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Floral Crown Beanie


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Beautiful textures and subtle colour changes all topped off with a gorgeous circle of petals on the crown; make this beanie a joy to make and to wear. Looks good on both gals and guys! Why not try it in black and grey for a more masculine look or go all out with baby pinks and magenta! Materials: Small quantities (less than 50g each) of 3 different colours of DK/Light Worsted weight yarn. Example made with James. C. Brett DK in Natural (A) and Marriners DK Yarn in shades of Sky (B) and Saxe (C). Method: The Floral Crown Beanie is made from the top down starting with a magic loop and worked in the round, in one piece, to eliminate seaming. Also available as part of the Hats, Hats, Hats! eBook with a substantial saving. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain double crochet single crochet slip stitch front post stitch back post stitch GAUGE Gauge is not critical because of the 'stretch factor' if you would like a particularly large diameter hat then go up a hook size or two, bearing in mind that more yarn will be required. The length is easily adjusted by repeating the final round. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 21 inches/53 cms unstretched to 24 inches/61 cms stretched, approximately, and will fit the majority of teenager and adult heads. COLORWAY Which ever is your favourite...details of pictred example are above

Recommended with this pattern

  • 50g each of three different coloured DK/Light Worsted Yarn
  • Large eyed tapestry needle for weaving in tails.

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I am a self taught designer with many (many!) years of knitting and crocheting experience. Extremely keen to promote the beautiful island where I am lucky enough to reside and absolutely LOVE all things textural. Lots more patterns are in development and I really look forward to sharing them with you soon.