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Bumpy Bear Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

 

This Free Crochet pattern teaches you how to Crochet The Raspberry Stitch. I set out to design this stitch so we crocheters could have a version that looked just as good as the knitted Raspberry Stitch. And it’s so easy to do!

 

Find more crochet stitches here on the category Crochet Stitches. 

 

Other patterns that use this stitch are:

Raspberry Stitch Slouch Hat

Raspberry Stitch Beanie

Raspberry Stitch Finger Less Gloves

Raspberry Stitch

Bumpy Bear Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

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For this Bumpy Bear Beanie project you will need

HOOK: 4.5mm hook , US size G

YARN: one skein of worsted weight 4ply US, 10ply AU.

A tapestry needle

two stitch markers of some kind.

 

Ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sk = skip
st(s) = Stitch(es)
scdec = single crochet decrease

Note: Because your adding earflaps, alter your raspberry beanies to be shorter. 13 rounds for newborns and 15 rounds for all other sizes. 

 

THE TUTORIALS:

 

RIGHT HANDED VERSION

 

LEFT HANDED VERSION

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MAKING THE EARS

 

Round 1
Ch 2, and work 6 sc’s into second chain from hook. (6)

 

Round 2
Do 2 single crochets in each st around (12)

 

Round 3
sl st into next st and ch 1, turn your project, back side facing you. Sc, dc, sc all in same stitch as ch 1,
*sk 1 st, and sc, dc, sc into next stitch*, repeat is in between *’s for rest of round

 

 

Rounds 4-6 (for 3 rounds)
sl st into beginning sc of round then, sc, dc, sc, in the same st *then sk 2 sts, sc, dc, sc in next stitch, repeat what is in between *’s

 

if your making the ears for an adult size hat and you want bigger ears just add more rows here.

 

Sl st into next st and ch 1, Cut tail, leave long tail to sew onto hat. Sew ears on before making earflaps.

 

MAKING THE EARS FLAPS

Flatten hat so your ears are straight. Making sure your flaps are going to be even, count from corner, over 6 sts on each side and mark for a total of 12 stitches. (If your making a baby hat, mark 10, if adult mark 14.)

Round 1
Attach your yarn where the right side of the hat is facing you and work 1 sc in each of the 12 sts.

Round 2

ch 1 and turn, work 1 sc in all 12 sts

 

Round 3
ch 1 and turn, scdec, sc 8, scdec

 

Round 4
ch 1 and turn, scdec, sc 6, scdec

 

Round 5
ch 1 and turn, scdec, sc 4, scdec

 

Round 6
ch 1 and turn, scdec, sc 2, scdec

 

Round 7
ch 1 and turn, scdec, scdec, ch 1 and cut yarn, leaving enough of a tail to be worked in with your tapestry needle.

Lay your hat flat again and recount out 12 sts on other side, attach your yarn with right side facing you and repeat earflap.

 

 

 

Cut several long pieces of yarn, about 28 or so, depending on how thick you want your braids to be, and separate then into two sets of 14.

 

 

 

Fold in half and attach one of the 14 strands to the right side of the flap by pulling up a loop, then pulling the tail through. Tighten, do the same for other 14 strands.

Separate into 3 even strands and braid. When braid is at desired length tie at least 3 knots with the braids to secure. Cut excess tails, leaving a small pom pom at end. Repeat for other flap.

Make sure to check to see if the second braid is even with the first before tying your knots.

 

combined braids

 

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