Oversized Messy Bun Puff Stitch Slouchy Beanie Adult Size Crochet Pattern

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When creating this oversized messy bun puff stitch slouchy beanie I wanted to make a hat which has a beautiful texture and can be worn with a variety of hairstyles. Also, it can be customized with all different colors. This messy bun puff stitch slouchy beanie version will be for an adult. I do have a regular version of this beanie here. This hat is worked in a spiral, so I use a stitch marker to mark the last stitch of the round. Let me know in the comment’s below or message me on Instagram if you want the pattern in a different size.



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All photos are by Kirsten Jonora Renfroe and are copyrighted by me. Please do not redistribute or copy this pattern or photos as your own. Saving the photos on Pinterest and other social media platforms are okay, but please give me credit using @kjonorarenfroe or @JonoraFabrics on Instagram and please link to my website www.kirstenjonorarenfroe.com. Feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions for any more crochet tutorials you would like to see on the blog or my Youtube channel.

Materials and Measurements:

Yarn Weight: 4 ply, medium worsted weight yarn*

Hook Size: H or 5.00mm*

Hat Length: 12 inches (approximately) (includes brim)

Circumference: 22 inches (approximately)

Tapestry Needle (optional)*

Stitches Used:

  • Foundation Half Double Crochet: Here a great Youtube video on how to do foundation half crochet:

  • Puff Stitch:  Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop (repeat this two more times for a total of 7 loops on the hook). Yarn over and pull through all 7 loops, Chain 1.
  • Foundation Single Crochet: Here a great Youtube video on how to do foundation half double crochet:

  • Single Crochet
  • Slip stitch




Pattern

Round 1: 12 Foundation Half Double Crochet, 1 Slip Stitch to the first stitch (12 half double crochet stitches total) ( 12 Half Double Crochet stitches in this round)

Round 2: 1 puff stitch in the same stitch as the slip stitch from the previous row (Place a stitch marker in the chain 1), 1 puff stitch in each stitch around. (Place a stitch marker in the chain 1 of the last puff stitch made in this round) From this round forward you will be working in the chain 1 space made in between the puff stitches. (12 Half Double Crochet stitches in this round)

Round 3: *1 puff stitch in the next chain 1 space, 2 puff stitches in each chain 1 space* Repeat * to * all the way around for a total of 18 puff stitches. (18 puff stitches in this round)

Round 4: *1 puff stitch in the next two chain 1 spaces, 2 puff stitches in each chain 1 space* Repeat * to * all the way around for a total of 24 puff stitches. (24 puff stitches in this round)

Round 5: *1 puff stitch in the next three chain 1 spaces, 2 puff stitches in each chain 1 space* Repeat * to * all the way around for a total of 30 puff stitches. (30 puff stitches in this round)

Round 6: *1 puff stitch in the next four chain 1 spaces, 2 puff stitches in each chain 1 space* Repeat * to * all the way around for a total of 36 puff stitches. (36 puff stitches in this round) (The diameter is 6.25 inches for the crown of the hat.)

Round 7-Round 20: 1 puff stitch in each chain 1 space around (8 inches in height)

Brim (the brim is approximately 2.75 in height) (Worked in rows and now rounds)

Row 21: 1 slip stitch into the next stitch, 8 foundation single crochet (8 single crochet across)

Row 22: chain 1, 1 single crochet in back loop of each stitch across

Row 23: 1 slip stitch in the next two stitches, chain 1, turn

Row 24: 1 single crochet in back loop of each stitch across

Repeat Rows 23 and 24 all the way around the hat then slip stitch both ends of the brim together.

Row 25: 1 slip stitch in each stitch around the brim

Tag @jonorafabrics or @kjonorarenfroe on Instagram, I would love to see the color combos you use for your hat.




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All photos are by Kirsten Jonora Renfroe and are copyrighted by me. Please do not redistribute or copy this pattern or photos as your own. Saving the photos on Pinterest and other social media platforms are okay, but please give me credit using @kjonorarenfroe or @JonoraFabrics on Instagram and please link to my website www.kirstenjonorarenfroe.com. Feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions for any more crochet tutorials you would like to see on the blog or my Youtube channel.

 

 

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