Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a beanie hat to fit a teenager or small adult part 13/26.
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How to Crochet a Beanie Hat Part 13/26
What we’re going to do now is we’re going to change the color for wine striped around and I have not finished off this line, I have not started up of my slip stitching because in order for the colors to be perfectly central all the way around like even this is the slip stitch point it doesn’t look perfect it’s pretty close and this is how you do it. Grab your next material; I have not cut any strings yet. So what we’re going to do is keep that in a loop in your—available for you and you’re going to slip stitch into the top of where you always have been. And instead of grabbing that red material, you’re going to actually grab the black material and slip stitch using the black so that hole and through the red hole. And we want to pull that tight and we want to make sure this thread which I called loosens is enough. You want to pull the red nice and tight too and what we’re going to do is we’re going to trim the red the same color or the same length as the black.
So now, what we’re going to do is that we’re going to move it so that these two colors are now on top of the line just like so, pull that black nice and tight and you’re going to chain up two, one and two. And remember you’re not going to go—you’re not making this any bigger. So what you’re going to do with the strikers so you just kind of light on top of the line and as you grab the material those stragglers are going to trap themselves into that line. That’s how I didn’t tight any knots you don’t need to. Want to keep tagging on those makes it nice and tight those stragglers. Now is the time to pull those stragglers tight, you can’t do it after.
So what we’re going to do now is go all the way around, have double-crochet. And because we’re not making this any bigger you’re going to start seeming the shape of this, will really take effect and really quickly between the next two lines. So what we’re just going to do is have double-crochet all the way around and I just want—one stripe you can do, you can go two stripes if you want like you can go like more than just one line for the stripe if you want. I find the really makes this anyhow look really effective. So I’m not even counting, I’m just doing my—double-crochet this all the way around. We’re having Eric come back in here shortly to test it on his head again. And if it’s too big at this point, we can actually make it smaller by making one of the lines smaller than the rest to give it some tightness. And of course I’m going to show you how to do that too. I don’t like work my black because you can’t really—can’t get it quick—I do what I’m doing but--.
And you can tell in doing this in real time, all that whole serious is actually done in real time so if you combine them together you can actually find out how long it takes to do this project as I’m not fast forwarding or cutting out. When I get to the end of those lines I’m going to be slip stitching it like I had been along. But what we’re going to do when we slip stitch it, we’re going to change the color back to red so we’re just making this line. So what I’m going to do then is I’m going to slip stitch it with the red. I’ll do that in the next video. Slip stitching I think is a real perch to do it. Some people cheat and what they do is they could work in a complete spiral so that they don’t ever have to slip--it looks a lot cleaner. So I’ll stop there and we’re going to slip stitch the red back in.