If you’re looking for something light-weight to wear in the Fall then you will love the Grace beanie!
I designed it with warmer days in mind. More specifically the spring and early fall. I know those of us who love to sport our knitwear as much as possible appreciate a lighter design. I can even see this one being made in a cotton yarn for cooler summer days!
- size 4 Yarn
- K hook
- tapestry needle
DC (double crochet)
SL ST (slip stitch)
THE RIBBED BRIM:
Row 1 – In the 4th CH from the hook you will add a DC. Continue with DC all the way across. CH 3. Turn.
Row 2 – 36: DC in the BACK LOOPS all the way across. CH 3. Turn
Join the ends together by doing a SL ST all the way across. CH 2.
***From here we will be working in the round to create the body of the beanie.
Rnd 1 – Working the same ST as your CH 1 you will place a DC – CH 3 – DC – DC. Then you will skip the next 3 sts. *In the next ST you will place a DC – DC – CH 3 – DC – DC. Skip the next 3 sts. Rep from * all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3.
Rnd 2 – Working in the same space as your CH 3 you will place a DC – CH 3 – DC – DC. *Then you will skip over the previous row’s group of sts and place the same DC – DC – CH 3 – DC – DC into space between the grouped sts of the previous row. Rep from * all the way around. SL ST to the top of the CH 3.
Rnd 3 – 8: Repeat rnd 2. Tie off leaving a long tail for sewing the top closed.
SEWING THE TOP CLOSED:
Using your long tail you will weave in and out of the top stitches pulling everything tightly closed.
Weave in the ends.
You can add a topper to the beanie if you would like but I chose to leave the pom off. I felt like a pom would take away from the delicate stitches. But you can feel free to create it exactly how you would like!
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