Park City Beanie Free Crochet Pattern

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A Fabulous One Skein Wonder! The texture of the Park City Crochet Beanie simulates a knit hat and gives you such a snug classic beanie style! I did make both a knit and crochet version of this hat to have a little side by side fun.

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As I said before in other posts,  my favorite thing about one skein crochet beanie hats is that they can be classic and stylish and still be somewhat simplistic in design. No need to go all crazy - just a few classic stitches with my own twist and BAM! A fabulous hat is born.

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Supply List:
Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick Yarn (1 skein)
Crochet Hook Size N/P 10mm - I used my Furls Hook and LOVED it
Large needle to weave ends
Removable Stitchmarker
Pom Pom Maker (optional but who doesn't love a pom pom)

Stitches Used / Abbreviations (US Terms):

ch - Chain
sc - Single Crochet
scfl – Single Crochet Front Loop Only
scbl – Single Crochet Back Loop Only
sl st – slip stitch
st(s)

Gauge: 8 sts x 9 rounds = 4” in alternating scfl/scbl
Finished Size: 20” circumference x 10” depth

Note:
You will continue working in the same direction throughout the hat.
Do NOT turn your work after each Round.

TIP: Place your removable stitch marker in the first stitch of each of the rounds. This will help keep you on track and be able to identify the beginning of the round. When you encounter the marked stitch on successive rounds, remove the marker, work the first stitch of the next round, then replace the marker in this new first stitch of the round.

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PATTERN:
Start with a magic loop. If you do not know how to do a magic loop you can chain 3 and slip stitch together to form a chain circle. Either in your magic loop or your chain circle:

Round 1: Ch1 (does NOT act as st), 10 sc, sl st to top of first sc  to join and complete Round / 
Total for Round 1 is 10 sc.

Round 2: Ch1 (does NOT act as st), [scbl, scfl] into each st around, sl st to top of first sc  to join and complete Round  / Total for Round 2 is 20 sts.

Round 3: Ch1 (does NOT act as st),  *scfl in next st, [scbl, scfl] in next st, scbl in next st, [scfl, scbl] in next st* ; repeat  * to * around, sl st to top of first sc  to join and complete Round  / Total for Round 3 is 30 sts

Round 4: Ch1 (does NOT act as st), *scbl in first st, scfl in next st, [scbl, scfl] in next st,* ; repeat  * to * around, sl st to top of first sc  to join and complete Round  / Total for Round 4 is 40 sts.

Round 5: Ch 1, acts as first st, *scfl in first st, scbl in next st* ; repeat  * to * around, sl st to top of ch1 to join and complete Round.

Round 6: Ch 1, acts as first st, *scbl in first st, scfl in next st* ; repeat  * to * around, sl st to top of ch1 to join and complete Round.

Rounds 7-23: Repeat Rounds 5 & 6 alternating, ending with a Round 5.

Fasten Off.
Weave in ends.