I am so excited to introduce the Bayers Beanie to you! This double-thick, ultra-warm beanie is perfect for keeping out that winter chill, and the super-easy crochet stitches make it a breeze to work up! I designed this beanie for my husband Sean who has been asking me for a warm winter hat for some time now! When I got my hands on some of this WeCrochet High Desert Yarn, I knew this was the perfect time to make one.
High Desert Yarn from WeCrochet is SO warm! This luxury yarn is 100% USA grown and spun, and the quality of the wool is phenomenal!
You can find High Desert here in balls for $18.99 >> WeCrochet High Desert Yarn.
The WeCrochet Website describes High Desert:
100% American grown and spun Merino and Merino/Rambouillet wool from Shaniko Wool Company. This boutique-style yarn is processed in South Carolina, dyed and milled in North Carolina, and comes in an earthy jewel-toned spectrum of beautiful colors inspired by the landscape and skyline of Oregon’s high desert. Featuring a soft hand with an artisanal appeal, High Desert is ideal for crocheting texture, cables, and colorwork.
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Here’s the pattern for the Bayers Beanie! Enjoy!
US Size F/5 (3.75mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors.
One size fits 20-22” head.
18 sc in BLO x 18 rows = 4”
- Weave in ends as work progresses.
- Ch 1 does not count as a stitch.
- The hat is made in one long tube, that is then folded in half and sewn shut.
BLO = back loop only
Ch = chain
Sc = single crochet
Sl st = slip stitch
Row 1: Ch 101, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each remaining ch across, turn–100 sc.
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in BLO of each st across, turn–100 sts.
Rows 3-80: Repeat Row 2.
Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.
Fold the tube in half to create a double thickness for the hat. The rolled edge is the brim, the unsewn edges are the top of the hat.
To sew the top of the hat shut, pinch the top into four sections in an ‘X’ shape. Sew each of the four sections closed through all thicknesses. Weave in ends.
Turn hat right side out so that sewn seam is on the inside of the hat.
I hope you enjoy making the Bayers Beanie, thanks for stopping by, and happy Crocheting!