The Susquehanna Beanie

One of my favorite things about this beanie pattern is that it looks AMAZING in any color combo, and it is my go to pompom beanie.

My second favorite thing is that my kids both love this beanie as much as me. The third thing about this beanie is that it works up SO fast. I actually can make an adult beanie in the time it takes me to watch an episode of my 600 lb life. Which is case your wondering, is what i’m binge watching while working on all my makes.

I have only made this particular pattern in loops and thread charisma, so if you make this in a different yarn, PLEASE TELL ME!

If you make this beanie, don’t forget to tag me on instagram @oakandautumn and use #susquehannabeanie so i can see all the beanies you guys make!

The Susquehanna Beanie

MATERIALS

1 skein Loops & Threads Charisma

Clover hook – N/P 10 mm.

Scissors

Yarn needle(OPTIONAL)

Tag and/or Pompom

ABBREVIATIONS

CH – chain

ST(S) – stitch(es)

DC – double crochetBLO – back loop only

SL ST – slip stitch

PATTERN NOTES

You will be working in rows, back and forth from brim side to crown side.

You will always ch 1 and turn at the end of each row.

You will be working in the back loop only throughout.

ADULT PATTERN

CH 26

Row 1 – DC in first ch from hook, & in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 2 – DC each st across.

Row 3 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 4 – DC each st across

Row 5 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 6 – sl st into those first 4 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 7 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 8 – DC each st across

Row 9 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 10 – DC each st across.

Row 11 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 12 – sl st into those first 4 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches.

Row 13 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 14 – DC each st across

Row 15 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 16 – DC each st across

Row 17 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 18 – sl st into those first 4 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 19 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 20 – DC each st across

Row 21 – DC in each of the next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 22 DC each st across.

Row 23 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 24 – sl st into those first 4 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches.

Row 25 – DC in next 21 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 4 sts unworked.)

Row 26 – DC each st across.

SEAMING –

Fold bottom edge up to meet the top.


Your “wrong side” is facing toward you.

You will want to seam your beanie with the outside of the beanie facing in so your seam bulk will be on the inside of your beanie.

Bring your last row and your chain side together and sl st together working towards the crown of the beanie.

Fasten off and leave a long tail, about 12 inches. Cinch the top shut with a running stitch. The close the holes by weaving in and out pulling the holes shut. (Pictures below.)

To close up the holes, weave in and out and pull the holes shut. Do this to all the holes.

Remember to turn your beanie right side out!

CHILD PATTERN

*reminder*you will always ch 1 and turn for each row, AND you will always be working in BLO. You can always reference the pictures included for the adult, the only difference is the length of the beanieand amount of rows.

CH 24

Row 1 – DC in first ch from hook, & in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 2 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 3 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 4 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across.

Row 5 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 6 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 7 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 8 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 9 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 10 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 11 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 12 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 13 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 14 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 15 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 16 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 17 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 18 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 19 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 20 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 21 – DC in each of the next 20 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 22 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 23 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 24 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches.

CH 1 and lay your piece flat, rightside facing up, fold beanie up so that the beanie is “inside out” and slip st together the ch row and your last row together, continuing this when you get to the crown. Close top hole, and then work around to close the holes/gaps formed from the rows you skipped stitches. Pictures are in the adult pattern section to help explain how to do this.

TODDLER PATTERN

*reminder*you will always ch 1 and turn for each row, AND you will always be working in BLO. You can always reference the pictures included for the adult, the only difference is the length of the beanie and amount of rows.

CH 22

Row 1 – DC in first ch from hook, & in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 2 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 3 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 4 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across.

Row 5 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 6 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 7 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 8 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 9 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 10 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 11 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 12 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 13 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 14 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 15 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 16 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 17 – DC in each st across, and DC into each of the previous unworked sts.

Row 18 – sl st into those first 3 sts, DC across the remainder of the stitches

Row 19 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 20 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

Row 21 – DC in each of the next 18 sts across. (you will be leaving the last 3 sts unworked.)

Row 22 – (ignore those 3 unworked sts, and Ch 1 and turn) DC each st across

CH 1 and lay your piece flat, rightside facing up, fold beanie up so that the beanie is “inside out” and slip st together the ch row and your last row together, continuing this when you get to the crown. Match the chs in the crown, to the last sl st’s available. Close top hole, and then work around to close the holes/gaps formed from the rows you skipped stitches. Pictures are in the adult pattern section to help explain how to do this.

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