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Textured Ponytail Beanie: A Crochet Pattern

December's Blog Hop Event is almost here! Happy Thanksgiving All.

This Textured Ponytail Beanie - Crochet Pattern was created for my sister and all here hair. I am excited to put this pattern into the Quick Gifts and Cozy Makes Blog Hop hosted by Straight Hooked

The Blog Hop will start 12/1/23 and end 12/31/23?


My Textured Ponytail Beanie will be featured on Chirstmas Day 12/25/23. Usually the coupon code is only active during the 24hours the pattern is featured in a hop, however in the christmas spirit the coupon code will be active from 12/1/23 to 12/31/23 PST you will be able to get the pdf from Ravelry for 50% off with the coupon code provided on the host site. The pattern will also be 50% off in my Ribblr store for the duration of the blog hop!

The blog post here has the written instructions for the Textured Ponlytail Beanie, the pdf has a few photos throughout it to accompany the written instructions, the Ribblr pattern has photos as well as linked videos in the e-pattern to help those who are more visual when they follow patterns. There is also a YouTube tutorial embedded here to show a few steps of the pattern if you like working from video; If this video is helpful you can find more crochet tutorials on my YouTube channel @mycraftypursuits. I would love to have you stop by, check them out, and subscribe!

Each day during the blog hop, a wonderful designer will have a turn being featured in which you will be able to get their featured pattern for 50% off to free. This is a great way to get introduced to some amazing designers and find out what your preferred pattern style is to follow. You can find the host blog with all the coupon codes here with the Return to Blog Hop button.

*Here are some great designers participating in this blog hop. come visit and give a follow to on Instagram, you can find me @mycraftypursuits

Here are the links to the pdf pattern on Ravelry and the interactive e-pattern on Ribblr.

To make this Textured Ponytail Beanie you will need a few items and need to know a few abbreviations, if there are any abbreviations you do not know or any stitch you might need help with, check out the abbreviations link.

There is also a tutorial video to help with spots some get stuck on.

the video is not a complete pattern you will need the instructions here or in the pdf/e-pattern to finish the project

Video Tutorial for the medium size for the Textured Ponytail Beanie

Written Pattern for the Textured Ponytail Beanie

Medium Size:


Yarn: your choice of color in any worsted/Standard 4 weight

I used:

¹ Red Heart: denim blue- Medium- 123 yards

Crochet Hook(s):

G (4.00 mm) hook

Other Supplies:

Scissors, Stitch markers, and a 2" hair band

Gauge swatch:

With G (4.00mm) hook and worsted (4) weight 100% acrylic yarn

Ch 17, Row 1: in 2nd bb from hook sc 16, Row 2 – 16: ch 1, turn, sc 16

Measures: 4” x 4”


Medium: Circumference of Brim: 26.5” ; when laying flat- tall: 8.5” & wide at brim: 12.5”


-It can be beneficial to look through entire pattern before starting.

-The pattern is written in standard US terminology and written working right-handed

- 2sc = increase stitch, if inc is easier for you to follow than 2sc you can make notes throughout the pattern before starting.

-Rnds are worked continuous unless otherwise noted

-slst to join, is a slst that is pulled tight so it disappears, it is more of a knot than a stitch

Textured Ponytail Beanie (Medium):

Note: you will start by working around your elastic band slst around the elastic band and ch 1

Rnd 1: sc 30 - Note: it can be helpful to place a stitch marker in the last st to help track what Rnd you are on

Rnd 2: [2sc, sc 5]x5 (35)

Rnd 3: hdc 35 (35)

Rnd 4: [2sc, sc 6]x5 (40)

Rnd 5: [2sc, sc 7]x5 (45)

Rnd 6: hdc 45 (45)

Rnd 7: [2sc, sc 8]x5 (50)

Rnd 8: [2sc, sc 9]x5 (55)

Rnd 9: hdc 55 (55)

Rnd 10: [2hdc, hdc 10]x5 (60)

Rnd 11: [2hdc, hdc 11]x5 (65)

Rnd 12: [2hdc, hdc 12]x5 (70)

Rnd 13: [2hdc, hdc 13]x5 (75)

Rnd 14: [2hdc, hdc 14]x5 (80)

Rnd 15-17: hdc 80 (80)

Note: if you would like more length to your beanie you can continue to add a few or hdc rounds before starting on the camel sts (approx.+8yrds for each additional Rnd)

Note: the third loop of the hdc is in front of the back and front loop when working continuous rounds.

Rnd 18: ca-sc 80 (80)

Rnd 19: hdc 80 (80)

Rnd 20: ca-sc 80 (80)

Rnd 21: hdc 80 (80)

Rnd 22: ca-sc 80 (80)

Rnd 23: dc 80 (80)

Rnd 24: [FP-dc 1, BP-dc 1]x 40 (80)

Rnd 25: [FP-dc 1, BP-dc 1]x 39, FP-dc, sc, slst to join (80)

Cut, tie, weave in the ends

For the duration of the Blog Hop (12/1/23 to 12/31/23) this pattern will be 50% off with the coupon code in my Ravelry shop with the link below (and 50% off in my Ribblr shop with the link at the start of this blog post)

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