Reversible Post Stitch Beanie

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Reversible Post Stitch Beanie Pattern

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Crocheting: Reversible Post Stitch Beanie
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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:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • working in the round
  • front-post double crochet stitch
  • back-post double crochet stitch
  • magic circle (link included)
  • regular double crochet

Pattern Description:

This easy-to-make hat gives you 2 different looks with little fuss since its completely reversible!

After the first couple of rounds, you will be crocheting unjoined rounds of front-post double crochet stitches. This makes a hat that is very squishy, stretchy and warm - and has no visible seam line no matter which way you wear it.

Since this stitch pattern is so stretchy, you may find that the hat fits a wide range - one hat I made fits my 4 year old granddaughter AND her mother.

I used Crystal Palace Shambala for the blue modeled hat; but any chunky/bulky weight will work. You can also use a regular worsted weight yarn and just make the next bigger size.

Gauge:

At the end of Round 1, your circle should measure 2.75 inches/7 cms in diameter.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small (Baby): fits 15-16 inch head
  • Medium (Child): fits 18-20 inch head
  • Large (Teen/Ladies): fits 20-22 inch head
  • X-Large (Men): fits 23+ inch head

Materials:

  • 2 - 4.5 ounces (60 - 125 grams); 80 - 175 yards (75 - 160 meters) of bulky weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Crochet hook US I/9 - 5.5mm
  • stitch marker
  • yarn needle

About Designer

About Designer

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Pam Daley Designs
by Pam Daley
Full time RVers - currently in Oregon
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Crocheting is my crafty passion - passed on to me by my grandmother. :-)

My husband and I were both blessed to be able to retire just after turning 50 in January 2007. We sold just about everything we couldn?t fit in the pickup truck or RV and started choosing places we wanted to see on a big map.

And then I got cancer.

Our travel plans were put on hold as I went through chemotherapy, ...

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