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How to crochet an easy Textured Beanie

Save 50.0% on select products from MOUSYA with promo code 50954MYF, through 1/31 while supplies last. So this beanie is worked in rounds and it is very easy to achieve, there is no increase, decrease, there is very minimal sewing at the end and the beanie looks nice and most important very warm. I love the stitch that I have used because it creates like a double layer at the back side of the beanie, it's like you are making two stitches in one, however it is that one stitch creating the double effect and for winter there is nothing better than having a nice beanie like that. The color change is not a must, because I didn't have 2 of the same color, I matched another color with it, I simply attached the two yarn threads together and continued working. Also for the number of stitches, the written pattern is based on medium/ large size, you can make around 50 chains for medium size, bear in mind that this is a chunky yarn.    PDF PATTERN: ETSY RAVELRY Materials: Kar

How to crochet the perfect seamless circle

So I've filmed the video sometime ago and here I am now sharing the written pattern for this easy how to make the perfect circle without any traces where you started or where you ended.

It is a simple trick which let you achieve the look you want of  the flat crochet circle, whether you want to make a blanket, a coaster or a base for a bowl, it is your choice with endless projects requiring a flat circle.

You can find below links to many projects I have done using a flat circle and many more still to come.

Here is the video first:

Written Pattern :
Chain 3 in every round is considered invisible chain.

Join to form a circle .
Round 1: Ch3, 11 dc inside the circle, join on top of the begining dc (not ch 3)

Round 2: ch 3, In the first stitch and every st , 2 dc, you must obtain 22 dc at the end, join the same way in round 1.

Round 3: Ch3, 2dc in the next st, 1dc in the next st, alternate between 2dc and 1dc until the end of the round.

Round 4: Ch3, *2 dc in the next st, 1dc in the next 2st# , repeat from * to# until the end of the round.

To make a bigger circle, in every round increase the 1dc in every st like in row 2 we did 1dc in the next 2 st, in round 5 it'll be 1dc in the next 3st and so on .

The secret in the seamless circle is that the beginning point is not seen and the work looks clean and even.

I hope you try it and like it , let me know if you have any questions 😊


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