Crochet Beanie Cap

This is a long time pending post, when the air was chilled and the breeze blew your hair away, when the days were shorter and the nights longer. Yes, I am talking about the winter, where in this part of the world, it’s merely like a glimpse of this season, the one which vanishes with the blink of an eye. Though the winters are kind of shorter here, but during those couple of days it’s really cold. That’s when I made this little beanie for my dear 2 year old son to protect him from the harsh weather.


This is a simple beanie cap where I made each step by measuring how well it could fit his head. I got this chart of the dimensions of cap as per the age. It was almost the same just a little 0.5 inch difference here and there. But nevertheless it helped in getting the approximate measurements.

The best part about this cap is my son totally adored it. He grabbed it as soon as it was done and plonked on his head. Whenever there was a plan being made to go out, the first thing he did was run to get his beanie.

Materials needed –

1 ball of black colored worsted weight yarn
1 ball of grey colored worsted weight yarn
Size 5 mm hook
Needle to weave off ends.

Stitch you need to know:
Dc – double crochet
Sc – single crochet

That’s it, it’s that easy!

Here’s the pattern instruction:

Round 1 – Ch 4. Slip st into the first chain to form a circle. Ch3. 16 dc in the center. Slip st in the 3rd ch.

Round 2 – Ch 3. 2 dc in each of the stitches. Sl st into the 3rd chain.

Round 3 – Ch 3. 2 dc in the next ch. * 1 dc , 2 dc in the next * continue * till the end of the round. Join to ch 3 with a slip stitch.

Round 4 – Ch 3. 2 dc in the next stitch. * 1dc, 1dc, 2dc * repeat * till end. Join with a slip st to 3rd ch.

Round 5 – Ch 3. 2 dc in the next stitch. * 1 dc, 1 dc, 1 dc, 2 dc * repeat * till end. Join with a slip stitch to 3rd ch.

Round 6 – Ch 4. 2 dc in the next stitch. * 1 dc, dc, 1dc, 1 dc, 2 dc * repeat * till end. Join to 3rd ch with a slip stitch.

I stopped increasing the rounds at this point here as I had reached my required measurement. If you want to increase in size continue like above in a similar way.

Round 7 to 14 – Ch 3. Dc in each of the stitches. Join with a slip stitch.

Round 15, 16 & 17 – ( with grey color) Ch 3. Dc in each of the stitches. Join with a slip st.

Round 18 – 21 – ( with black color) Ch 3. Dc in each of the stitches. Join with a slip stitch.

Round 22 – Sc in each of the stitches. Fasten and weave off thread.

If you want a beanie with a longer length, continue making the rounds.

8 thoughts on “Crochet Beanie Cap

  1. You know, it’s not very often you find crochet patterns for boys. You’d think I’d better better at it since I have a litte man myself! LOL. Anyway, your pattern is great & looks like it would be easy to whip up. I think I will give it a try in Seahawk colors… we are a big Seahawks football fans here! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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    1. I’m sure your little one will love it, you should definitely give a try! Those colors will look great, I would love to see how it turns out!

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  2. It’s a very nice beanie! I haven’t crocheted anything for awhile and I’m getting an itch to start something! Thank you for sharing with us on Party in Your PJ’s.

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