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Snow Puff Ribbed Beanie/Scarf & Double Brim Beanie


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Crochet this gorgeous Snow Puff Ribbed Beanie and Scarf set holding two different colours of yarn together at the same time! The fluffy pom poms add a touch of whimsy to this adorable set that requires 6 skeins of yarn in total (7 if you make your own yarn pom poms rather than using faux fur pom poms)! The Double Brim Ribbed Beanie is crocheted using one strand of worsted weight yarn to create a modern and sleek hat with a warm and sturdy double brim. The patterns are written in US crochet terminology and the finished dimensions of the Snow Puff Ribbed Beanie are 10.5" tall, 9" wide (when flat), 20" in circumference while the dimensions of the scarf are 8" wide x 84" long (without pom poms) . The finished dimensions of the Double Brim Ribbed Crochet Beanie are 10" tall, 9" wide (when flat), and 20" in circumference. The printable PDF is a total of 10 pages including the cover page and includes the step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet the ribbing, assembly instructions, and the full pattern for 3 designs: the Snow Puff Ribbed Beanie, Snow Puff Ribbed Scarf and Double Brim Ribbed Beanie! PDF is in ENGLISH ONLY! Please note that this is an ad-free, beautifully formatted, and concise PDF version of a pattern that can be found for free, with ads, on my blog! To view the free versions, go to: &

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All About Ami
All About Ami
My name is Stephanie, and I've been crocheting ever since I was a little girl! I rediscovered my love of crochet when I got married and started working, and I absolutely fell in love with “amigurumi”, the Japanese art of knitted/crocheted stuffed animals. This love of amigurumi drove me to start my blog All About Ami in January 2011 and I’ve been documenting my projects and sharing my original designs with people all over the world ever since! I live in Alberta, Canada with my loving husband Ryan who helps me photograph, design and complete my projects. I am also the mommy to two sweet little girls named Myla and Brielle! You can follow my work at !