Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a beanie hat to fit a teenager or small adult part 18/26.
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How to Crochet a Beanie Hat Part 18/26
As I said before, I’m just—we’ve just made it smaller and I’m not too worried about it not looking like it’s going to fit or—because my problem is that I over compensate by overreacting and then I end up with the—don’t worry too tight that it can’t fit. So what we’re going do unless chained up two and then it’s half over crochet all the way around and you can really feel it in your hands when you get to the ones that are two stitches made into one it’s a little bit more bulk here. But it’s the stitch that actually really pulls everything together like it’s this line that will do it right after you’ve just pulled it together.
And now, think about it, I did that every eighth before and I probably did it eight times so your eight stitches left lots on this so it makes go even faster for you. We’re going to get Eric to test it right after—to get this line again. And again, if you doesn’t have somebody you can just test it on yourself, just look in the mirror and see what you would wear if you have it. You can see there’s an imperfection in the wall right here, we have to trim it afterward. Eric is trying to cook upon a—he’s trying not to make any sound for my video which is nice of him. So we’re at the end and we’re going to slip stitch this again and how Eric tests it. Now, this stitch—this line here that’s going to make it look—if it's going to work or not so let’s get him back in here.