If you're looking for free crochet beanie patterns for beginners, look no further.
These crochet beanies are beginner-friendly and will help keep you warm in the colder months.
The majority of these patterns use chunky yarn. Typically, it's a lot easier to crochet when using chunky yarn, making these patterns even more perfect for beginners.
I love working with chunky yarns. I find them to be so fun and easy to work with. Plus, projects work up so much faster when using a chunky yarn.
While some of the patterns may look a little more complicated, they're actually really easy to make, so don't be afraid to give them a try.
If you're looking for a beanie pattern that includes a video tutorial, make sure you check out the Beginner Winter Hat pattern by Daisy Farm Crafts. It's the first pattern in this roundup.
Sewrella also includes a lot of helpful step-by-step photos for her Brooklyn Ridge Hat. You can find that pattern in this roundup as well.
Crochet Beanie Patterns for Beginners
Check out these crochet beanie patterns for beginners.
Beginner Winter Hats
This Winter Hat may look complicated but is actually pretty easy to whip up. A video tutorial is provided for beginners.
Get the crochet pattern from Daisy Farm Crafts.
Brooklyn Ridge Hat
I love Ashleigh's patterns. They are always so easy to follow and include a lot of helpful photos along the way.
Get the crochet pattern from Sewrella.
The Dani Beanie
If you're looking for a simple and trendy crochet beanie, you have to try The Dani Beanie. The pattern comes in 5 sizes and includes a video tutorial.
Get the crochet pattern from Ruby Webbs.
The Lark Beanie
I love the yarn used to make this beautiful beanie. The Lark Beanie has a knit look and works up using a stretchy faux-stockinette stitch pattern.
Get the crochet pattern from Alyse Crochet.
If you're looking for something unique, try making this crochet turban. The pattern includes sizes for babies, toddlers, children, teens and adults. These would make a great gift.
Get the crochet pattern from Croby Patterns.
Penelope Velvet Beanie
Velvet yarn has been all over the crochet blogs lately. If you've been wanting to give this yarn a try, what better way than with this Penelope Velvet Beanie?
Get the crochet pattern from Crochetpreneur.
The Oxford Beanie is a versatile pattern that allows you to use your desired yarn choice. If you don't want a pom-pom on top, no worries. It's completely optional.
Get the crochet pattern from Cypress and Wool.
Hill Country Beanie
This Hill Country Beanie uses a chunky yarn and works up quickly. Buy a few different balls of yarn, and create a few more for gifts!
Get the crochet pattern from Lori Bennett Kramer.
The Cold Day Cap
Meg's blog is filled with amazing crochet patterns. This Cold Day Cap is stunning and looks like something you would buy from the store.
Get the crochet pattern from Megmade with Love.
1.5 Hour Beanie
I know how to knit; however, I prefer to crochet. I like this pattern because it gives you the knit look without the extra time it takes to knit. You can have this beanie worked up in a little over an hour.
Get the crochet pattern from Make and Do Crew.
I hope you've enjoyed this roundup of crochet beanie patterns for beginners.