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Crochet Beanie Hat Cap- Part 2

February 24th, 2010 · 25 Comments · Knitting Patterns

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http://crochet-mania.blogspot.com/2008/01/beanie.html

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25 responses so far ↓

  • 1 mercyhurstchic // Feb 24, 2010 at

    I think I will do …
    I think I will do that pattern instead of the one from my beginner’s crochet book. This is much easier.

  • 2 mercyhurstchic // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Everytime I …
    Everytime I practice making rounds, they tend to curve into like a cup. How do I prevent that from happening? How do I make my rounds flat?

  • 3 orangeyoh // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Thanks so much for …
    Thanks so much for this tutorial! I’ve watched other tutorials that aren’t as clear or go way too fast. This was the first hat crocheting tutorial that really worked for me. 🙂 Thank you!

  • 4 missrollerpolar // Feb 24, 2010 at

    my funnel is taking …
    my funnel is taking forever too, it looks like a berret instead of a beanie, im hoping this is normal…

  • 5 xDarkxTwilightx // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Hi there. ummm. ive …
    Hi there. ummm. ive been using a K hook and its taking forever to make the funnel part. (where you put your head). is this normal??

  • 6 airwolf0496 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    lol im 13 ive …
    lol im 13 ive crocheted since i was 11….. i tought my self out of a book my grandma got me … ive always wanted to crochet a beanie so thanks for teaching me

  • 7 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    You are welcome.
    You are welcome.

  • 8 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Thank you. 🙂
    Thank you. 🙂

  • 9 Folashade1000 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    u are so blessed, …
    u are so blessed, thank u so much, am glad I found u.

  • 10 xTrippyxHippiex // Feb 24, 2010 at

    I just want to say …
    I just want to say Thank You for making How To videos for crocheting projects! I’m just learning how to crochet, and I’m 17, and your videos have helped me out so much! Thank you!!!

  • 11 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    You are welcome.
    You are welcome.

  • 12 kyocat123 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    these videos help …
    these videos help me ALOT! alot of the other youtube tube vids on how to make hats were either unclear or too fast moving. i have made two beninies alread 😀 thnks again!

  • 13 Tentenlaw // Feb 24, 2010 at

    @tjw1963: I finally …
    @tjw1963: I finally finished and sent it to my friends. Thanks. 🙂

  • 14 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    You cap might turn …
    You cap might turn out smaller with a smaller hook so you may need to modify with an extra increase round.

  • 15 niajhabenson7 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    k i did all the …
    k i did all the rounds i hope it tubes this time, but is it okay that i am using a G hook? i like tighter stitches so that’s why i chose this one.

  • 16 Blessedjoybj // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Thank you so much …
    Thank you so much for making this video 😀 I originally taught myself how to crochet, and have been doing it for 3 or 4years now. The only problem was that I only stuck to scarfs and blankets. Haha. Thank you again for the challenge and for teaching me some new skills i can use in the future!

  • 17 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    1 skein of super …
    1 skein of super saver, 4-6 ounces.

  • 18 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    If you are happy …
    If you are happy with it, you can modify it how you want to. The top of this cap is pretty wavy. It may not have come across in the video.

  • 19 gtarplyr123 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    @tjw1963 mine will …
    @tjw1963 mine will prolly b super small bc i used a size e needle!!! lol but it was still fun and btw awesome vid. there was one video of crocheting a hat and it said to do 60 rows and fold it in half and thread through the top and pull tight !!! this is way easier and prettier

  • 20 fiestachik // Feb 24, 2010 at

    i really recommend …
    i really recommend her videos to ppl who are trying to learn. im 18 and i learned from these videos. now a lot of my friends want me to make them one.

    QUESTION: is it ok if the hat looks more wavier at ROUND 6 than what yours did???

  • 21 Sereneblaze // Feb 24, 2010 at

    can you give me an …
    can you give me an estimate of how much yarn you had to use?

  • 22 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Don’t make yourself …
    Don’t make yourself frustrated trying to get all the stitches and numbers exact. Hats are pretty forgiving with crochet. As long as the hat is fitting, that is all that really matters.

    The slip stitch is done through the loops of the first stitch or chain loops. As long as the rounds of the hat are holding together, that will work. You can fine tune your crochet style as you practice.

  • 23 Tentenlaw // Feb 24, 2010 at

    It was so difficult …
    It was so difficult to crochet my first beanie. Anytime I have to put a slip knot, I always think “Ok, is it this one? Wait…no, it’s this hole. I am STUCK! Well, I have to count all my stitches again. 51…52..” 🙁

  • 24 tjw1963 // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Thank you. The hat …
    Thank you. The hat will work up smaller if you crochet tight. Using a smaller crochet and yarn will also make it smaller. What you can do to resolve this is work another round of increase stitches. You may have to do a couple if it turned out really small. There will be some trail and error in modifying it to the right size. You can make any size hat with any size hook and yarn.

  • 25 pyroXpeanut // Feb 24, 2010 at

    Your video was very …
    Your video was very helpful, Thank you.
    I know you’ve probably gotten a thousand questions on this, and a hundred of them repeated, but when I finished my hat was much too small. It seemed as if it was fit for an infant.
    I do naturally crochet a bit tight, but I’m not sure if that would have affected it so much. I use an F hook, and what’s even more strange is that I used really thick yarn. I’m so confused on how this could have happened.

    ps. You’re a wonderful teacher.

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