work 15 more dc (16). Slip stitch to the top of the ch 2.. In 3rd chain from the hook i work 15 more chains or double corchet (dc) … How do I dc without slip stitching first or have a base chain to work off of.

    • Yes ma’am. You work all the double crochet into that third chain from the hook. Exactly like a magic ring, but I thought describing it in the way that I did would be easier for beginners to understand.

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  11. This is amazing and has worked so well all the time! The measurements helped me tons, and made my life so much easier. Thank you!!

    • I finished the Adult (larger) size … fitted 10yr old Grand-daughter :-) SO next one I’ll just use a larger crochet hook … the niece it was made for WAS VERY happy with the “practise” beanie … It was bright yellow :-) with a black headband around it & a “one eyed” circle attached – also had a “smiling” mouth showing lots of “teeth” … apparently a minion from the “Kids” movie “Despecables” … will “post” a photo soon

      • sounds really cute! I have plans to add a gauge soon, which should help with most sizing problems that have been occurring. Apparently I crochet pretty loosely haha!

  12. Ok … I live in NEW ZEALAND … I was about to ask “is there a conversion chart for hook sizes – here in NZ our needles are numbered ie size 12 – 10 (which I’d use for finer wool and for thicker I’d use size 9 – 8) …

    • Patty, A quick earflap pattern to add to these is the following:

      ROW 1: Insert hook, ch 2, dc 8.
      ROW 2: Ch 2, turn. Dc2Tog, dc 4, dc2tog (6).
      ROW 3: Ch 2, turn. Dc2tog, dc 2, dc2tog (2).
      ROW 4: Ch 2, turn. Dc2tog twice (1).
      Finish off.

      Repeat on the opposite side of the hat, then sc all the way around.

  13. Thanks for all the size options. You are so pleasant and patient with all of us. It is wonderful of you to share. Thank you.

    • Jeannie, thank you for bringing this to my attention. I’ve got most of these patterns memorized and don’t even look at them anymore. I will look at it again and see what I can figure out.

  14. I started with 6-12 mth and added increase 4-2 ratio. Is that problem? I REALLY dont want to pull it all back out. Lol. Forgive me if silly ?. Just started crocheting in June and teaching myself how to read patterns. By way when do u think i could consider intermediate?

      • No no. Lol. Did one rc in 4 stitches then 2dc in the next stitch. Im still unsure weather i am to br stitching thru top of stitch only? Or more like u woyld do say granny square? Under top stitch. ????

  15. Hi I just adore this pattern! It’s true to size and have had every hat fit as expected. I was wondering if you have a basic pattern in a half double and or single crochet as well? Willing to purchase! I have tried so many other patterns and they haven’t been acurrate in size. It’s so frustrating having to rip out a project and start over. I purchased a pattern from etsy and the 1-3 year old size is so big on my 15 month old. So I made the 6-12 month size it fits well but is to long. So I will have to rip out the ear flaps and a little more than half the hat so the colors will look good on the finished hat. :( any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

  16. Oh my gosh! Thank so much for your helpful information. I am making an owl hat for my niece and the pattern I have is way too big for her head, so I used yours and now I believe it is going to look amazing! Thanks again!

  17. Thank you so much for the patterns in all sizes. It’s hard to find someone who allows the general public to use their patterns 100% free.
    I just want to point out a mistake that I noticed while doing one of your patterns (not to judge your work) because I absolutely love it! but in the Adult small RD 6 ***Ch 2, dc in same stitch. (Repeat the following 14 times) Dc in the next four spaces*** I think that you meant to have it to say: Dc in the next five spaces instead of four…I only noticed when I got to the end of the round and the stitches didn’t even out was all…
    Again, Thank you for sharing your work with the public…..

  18. I must be the only one that made this hat wrong…when I read (Rnd 2 and later) “Dc in the next space”…I DC’ed into the space in between the previous rows DC’s. Usually this would read: “Dc in the next stitch” (not space). After I was done with the hat, I looked at photos of already made hats and see that every one else DC into the next STITCH even though it says SPACE. Am I really the only one that noticed this?

    • Lynn, thank you so much for bringing this to my attention. I never noticed any difference between space or stitch in other patterns I have read. Usually if it is meant to be crocheted into the space in between the stitches, it reads “crochet in the space in between the stitches” or something to that effect. I will change the wording to limit future confusions and hope you didn’t have too many grievances working out the pattern.

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  20. Not sure what I’m doing wrong but I finished the hat and where I joined the rows, it’s a little longer than the rest. Kind of makes a pointed v .

    • Chance, there are 3 different things that could be wrong: Chaining too many at the beginning of each round, not ss at the right spot, or adding an extra dc at the beginning of each round.

  21. I somehow lost my usual “go to” basic beanie pattern and found yours while searching for a new one. I think I have found my new “go to” pattern :-) This worked up quickly and has beautiful stretch to it. I did need to add some additional rows, but I crochet very tightly. I am working on hats for a charity hat drive so I will be making these up in all sizes. Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern <3

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