DIY Crochet Beanie - Day 35 - Square Cutout Pattern Beanie

DIY Crochet Beanie – Day 35 – Square Cutout Pattern Beanie



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How to crochet a beanie? In this tutorial, I show you how to crochet a beanie following a simple pattern. This beanie works quickly and shouldn’t take you more than 2 hours to complete. The colors used in this pattern can easily be exchanged to fit whatever color scheme you like.

How to crochet a brim:
Pom Pom (Pompon) Maker:

This beanie is part of a series of beanies that I am creating to donate to my local homeless shelter. The goal is to complete 100 beanies in 100 days, all using unique patterns that I am going to share with you each day.

Other beanie tutorials in my 100 day series:

Stitches used in this pattern (and their corresponding tutorials):
Attach Yarn to Crochet Hook:
Chain (CH):
Slip stitch (SL st):
Single Crochet (SC):

Crochet Square Checkered Beanie Pattern:
Crochet Hook: F / 5 / 3.75MM
Yarn: 4 Medium ~ Big Twist Value brand, multiple colors

*Note: this pattern has a precursor video: How to Crochet a Beanie Brim:

Row 1: Color A: Create a brim that is 20 st deep and roughly 16’’ wide. Connect the two edges of the brim with SL stitches. Fold brim in half lengthwise. Section off the brim into four even sections using scrap pieces of yarn or st markers. SL st into corresponding st on the opposite edge of your brim (yarning over with Color B) and CH 3, then place 79 DC stitches along the edges of the brim, connecting them together as you work. SL st into the top of the CH 3 st.
Row 2: Ch 1, place 1 SC in next st (yarning over with next color on last pull through of st). Place 1 SC in next 6 st, carrying first color with you, and on the last pull through of st 6, yarn over with previous color. Place 1 SC in next 2 st (carrying previous color with you), yarning over the last pull through of st 2 with your next color. Follow that pattern going around your row (2 SC in Color B, 6 SC in Color A. SL st into CH 1 st.
Rows 3 – 7: Repeat Row 2.
Row 8: CH 3, place 1 DC in each st in the row. SL st into top of CH 3 st.
Rows 9 – 15: Repeat Rows 2 – 8.
Row 16: With Color A, CH 1 (this counts as 1st SC st) and follow this pattern around the row: *1 SC in st 1 – 6, SC 2together in st 7 &8.* 70 total st at end of row.
Row 17: CH 1 (this counts as 1st SC st) and follow this pattern around the row: *1 SC in st 1 – 5, SC 2together in st 6 & 7.* 60 total st at end of row.
Row 18: CH 1 (this counts as 1st SC st) and follow this pattern around the row: *1 SC in st 1 – 4, SC 2together in st 5 & 6.* 50 total st at end of row.
Row 19: CH 1 (this counts as 1st SC st) and follow this pattern around the row: *1 SC in st 1 – 3, SC 2together in st 4 & 5.* 40 total st at end of row.
Row 20: CH 1 (this counts as 1st SC st) and follow this pattern around the row: *1 SC in st 1 – 2, SC 2together in st 3 & 4.* 30 total st at end of row.
Row 21: CH 1 (this counts as 1st SC st) and follow this pattern around the row: *1 SC in st 1, SC 2together in st 2 & 3.* 20 total st at end of row.
Row 22: SC 2together until the hole at the top is very small.
SL st into loop on opposite edge of hole to close the gap.
Attach a pom pom (pompon):

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Yarn (typically use Big Twist Value brand):
Crochet hook set:
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