I am so excited to have another guest designer on the blog today! This time Shanice of Crochetastic Boutique is sharing a beautiful hat crochet pattern with us!
The Harper Pine Beanie is a beautiful, bottom up beanie!
You will need bulky (#5) weight yarn in 3 coordinating colors. Shanice recommends using Patons Shetland Chunky yarn for this beanie.
This pattern is rated Intermediate on the difficulty scale.
I’m Shanice, a 27 year old military spouse who loves all things crochet and crafts! I started crocheting when I met my now husband; he is actually the person who encouraged me to go for it! We were long distance our entire dating relationship and 7 months into our marriage. (Craziness!) He serves in the military and there were times where I had no way of talking to him or knowing when I would be able to. I spent a lot of my time worrying about his safety then I decided I needed find a way to release the stress and cope with the distance when I found crochet!
It is always fascinating how creative you can get with a skein of yarn. I joined the Instagram fiber community last year and it has been the most inspiring, uplifting community! I love learning new techniques, discovering new yarn, and just bonding with friends who share the same passion!
What inspired the design behind the Harper Pine Beanie is my newfound love for the outdoors! Since moving overseas, I made a conscious effort to get outdoors and explore everything around me. The chevron peaks represent mountains and adventure.
When I’m not designing, I’m eating! Haha! I may be tiny but ya girl can pack away some food! I love learning about different cultures, spices, and recipes!
Fun fact about me: I LOVE scary movies! I love the thrill and adrenaline rush! I’m also afraid of the dark…gotta have balance, right?
I’m so beyond thrilled to be a guest blog designer for Michelle. I hope you enjoy making Harper Pine Beanies. I can’t wait to see all your amazing color combos!
Harper Pine Beanie Crochet Pattern
J/K hook (or hook(s) needed to
One skein of Patons Shetland
Chunky yarn in 3 colors (yarn
weight: 5)-Color A: medium blue
-Color B: white
-Color C: gold
Faux fur pom-pom (optional)
10” x 9”
11 sc x 12 rows = 4” (J
Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd chain from
hook and across, turn (11)
Row 2-12: ch 1, sc in first st and
each st across, turn (11)
Abbreviations (US terms):
Blo: back loop only
Csc: center single crochet
Csc2tog: center single crochet 2
Sl st: slip stitch
This beanie pattern is sized for an adult with a head circumference between
18”-20”. To make a more slouchy/larger beanie, you may want to jump up a
When working the csc stitch, remember to work the stitch with loose tension!
I highly recommend using Patons Shetland Chunky although other brands
were used during testing. To avoid making a stiff beanie, be sure to choose
yarn with good stretch if you choose to work with a different brand.
Beanie is worked in one piece; brim up and in rounds with right side facing you.
Ch 1 does not count towards final stitch count.
To adjust the size of your beanie, increase/decrease the total stitch count in
multiples of 8.
Csc: Center single crochet waistcoat stitch. Stitches are worked between the
bars of the single crochet in the previous round.
Csc2tog: Decreasing two center single crochet into one stitch.
*Photo tutorials can be found in the premium pdf version of this pattern.*
Brim (color C):
Row 1: With J hook, ch 10, sc in 2nd ch from hook and across, turn. (9)
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in blo in first st & across, turn. (9)
Rows 3-56: Repeat Row 2. Do not fasten off. Fold brim in half with right side
facing in. Ch 1 & with both ends aligned, sc down the brim. Turn right side out.
*When working with multiple colors, you may choose to either drop the unused
color, fasten off, or carry unused color behind your work. I chose to fasten off
color C and carry colors A and B.
Round 1: With K hook, join color A, ch 1, evenly place 56 sc around the brim and
in the last sc, join B, sl st to the top of ch. (56)
Round 2: Ch 1, B: csc, A: 7 csc, B: csc, *A: 7 csc, B: csc*. Repeat from * around, sl
st to top of ch. End with A. (56)
Round 3: Ch 1, A: csc, B: csc, A: 5 csc, B: csc. *A: csc, B: csc, A: 5 csc, B: csc*.
Repeat from * around, sl st to top of ch. End with B. (56)
Round 4: Ch 1, A: 2 csc, B: csc, A: 3 csc, B: csc *A: 3 csc B: csc*. Repeat from *
around, sl st to top of ch. End with A. (56)
Round 5: Ch 1, A: 3 csc, B: csc, A: csc, B: csc, A: 5 csc, B:
csc, A: csc, B: csc. *A: 5 csc, B: csc, A: csc, B: csc*.
Repeat from * around, sl st to top of ch. End with A.
Round 6: Ch 1, A: 4 csc, B: csc, A: 7 csc, B: csc. *A: 7
csc, B: csc*. Repeat from * around, sl st to top of ch.
End with A. (56)
Round 7: Join color C, ch 1, csc all around, sl st to top of
Round 8: Repeat Round 7. (56)
Rounds 9-13: Repeat Rounds 2-6. (56)
Rounds 14-15: Repeat Round 7. (56)
Rounds 16-20: Repeat Rounds 2-6. (56)
*After completing Round 20, fasten off color B and work over tail.
Round 21: With color C, Repeat Round 7. (56)
Round 22: Ch 1, csc2tog, csc in next 2 sts. *csc2tog, 2 csc*. Repeat from * all
around, sl st to top of ch. (42) Fasten off color C and work over tail.
Rounds 23-24: With color A, repeat Round 7. (42) *See Stitch Help Guide for
tips on how to work into a csc2tog st.
Round 25: Ch 1, csc2tog, csc. *csc2tog, csc*. Repeat from * around, sl st to top
of ch. (28)
Rounds 26-27: Repeat Round 7. (28)
Round 28: Ch 1, csc2tog. *csc2tog*. Repeat from * around, sl st to top of ch.
Round 29: Ch 1, csc all around, fasten off leaving a long tail. (14)
Round 30: Using your tapestry needle, weave tail in & out of sts from Round
29 (leave a small loop between sts). Once you reach the beg, pull tight to
close. Fasten off and weave in ends. Attach faux fur pom-pom (optional).
This pattern is for PERSONAL use only. You may make and sell finished products from this design but any
altering, sharing, selling, or producing the actual pattern in part or whole is prohibited. If you do sell finished
items from my pattern, please credit Crochetastic Boutique as the designer. Pattern and photos are property
of Crochetastic Boutique, you may not share them as your own.
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Michelle has been crocheting since 2011 and has been designing crochet patterns since 2014! She specializes in modern garments and accessories for your handmade wardrobe. Michelle has been featured in Happily Hooked Magazine, thehooknooklife.com, wecrochet.com, ourmakerlife.com, and several other websites. She is committed to providing the highest quality crochet information and patterns that instill a true feeling of pride, enjoyment, and accomplishment when completing a project.