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Bearded Hat Pattern

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This Bearded Hat Pattern can be a fun time for everyone. Wear it during the winter to keep you warm or wear it to your favorite sporting event to cheer on your team. Following the crochet instructions you'll learn the mustache is separate from the beard, you then weave the mustache into the beard.

Bearded Hat Pattern
Bearded Hat Pattern
This image courtesy of whistleandivy.com

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Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oh c;mom people. Where's your sense of humor???? My husband is bald and would wear this to keep his naked head warm. He also has to still smoke so he would have a warm face and a place to stick the cigarette. BUT...don't know why any woman would want to wear this. Make a few in brighter "hat" colors and I bet they would sell good at a craft fair or flea market. Simple and fast to make. If they don't go over I am sure Goodwill or St. Vincent's would appreciate the donations. Also Salvation Army.

tbbosh 1292858

I don't understand these bearded hats. I just don't understand. I can think of all kinds of adjectives to describe these but not today. ?????????????????????????????????????

kaleemoosie 6510679

With a couple horns on there you could have a viking halloween costume.

Good Old Granny

I like it, think I will make one for my grandson, he would get a lot of fun out of it!

ginnysidebottom 6364592

I love this hat. it is so fun. in the winter I have to wear a ski mask to go out and do the chores when it is -50, this is just fun, it's not like I'm going to wear it to church or the market. Ok, so maybe to get groceries, but not to the bank. LOL

geonmel

There's a reason this model isn't smiling.

mmseed

This is not a fave of mine. I don't get it on a woman. Just weird. It would be cute sized for a small boy, tho.

buzzybee

The best thing you can say is that when the 'beard' is in place, the hat won't slide or blow off. The "stash is gonna look pretty gross in the cold, tho".

bsa4two

the uglyist hat I have ever seen

wcheatham052649 0443858

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