Soft, feminine, delicate, warm, and pretty – the Lavender Kisses Beanie is the perfect match to the Lavender Kisses Cowl and a free one skein crochet pattern on Moogly!
Disclaimer: Materials for this pattern were provided by Yarnspirations.
Featuring Red Heart Unforgettable
Red Heart Unforgettable is one of my favorite Red Heart yarns of all time. I’ve used it in several designs, and it’s always a joy to return to it! It’s a thick and thin roving style yarn that adds a gorgeous high-end look to any project. And there are several beautiful colorways to choose from!
A Gift Set that Fits Most Teens and Adults
The Lavender Kisses Beanie, like the matching cowl, is sized to fit just about anyone over 12 years old. The brim of this crochet hat stretches from 20 inches all the way up to 24 inches!
The main portion of the hat is crocheted with a large hook – the same size used in the cowl. However, for the brim, I switched to a smaller hook for a better fit. If you need to adjust the brim size, just change the hook size – smaller for a tighter fit, larger for a looser fit!
Lavender Kisses Beanie
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US-M, 9.0mm hook – Susan Bates
US-J, 6.0mm hook – Susan Bates
135 yds Red Heart Unforgettable
(4 – Worsted; 100% acrylic; 100 g/3.5 oz, 247 m/270 yds)
Colorway shown: Pearly
Gauge: 10 sts x 5 rows = 4″/10 cm in main st pattern with larger hook
Finished Size: 20-24″ head circumference (fits most teens/adults)
Lavender Kisses Beanie Tutorial
Lavender Kisses Cowl – Matching Pattern
Rnd 1: With larger hook, make a magic circle, ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), work 11 dc in the ring; join. (12 dc)
Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc in first st, 2 dc in each rem st around; join. (24 dc)
Rnd 3: Ch 3, 2 dc in first st, skip next st, *3 dc in next st, skip next st; rep from * around, join. (36 dc)
Rnd 4: Ch 4 (does not count as a st here and throughout), skip first 2 sts, tr in next st, ch 2, working in front of tr just made, tr in first skipped st, *skip next 2 sts, tr in next st, ch 2, working in front of tr just made, tr in first skipped st; rep from * around, join to first tr. (24 tr)
Rnd 5: Sl st into first ch sp, ch 3, 4 dc in same ch sp, 5 dc in each rem ch sp around, join. (60 dc)
Rnd 6: Ch 4, skip the first 2 sts, tr in the next st, ch 1, working in front of tr just made, tr in first skipped st, *skip 2 sts, tr in next st, ch 1, working in front of tr just made, tr in first skipped st; rep from * around, join to first tr. (40 tr)
Rnd 7: Sl st into first ch sp, ch 3, 2 dc in same ch sp, 3 dc in each rem ch sp around, join. (60 dc)
Rnd 8 – 10: Rep Rnd 6 and 7, then 6 again.
Rnd 11 (Begin Brim): With smaller hook, rep Rnd 7.
Rnd 12 – 14: Ch 1, fpdc around first st, bpdc around next st, *fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st; rep from * around, join. After Rnd 14, break yarn and weave in ends.
LOOKING FOR MORE?
Are you looking for more crochet hat patterns? I have a bunch! You can browse all my patterns on Moogly or Ravelry – and check out some of my most recent designs: Venti Hood, Alpine Stripe Beanie, Rustic Diamond Hat, Smokestack Hat, and Trenta Hood!
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What is the magic Ring? Would you consider this a beginner or easy pattern project? Thanks
Hi Theresa! It’s also known as the magic circle, and there’s a video tutorial at https://www.mooglyblog.com/the-magic-circle/
I love your pattern! I’m nearly finished my first one.