The Ana Beanie Crochet Pattern

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116 Responses

  1. Cara says:

    Hi! Would love to test out your Anna beanie pattern! It looks lovely?

  2. Landy Miner says:

    Says it is a free pattern, but no way to copy or print it. Do you just leave your computer on the page and crochet from there?

  3. Angela Goldsmith says:

    I love, love, love this hat! Could you please send me a pdf copy via email? Thank you so much!

  4. Sybil Duron says:

    I would love a pattern please. I think it is beautiful!

  5. Roberta Temple says:

    I would love a complimentary pattern of your Ana beanie!

  6. Tania says:

    This is super cute. Planning on hooking this one after the holidays for myself and my daughter. Would love a hard copy as well if you don’t mind? Thanks for your creativity! Happy holidays.

  7. susan myette-rath says:

    Thank-you for the pattern. I also would love to have a PDF. Merry christmas..

  8. Kari says:

    I love this, and would really appreciate you sending me the pdf when you have it ready, please and thank you. 🙂

  9. Judy Schmucker says:

    You do such beautiful work! Patterns are so easy to follow. Will you please send me a pdf copy when available? Thank you so much in advance!!!! Merry Christmas!

  10. Louise says:

    I think your Anna pattern has gone viral. It is posted by hookers everywhere. I love it as well. Thanks so much.

  11. Angie says:

    I to test the messy bun ana hat! Please feel free to email me.

  12. Caitlyn says:

    Hi, I’m new to crochet, and I LOVE the look of this hat! I want to try it, but I’m really confused with the brim. Why do you only chain 8? That can’t be enough to fit around your head… this is probably very obvious to you pros but I’m stuck ?. Thanks!

  13. Angela says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. This toque is so cute.

  14. annette says:

    I would love a free complimentary pattern, Thank you in advance.

  15. Carol says:

    I would love to make this for my twin granddaughters. Would you please add me to the list for the free PDF pattern. Thank you ?

  16. Teresa Musso says:

    I love the small “handmade” tag. I’ve looked everywhere…where do you get them???

  17. cperry says:

    Am I under the correct impression that when the brim of the hat is finished were not cutting off and starting the hat separately? its all one continuous stand of yarn?

  18. Rakshan says:

    Do you have any tutorial for this pattern please.

  19. Debbie Swaim says:

    What a beautiful hat!! If I what to do more than 58 rows for the brim, what would the stitch pattern be to configure the hat body? My head is 21″ and the 58 rows is only 19″. Kinda confused on how you get 84 SC’s when only 58 rows. Thanks for your help.

    • Hello! You want the brim to be about 17” to give a tighter fit. I tried it out many times with a longer brim and it turns out too loose. You can do more rows if you like though. Then you just increase when you start on the hat portion. Add 2sc or extra sc wherever to get to 84 st. It should measure 10” across when finished with the hat. I hope this helps and makes sense!

  20. BrammyT says:

    So the pattern doesn’t state how many oz of WW yarn the hat requires…….

  21. Karen says:

    I’m confused on row 12. “hdc in third loop of 5 st”?? Is that 5th stitch? Then decrease hdc around?? I’m stuck for the moment. Please clarify. Beautiful hat, btw!!

  22. Merry Christmas! I just sat down front of the fireplace and I’m so excited that I found this -going to give it a go with a written instructions but I would love also to have the PDF version if you wouldn’t mind thank you so much for your generosity I think everyone should not upload pictures of their creations!

  23. Michelle Shaffer says:

    LOVE this hat! The look is amazing especially with the Faux Fur Pom Pom that is all the rage right now. I was wondering though how you recommend laundering this hat with the Faux Fur Pom Pom attached? Wash by hand in cold? On delicate? Thanks for an amazing pattern and for the new stitches. Im very happy how my first hat turned out ? Now if I can figure out how to make the Pom detachable all will be great ??

    • Thank you! I’m not sure if you can wash it with the fur. I haven’t tested it yet. My fur said dry clean only on it. I do have a post of how to make them and attach a button. You could just leave the top hole of the hat a little open so a button could go through. Or I’ve heard of people putting snaps on them.

  24. Barbara M Pollock says:

    I tried to go to Etsy and Ravelry. How can I get a PDF version of this pattern? Thank you!!!!!! I love it!

  25. Allison says:

    Do you have a gauge for this pattern? I need to match a gauge swatch in order to get the correct size. Thanks!

    • I did not do a gauge but included measurements. I’m new to writing patterns and I wasn’t really sure how to do the gauge since the rows were using different stitches. Try using the measurements or if you have an idea how I could include a gauge please let me know.

  26. Rachel says:

    When joining in rows where you are working in the third loop, do you put the joining slip stitch into the top of the chain stitch or the 3rd loop of the 1st stitch from the previous row?

    • To help the joining look cleaner, I sl st to the top loops. Then remove my Hook and grab the loop from the back pulling through that stitch. That way your loop is in the back of the stitch and you can ch 1 and work in the third loop for the next row. Does that make sense? I’ll try to post a photo later.

      • Rachel says:

        My Ana hat is coming along and it looks fantastic! I just finished row 22 and I’m now stuck on how to close it at the top. Any suggestions?

  27. Hi. I just finished your hat and wanted to let you know I posted a project sheet and picture on Ravelry, linking to your Project Gallery. It’s a wonderful pattern, fairly easy to crochet. I made myself the child’s size as my head is 19″ and it fits perfectly, a lovely change as even hats I make are usually either too big or too small. I used Loops & Threads Shabby in the palest of lavenders I’ve ever seen and it took about 1/2 a skein. (My Ravelry nick is Krikket207.) It will probably take me a day or two to put it up on my blog, and I’ll post a link to your website at the same time. Happy New Year and thanks again.

  28. Savannah says:

    Hi there!
    I have the 58 rows for the brim but it’s not 17″.
    Will that mess up the pattern if I make more rows to get to 17″? Or should I go up some hooks sizes to get the right length with 58 rows?

    Thank you so much

    • Hello! What is the length of it? Using the BLO sc for the brim, it stretches so much. I prefer a tighter brim because of the stretch. I have a 21 1/2″ around head and am finding that I prefer the way it feels if I make the brim 16″ at the beginning.

      So, it is completely up to you how long you want to make it. It will not change the pattern by using a different amount of rows because you will be increasing sc stitches to get the 84 for row 1.

      I hope that helps!

  29. Caitlyn says:


    I’ve managed to make 2 of these beauties and I LOVE how they turned out! I want to make one for my 6 month old daughter. The child size would be too big. Is it possible to make it even smaller? I figure I could just make the brim smaller but it might be too long? TIA

  30. Bobbi-Shannon F says:

    Love this pattern! I’m just starting to make it….BUT….I agree with a few comments above….I get only 13 inches with the 58 sc band…..using a 5mm hook. I’m going to keep going, add a few more rows and see what happens 🙂

  31. Rachel says:

    Hi I’m working on this awesome hat but I seem to be stuck in row 12. Am I skipping to the 5th st from the ch 1? Or am I just starting normal and all of it (the hdc and the dec hdc) all in the third loop? I’m still a little rusty when following patterns so I need some extra clarity. Oh and I saw you thought about making a tutorial which would be perfect for any future creators! Thank you so much though for this beautiful pattern!

  32. Alice says:

    What if I want to use more of a bulky yarn #5 which hook do you recommend using for this hat?

  33. Grace Neary says:

    I love this hat!! I’ve done the adult one and planning on doing the child version. I was wondering approximately what age the child hat fits? Thanks for a fantastic pattern!!

  34. Michelle says:

    Ho there. Thanks for the pattern! I’m loving it so far. I have completed one hat but the seam on mine is not so pretty. Can you clarify how to join each row?

  35. Rachel says:

    I can’t do the camel stitch because for some reason my 3rd stitch is on the inside of my hat. How do i fix that??

  36. Katrina says:

    I purchased the Ana Beanie on Ravelry, but it did not include instructions for the Gracie as well. I thought the PDF included instructions for both?

  37. MJ Klenk says:

    How about a matching scarf pattern? I’m in awe of anyone who can design a piece!

  38. Christine Savinelli says:

    What color is the Blue beanie that is here? Just downloaded a PDF file of this hat to make for a niece’s birthday next month.😀

  39. Jacline Doucet says:

    I started to crochet a year and a half ago. I totally love this pattern. I have 6 granddaughters that will love it as a Christmas present. Thanks.

  40. Ellen says:

    For the life of me I cannot work the third loop stitch in the sc row! Any encouragement other than doing an hdc in the first row of what should be the hdc in the third loop!

  41. Leah says:

    I am stuck, I don’t believe I did row 12 correctly. I fudged it so The amou t of stit he’s still came out right (72). Now in row 14, I’m confused still. Ch 1, then sc in 3rd loop of 4th stitch. Do I complete this stitch before beginning the SC Dec in next stitch? Then it says repeat around. What an I repeating *sc in 3rd loop of 4th st, SC Dec in next, repeat from * ?

  42. Lisa Durflinger says:

    I love this hat! But being a newer crocheter I need a video tutorial to make this. I hope you will think about it. Thanks so much !!

  43. Jodi Nehrt says:

    I love this pattern – turns out really nice!! I am needing to make a newborn / infant version of this and considered using a lighter weight (3) yarn and smaller hook to down-size it some. Do you think by doing that and using the child pattern I can get it small enough or would the child pattern just need to be modified? Thanks for sharing!!

  44. Sharon Weik says:

    Hi, have a quick question… It says to repeat rows 1-5… Row 1 is single crochet around to get the initial 84 stitches… So I sc around for row 6? (I think it’s row 6)
    It’s after the fpdc and bpdc

  45. Nicole says:

    Am I the only one that had this hat turn out really, really big? And I’m usually a tight crocheter. I had to completely rework the pattern to make it work for an adult size.

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