Crocheted hats with pom poms full of rainbows.

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While beanies are for the cold, they can be wonderfully warm-colored and joyful.

Thus, here are some ideas for a beanie full of rainbows or a collection of noggin warmers with sunshine built in. Of course, they are still everything a beanie should be, namely warm, snug, easy to make and fun to modify. However, one of the main advantages is that they are quick and require no specialty yarns or hooks. Therefore, all you have to do is take one of these wonderful patterns, choose your colors and you are off to the races. Better still, you can use odds and ends from your stash and make each of these without cracking new skeins open. Lastly, you can customize them to your heart’s content as well.

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Hump De Bump Beanie

To begin with, this striped beanie is a classic, noggin-hugging beanie full of rainbows pattern that can be made both in monochrome and in multiple colors, because the alternating lines also differ in texture. I mean, rainbows, right?

Hump De Bump Beanie

The original pattern and the photos are available on

Hump de bump beanie

Jelly Beanie

And here is a fun pattern for a beanie full of rainbows with a lots of possibilities of personalization. Overall, you can experiment with the base color, pom-pom colors, the colors of 3 rows of braids, or you can even mix any given braid’s color. of course, you can skip the pom-pom entirely as well. This is a real haven for creativity, but also a real nightmare if you are indecisive 😉 The pattern for this crochet beanie is well written and is intermediate-beginner friendly.

The original pattern and the photos are available at Loops and Love Crochet blog:

Jelly Beanie

Northern Lights Beanie

Finally, this beanie is a true aurora “beanialis”. This beanie full of rainbows renders in crochet what the Aurora renders in light and is a fantabulous way to make a colorful, highly personalized winter hat to match your clothes and personality.

Northen Lights Beanie

The original pattern and the photos are available on :

Northern Lights Beanie

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