It is football season and what better way to show your team spirit than to wear a cute, crocheted beanie in your team’s colors?! Whip one up with this free crochet pattern!
Team Spirit Beanie
This team spirit beanie pattern uses three strands of worsted weight yarn held together. It is actually the same pattern as the Libby Beanie, which you can find here. You’ll want to pick the three colors of worsted weight yarn that best represent your team. For example, I used Red Heart Super Saver in “white”, “bright yellow”, and “cherry red” for the Chiefs.
255 yards TOTAL
-see notes below for yarn color info
Crochet hook in size N/P (10mm)
Pattern written in US terms.
If you have three of the regular (7 oz) skeins of Red Heart Super Saver, you would have enough yardage to able to make a total of FOUR team spirit beanies! Now, I did use three strands of red for the brim of mine, so if you’re planning to make a bunch of them for family or to sell (you are free to sell finished beanies, just do not use my photos to represent your work, and reference this pattern. See more here), you might want to vary the brim color, or buy an extra skein of the “main” color.
Row 1: Fhdc-41 (or Ch-42, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each to end) Join to top of first st without twisting. (41)
Row 2: Ch-1, * fphdc around next, bphdc around next. * repeat between * * around. Fphdc around last. Join to top of first fphdc with sl st. (41)
Row 3: Ch-1, turn, * bphdc around next, fphdc around next. * repeat between * * around. Bphdc around last. Switching to all three colors… join to top of first bphdc with sl st. (41)
Row 4: Ch-1, turn. Hdc in each st around, hdc2tog in last 2 sts. DO NOT JOIN. (40)
Rows 5 – 11: hdc around using third loop only. DO NOT JOIN. (40)
Row 12: * hdc2tog in third loop only, hdc in third loop only of next 2 sts * repeat between * * 9 more times (10 times total). DO NOT JOIN. (30)
Row 13: * hdc in third loop only of next st, hdc2tog in third loops only * repeat between * * 9 more times (10 times total) (20)
Row 14: * hdc2tog in third loops only * repeat around. (10)
Row 15: hdc around in third loop only. (10)
Using your yarn needle, cinch up the remaining sts. Weave in all ends.
Now, you may want to add a pom pom to your beanie. There are many ways to make pom poms, even using items around the house or your hands!
More free beanie patterns:
The Libby: Quick, Cute, Chunky Adult Beanie Pattern
The Cameron Beanie: Child Size Beanie Crochet Pattern
Child Size Easy 30-Minute Beanie Crochet Pattern
How to Size Crochet Beanies + Master Beanie Pattern
How to Make the Perfect Mohawk Beanie Using Pom Poms
Jack Sparrow Inspired Halloween Beanie Free Crochet Pattern