This is my third messy bun or ponytail beanie design:
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I used worsted weight yarn:
hook size 5 mm
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ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
st = stitch
trc = triple crochet
fpdc = front post double crochet
2 dctog = 2 double crochet together
Royal bun beanie crochet pattern
Model 1 unicolor
Model 2 has an alternative brim. You can find it if you scroll down.
Use white yarn and chain 9.
Sc in 2nd st from the hook. Sc in each ch to end of chain (8 sc)
Crochet in the back loops only: sc in each st (8) Turn.
Round 3 / 84:
repeat round 2.
Fold the sides together and join them with 8 sc.
Turn the brim around so the seem is on the inside. Don’t cut the yarn, but continue:
Each round is closed with a slip stitch in the first stitch of that round.
You don’t have to turn your work.
Crochet a sc in each round of the collar:
(dc in next 2 sts – skip 2 stitches – 5 dc in the next – skip 2 sts) around
1 sl st, 3 dc between the 2 dc of the previous round.
(dc between 2nd and 3rd dc of the 5 dc’s previous round – dc between 3rd and 4th dc of the 5 dc’s previous round – 5 dc between 2 dc’s of previous round) around.
Then crochet 2 dc in the same space as the 3 dc on the beginning of the round. Close.
Crochet: dc – dc between 3rd and 4th dc previous round.
(5 dc between 2 dc previous round – dc between 2nd and 3rd dc previous round – dc between 3rd and 4th dc previous round) around.
Round 5 – 8
Repeat round 3 and 4 twice.
Repeat round 3, but instead of 5 dc in 1 stitch, you crochet 3 dc in 1 stitch.
(dc in next 4 sts – 2 dctog) around.
(dc in next 3 st- 2 dctog) around.
(dc in next 2 sts – 2 dctog) around.
Fasten off and weave in the ends.
Model 2 multicolor
Use unicolor yarn.
Ch 84 and close to form a ring.
Dc in each chain around (84)
(dc – fpdc) around.
Round 3 – 4
Repeat round 2.
sc in each st around (84)
Change to multicolor yarn.
Continue with round 3 of the unicolor pattern. Once you reach round 10, you change back to the unicolor yarn.