This Free Crochet pattern teaches you how to make a Crocheted Beanie using the Bean Stitch.

 

For more Beanie patterns click here Crochet Beanies

 

Other patterns that use this stitch are:

Bean Stitch Purse

Bean Stitch – In Rows – Crochet Stitch

Bean Stitch Coasters

 

Bean Stitch Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

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Bean Stitch Beanie Comb 600 WM

 

 

For this Bean Stitch Beanie project you will need:

HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US

YARN: 1 skein of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

100 grams / 3.5. oz

240 meters / 262 yards

 

Abbreviations
Ch = chain
BS = Bean Stitch
sl st = slip stitch
sk a st = skip a stitch
scdec = single crochet decrease
* = repeat what is in between

Gauge is
5cms / 2 inches = 7 total BS

Bean Stitch Beanie Gauge 1

Sizing:
Baby – inc to row 3 – 18 beans then 8 more rows of BS’s before rim 3 – 8months
Toddler – inc to row 4 – 24 beans then 14 more rows of BS’s before rim 9 months to 2 years old
Child – using a 4mm / G hook – inc to row 5 – 30 beans then 14 rows of BS’s before rim 3 years to 8 years
Adult – inc to row 5 – 30 beans then 14 rows of BS’s before rim

NOTE: As you can see the pattern for Child and Adult are the same only difference is the size of hook used. All hats use 5mm / H hook except for Child size, it uses 4mm / G hook

 

 

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To start:
Ch 5 and sl st into beginning ch to form a ring, ch 1

 

Round 1
BS 6 into center of ring, sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and Turn your work (6 BS’s)

 

Round 2
(NOTE: Work your BS’s into the stitch to the left of each BS from the previous round. You will always put your first BS of the round in the same st that you slip stitched into to end the previous round.)

 

Bean Stitch Beanie 2

 

 

*BS 2 into all spaces in between each BS from round 1*, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and urn your work (12 BS’s)

 

Round 3 – Baby Size stop increasing here
*BS 1. BS 2 into the next*, repeat, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and turn your work (18 BS’s) ( see Baby size Below )

 

Round 4 – Toddler size stop increasing here
*BS 1 into the next two stitches. BS 2 into the next*, repeat, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and turn your work (24 BS’s) ( see Toddler size below )

 

Round 5 – Child / Adult size
*BS 1 into the next three stitches. BS 2 into the next*, repeat, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and turn your work (30 BS’s) ( see child / adult size below )

 

BABY SIZE

Rounds 4 – 11 ( 8 rounds)
BS 1 into each stitch around, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and turn your work.

 

TODDLER SIZE

5 – 19 ( 14 rounds )
BS 1 into each stitch around, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and turn your work.

 

CHILD / ADULT SIZE

Rounds 6 – 20 ( 14 rounds)
BS 1 into each stitch around, No need to ch 1 after the last bean stitch of the round, just sl st into beginning st to end round, ch 1 and turn your work.

 

 

THE RIM

 

BABY SIZE

Round 12
sc in all sts around, there are two stitches for each BS so you have 18 BS’s, so you should have 36 sts total. Sc in all 36 sts.

 

Round 13
*scdec, sc in next 5 sts * repeat. Stop when you have 4 sts left of the round, scdec twice using these last 4 sts (30 sts)

 

Round 14
sc in all sts around, you should have 30 sts total

 

Round 15
sl st into beginning st, then do a elongated BS using the space next to the BS’s on round 11. sc into next 4 sts, count over 3 BS over on row 11, and put your next elongated BS. Sc 4 and repeat. Make sure that you have your elongated BS’s after every 3rd BS on round 11. SL st into beginning st and ch 1, cut yarn leaving a long tail to be worked in with a tapestry needle.

 

TODDLER SIZE

Round 20
sc in all sts around, there are two stitches for each BS so you have 24 BS’s, so you should have 48 sts total. Sc in all 48 sts.

 

Round 21
*scdec, sc in next 5 sts * repeat. Stop when you have 4 sts left of the round, scdec twice using these last 4 sts (40 sts) (if you need to back up to do more decreasing to get your 40 sts, then do so.)

 

Round 22
sc in all 40 sts around.

 

Round 23
sl st into beginning st, then do a elongated BS using the space next to the BS’s on round 19. sc into next 4 sts, count over 3 BS over on row 19, and put your next elongated BS. Sc 4 and repeat. Make sure that you have your elongated BS’s after every 3rd BS on round 19. SL st into beginning st and ch 1, cut yarn leaving a long tail to be worked in with a tapestry needle.

 

CHILD / ADULT SIZE

Round 21
sc in all sts around, there are two stitches for each BS so you have 30 BS’s, so you should have 60 sts total. Sc in all 60 sts.

 

Round 22
*scdec, sc in next 5 sts * repeat. Stop when you have 4 sts left of the round, scdec twice using these last 4 sts (53 sts)

 

Round 23
*scdec, sc in next 5 sts * repeat. (43 sts)

 

Round 24
sl st into beginning st, then do a elongated BS using the space next to the BS’s on round 20. sc into next 4 sts, count over 3 BS over on row 20, and put your next elongated BS. Sc 4 and repeat. Make sure that you have your elongated BS’s after every 3rd BS on round 20. SL st into beginning st and ch 1, cut yarn leaving a long tail to be worked in with a tapestry needle.

 

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