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Saturday Night Crochet Beanie

Saturday Night Crochet Beanie

"The Saturday Night Slouch. Includes options for a regular beanie or slouchy beanie. The slouchy beanie used about 3/4 skein of yarn, makes a great 1-skein pattern."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook, I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeG hook - Small, H hook - Med, I hook - Large

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This is a great name for this quickie project. I love how you can either work it up as a beanie or, my personal preference, a slouchie hat. Once you get the stitch pattern established, it just repeats from there. Just match the number of repeats to the style you want. The open work is created by using only Front Post Double Crochet, so no worries about switching to the Back.

I confess that I've never made a slouch beanie before. Has anyone worn both? Would you be willing to share which one you prefer and why? This is such an open weave that I think it would be perfect for down here in the south since our winters don't get as cold. Wow! I just realized since these take such a small amount of yarn each that I have several of these just sitting around here waiting to be created. I guess that's what ya'll call a stash buster! Huh?

Her website is one of the nicer and less annoying that I have come across, I must say. It is easy to navigate the page in order to read the pattern, and doesn't have a million pop-up ads invading my screen. I read in the comments that a user only needed a little over a half skein of Caron Simply Soft to complete the project! A great budget friendly one at that.

This looks like a super easy project. I think I will try it for Christmas gifts for my friends. I wonder how well it would work with the Caron Cakes yarn? Has anyone tried it with a variegated yarn? I hope they are as quick to make as the description says. The quicker they are to make the more presents I will have to give!

This Saturday Night Crochet Beanie looks very chic. You can actually wear it on a Saturday night out with your friends and still look great. The pattern used makes this beanie a bit formal unlike those common patterns we see like the mostly double crochet or half double crochet designs. Also the purple and olive green colors used here are not the common primary colors that you would see around. I'd like to do this beanie one of these days in the same color. I think this would be an exciting piece to wear. Yeah, why not?


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