All Ages Super Skull Beanie

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All Ages Super Skull Beanie Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet

Pattern Description:

Skill Level: Intermediate (stitches are easy, color changing is the intermediate part)

This pattern is great for any skull lover. It's super minimal design is great for a man, woman, child, heck, the whole family!

Using the Fair Isle technique this beanie will fit all ages and can be made in all colors. The one pictured are just a touch of the combinations you can create.

Fair Isle is a technique where two colors are used in any particular row to create pictures or designs in your project. Don't know how to do Fair Isle? Don't worry, there is an extensive photo tutorial section (13 pages!!!) that will not only teach you how to create Fair Isle but also covers all of this:

1. Color Changing throughout the beanie including at the round join.
2. Catching the yarn to create short floats.
3. How to keep your yarn untangled.
4. Photo tutorial of stitches used on beanie brim.
5. How to keep your seam straight on your beanie.
6. How to make a magic adjustable loop.

The beanie includes full written instructions as well as a color chart for the Fair Isle portion.

Recommended Yarn
3 - Light

Recommended Hook
3.5mm [US-E]
4.0mm [US-G]
2.5mm [US-C]
3.25mm [US-D]

Finished Measurements
Baby: 15" circumference
Child: 17" circumference
Woman: 20" circumference
Man: 22" circumference

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Knit Picks Palette

About Designer

About Designer

Deja Jetmir on craftsy.com

HEY EVERYONE! I?M DEJA JETMIR, THE FACE AND DESIGNER BEHIND CROCHET EVER AFTER.

READ ON TO LEARN A LITTLE ABOUT ME.

How long you been crocheting?

From the time I learned from my great-grandmother until now ? over 25 years.
Actual time crocheting (my 20s were a blur of school, work and debt, having a stash was not an option)? probably about 15.

How?d you start designing?
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