I am officially obsessed with Red Heart’s Hygge yarn!! First I made the Hygge Shawl, then on to my new favorite mitten pattern, the Hygge Mittens, and now I’ve made a hat with Hygge!! I really love this mini bean stitch and it worked so well with this yarn. This is seriously one of the softest, squishiest yarns I’ve ever felt and I really love it. If you haven’t tried it yet – what are you waiting for?!
Update: Many of you asked for mittens with the same stitch, so I created the Textured Hygge Mittens in several sizes!
The next Hygge project I think you will see on this blog will either be a sweater or a dress for me. I’ve made all four of my boys sweaters (finishing up the last one!) and so now there will be time for me to do some selfish making. I do still want to make my hubby a sweater but he isn’t really that much of a sweater guy so I’m not in a rush to make him one. There really isn’t anything knit or crocheted that he likes to wear, much to my dismay. Good thing I have four kiddos to make for (and myself, and friends, and friends kid’s…. the list goes on 😉
What You’ll Need
Yarn: Red Heart Hygge: 1 skein Pearl
Hooks: K (6.5mm) and L (8.0mm)
Notions: yarn needle
Gauge: 11 sts and 12 rows = 4″ in mbs with larger hook
Finished Size: Approximately 20″ circumference and 9″ long, not including pom pom
Modified Bean Stitch (mbs): insert hook into st and pull up a loop, yo, insert hook into same st and pull up a loop (4 loops on hook), yo, pull through all loops on hook.
Modified Bean Stitch 2 Together (mbs2tog): insert hook into first mbs, pull up loop, yo, insert hook into next mbs, pull up loop (4 loops on hook), yo, draw through all loops on hook.
Ch 2 at beginning of ribbing row counts as hdc. Be sure to work into this turning chain at the end of the next row.
With smaller hook, ch 7.
Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch; turn – 6 sts.
Row 2: Ch 2, skip first hdc, hdc back loop only in each st; turn – 6 sts.
Rows 3-50: Repeat row 2.
Join with slip st to first row, making a circle. Be careful not to twist ribbing.
Change to larger hook. Ch 1, sc 54 sts evenly around edge of ribbing.
Round 1: Ch 2, mbs in first st, *ch 1, sk next sc, mbs in next sc; repeat from * to last st, ch 1, skip last sc, join to first mbs with slip st; turn – 27 mbs.
Round 2: Ch 2, mbs in first mbs, *ch 1, mbs in next mbs; repeat from * to end, ch 1; join to first mbs with slip st; turn.
Rounds 3-16: Repeat round 2.
**If you would like the brim not to be turned up only work 12 rounds total from ribbing, then work the following rounds.
Round 17: Ch 2, mbs in first mbs, (ch 1, mbs in next mbs) 6 times, *ch 1, mbs2tog, (ch 1, mbs in next mbs) 7 times, repeat from * two times, mbs2tog, ch 1, join to first mbs with slip st; turn – 24 mbs.
Round 18: Ch 2, mbs in first mbs, ch 1, mbs in next mbs, *ch 1, mbs2tog, (ch 1, mbs in next mbs) 2 times; repeat from * four times, ch1, mbs2tog, ch 1, join to first mbs with slip st; turn – 18 mbs.
Round 19: Ch 2, mbs in first mbs, ch 1, mbs2tog, *ch 1, mbs in next mbs, ch 1, mbs2tog; repeat from * to end, ch 1, join to first mbs with slip st; turn – 12 mbs.
Round 20: Ch 2, *mbs2tog, ch 1; repeat from *, join to first mbs with slip st – 6 sts. Fasten off, leaving a long tail.
Draw tail through remaining sts and pull tightly to close.
Use beginning tail to sew up seam in ribbing. Weave in ends.
Create a pom pom and sew to top, if desired.
That’s it! I hope you have enjoyed this free pattern. See my other free crochet hat patterns here!