20 Free Knitted Beanie Patterns That Are Great for Beginners

If you’re looking for free knitted hat patterns, I have a great roundup for you to check out below.

These knitted beanies are cute and will definitely keep you warm in the winter months. If you’re new to knitting, make sure you check out the “Knit Hat for Beginners” pattern by Handy Little Me.

This hat works up quickly, and the pattern includes easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions that are super helpful for newbies. You can find the pattern below.

If you’re looking for a beanie pattern that can be used for your entire family, check out “The Everybody Knit Hat” at the bottom of this roundup. This hat includes patterns for both children and adult sizes.

Horizons Beanie

The Horizons Beanie

This pattern uses knit stitches worked in the round and there is no ribbing or purling involved. That makes this hat fun and easy to whip up. Get the knitting pattern for the Horizons Beaniei.

Ade Beanie

The Ade Beanie

I am so in love with this Ade Beanie. This beanie is a fun and easy pattern that’s perfect for beginners. It uses a chunky yarn, meaning it will work up quickly. You could probably have your hat completed in just a few hours. Get the knitting pattern for the Ade Beanie.

Knit Hat for Beginners

Knit Hat for Beginners

This knit hat is perfect for beginners. If you’re new to knitting and are ready to create your first wearable, you should definitely give this pattern a try. Get the knitting pattern for the Knit Hat for Beginners.

Sea Love Beanie

Sea Love Beanie

This beanie gets its name because it’s an easy-to-make hat with a playful wave design. Perfect for beginners, this beanie can be customized with your choice of colors. Get the pattern for the Sea Love Beanie (free PDF download).

Classic Ribbed Hat

Classic Ribbed Hat

This Classic Ribbed Hat is absolutely stunning. Upon looking at it, you would never guess that this was made by hand. This hat is versatile and allows you to wear it cuffed or slouchy. Get the knitting pattern for the Classic Ribbed Hat.

January Hat

January Hat

The January Hat may take a little bit more time to make, but the end results make it worth it. Once you get the hang of the pattern, this hat would make a great gift for friends and family. Get the knitting pattern for the January Hat.

Hat Shaped Hat

You’re going to love this simple and classic pattern, perfect for beginners or those in search of a last-minute gift. With just 2-3 hours of knitting, you can whip up this hat in no time. Get the pattern for the Hat Shaped Hat.

Seriously Slouchy Slouch Hat

Seriously Slouchy Slouch Hat

Knit up this hat in no time! It’s perfect for beginners and adds a touch of slouch and style to your everyday look. Get the pattern for the Seriously Slouchy Slouch Hat (free PDF download).

Basic Beanie

Basic Beanie

Are you new to knitting and eager to knit your first beanie? Looking for a versatile beanie pattern that works for various sizes? Or perhaps you want a pattern that allows you to experiment with stripes, colorwork, or texture? This pattern is perfect for you. Get the pattern for the Basic Beanie.

Quick Ombre Hat

Quick Ombre Hat

This pattern incorporates stranded colorwork and gracefully transitions between colors. If you’ve never done colorwork, this hat is a great place to start. Get the pattern for the Quick Ombre Hat.

Classic Cuffed Hat

Classic Cuffed Hat

If you’re looking for a classic knitted hat, you’ll love this design. You can make your hat with or without the pom poms. Get the pattern for the Classic Cuffed Hat.

Big Hat

Big Hat

When it comes to adding a touch of playfulness to your outfit, nothing compares to a pom pom beanie. This hat takes this fun element to a new level with its oversized pom and reverse stockinette peeking out from the brim. Not only does it make a bold fashion statement, but it also serves a practical purpose. Get the pattern for the Big Hat.

Plaidtastic Hat

Plaidtastic Hat

Embrace the plaid trend this winter with this versatile plaid hat. This stylish accessory pairs seamlessly with your collection of plaid knits, and provides a fashionable and cozy solution to keeping your head warm. Get the pattern for the Plaidtastic Hat (free PDF download).

Diamond Knit Hat

The Diamond Knit Hat

If you want to create a beanie with an easy design, this is a fun textured project to make. The Diamond Knit Hat is composed of knit and purl stitches, making it very beginner-friendly. Get the knitting pattern for the Diamond Knit Hat.

Everybody Knit Hat

The Everybody Knit Hat

This hat is called The Everybody Knit Hat because it includes patterns for both children and adult sizes. These hats make great gifts for the entire family. Get the knitting pattern for the Everybody Knit Hat.

Phoenix Beanie

Here’s a delightful and speedy knitting project that creates a stunningly textured hat. With eye-catching cables, slipped stitches, and playful increases, this knit is guaranteed to keep you entertained. Get the pattern for the Phoenix Beanie.

Wurm Hat

Wurm Hat

I adore this unique knit hat. Not only does this hat look amazing, but it’s designed so that it can keep your ears warm too. Get the pattern for the Wurm Hat.

LOSY Hat

Losy Hat

Got a pile of leftover sock yarn just sitting there? Don’t let it go to waste! This quick and easy project will turn those scraps into a fabulous hat. Get the pattern for the LOSY Hat.

Leni Beanie

Leni Beanie

You’re going to turn heads with this ultimate casual hat. This beanie is made in the round, starting from the folded brim all the way up to the top. Feel free to use any yarn that matches the correct gauge. Get the pattern for the Leni Beanie.

My Baker’s Hat

My Baker's Hat

This hat is perfect for both men and women. Make one for yourself and your significant, family member, or friend. Get the pattern for the My Baker’s Hat.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this collection of knitted beanie hat patterns. There are so many delightful and stylish options available out there for you to choose from.

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I’m Tabitha, a Christian woman and professional writer who loves to share things that are uplifting and encouraging to other women of faith. My hobbies include reading, knitting, and cooking.

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