Slouchy Beanie

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Slouchy Beanie Pattern

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Crocheting: Slouchy Beanie
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Infant/Baby

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • double crochet
  • reverse single crochet
  • front post double crochet
  • increase and decrease
  • join at end of rounds
  • work in back loops only

Pattern Description:

I have found my greatest love in the world of crochet: HATS! They are quick and easy to work up, and the possibilities are nearly endless when it comes to designing them.

After stumbling upon a pattern for a Slouchy Beanie (also know as Kingston caps, berets, tams, beanies), I wanted to try it, but put my own spin on it. I am new to the world of crochet design, but I am loving every minute of it! I wanted the pattern to be a little playful, but still have versatility (after all, I did design it for a baby ^_^), so I figured the front post double crochet would work well in the middle of the hat. I'm not the best when it comes to appropriately finishing off a look, but with only a little trial and error, I made the brim of the hat work with the reverse single crochet.

I hope you like it!
~Mamayir

Gauge:

Rounds 1-6=7" worked in the round in double crochet

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sized to fit a baby with 17" head circumference

Materials:

  • Worsed weight yarn in two colors
  • Crochet hook size J10/6mm and I9/5.5mm

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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by Stitchfixer
Everett, WA
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Hello all,
My name is CheVon Bell and I absolutely LOVE to crochet! I crochet amigurumi (which is a fancy way of saying crocheted stuffed animal), sweaters, hats, and anything else that comes to mind. I've done sewing, I've tried knitting; but for me, crochet is the way to go!

I began with knitting when I was pregnant with child number two, but found I didn't have the patience for it. Then I ...

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