This Free Crochet pattern teaches you how to make a Wavy Beanie. This tutorial shows you sizes 3 months to adults. Pattern comes with pictures and sizes as well.

 

For more Beanie patterns click here Crochet Beanies

 

Other Patterns that use this Stitch:

Wavy Stitch Draw Bag

The Wavy Stitch – in row & in the round

Wavy Stitch Slouch Hat

Wavy Stitch Handbag

 

Wavy Stitch Beanie – Free Crochet Pattern

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Wavy stitch beanie c

 

For this Wavy Stitch Beanie project you will need

YARN: 3 colors of worsted weight 10 ply (US 4 ply) yarn.
HOOK: Depending on the size hat you wish to make you will be using either a 5mm/ H hook or 5.5mm/I hook

marker of some kind.

 

Beanie size recommendations

3 to 6 months – stop increasing after round 4 – and use a 5mm / H hook
6 to 12 months – stop increasing after round 4 – and use a 5.5mm/I hook
1 – 4 years – stop increasing after round 5 – and use a 5mm / H hook
5 – years old to adults – stop increasing after round 5 – and use a 5.5mm/I hook

 

I first saw this stitch here http://snasent.me/2012/08/08/oppskrift-pa-heklet-bolgeteppe/ and fell in love with it! I’m excited to share it with you!

NOTE: This will show you how to work the pattern from the beginning of the round to the end, but this can leave a seam, so once you learn the pattern, if your advanced, I recommend making your color changes in a different place as to not leave a seam.

The Flower I used on the picture you see on the hat is from the divine flower tutorial, only difference is, I did the center and outside petals in a different color.

The pattern and tutorial for the flower can be found here http://meladorascreations-com.webs.com/divinecrochetflower.htm You could even add another row and add more color into your flower, just double the amount of petals you do in each section for the next row.

 

Abbreviations
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
sk a st = skip a stitch
sl st = slip stitch
st(s) = stitch(es)
sc dec = single crochet decrease

 

I USED

Cream White which I will be referring to in this pattern as A color.
Dark Purple which I will be referring to in this pattern as B color.
Bright Pink which I will be referring to in this pattern as C color.

 

 

THE TUTORIALS:

 

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To Start:
ch 4 and sl st into beginning ch to form a loop.

 

Round 1 (With B color Dark Purple)
Ch 2 (does NOT counts as first dc) dc 14 into loop, sl st into the top of the beginning ch 2 (14 sts)

 

Round 2
ch 1 and pull up loop,dc 2 into same st, dc 2 in all sts around, ignoring the ch1 and pull up, sl into beginning st to end the round.
(28 sts)

 

Round 3
ch 1 and pull up a loop, * dc 2 in same st, dc 1 into next st * repeat til end of round, sl st into beginning st (42 sts)

 

Round 4
ch 1 and pull up a loop, * dc 2 in same st, dc 1 into next two sts * repeat til end of round, sl st into beginning st (56 sts)

 

Round 5
ch 1 and pull up a loop, * dc 2 in same st, dc 1 into next three sts * repeat til end of round, sl st into beginning st (70 sts)

 

Round 6 ( With C color Bright Pink)
ch 1 and * dc 7 into same st, skip 3 sts and sc in the next 7 sts, skip three sts* repeat sl st into beginning st. (70 sts)

 

Round 7 (With A Color Cream White)
ch 1 and turn your work, sc into first space to the left and sc in each st across, make sure to sc into the stitch where you attached your yarn then sl st into beginning sc. (70 sts)

 

Round 8 (With B color Dark Purple)
ch 1 and turn your work, * sc into the the first 7 sts, (make sure when your single crocheting this first 7 that your 4th st is at the top of the shell, if not you may need to skip a stitch or decrease a stitch) skip 3 sts, DC 7 sts, skip 3 sts, sc 1 in the next 7 sts * repeat for the rest of round, sl st into beginning st. (70 sts)

 

Wavy Stitch Beanie 1

 

 

Round 9 (With A Color Cream White)
ch 1 and turn your work, sc in each st across, sl st into beginning st. (70 sts)

 

Round 10 ( With C color Bright Pink)
ch 1 and turn your work, * skip 3 sts, dc 7 into same st, skip 3 sts, sc into next 7 sts, * repeat for the rest of round, sl st into beginning st. * (70 sts)

 

 

Wavy Stitch Beanie 3

 

Round 11 (With A Color Cream White)
ch 1 and turn your work, sc in each st across, sl st into beginning st. (70 sts)

 

Rounds 12 – 16
Count your stitches every few rounds to make sure you still have 70 sts and
Repeat rounds 8 – 11

 

 

 

Round 17 (With B color Dark Purple)
ch 1 and turn your work, * sc into the the first 7 sts, skip 3 sts, DC 7 sts, skip 3 sts, sc 1 in the next 7 sts * repeat for the rest of round, sl st into beginning st. (70 sts)

 

 

MAKING THE RIM

Round 1 of Rim (With C color Bright Pink)

No need to turn your work anymore.

Sc in each stitch around, place a marker in the first stitch because we will be working in one continuous round. Make sure you count your stitches and make sure you have 70, if you don’t then this is the time to make any adjustments.

 

Round 2 of Rim
* sc 3 then do a sc dec * (3 to 12 months – 45 sts) (1 years – adults 56 sts)

 

Round 3 (With A Color Cream White)
sc in each st around (3 to 12 months – 45 sts) (1 years – adults 56 sts)

 

Round 4 (With B color Dark Purple)
*sc 4, sc dec, * repeat for end of round (3 to 12 months – 38 sts) (1 years – adults 47 sts)

 

Round 5 (With B color Dark Purple)
sc in each st around (3 to 12 months – 38 sts) (1 years – adults 47 sts)

 

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