Glacier Beanie Crochet Pattern

I’ve become obsessed with bobbles over the past few months. I can’t get enough of them, and it seems like I see them everywhere I look! It’s funny how once you are thinking about something, you see it all around you. At first I was thinking of making a bobble stitch scarf or blanket… but then I realized that I have a shortage of crochet hat patterns on this site! I really wanted to come up with a simple, quick hat pattern for my crochet followers to enjoy.

I decided to work with Knit Picks Biggo Yarn. This bulky weight yarn is gorgeous and incredibly soft. I’ve been a fan of it for years now, and had a few extra hanks lying around to experiment with.

I think you guys will really enjoy the pattern that I came up with. It is very simple and quick. And best of all, you will only need one hank of yarn!


I have written out and posted the free pattern below on this page.

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Glacier Beanie Crochet Pattern

Materials:

To make one beanie, you will need the following materials:

One Size: Adult (head circumference 19-22 inches).

Gauge:

9.5 stitches X 5 Rows = 4” in double crochet.

New Tools from The Hook Nook. An assortment of Hook Nook tools and hooks on a blue background

Special Stitches & Abbreviations:

Ch: Chain.

Sc: Single Crochet.

Dc: Double Crochet.

St: Stitch.

Sl st: Slip Stitch.

Blo: Back Loop Only.

Bo: Bobble Stitch: *Yarn over, insert hook into specified stitch and draw up a loop; yarn over and draw through two loops; repeat from * four more times in same stitch; yarn over and draw through all six loops remaining on hook; bobble made.

CSDC: Chainless Starting Single Crochet.

CSSC:  Chainless Starting Double Crochet.

Pattern:

Brim:

The brim is worked flat and then the ends are joined together.

Row 1:  CH8, SC in second ch from hook and in each remaining ch, turn (7 sts).

Rows 2-42: CH1, SC in blo of each sc, turn (7 sts).

Brim will measure approximately 16 inches unstretched.

Do not fasten off.  Fold brim in half, lining up stitches of foundation chain row and last row to form a loop.  CH1 and seam the ends together by slip stitching through stitches of the foundation chain row and last row (blo).  Continue to Remainder of Hat.

Remainder of Hat:

The body of the hat is worked in the round along the brim that was just completed.


The first sitch of every round is worked as a chainless starting double crochet, or chainless starting single crochet. If you do not know how to work these stitches, replace them as follows:

Chainless Starting Single Crochet: Chain 1 (does not count as a stitch), SC in same stitch.

Chainless Starting Double Crochet: Chain 3 (does not count as a stitch), DC in same stitch.


Round 1: DC 45 sts evenly spaced around the brim and join to first DC with sl st (45 sts).

Round 2: CSSC in fist dc; DC in next 6 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; *SC in next dc, DC in next 6 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; repeat from * to end of round. Join to first SC with sl st (45 sts).

Round 3: CSDC in first st; DC in each st to end of round.  Join to first DC with sl st (45 sts). 

Round 4:  CSDC in fist dc; DC in next 2 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; *SC in next dc, DC in next 6 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; repeat from * to last four sts; SC in next dc, DC in last 3 dc.  Join to first DC with sl st (45 sts).

Round 5:  CSDC in first st; DC in each st to end of round.  Join to first DC with slip stitch (45 sts). 

Round 6:  CSSC in fist dc; DC in next 6 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; *SC in next dc, DC in next 6 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; repeat from * to end of round. Join to first SC with sl st (45 sts).

Round 7:  CSDC in first st; DC2Tog, DC in next 6 sts; *DC in next st; DC2Tog, DC in next 6 sts; repeat from * to end of round.  Join to first DC with sl st (40 sts).

Round 8:  CSDC in fist dc; DC in next dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; *SC in next dc, DC in next 5 dc, SC in next dc, BO in next dc; repeat from * to last four sts; SC in next dc, DC in last 3 dc.  Join to first DC with sl st (40 sts).

Round 9: CSDC in first st; DC in next st, DC2Tog; *DC in next 2 sts; DC2Tog; repeat from * to end of round. Join to first DC with sl st (30 sts).

Cut yarn, leaving a 10” tail.

Thread yarn onto tapestry needle, and weave through front loop of all stitches. Pull tight (like a drawstring) – this will close the top of the hat. Making sure that top of hat is completely closed, secure tail on the inside of the hat.

Attach a pompom to the top of the hat or leave it as is, and weave in all loose ends.

I hope you enjoyed this free pattern and I am so grateful for your support!  Don’t forget that you can purchase the ad-free PDF file.  Purchasing the PDF file helps support this website and allows me to continue to share my patterns and inspiration with you guys!   

Should you have any issues with the download, please email: info@leeleeknits.com for assistance. 

Purchase the PDF file (which will be emailed to you automatically after purchase) for $5 USD by clicking the button below or through Ravelry


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