Chunky Button Ribbed Beanie

Today, I wanted to share this chunky button ribbed beanie pattern. I am hoping to get my last winter designs published this month, and then I get to focus on fun, Spring projects. Yay!



This hat is warm, easy to work up, and pretty darn cute!

Chunky Ribbed Slouchy Hat
G hook Medium Weight Yarn (Caron Simply Soft- Charcoal)
Large Button Yarn/Tapestry Needle

Ch 14.
1.Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 12. Turn.

2. -66. Work in back loops only. Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 12. Turn (your piece should be 23” long)

67. (Still working in back loops.) Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 2. Ch 5. Sk 5 sts, hdc into next st.  Hdc 2. Turn.

68. (Continue working in back loops only for the rest of the band) ch 1. Hdc2tog. Hdc 8. Hdc2tog. Turn.

69. Ch 1. Hdc2tog. Hdc 6. Hdc2tog. Turn.

70.  Ch 1. Hdc2tog. Hdc 4. Hdc2tog. Turn.

71. Ch 1. Hdc2tog. Hdc 2. Hdc2tog. Tie off.

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Measure from the opposite end as your buttonhole, and find about 17-18 inches (or you can measure your own head for a perfect fit). Fold over your side and sew your end in place using your tapestry needle. When you fold your flap over, your buttonhole looks like it overlaps your hat band. Make sure when you start the body of your hat, your are only using the loops in the hat bands, not on the overlap piece.

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Working from the outside, join your yarn with a sl st about 10 rows to the right of your seam. It doesn’t need to be an exact place, you just want your seam in the back of the hat. Since your sts are now sideways, it’s a bit awkward, but work a row of loose sc all around the band to give you a foundation. (About 57 sts)

1.Ch 1. Sc in same st. Dc in same st. Sk one st.( Sc and Dc in same st. Sk 1 st) repeat all around the hat. Depending on how you worked your foundation sc sts, your count may be a bit off than my count. Just finish with a hdc in the last st, even if you didn’t skip the st previous to it. Join with sl st.

2. – 12. Repeat row 1. (Make sure you are working your sc and dc in the dc from the previous row.) {If you want your hat more “slouchy” than the pictures show, repeat this step a few more times}

13. Ch 1. (Sc and Dc in same st. Sk 2 sts. ) Repeat all around the hat. Join with sl st.

14. Ch 1. (Sc and Dc in same st. Sk 1 st.) Repeat all around the hat. Join with sl st.

15. – 16. Ch 1. (Sc and Dc in same st. Sk 2 sts) Repeat all around the hat. Join with sl st.

17. Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc in each st around. You should have about a 3-inch hole. Close it off by pinching it in half. Take your loop off your hook and pull it through the other side, yarn over and sl st. Pinch it again, take your loop off your hook, and going through 4 layers, catching your loop in the middle of your layers, yarn over and sl st through all the layers and loops. Tie off and secure your end.

Attach a large button and weave in your ends.

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***You are welcome to use this pattern to make items in your crochet shop, however you MUST link back to this blog post in your listing. And DO NOT redistribute this pattern. If you wish to share, share the link to this page. Redistribution is theft, so please, be kind and link back. Thanks for your cooperation!***

Happy crocheting!

Originally posted at One Artsy Mama

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  1. Terri Christian says

    I made this hat for a local homeless shelter but I love it so much I am making one for me and a few for Christmas presents. Thanks so much for sharing this pattern, it is adorable. Blessings, Terri

  2. Sue says

    Love this hat! I’m making it now, but I’m stuck on the end, with the three inch hole. I’ve tried everything, but I’m not understanding how to finish the top.

    • Bethany says

      Thank you! You basically just keep pinching it shut, and work a stitch (going through all layers) until it’s closed up. I used an easier method for this new hat I designed, you can find the video here. This way, you use a yarn needle and piece of yarn, make wide stitches, and gather it together by pulling the yarn tight. That method will work for this hat too, and is much easier! So sorry that you are confused!

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