Color Changing Moss Stitch Beanie by Ashley Pickens

Color Changing Moss Stitch Beanie

September 2021
DK (11 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 10 rows = 2 inches
in Moss stitch
4.0 mm (G)
197 - 328 yards (180 - 300 m)
Adult Medium & Adult Large
both US and UK
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This pattern is available for free.

This is an easy color changing moss stitch crochet beanie! The best part of this is it’s done top-down in the round. This makes it easy to change the size depending on if you want to make an adult Small/medium or large/XL.

The gauge is a bit deceiving with moss stitch, so make sure to work with 8ply/DK yarn!

As this is a color changing beanie, make sure to have 2 different colors of yarn!

The moss stitch/linen stitch makes it look like you’re doing vertical stripes when you’re actually working horizontally!

You’ll need 2 50g balls of yarn, one of each color you want to work with.

Don’t like ribbing? Don’t use it! This hat doesn’t actually need the ribbing, but I like having extra warmth for my ears.