Project

Urban Revival Slouch Beanie

Project Description

What was your source for this crocheting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Urban Revival Beanie Link to website or photo www.caron.com What are you most proud of? I'm very proud of the fact that I take great pride in anything that I make. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Be familiar with crochet, and don't make this a, "first" project, start with something easy like a scarf or dishcloth.

What you will need

  • Naturally Caron Country Yarn Color-0013 Spruce

Q&A with Berly731

dirt7girl asked:
Where is the pattern for this slouch? It's really great!
Berly731 answered:
http://www.caron.com/vickiehowell/patterns/urban_revival/urban_revival.html
shakita2 asked:
Hello, love how you made it! Did you use the different crochet stich pattern? Yours looks differnet ... Is yours something as 5 in one+2 , when caron's is a puff?
Berly731 answered:
I used the stitch in the pattern, maybe it looks different because I used a different yarn.
Heyallyoupeople asked:
Hi...would you happen to have a video or know of one that could help me (and explain) how to do the hat...because I get stuck after slip stitching the chain...PLEASE REPLY ASAP(:
Berly731 answered:
I dont know of any video. Let me know exactly where you are having trouble and I will try to explain it to you. after you slip stitch the chain to form a circle u chain 3, then do your, (dc, ch2, sc) in that same stitch where you joined the chain to make a circle. You do all three stitches in the same stitch. Then you skip 2 chains and continue with pattern with a (2 dc, chain 2, sc) all in the next chain after skipping the two.
Heyallyoupeople asked:
Oh okay so then after I chain 3 I do a double crochet and then I chain 2 and do a single crochet all in the same stitch...so in total its 2 double crochets and a single crochet? And then I proceed to do the same, but skip 2 chains and do that all around right?
Berly731 answered:
Yes, you got it! The chain 3 in the beginning counts as your first dc...excellent!
Heyallyoupeople asked:
Sorry it doesn't seem to be working right... *ch-3 --29
Berly731 answered:
This just means to slip stitch in the third chain of you first chain 3-the 29 means thats how many pattern repeats you should have when you finish round 1. so you should have 29, (2dc, ch2, sc). Now as you start round 2...you slip stitch in the first chain 2 space of your first pattern repeat, so in the pattern, (2dc,ch2,sc) you will be slip stitching into that chain 2 space, then you continue with the round.