Easy Breezy Bun Beanie Crochet Pattern

UPDATED 10/02/2020: Hello October! In September I released a new pumpkin pattern every Friday and it was so fun! I thought we’d keep up the momentum and release a new pattern every Friday in October too! This month I’ll be releasing ALL 5 of my Easy Breezy Patterns! Both the bun versions of this collection have already been up on my blog for a year now, but I wanted to update the posts to include all 4 sizes and a video tutorial! Be sure to check back each Friday for a new pattern and video tutorial to make each piece of this collection!

The Easy Breezy Ribbed Beanie was the first pattern to the Easy Breezy Collection. It’s been one of my best sellers on Etsy so I knew I wanted to adapt for more patterns! As someone who wears my hair up 24/7, I love the idea of a bun beanie! Now in the Fall and Winter I don’t have to choose between wearing my favorite hat or having my hair up, I can do both!

This pattern is beginner friendly and easily adaptable to make it the perfect size for you! The instructions include 4 sizes: Child 3-10 yrs, Teen/Adult Small, Adult Medium, & Adult Large. This version uses a medium weight yarn, for a light weight beanie perfect for cool, Fall weather.

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Now grab your hook & let’s get making!

Difficulty

Beginner

Notes

● Instructions are for the smallest size first, followed by the next sizes up in parenthesis. 
● The pattern is written to create a brim approximately 2” tall. To adjust the height of the beanie and the height of the brim, simply make your initial chain longer or shorter.
● The pattern is written to create a hat circumference approximately 5” smaller than the head circumference to make up for stretching. If you would like to make the hat circumference smaller or larger, simply add or subtract rows. Be sure you always end on a Row 4 (the opposite end of the bun hole).
● The CH 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch throughout the whole pattern. At the end of each row, chain 1 and turn, work the first stitch into the last HDC from the previous row.
● The number in parenthesis at the end of each row represents the total number of stitches to be worked in each row. The smallest size will be first, followed by the next sizes up. The SC around the center does not count as a ST.

Supplies

Medium (4) Weight Yarn
5.50mm (I) Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors
● Hair Elastic (optional)

Abbreviations (US Terms)

ST – Stitch
SL ST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
HDC BLO – Half Double Crochet Back Loop Only

HDC BLO

A finished stitch will have two loops when looking at it from above. The loop closest to you is the Front Loop and the one furthest away from you is the Back Loop. To work a HDC BLO, work a HDC as normal but work it in the back loop only.)

Gauge

14 stitches by 9 rows in HDC BLO = 4”by 4” square.
Adjust hook size up or down to meet gauge.

Sizes (In inches)Head CircumferenceHat CircumferenceHat Height (total length)Hat Height (w/ folded brim)
 Child (3-10 Years)19”-20”15”8.5”6.5”
Teen/ Adult Small21”16”9”7”
Adult Medium22”17”10”8”
Adult Large23”18”10.5”8.5”

Follow along with the video tutorial on YouTube!

Pattern

Step 1:

With Hair Elastic:

Attach yarn to hair elastic with a SL ST.

Move onto Step 2.

Without Hair Elastic:

CH 20 and SL ST to the 1st CH to create a ring.

(This will create approximately a 4” wide opening. Chain more or less for a larger or smaller opening). Move onto Step 2.

Step 2:

CH 31 (33, 36, 38)

Row 1: HDC in 2nd CH from hook and HDC in each ST across. SC around the hair elastic/center ring. CH 1 & turn. (30, 32, 35, 37)

Row 2: HDC BLO in each ST across. CH 1 & turn. (30, 32, 35, 37)

Row 3: HDC BLO in each ST across. SC around hair elastic/center ring. CH 1 & turn. (30, 32, 35, 37)

Row 4: HDC BLO in each ST across. CH 1 & turn. (30, 32, 35, 37)

Rows 5 – (34, 36, 38, 40): Repeat Rows 3 & 4

Step 3:

Fold hat in half. Working only in the front loop from the row you last worked and the beginning CH, SL ST in each ST from the bottom of the hat to the top. SL ST around the hair elastic/center ring and tie off yarn leaving a 6” tail. Weave in your ends, flip hat inside out, and fold up brim.

And you’re all done! I hope you enjoyed the Easy Breezy Bun Beanie pattern! I can’t wait to see your finished hat, so be sure to tag @theturtletrunk on Instagram!

You are free to sell the items you make with this pattern, and I’d love if you could please link back to this page. You do not have permission to republish or distribute this pattern in any way or claim it as your own. Do not use my photos in your sale listings or for any other purposes. Thank you.



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