The Bolton Beanie by fiber and fox

The Bolton Beanie

January 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in 20 stitches worked in FPHDC, BPHDC 1x1 ribbing
5.5 mm (I)
502 yards (459 m)
Small: approx. 21 inches around (with additional stretch) Beanie 9 inches tall & Slouchy 10.5 inches tall Large: approx. 22 inches around (with additional stretch) Beanie 9 inches tall & Slouchy 10.5 inches tall
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This super thick & warm unisex beanie is worked in the round from
the bottom up & is made up of an alternating stitch combination which make up the tight ribbed texture. Although entirely crochet, the stitch combination creates a 1x1 ribbing that gives a look quite similar to knitting! It’s the perfect hat to keep any head warm on a harsh winter day, customizable to your unique size & style!

4 sizing options are included, but these pattern is easily customized to fit different sizes & styles!

What you’ll need:
• 2 skeins of Lion Brand Heartland (beanie: Great Smoky Mountains colorway, slouchy: Joshua Tree colorway)
• Crochet hook sized I-9/5.5mm
• Ruler or tape measure
• Tapestry needle to weave in ends
• Optional: stitch marker/progress keeper
• Optional: yarn or faux fur pom pom & leather/wood tag (pictured are my own, made by myself)
or another acrylic yarn in a worsted/4 weight. Depending on size/style, yarn amount requirement will vary, but I was able to complete each with about 1.5 of the Heartland skeins, which were 251 yards/142 grams
I would love to see how YOU rock your Bolton Beanie! Follow along with my on Instagram - - & tag me in your finished pieces! Or use #theboltonbeanie & #fiberandfoxmakes so we all can enjoy your new beanie along with you!

COPYRIGHT: Fiber & Fox (formerly Bella’s Custom Crochets), December 2017.
The Bolton Beanie pattern & photographs are property of Isabella Tonski of Fiber & Fox & may be used for personal, non-commercial purposes only. You may not share, or sell this pattern in any way, ‘cause no one likes a copycat. You are more than welcome to sell the finished product, but please never use my photos in doing so! If you wish to sell finished pieces online, please credit Fiber & Fox by including a link to my pattern in your listing. If you have any questions in regards to distribution or translation of this pattern, please contact me by email at