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Serryn Beanie Free Pattern

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Have you ever spoiled yourself with some hand-dyed yarn? If you haven’t you really should! Nicky from ALC Yarns reached out to me to design a pattern for her Monthly Crochet Subscription Box, and I was just so excited to get my hands on some of her yummy yarn! For the January 2021 box she featured a monochrome yarn! I am so happy to now be sharing with you the design featured in the box…the Serryn Beanie!

Serryn Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

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All About That Yarn

I’m no stranger to ALC Yarn, you may remember last fall the Edgewood Beanie also used her lovely hand dyed yarn! A good quality yarn can really take your project to that next level!

The Serryn beanie will work with any worsted weight yarn, so be free to choose the yummiest yarn you have!

This pattern is worked from the bottom up and uses a quick three-row repeat, and the bobble stitch to achieve the cobblestone-like texture.

Video Tutorial

The Tester Pictures

My testers were amazing while working on the Serryn Beanie! This group was so very on-it and dedicated they had beautiful results! It was so geat to see the different colours and solids! Some of the yarns they used were: I Love This Yarn, Vanna’s Choice, Big Twist, and Caron Marble Cakes.

Serryn Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

Serryn Beanie Pattern

Materials

Difficulty

Intermediate

Gauge

7 sts x 6 rows = 2″ Pattern for gauge: hdc

Sizes

Available for Free:

Adult Small: Best Fit 20″-21″ head circumference. Band: Approx. 18″ Height: Approx. 8.5″

Available in the Premium PDF: Child, Toddler, Adult Small, and Adult Large

Stitch Abbreviations

  • ch – Chain
  • sc – Single Crochet
  • hdc – Half Double Crochet
  • hdcblo – Half Double Crochet Back Loop Only
  • hdc2tog – Half Double Crochet 2 Together
  • bo – Bobble
  • st(s) – Stitch(es)
  • slst – Slip Stitch
  • sk – skip
  • yo- Yarn Over
  • Rnd (s)- Round(s)

Pattern Notes

  • US Terminology
  • All beginning ch1 do not count as a stitch, except for rnd 2 and it’s repeats
  • Hat is worked brim up
  • To add more height, continue with repeat rnds before moving to decrease; to shorten height move to decrease at desired height
  • *-* denotes repeat sequence

Special Stitches

Bobble Stitch (bo): Yo, insert hook into indicated stitch, yo, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into same stitch, yo, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into same stitch, yo, pull up a loop (7 loops on hook), yo, pull through all loops, ch1.

Serryn Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

Serryn Beanie

The Pattern

Adult Small

Best Fit 20″-21″ head circumference.

Ch 9

Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, and each ch across, ch1, turn (8).

Row 2 – 46: Hdcblo in each st across, ch1, turn (8).

Once rows are complete, bring ends together and slip stitch closed, being careful not to twist the brim. Turn/flip so seam is on the inside, ch1 to begin body of the hat.

Body:

Rnd 1: Hdc evenly around the brim, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (46).

Rnd 2: (For this rnd and its repeats ch1 counts as a st) Hdc in the same st as the ch1, sk 1 st, *2 hdc in the next st, sk next st*, repeat around, slst to the top of the ch1 to join, ch1 (46).

Rnd 3: Sc in the first st, bo in the sk st from 2 rnds below, *sc in the next st, bo in the sk st from 2 rnds below, repeat around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (46).

Rnd 4: Hdc in the first sc, sc in the top of the bo, *sc in the next st, hdc in the top of the bo*, repeat around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (46).

Rnd 5 -18: Repeat rnds 2-4. The last rnd before decrease should be a repeat of rnd 3.

Decrease:

Rnd 19: Hdc in the first 2 sts, hdc2tog, *hdc in the next 2 sts, hdc2tog* repeat around, hdc2tog for the last 2 st, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (34).

Rnd 20: (For this rnd ch1 counts as a st) Hdc in the same st as the ch1, sk 1 st, *2 hdc in the next st, sk next st*, repeat around, slst to the top of the ch1 to join, ch1 (34).

Rnd 21: Sc in the first st, bo in the sk st from the previous rnd, *sc in the next st, bo in the sk st from the previous rnd*, repeat around, slst to the top of the first st to join, ch1 (34).

Rnd 22: Hdc in the first st, hdc2tog, *hdc in the next st, hdc2tog*, repeat around, hdc in the last st, slst to the top of the first st to join, tie off, leaving long tail to close. (23).

With long tail and yarn needle, weave through final round and pull tight to close top of hat. Weave in all ends, add your pom pom if desired, and you’re done!

Serryn Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

All Set!!!

There you have it! Your very own Serryn Beanie!

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