Jagged Ridge Beanie, Free Crochet Pattern, MM_Crochet17

“When thinking about life, remember this: No amount of guilt can change the past and no amount of anxiety can change the future.” – Unknown

When, I was looking at designing this beanie, I had another envisioning was going for, but that idea went to the waste side and made me sad. It was that moment, when, I was cruising on Pinterest, at that moment that lightbulb clicked over and she was being born.

These are the moments that cease my heart into the creativeness that runs rapidly. These are the insistence’s that keep me alive. These are the moments that make me happy to be apart of an amazing community. These are the moments that make me happy to be a crocheter and a designer. These are the moments of seeing many people love what comes forth in my art.

©️MM_Crochet17 Jagged Ridge Beanie

A moment and a picture can change what I love, to make my hands keep going forth into the light.

With a little picture can make something and produce a design that wasn’t there before. We are all creative people, but we have to these depths to make them alive, maybe with a different outlook to what we call life. Sometimes just sometimes, life can be that turn that you need.

Life is just mysterious in how it works, thinks and acts. You have to be willing to make that effort. Halfway is all you life ask, before those footsteps fade into dust. Sometimes it’s gone before we knew it was there the whole time. Your effort is the price. Your effort is the key to making it out, because you have to know you’re not alone anymore in the fight, there is hope and time.

©️MM_Crochet17 Jagged Ridge Beanie

This design, as you can see, opened my eyes, to what we call life. Made me think, it’s time to reach out my hand. Letting people know that there is more to life, then me. This design keeps opening my eyes, every time I take a peer at it, shaping me back to my center core. Opening my heart and mind, letting me know there is more to life then myself.

Now, let’s get into making your own opening eyes to life beanie: Jagged Ridge Beanie.

Notes

This pattern is written in US Crochet Terminology.

The ch’s at the beginning of rows, don’t count as stitches.

The stitches use the concept of the Basket Weave Stitch.

This beanie is worked from the bottom up. Starting with the brim, doing a series of dec rows and cinching the top closed.

The stitch is created in a 3 row process, using Back Post Double Crochet and Front Post Double Crochet.

Hook

Brim: H/8 (5.0mm)

Body: K (6.5mm)

Yarn

Recommended yarn is worsted weight #4 of any kind.

Rest of Materials Needed

Scissors

Tape Measure

Yarn Needle

Stitch Marker (optional)

Yarn or Faux Fur Pompom (optional)

Measurements

H: 8.5” W: 8.5”

Abbreviations/Stitches Used

Ch: chain

SC: single crochet

DC: double crochet

FPDC: front post double crochet

BPDC: back post double crochet

R: row

H: height

W: width

FLO: front loop only

Dec: decrease

(): Stitch count

**: repeat

FO: fasten off

YO: yarn over

Special Stitches

FPDC: to begin, yo, going front from the previous row going behind the post (going right to left), yo, pull up a loop, 3 loops on your hook, yo, pull through first 2 loops, yo, pull through last 2 loops. Front post double crochet completed.

BPDC: to begin, yo, going behind from the previous row in front of the post (going right to left), yo, pull up a loop, 3 loops on the hook, yo, pull through first 2 loops, yo, pull through last 2 loops. Back Post Double Crochet completed.

Brim:

Using your 5.0mm hook and Ch7

R1: in second ch from hook sc and in the next 5 stitches. Ch1 and turn. (6)

R2: ch1, sc in first stitch, sc in the FL of the next four stitches, sc in the last stitch. Ch1 and turn. (6)

Repeat R2 until you have a total of 60 rows. Here you will take both ends and slip stitch them together. Turn inside out where seam is on the inside.

Body of Beanie

Switch to your K (6.5mm) hook.

R1: ch1, sc in each stitch across the brim. Slip stitch to first stitch to join. (60)

R2: ch2, dc in each stitch. Slip stitch to first stitch to join. (60)

R3: ch2, *FPDC around the next 3 stitches, BPDC around the next 3 stitches,* slip stitch to first stitch to join. (60)

R4-5: repeat r3. (60)

R6: ch2, *BPDC around the next 3 stitches, FPDC around the next 3 stitches,* slip stitch to first stitch to join. (60)

R7-8: repeat r6. (60)

R9: ch2, *FPDC around the next 3 stitches, BPDC around the next 3 stitches,* slip stitch to first stitch to join. (60)

R10-11: repeat r9. (60)

R12: ch2, *BPDC around the next 3 stitches, FPDC around the next 3 stitches,* slip stitch to first stitch to join. (60)

R13-14: repeat r12. (60)

R15: ch2, *FPDC around the next 3 stitches, BPDC around the next 3 stitches,* slip stitch to first to join. (60)

R16-17: repeat r15. (60)

R18: ch1, *sc in the next 3 stitches, dec,* slip stitch to first stitch to join. (48)

R19: ch1, *sc in the next 2 stitches, dec,* slip stitch to first stitch to join. (36)

R20: ch1, *sc in next stitch, dec,* slip stitch to first to join. (24)

FO and leave a long tail for cinching up the top of your beanie.

Cinching Up Your Beanie

Start weaving in and out every second stitch. Pull yarn tight, to close the top of your beanie. Secure it with a knot and weave in your ends. You can top your beanie with Faux Fur Beanie or a yarn pompom.

Your newest beanie is completed. Ready for the wild world to see it. Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and make this beanie. Your support is greatly appreciated.

XoXoXoXoXo—MM_Crochet17

Please Note: This pattern is for personal use only. The content and pictures contained within this pattern belong to MM_Crochet17. You’re more than welcome to sell your finished piece, but I do encourage you to link back to my website (www.mm-crochet17.com). Use #mandmcrochet and #jaggedridgebeanie when sharing your work on social media. If any questions or concerns may come up, please don’t hesitate to contact me, I am here to help.

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