If you’ve been searching online for crochet patterns lately, then you know that the obsession has been off the charts for the messy bun beanie hats! I promise this is one of the easiest messy bun patterns you can try and it’s free too! Read on down to get started with this simple bun hat today.
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Everyone is making them
These crochet messy bun hats are literally everywhere! Well, I decided to add one more of these to the mix because my daughter is a swimmer and this type of hat is perfect for her wet hair after practice! It’s a win win.
This one only takes an Hour!
These kind of beanies are perfect for keeping you warm and your
hair bun messy…? 🙂 Well, as long as you have long enough hair to pull into a bun and know how to do a messy bun! 🙂 My version of the messy bun hat takes only 1 hour to complete and lets face it, we need these kind of quick projects between work, life and after school activities!Well, that and coffee .. Always coffee! ☕
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I decided to use Cozy Wool in Pewter, which is a half acrylic half wool blend from Michaels because I love how soft it is! And the color choices, like the Pewter I used are pretty amazing too! You will love working with this yarn because it is so extremely bulky and works up fast! If you don’t have this particular yarn on hand, you could substitute any super bulky yarn in its place and it would still work out great!
Ready to get started?
If you think you are ready to jump in and learn how to make this 1 hour crochet bun hat then scroll on down to find the full, FREE pattern or “Click Here” to purchase an AD-FREE PDF in my pattern shop! Happy Crocheting Friends! 🙂
1 HOUR FREE CROCHET MESSY BUN BEANIE PATTERN
- Advanced beginner
- 1 hair elastic
- 1 skein of Cozy Wool from Michaels or less than 90 yards of any (6) super bulky yarn.
- 9 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Scissors (I recommend stork scissors!)
- 1 one inch coconut button
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- hdc = half double crochet
- sc = single crochet
- st = stitch
6 stitches for every 4 inches
- Written in US terms
- Fits most teen to adult women
- Sl St’s do not count as stitches
- Add to Ravelry
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- 20 inch circumference & a 7″ height (using a 9mm crochet hook)
- To make the pattern slightly larger use a 10mm crochet hook and crochet pattern as written.
crochet messy bun hat with elastic
“Click Here“ to watch a video tutorial on how to attach yarn to a hair tie.
Begin: Attach yarn to hair elastic like shown in the pictures.
After you get your yarn attached to the hair elastic you can begin!
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If you need any help with this part feel free to ask away! You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Messy Bun Beanie Hat making!
THE FREE MESSY BUN CROCHET PATTERN
Round 1: sc 12 times around hair tie, sl st to top of first sc to complete round (12)
Round 2: ch 1, in first st hdc & sc, *hdc & sc in next st, repeat from * around, sl st to top of first hdc. (24)
Round 3: ch1, in first st *2 hdc’s, sc in next st, repeat from *, sl st to top of first hdc. (36)
Round 4: ch1, starting in first st *hdc, in next st sc, repeat from * around, sl st to top of first hdc. (36)
Round 5-11: repeat round 4. (36)
Round 12: ch 1, sc in first st, sc in each remaining st around, sl st to top of first sc. (36)
Round 13: ch 1, sl st in first st, sl st in each remaining st around, sl st to top of first sc. (36)
To Finish: Ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from the hook, sc in each remaining ch, sl st to top of the first st in round 13. (5) Fasten off, leaving a 12 inch tail. Attach flap to beanie with yarn needle and 12 tail, next attach the button with the remaining yarn tail left.
Finally, weave in the ends of yarn throughout your messy bun beanie!
You are done! I hope you enjoyed this messy bun beanie pattern!
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