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Hats & Beanies Winter Patterns

Argyle Hat

Who doesn’t love argyle? This is one of those “simple to make, but looks hard” kind of pattern that you can whip up while watching your favorite show on the weekend. Once you get the hang of the color changes, making this hat is easy. Quick note on the yarn: …

Hats & Beanies Winter Patterns

Tunisian Bend Stitch Hat

This pattern was requested by a YouTube subscriber as part of a series of Tunisian Crochet patterns. This project is for intermediate to advanced crocheters who are familiar with Tunisian Crochet stitches: TS and Purl. In this pattern, we will be skipping and crossing over stitches, so you will need to be comfortable with basic Tunisian stitches in order to complete the pattern.

Now let’s talk about yarn. In the tutorial, I used a medium yarn for both the brim and the hat. In the pattern, I used a bulky #5 yarn (for the purple hat in the tutorial). You can use ANY yarn you want for your hat. If you chose a different sized yarn than what is written in the pattern, you will need to adjust your hook size to match your yarn.

Here are some suggested hook size adjustments, but please feel free to try different gauges and use whichever one you like best:

  • Size #1 yarn, use 4.25 mm hook
  • Size #3 or 3.5 yarn, use a 5 mm hook
  • Size #4 yarn, use a 5 mm or 5.5 mm hook
  • Size #5 bulky yarn, use 6 mm hook.

If you’d like some yarn suggestions, head to the bottom of the post. I’ll also link the shop pages where you can find each yarn.

Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:

Yarn: 1 skein of medium yarn for the brim.

2 skeins* of a bulky yarn, size 5, in one color, for the body of the hat.  

*You only require one skein to make the hat, however, you will be using a thread of yarn on each of the two ends of the hook. It is easier to use two skeins to keep your yarn from tangling, but you can use a single skein and use both a side pull and a center pull in order to have two threads to work with. 

Hook: 6 mm Tunisian Crochet hook, double-ended. You can use this same hook for the brim, as well, but you’d only use one side. 

Additional materials: scissors, measuring tape & yarn needles that fit each yarn size. Pom Pom optional.

Notes: This pattern is worked in the round in order to achieve the “twisted” look. Crochet your brim and sew it closed (so it is ready-to-wear), then crochet the body of the hat. The body is crocheted in one size, and without decreases. You cinch the end to close the hat. 

PDF pattern includes the pattern for the Tunisian Brim.

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Skill level: Intermediate

Intermediate/Experienced Crocheter Tutorial

For questions or comments on this pattern, please contact Atenas:

atenas@modebespoke.com





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If you are selling your work from my patterns, please do not use my photos to display your work. You may not use my written work, photos, or any other content posted on my blog, YouTube, Instagram, or other sites as your own or display them for public use. Please do not distribute purchased patterns, they intended for personal use.

I work very hard to create, edit, and share my patterns, I ask you to please be respectful of my work.

Hats & Beanies Winter Patterns

Chunky Crochet Hat

This is one super-chunky, thick, and soft crochet hat for all of my friends that live in cold winter weather places!

The pattern calls for size #6, super-bulky yarn BUT you can use any yarn you want 🙂 In the pattern, you will also see a skein of medium yarn listed for the brim. This again, is up to you. I prefer to use medium yarn for the brim to keep it from being too bulky, but it’s a personal preference.

If you do chose to use a different yarn, here are some suggested hook size adjustments, but please feel free to try different gauges and use whichever one you like best:

  • Size #1 yarn, use 4.25 mm hook
  • Size #3 or 3.5 yarn, use a 5 mm hook
  • Size #4 yarn, use a 5 mm or 5.5 mm hook
  • Size #5 bulky yarn, use 6 mm hook.
  • Size #6 super bulky yarn, use 9mm hook.

If you’d like some yarn suggestions, head to the bottom of the post. I’ll also link the shop pages where you can find each yarn.

Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:

Yarn: 2 skeins of any light or medium size yarn. One skein in each of the two colors you want to use. Color 1, will be used for the brim. 

Yarn: 1 skein of a medium-sized yarn for the brim.

          1 skein of super bulky, size 6 yarn for the hat 

             (appx. 74 yds/ 67 m for an adult hat).

Hook:  5.5 mm, for brim

             9 mm, for hat

Additional materials: scissors, measuring tape & yarn needles that fit each of your yarns. Pom Pom, optional. 

Notes: This pattern makes a thick, chunky winter hat. For a more lightweight hat, substitute the chunky yarn for a size 3 or 4 medium yarn. This hat is worked in the round. The body is crocheted in one size, and without decreases. You cinch the top to close the hat. 

PDF pattern includes the pattern for the Tunisian Brim.

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Skill level: Intermediate

Intermediate/Experienced Crocheter Tutorial

For questions or comments on this pattern, please contact Atenas:

atenas@modebespoke.com





Disclosures & Copyright

The photos and content on this site belong to Mode Bespoke, unless otherwise stated. All rights reserved.

If you are selling your work from my patterns, please do not use my photos to display your work. You may not use my written work, photos, or any other content posted on my blog, YouTube, Instagram, or other sites as your own or display them for public use. Please do not distribute purchased patterns, they intended for personal use.

I work very hard to create, edit, and share my patterns, I ask you to please be respectful of my work.

Baby Hats & Beanies

Crochet Bonnet

This cute bonnet was requested by a friend as a Halloween Costume for her little one (she was a hen, so the bonnet also had a comb which is not pictured.

This got me thinking, maybe someone else could use a bonnet? Anyhow, here is the pattern 🙂 The pattern does include sizing for children, teens and adults.

Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:

Yarn: 1 skein of medium yarn.* 

Hook: 5 mm

Additional materials: Scissors, Measuring Tape, yarn needle.

Notes: This pattern is worked by completing the body of the bonnet, then completing the back and ties. 

*if using a light yarn, such as a baby yarn, use a 4.25 mm hook. 

PDF Pattern

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Skill level: Intermediate

Intermediate/Experienced Crocheter Tutorial

For questions or comments on this pattern, please contact Atenas:

atenas@modebespoke.com



Disclosures & Copyright

The photos and content on this site belong to Mode Bespoke, unless otherwise stated. All rights reserved.

If you are selling your work from my patterns, please do not use my photos to display your work. You may not use my written work, photos, or any other content posted on my blog, YouTube, Instagram, or other sites as your own or display them for public use. Please do not distribute purchased patterns, they intended for personal use.

I work very hard to create, edit, and share my patterns, I ask you to please be respectful of my work.

Hats & Beanies Winter Patterns

Twisted Moss Stitch Hat

This pattern is surprisingly easy to crochet, and looks fantastic no matter what yarn you use! With that said, I should probably talk yarn options here.

The yarn I used for the green and tan hat is a size #1, fingering yarn which makes a lightweight hat great fall or spring. Yes, I know, that is super thin, but please note that I am working two threads simultaneously. So it makes my project thicker, and easier to work with than working with just one thread.

The teal and grey hat is crocheted using a size #3 light yarn. It makes a thicker, more winter-friendly hat than the fingering yarn.

You can use ANY yarn you want, but please note that once you get to the bulky yarns, you’ll end up with a super thick hat that may not look as nice. But you are the artist here, so use the yarn of your choosing.

Here are some suggested hook size adjustments, but please feel free to try different gauges and use whichever one you like best:

  • Size #1 yarn, use 4.25 mm hook
  • Size #3 or 3.5 yarn, use a 5 mm hook
  • Size #4 yarn, use a 5 mm or 5.5 mm hook
  • Size #5 bulky yarn, use 6 mm hook.

If you’d like some yarn suggestions, head to the bottom of the post. I’ll also link the shop pages where you can find each yarn.

Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:

Yarn: 2 skeins of any light or medium size yarn. One skein in each of the two colors you want to use. Color 1, will be used for the brim. 

Hook: G, 4.25 mm or H, 5 mm. For a tighter knit, use the smaller hook.  

Additional materials: scissors, measuring tape & needle. 

Notes: This pattern is worked in the round in order to achieve the “twisted” look. Crochet your brim and sew it closed (so it is ready-to-wear), then crochet the body of the hat. The body is crocheted in one size, and without decreases. You cinch the end to close the hat. 

PDF pattern includes the pattern for the Tunisian Brim.

Instant Download PDF

Skill level: Intermediate

Intermediate/Experienced Crocheter Tutorial

For questions or comments on this pattern, please contact Atenas:

atenas@modebespoke.com





Disclosures & Copyright

The photos and content on this site belong to Mode Bespoke, unless otherwise stated. All rights reserved.

If you are selling your work from my patterns, please do not use my photos to display your work. You may not use my written work, photos, or any other content posted on my blog, YouTube, Instagram, or other sites as your own or display them for public use. Please do not distribute purchased patterns, they intended for personal use.

I work very hard to create, edit, and share my patterns, I ask you to please be respectful of my work.