The popularity of the messy bun beanie hat is astonishing! I can see why though- it’s stylish and if you’re like me, you wear your hair up almost daily. After all, what’s more convenient than throwing your hair up in a bun and throwing on a hat to head out the door? Here’s a list of 10 free crochet messy bun beanie patterns for you to work up:
The above Quick & Textured Bun Hat pattern designed by Megan Shaimes works up quick and looks very stylish. She used Caron Simply Soft yarn scraps interchanged between rows, and it looks amazing!
This messy bun hat designed by Mango Tree Crafts is made with an elastic band, and includes 3 sizes – child, preteen, and adult. There’s also a free pattern for a flower you can attach to the hat as well.
Lauren from Daisy Cottage Designs is on a roll designing messy bun patterns! This shell stitch beanie works up quickly, and is one of her latest creations. Get the pattern for the hat and bow here.
The above Katniss messy bun hat was designed by Bella Haken & Zoo, and it’s one of my absolute favorite patterns. This hat is chunky and full of texture making it oh so warm as well as unique!
This cool looking Brain Waves Messy Bun Beanie by Playin’ Hooky Designs is unique and super cute. The tutorial also includes a video to help you along! Suggested yarn is Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice, Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn, Loops & Threads Impeccable, or Red Heart with Love.
Joy from Joyful Girl designed this messy bun hat. The pattern is worked from the top down and she offers lots of pictures in this step-by-step tutorial. Pattern can be found here.
This Lovely Heart Bun Hat was designed by Wilma Westenberg, and she offers two versions – one using the knit stitch, and the other a pattern that uses a single crochet. Both patterns include a video tutorial.
Make & Do Crew designed this amazing faux cabled bun beanie. It’s made using single crochet plus a bunch of chain loops that creates such an elegant cabled texture. This hat uses only one skein of Lion Brand Woolspun yarn. The pattern also includes a video tutorial to help you out!
If you want to buy one completed, check out these hats for sale on Etsy:
Don’t forget to PIN this page of free crochet messy bun patterns!