Here's a really fun project to crochet - a beanie in the tapestry style of crochet. Tapestry crochet is a method where, when working a pattern in two colors, the unused color is carried along behind and inside the stitch in the color being worked so there is no stranding behind the work.
You’ll want to make several of these cute beanies for yourself as well as for gifts for Christmas, Hanukkah, Birthdays, and many other occasions.
Size: The beanie measures about 9” from crown to brim. The head opening is designed to be stretchy, so one size fits most women and teens. The fit is snug, but not tight. The foam heads in the photos have no hair, so keep in mind the fit over hair will be closer to the head, like a cap.
Two color schemes are provided – the same four colors in a different combination. Of course, you don’t have to follow the color schemes shown. Have fun and create your own favorite color palette.
The Beanies shown are made with Cloudborn Fibers Highland DK, a 100% Fine Highland Wool, in 4 colors. The same 4 colors are used in both beanies and 1 skein of each color is more than enough for the two beanies shown. Any DK weight yarn should work, but you'll want to check your gauge. The pattern calls for an E and F Hook and a tapestry needle to weave in ends.
This is a crochet pattern, not a finished item. If you are looking for a finished item, these finished beanies are offered in my Etsy shop in the Hat Section. Please take a look!
Crochet enthusiasts - if this is not quite what you need, be sure to check out my other hat patterns and all of my other crochet patterns, as well! Happy stitching!
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