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Popcorn Beanie with Buttoned Up Brim


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Popcorn Beanie is now a flagship product of Momohana Kobo. It is an ideal pattern I came upon through countless trial and error so I am especially attached to it. This hat used to be a plain visor beanie I designed for a newborn when I was pregnant with my first child in 2004. After he was born and was spending more time outside, I made a beanie with a broader brim so he won't have the sun in his eyes. This worked but it wasn't perfect because it couldn't block the sun coming from the side. So I tried making the brim wider but this made the beanie look unstylish because the brim was too big. But this mistake gave me a chance to come up with the creative idea to fold up the sides with a button. This led me to adding a three-dimensional Popcorn Stitch and also to make the matching popcorn beanie in adult size originally for myself. PLEASE NOTE: Individual crochetters may sell a hat made from this pattern. I just ask that you credit me as the pattern's author and include a link to my Etsy shop in your listing. Thank you!! Original Design by Yoshie Wakabayashi from Momohana Kobo BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic crochet stitches: "ch, dc, sc, sc2tog, sl st" Special stitch: popcorn Crocheted in the round from the top down GAUGE 4 inches = 15 sts SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximate circumference: 22 inches

Supplies Needed

  • SIngle stranded worsted weight yarn or double stranded DK/ light worsted weight yarn (2 colors)
  • Needle and thread (for sewing buttons)
  • Scissor

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My name is Yoshie and I'm the solo designer and maker behind Momohana Kobo. I'm also a Japanese calligrapher, licensed in Brush and Pencil calligraphy from "Nihon Shuji," the Japan Calligraphy Education Foundation. I started crocheting in my early childhood years. It always has been my hobby. I opened Momohana Kobo originally as an eco-conscious knitwear brand. Since then I have been exploring more ways to not only be eco-friendly, but help people as well. I'm very excited about what the future holds, discovering more possibilities. Visit my shop to see more eco-friendly and socially responsible handmade knitwear