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EASY BEANIE
TERMS:
Single crochet = SC
Half Double Crochet = HDC
Stitch= ST
Chain= Ch
slip stitch = ss
Space = Spc

I found this pattern on another website
but i changed the hook size & used less rounds.
i worked loosely. but not to loose haha.

Posted by STUBS! from Phoenix, Arizona, United States • Published See STUBS!'s 7 projects »
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  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 0
    Step 1

    START HERE: ch 3, join in first ch with a ss

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 1
    Step 2

    START HERE: ch 3, join in first ch with a ss

    Round 1: Ch 3, work 9 HDC & CH 1
    in the loop that was just made.
    join in (1st ch of ch 3) with a sc

    ****be sure to chain 1 after each HDC

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 2
    Step 3

    round 2: Ch 3, work Hdc in same spc.
    *Hdc ch 1, hdc ch 1*
    in each space around.

    join in 1st ch with a sc

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 3
    Step 4

    round 3&4: Ch 3 , HDC CH 1, in each space around.

    join with sc.

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 4
    Step 5

    Round 5: Ch 3 HDc, CH1 in same space.
    Hdc ch1 in next space.
    *Hdc ch1, Hdc ch1 in next space
    1 hdc ch1 in next space.*

    join with sc

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 5
    Step 6

    Round 6-13: CH 3, HDC, CH 1, in each space. Join each round with a single crochet.

    ***you can keep adding rounds, it depends how deep you want the hat.

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 6
    Step 7

    Band:
    Round 17: Ch 1, 2 SC in each space around join

    Round 18: CH 1, Single crochet in each single crochet around, join.

  • How to make a beanie. Lightweight Crochet Beanie - Step 7
    Step 8

    your hat should be finished.
    if you have any questions, please ask.

    thanks for takin a look .

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Brooks Z.
Brooks Z. · Madison, Wisconsin, US · 74 projects
ok i really wanna make this but everytime i do it it ruffles instead of makin an actual flat circle
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Deeny!
Deeny! · Potsdam, New York, US · 12 projects
I'm pretty new to crocheting, so I might be making a mistake, but my edges keep curling...any clue where I'm going wrong?
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RogueSister
RogueSister · Richmond, England, GB · 11 projects
Just learned to crochet, thought I could handle it but aparently theres quite a few more techniques i need to learn
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Kendra M.
Kendra M. · Mocksville, North Carolina, US · 1 project
love it!! gonna give it a try tonight!!! =)
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Kendra M.
Kendra M. · Mocksville, North Carolina, US · 1 project
love it!! gonna give it a try tonight!!! =)
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Kendra M.
Kendra M. · Mocksville, North Carolina, US · 1 project
love it!! gonna give it a try tonight!!! =)
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peppermint stripe//
peppermint stripe// · Stirling, Scotland, GB · 3 projects
gorgeous!!
x
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STUBS!
STUBS! · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 7 projects
yeah 18 rnds
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mew
mew · Division No. 18, Unorganized, Saskatchewan, CA · 2 projects
So all in all... 18 rounds?
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untitled  k.
untitled k. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 1 project
lovely lovely lovely!!
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