Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a beanie hat to fit a teenager or small adult part 26/26.
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So to clean up your project what were we going to do is I'm going to pull this back tight again. And were to get our scissors, and cut the material over and your hand like that. Use this needle, and just pull the string out. What I recommend, because it is Eric and he is a kid. I’d recommend making a knot, right at the starting point. So I’ll pull it through leaving some on the other side, and making your knot.
So it’s one part of it. Now let’s pull it through again, using your fingers to hold it so that you can actually get it from the other side. Pull three again, and then now make your knot. Okay, so now it’s called weaving. So stick you needle into the next available stitch like so. Turn this over top right away for you, around your hook and pull it through towards you, away from you going to the next stitch. Pull towards you and that’s called weaving. Okay so there is a loose in there so we’re going to trim that.
And so that in is on the interior of the actual hat, pull that. Okay so we had a struggler were the line were. You see I’m not worried about that falling out. So I’m just going to cut it and pull the other one. Do you see how I just cutting it random. Because when I go to stretch it again it disappears. And so what else do we got? We have that imperfection in the wool somewhere, not everywhere but right there. So what we’re going to do is we’re going to trim that out.
So you can’t see that anymore, this is the starting point and this is on the inside of the hat, so I’m just going to make it little it a little bit smaller, and this hat is now completed. And I’m not worried about these sections here; they will flatten all this as soon as Eric wears it up a little bit. And that is the back. This is where we did all the slip stitching, it looks pretty clean.
Yes. So yup, so there you go. Okay and well that’s it, and that’s how you make an adult teenager beanie hat.