Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a beanie hat to fit a teenager or small adult part 5/26.
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How to Crochet a Beanie Hat Part 5/26
So move on to the next line, what we want to do is called the slip stitch. And what you’ll have to do is, you have to stick it to the top of the beginning stitch as we come around, and you did not wrap your material around you just stick it right into that first stitch, grab your material, pull it through that hole, and pull it through that whole, and that is called the slip stitch which makes it into a perfect circle.
So now what you want to do is that you want to turn this twelve now into twenty four. So what were going to do is chain up two, one and two. And now go into the very next stitch which is right there. We want to put two half double crochets into each of those stitches. So another one, okay so we got two into that hole, let’s go into the next hole. Now were going to put two into that.
I’m going to try that one again. I don’t wind up big balls of wool, but it’s kind of a mess all over my living room. So we’re moving on to the next hole, and put two into that one, and it’s so easy to tell like you got two in there, one and two and then one and two. And the size of the hook that I have today is a J, the J hook.
Now the other one behind me in there is a black hide, black, I’d find the hardest color to work with because it doesn’t really show off the stitches very well so I’m doing this hat in red to show you, to make it very easy for you to follow along.
And I’m continuing to put two half double crochets into each of the twelve stitches that were around and what I’m done, that will be 24. But you don’t need to really count twenty four do you? So were now finishing, that and we’ll go into the next video.