If you are looking to crochet a fun new design, then the Emily Diagonal Beanie Crochet Pattern is for you! This crochet pattern would make a great womens or mens beanie. The best part about this hat is that it works up fairly quickly and will keep you cozy warm this fall! Ready to get started? Scroll on down to learn how to crochet a beanie today with the pattern below.
While I was designing this diagonal beanie crochet pattern I knew that I wanted to use Lion Brand Wool – Ease Tonal. I ultimately chose it because of all the interesting shades that were available. I really love all the colors and highly suggest checking them out if you have a spare second! You will not be disappointed! After contemplating for a while I decided to use the color Gray Marble because it was neutral and would go with most any outfit. Plus, I love the way the yarn almost looks painted on. A win win! 🙂
(Click the yarn image below to check it out!)
This slouch only took about a total of two hours to make! My designing was mostly interspersed throughout my daughters swim practices and school pickup. So in reality you could get this beanie done in just one evening while Netflix binging! (Not that I do that! 😉) Pass the popcorn please! 🍿
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EMILY DIAGONAL CROCHET BEANIE
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- Advanced beginner
- 1 skein of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Tonal Yarn or less than 125 yards of Bulky 5 Yarn
- Size I Clover Crochet Hook 5.5 mm or whatever hook needed to obtain gauge
- Yarn needle
- (Optional) Clover Pom Maker or Faux Fur Pom
- Written in standard US terms
- sl st’s and ch 1’s do not count as stitches
- Gauge for each hat band row is 5 st’s = 2″
- Gauge for each hat band row height is approximately .43″
- Gauge for hat is approximately 4 sts for every 2″
- Click here If you are wondering why gauge is so important.
- Finished size is a 19.5″ circumference not stretched and a 9″ height.
- The finished size will fit most teen to adult women when correct gauge is followed.
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- sc = single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- sphdc = special half double crochet
- st(s)= stitch(es)
How to do the SPHDC
I worked the band using single crochets in the back loop to give it a ridged effect and then throughout hat used a special hdc stitch to give it a bumpy texture.
I’ll explain the special stitch in detail below, but it really is just working 1 almost completed hdc in the back loop of the indicated stitch and 1 completed hdc in the front loop of the same stitch.
CLOSING UP THE TOP OF THE HAT
After I finished up the last row of the beanie I used a yarn needle to weave in the top of the hat to close it up like shown in the pictures below. If you need help with this part, I suggest watching this video tutorial on how to close the hole in a beanie from Elk Studio. Thanks Kathy!
BAND OF BEANIE
To Begin: ch 6
Row 1: in second ch from the hook, sc, sc in each ch across. (5)
Row 2: ch 1, in first st sc in the back loop, sc in the back loop of each st across. (5)
Row 3 -44: Repeat row 2. (5)
To Finish The Band: ch 1, hold the two short ends of the band together to join. sl st up the side of the band to join together, do not fasten off.
MAIN PART OF BEANIE
Round 1: ch 1, working along long edge of band sc 45 times around evenly. (45)
Round 2: ch 1, sc in the first st, sc , sphdc stitch (see notes section above), *sc, sc, sphdc, repeat around ending with 1 sphdc in last st, sl st to the top of the first st in row. (45)
Round 3: ch 1, sc in the first st, sphdc, sc, sc, *sphdc, sc, sc, repeat from * around ending with a sphdc and sc in last st, sl st to top of the first st in the row. (45)
Round 4: ch 1, starting in first st sphdc, sc, sc, *sphdc, sc, sc, repeating from * around and ending with a sc in the last st, sl st to top of first st. (45)
Round 5 – 16: repeat rows 2-4 (45)
Finishing: Cinch together top of hat and fasten in loose ends throughout the crochet beanie with a yarn needle.
This diagonal beanie crochet pattern is such an easy design that I’m confident a crocheter who is wanting to try an advanced beginner pattern would be able to complete it with no problem. I promise! If you do have any questions just send me a message through my contact page.
Also stay tuned I have a baby hat crochet pattern of this in the works! <3
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