Into the Bush Beanie
"With the weather getting cooler this cute little beanie is the perfect accessory to whip up quick for everyone! Materials US J (6mm) hook (Clover hooks are my fav) 1 x Sugar Bush Bold (100% merino wool, worsted weight #4, 190 yards per skein) approx. 70 yds for this project Stitch marker Abbreviations ch = chain sl st = slip stitch st(s) = stitch(es) sc = single crochet hdc = half double crochet Notes pattern in US terms beanie is worked in continuous rounds, do not ch or turn at the beginning of each round gauge: 4.5″ diameter after round 5 finished size: adult - approx. 8.5″ x 8.5″ laying flat"
"This winter beanie is a snug fitting beanie. It is made with a super bulky weight yarn. The yarn used is a roving yarn, 100% wool by Sugar Bush yarns. This yarn may be substituted for any that is super bulky weight. You will need approximately 75 yards for this project. The hat is constructed from the bottom up. The ribbing of the hat is worked in rows, while the hat body is worked in rounds."
- Designed by: Tonya Bush
This lovely Tunisian hat requires only two stitches, which are: the Tunisian Knit and Purl stitches! By combining these two you will get a very fun, textured effect that will feel really nice on your head. It's worked from the bottom up and it's worked flat in rows. don't forget to change the colors!
Learn how to crochet a basic beanie! The Everyday Crochet Beanie is the perfect, easy crochet beanie that will become a staple in your fall and winter wardrobe. The Everyday Beanie features a ribbed fold over brim, a tapered head and is topped off with a yarn pom pom! You can also leave off the pom pom entirely for a minimalist and simple beanie :) This crochet beanie pattern has seven different sizes - preemie, baby, toddler, child, tween, adult small and adult large - so you can make a beanie for everyone in the family! There is also a step-by-step video tutorial.
"While it may be getting closer to Spring, it's still pretty cold here in Chicago, and I've been trying to find a balance between light and warm. After playing around with some of the yarn in my stash, I came up with the Serene Beanie - a beanie that adds just enough warmth to an outfit without being too heavy.To add just a bit more texture and interest to this pattern, I used a trinity stitch that helps make the beanie a little bit thicker. I love the way the rows of the stitch clusters line up all the way up the beanie and create this pebbly texture."