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October is a great transition month.

Thus, here are some ideas for new October beanie crochet patterns created for this fall that will help transition your crocheting between the seasons. All in all, these colorful, joyful hats will be little beacons of summer in the autumn drabness, once the leaves lose their magnificent colors. Of course, they are little works of art in themselves and will be well loved by everyone, regardless of the age. Furthermore, since they are easy and quick, you can outfit the whole fam-jam, even if yours is a big ‘un.

Waste not want not scrap hat / Stashbusting Beanie

Indeed, none of us like to see waste. So, here is an crochet beanie inspired by an eponymous sweater. To summarize, this is a quick and fun pattern that uses scraps of yarns to make a beautiful new thing.

not scrap hat

The original pattern and the photos are available on doradoes.co.uk blog:

Stashbusting Beanie

Striped Dylan Claire Beanie

However, an October beanie can be a little more “designerish”. Thus, this easy pattern is made with selected colors but worked in simple double crochet.

striped beanie

The original pattern and the photos are available on eyeloveknots.com log:

Striped Dylan Claire Beanie

Lavender Kisses Beanie

Undoubtedly an October beanie is best accompanied by a matching accessory. Therefore, the Lavender Kisses Beanie is best accompanied by the Lavender Kisses Cowl. Moreover, the size is adjustable for anyone in their teens or older.

Lavender Kisses Beanie

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The original pattern and the photos are available on  mooglyblog.com blog:

Lavender Kisses Beanie

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Jelly Beanie

And here is a fun pattern with a lots of possibilities of personalization. You can experiment with a base color, pom-pom colors, colors of 3 rows of braids, or you can even mix a braid’s color or skip the pom-pom entirely. 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.

Jelly Beanie

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

Jelly Beanie

Jelly Beanie

Here you have more ideas for Jelly Beanie. Which one to choose, eh?

jelly beanie

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

Jelly Beanie

more info about Mmmoser7’s project on Ravelry.

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