Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie


Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie

Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie
Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie

"As beautiful as pastels are, I've always been drawn to the warm and earthy colours that Autumn has to offer! There is such a variety of burnt oranges, warm mustards, golden honeys, light and dark olives and delicious chocolates that the inspiration for new projects never cease to stop rolling in! So get into the spirit of Autumn with this chunky Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie, a perfect project for a crochet newbie as this pattern includes how-to photos and detailed descriptions!"


Crochet HookP/16 or 11.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge3 rows & 3 stitches in sc = 2 inches

Finished SizeChild to Adult

Materials List

  • 15.00mm (P) Crochet Hook
  • 160 - 180yds Super Chunky Yarn (14ply) - Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick
  • Large Clover Pom-Pom Maker
  • Tapestry Needle

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I don't think I've ever thought of a hat being snuggly until I saw this Toffee Apple Pompom Beanie. Now I have! It just looks like it could ward off any blizzard at all and do it in style too! Since it's designated an "easy" pattern and it's created with super chunky yarn I think it will make up quickly. This could be the Christmas of everyone gets one of these in their favorite color!

Olivia at Hopeful Honey always has the neatest ideas, and this chunky pompon beanie does not disappoint. The downloadable pattern (thats the only way to see the actual instructions) is available in three different sizes (Child, Teen and Adult). As for that marvelous huge pompon, she strongly suggests using one of the Clover Pompon Makers. I heartily agree, and if you dont already have these useful devices, go get them as soon as you can.

Does anyone know how to proceed if one wishes to use a 4ply yarn? TIA

Generally you can substitute two strands of 4ply worsted for one strand of bulky or chunky yarn. Use 2 individual skeins and hold the threads together. It can be a bit tricky, but you'll soon get the hang of it. You can use two of the same color, or different colors for added interest.


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