Jesse Beanie by Shannon Holding

Jesse Beanie

September 2021
Aran (8 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in Work 22 yarn over slip stitches in the third loop only for 22 rows.
5.0 mm (H)
305 - 310 yards (279 - 283 m)
One Size, easy to customize. Fits average adult head circumference of 21-22.5 inches.
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Perfect for gifting, the Jesse Beanie is a fantastic gender-neutral crochet beanie pattern great for anyone in your life. The faux-knit ribbing adds a ton of personality while staying neutral enough to be worn by anyone regardless of style preference.

Featuring beautiful ribbing, this crochet beanie pattern mimics knit with it’s variation. With a 1 x 1 “knit 1, purl 1” ribbing around the brim, this cozy beanie’s brim stays slightly stretchy for comfortable wear. In the body of the hat the ribbing is 3 x 3, creating deeper and more dramatic folds that open up and bring style and comfort when worn.

With instructions for using either medium (4) weight or super bulky (6) weight and information how to change the size (if preferred), this one size fits most adults beanie will be a staple in your gifting season.

This crochet beanie pattern is perfect for both men and women, and perfect for staying warm and cozy in the winter.

Advanced Beginner - Crocheters looking to purchase and follow this pattern should know how to crochet in rows and seam a crochet project. You should also have understanding of slip stitches, single crochet and half double crochet. There is a more advanced stitch, the yarn over slip stitch (sometimes called “half double slip stitch”) that is explained in detail and shown worked via picture tutorial. If you can half double crochet, you can work a yarn over slip stitch.

This pattern also requires the use of working in the back loop only and in the 3rd loop only of yarn over slip stitches. Working into these specified loops is the most advanced portion of this ribbed crochet beanie pattern, but both are explained in detail and shown in picture tutorials. However, if you’d like to check out tutorials for either of these techniques before you purchase this pattern so that you feel confident and ready, I recommend checking out my blog post about this ribbed crochet beanie pattern which has video tutorials linked within.

You can find the blog post here:

Working into these specific loops is very important for this ribbed crochet beanie pattern and sometimes which loops we are working in will switch mid row. Just FYI. :slightly_smiling_face:


1) Full version PDF with photo tutorial. The photo tutorial will walk you through one set of repeats as well as finishing the crochet beanie pattern. All steps are written in detail and full sentences, not short hand, to help you through.
2) Printer friendly PDF with only one picture and 5 pages to save ink.

US Standard
Pattern is written in English.

Beanies made with either yarn weight fit an average adult head of 21-22.5 inches.
Circumference (Brim size): Approximately 21 inches unstretched.
Height (without Pom): Approximately 10 inches.

This ribbed crochet beanie pattern is written for a circumference of 21 inches to fit the average adult head circumference of 21-22.5 inches comfortably without forcing a stretch. It is important to note that you can easily make the circumference of this beanie smaller or larger simply by adding or removing row repeats as instructed. This is explained in the pattern.


Medium (4) weight OR Super Bulky (6) weight yarn of your choice. Be sure to follow the correct pattern for the weight of your choice.

You will need approximately:
Medium (4) weight: 6 oz/170g/305 yards
Super Bulky (6) weight: 10 oz/258g/180 yards

Yarn Used
Medium (4): Lion Brand Heartland in Petrified Forest
Super Bulky (6): Lion Brand Wool Ease in Fisherman

Faux-Fur Pompom

Medium (4) Beanie: 5 mm (5-8) Hook
Super Bulky (6) Beanie: 8 mm (L-11) Hook
Both beanies will also require:
Tapestry needle
Stitch markers

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I hope the Jesse Beanie pattern brings you as much joy as it’s brought me.

Happy Crocheting!
The Loophole Fox