Crochet Beret Pattern

Hello! I haven’t been able to crochet much this week because I have taken on a big DIY project at our house! I shared on Instagram and Facebook some of the painting work I have been doing. You don’t realize how much trim you have in your house until you want to change it all from wood to white!

However, I did take a break the other day to crochet for awhile and came up with an adorable new pattern I want to share with all of you: The Crochet Beret! It’s fun to say and fun to wear! For this hat, I used Caron Cakes in Blueberry Kiwi. I did cut the yarn when the colors didn’t line up perfectly for the stripes because I wanted a crisper look, but I am sure it would be awesome in any color combinations!


Crochet Beret Pattern

For this hat I used an H/8 (5.0mm) hook.

Ch 6, sl st in first ch to form circle

R1:    ch 3; 11 dc in circle; sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R2:   ch 2, 2 dc in each st around, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R3:   ch 2, *(2 dc in the first st, 1 dc in the next st), repeat from * to end, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R4:   ch 2, *(2 dc in the first st, 1 dc in each of the next 2 sts), repeat from * to end, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R5:   ch 2, *(2 dc in the first st, 1 dc in each of the next 3 sts), repeat from * to end, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R6:   ch 2, *(2 dc in the first st, 1 dc in each of the next 4 sts), repeat from * to end, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R7:   ch 2, *(2 dc in the first st, 1 dc in each of the next 5 sts), repeat from * to end, 1 dc in each remaining st around, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R8:   ch 2, 1 dc in each st around, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R9:   ch 2, *(1 dc in each of the next 5 st, dc2tog), repeat from * to end, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R10: ch 2, 1 dc in each st around, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R11:  ch 2, *(1 dc in each of the next 5 st, dc2tog), repeat from * to end, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join
R12: ch 2, 1 dc in each st around, sl st to the 1st dc of the round to join

Do NOT fasten off (unless you want to change colors for the brim)!

R13- R17: ch 1, sc in each st around, sl to the 1st sc to join

Fasten off and weave in ends.

I hope you have enjoyed this Crochet Beret pattern! It’s a slight variation on the basic beanie that gives it the unique beret shape. I’m going to use the rest of my cake to make another hat, since I didn’t get to the blue stripe in the Blueberry Kiwi with this one!

If you are joining us for the Mixed Stitch Blanket Crochet Along, Week 5 will be available Monday, June 5th! Join us in the Couch Surfer Crocheters Facebook group to share your progress or tag me on Instagram! If you would like to try a different hat pattern, check out the Slouchy Side Saddle Hat or the Criss Cross Hat!

This pattern is also available as a free Ravelry download. click here to download now. If you’ve enjoyed this project, feel free to share!


Please, please, please feel free to share your work with me! I would love to see your progress and finished pieces. Half the joy of creating is sharing it! You can post your work here in the comments, on my Facebook page, or you can join the Couch Surfer Crocheters FB Group!

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