Materials

Yarn

x2 cakes of our Citizen Wolf Recycled yarn (10Ply/Aran).
Each cake is 50g/80m, so 100g/160m in total for the project. This yarn is a blend of 55% recycled cotton and wool fibres, and 45% merino wool.

Hook

A 5.00mm Clover Amour/Soft Touch Crochet hook.
We always recommend using Clover hooks with our yarn. Their tapering heads and broad, blunt lips make for a much easier ride when working with a thicker yarn composed of many plies– which can get splitty if the hook's lip is too sharp.
EDITION 1.3 Published 29.4.22

This pattern uses US crochet terminology. 🇺🇸

Throughout the pattern we'll use colour–coded crochet charts to illustrate design configurations. If you're unfamiliar with using charts, please refer to this key:
Magic Ring Single Crochet Increase Chain Single Crochet into chain space
When you see this icon next to an instruction, click on it to view a corresponding tutorial video.



Round 1 Create a magic ring
work 6 single crochets into the ring
close the ring by pulling the tail
= 6
Rounds are worked continuously; insert a stitch marker in the first stich of each round to keep track of where it began– so you know where to stop once you’ve worked the full round.

Round 2 work 2 single crochets into each of the next 6 stitches, chain 1 = 13
Round 3 [single crochet into the next stitch, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 11 more times
= 24

Round 4 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 11 more times
= 24
‘Chain spaces’ are the gaps we created by adding a chain between each single crochet in the previous round.
Round 5 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1,
Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1,
Single crochet into the SAME chain space, chain 1]

repeat [this] sequence 5 more times
= 36

Round 6 [*Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1*
repeat *this* sequence 2 more times,
Single crochet into the SAME chain space, chain 1]

repeat [this] sequence 5 more times
= 48

Round 7 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 23 more times
= 48
Round 8 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 23 more times
= 48
Offset Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1 = 2
This extra repeat will shift the beginning of the next round forward, so that all increases in the upcoming round align with those in the previous rounds; creating a more symmetrical dome shape at the top of the beanie.

If you’re using a stitch marker, place it in the chain space after this single crochet to mark where the next round now begins.


Round 9 [*Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1*
repeat *this* sequence 3 more times,
Single crochet into the SAME chain space, chain 1]

repeat [this] sequence 5 more times
= 60

Round 10 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 29 more times
= 60
Round 11 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 29 more times
= 60
Offset Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1 = 2

Round 12 [*Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1*
repeat *this* sequence 4 more times,
Single crochet into the SAME chain space, chain 1]

repeat [this] sequence 5 more times
= 72

Rounds 13–16 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 35 more times
= 72
Work three more rounds like this ▲

Offset Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1,
Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1
= 4
If you’re using a stitch marker, place it in the chain space after the second single crochet to mark where the next round now begins.

Round 17 [*Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1*
repeat *this* sequence 5 more times,
Single crochet into the SAME chain space, chain 1]

repeat [this] sequence 5 more times
= 84


From here, the pattern differs depending on which size you want to make. The medium size should fit a head circumference of 55–60cm, while the large size should fit a head circumference of 60–65cm.


Round 18 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 41 more times
= 84
Continue working each subsequent round like this until you achieve your desired beanie height:

SHALLOW CAP

+15 more rounds
(33 rounds in total)
STANDARD HEIGHT

+30 more rounds
(48 rounds in total)


Round 18–21 [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 41 more times
= 84
Work three more rounds like this ▲

Offset Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1,
Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1
= 4
Round 22 [*Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1*
repeat *this* sequence 6 more times,
Single crochet into the SAME chain space, chain 1]

repeat [this] sequence 5 more times
= 96
Rounds 23+ [Single crochet into the next chain space, chain 1]
repeat [this] sequence 41 more times
= 96
Continue working each subsequent round like this until you achieve your desired beanie height:

SHALLOW CAP

+10 more rounds
(33 rounds in total)
STANDARD HEIGHT

+25 more rounds
(48 rounds in total)



To finish: cut your yarn, leaving a 15cm tail, then work one slip stitch into the next chain space. Fasten off and weave in your end.
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