Autumn Amore Beanie


Autumn Amore Beanie

Autumn Amore Beanie
Autumn Amore Beanie

"The first pattern for the Autumn Amore Crochet Along is the Autumn Amore Beanie! With sizes for the whole family and a messy bun option as well, you will come back to this free crochet pattern again and again! This top-down hat pattern will teach you how to increase the moss stitch (aka the linen stitch or granite stitch) in the round, how to work it evenly in rounds, and how to work it in 3 different colors. This stitch pattern is completely unisex, and different colors can create all sorts of different looks!"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook, K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Finished Size0-6 mths; 6-12 mths; 1-3 yrs; 3-10 yrs; Teen/Small Adult; Large Adult

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I like the look of this Autumn Amore Beanie. After reading the pattern It sounds like it should come out nicely. I like the colors she used, and the stitch pattern. There are some good links to learn or refresh your memory for the Moss Stitch. The tutorial helped me and should be useful for anyone who needs it. I'm now wanting to find the yarn she used.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet hat pattern.

This pattern has it all. Not only is the hat universal, but you can work it up in just about any size (including doggy sized!), but as a beanie, slouchie or even a messy bun. Each hat is based on the size before it, so youre essentially working a series of repeats. The whole kit and kaboodle is available as a free download, too.

How many of you here have had the chance to work with Red Heart's Amore yarn? I have not, not yet anyway. Perhaps this unisex beanie will be my first project with it!? There are at least three names for this stitch- and that explains my confusion with it in the past. The color changes are what accentuate the stitch, which mimics a knit which seems to be very desirable these days!

I usually get all my yarn at JoAnn's and I haven't seen it yet. I do know they have some new Red Heart yarns because I picked up some Striping and Color Blocking last week.


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