Petals and Posts Beanie

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Petals and Posts Beanie Pattern


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Pattern Details

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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Front Post double crochet

Pattern Description:

I had so much fun designing this unique pattern. The flower in the crown really pops out. The pattern requires some concentration at the beginning, if you can follow a written pattern and can make Front Post double crochet stitches, this will not be too much bother. The outcome is certainly worth it.

Plain colors will make the flower stand out even more, though I couldn't get away from beautiful variegated yarns when I was doing the test beanies! They all look amazing!

I have included the use of 2 yarn types within the pattern, the 8 ply being more widely used in my warm Australian climate. I have also included the worsted 10 ply, as the pattern is easily adjustable for the change. You can choose which yarn you would prefer to use!

This PDF pattern fits ages 3 yrs to adult. Smaller sizes will be available in the future. Have fun making your Jam made design, love Jen x


  • 200g ball of worsted 10 ply yarn
  • OR 200g ball of DK (8 ply) yarn
  • 4.5mm hook
  • 5mm hook

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Sean the sheep (Australia) Red heart (US)

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Jen Maude aka Jam made, I'm a designer and maker of pretty vintage-inspired things. I've always been crafting mad. I started knitting when I was about 8 - thanks Mum! I decided I must teach myself to crochet and set about achieving that in 2004. I adore creative expression in any form that grabs me. Craft, art, poetry, planting a garden, playing/singing with the kids.

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