Visor beanies are popular with the skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing crowd. You don’t have to be an extreme sports enthusiast to appreciate these versatile hats, though. They’re great for keeping your head warm and the sun out of your eyes at the same time, even if you’re just chilling out in the backyard at home.
Here’s a list of crochet patterns for making your own visor beanie hats. This is a two-part list; the patterns at the top of the list are available on the Internet for free. The... second part of the list features even more visor beanie patterns that you can buy.
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The "Backloop Visor Beanie" is a casual, versatile, unisex hat sized for teens and adults. It's worked in a variation of single crochet stitch; you'll crochet through the back loops to create the design.
This pattern design is by Erica Jackofsky. Erica is a whiz at designing hats; she's posted some truly fab designs here on our website. Be sure to take a look at her other crochet patterns too!
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Visor Beanie Hat Patterns by Valerie Whitten
Valerie Whitten has designed bunches of cute visor hat patterns (and even a visor pattern.) Many of her designs are sized for children. You can find links to some of her free patterns below:
03 of 09Debbie G. designed this practical hat for wintertime use. She was tired of getting snow spots on her glasses, so she came up with this pattern to fix that issue.
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Rina at RedCrochet.wordpress.com posted a free pattern for a visor beanie which she calls her "Hep Hat." It's an intriguing unisex design crocheted using half double crochets and front post double crochets.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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Theresa Richardson shares a free beanie pattern including symbol chart, written instructions, and even some helpful videos.
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This hat is designed to fit most women and teens. It can also be adapted to fit children.
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A creative Craftster.org user posted photos and instructions for an interesting hybrid visor beanie hat she crocheted.
She used a man's post stitch cap by Lyn's designs and added a modified version of the brim from Tenille's brimmed slouchy hat. The results are very cool if you're up for putting on your "thinking cap" to figure it all out. (If not, the two patterns she used are also great patterns on their own.)
08 of 09Here's a free pattern for a visor you can crochet using Red Heart yarn.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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Buy Visor Beanie Hat Patterns
If the free patterns listed above aren't quite what you had in mind, there are also more options for visor beanie patterns you can buy.