The most recent introduction to the Beanies & Weenies inventory is here! Introducing: our new chunky beanies! Made with super chunky yarn, this beanie is super soft and super warm. It measures 8 inches tall, 9 ½ inches wide, and 20 ½ inches around, making it suitable for anyone. It is a great gift for men and women alike.
You can buy your own here or on Etsy, or buy the pattern to make it yourself! I used Michael's Loops & Threads Country Loom yarn in Nobility for this particular beanie, but Lion Brand Hometown yarn works great for these hats too. This yarn would be perfect for making your own chunky beanie!
I hope you guys like this new addition to the Beanies & Weenies line. Check out our other amazing products here and feel free to leave your own comments and reviews!
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Now that Valentines Day is over, I think it's time to put these Valentines themed washcloths and dishrags on sale! These reds and pinks have to go!
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and what better way to show someone that you care than with mini crochet hearts?! These crochet hearts are barely 2 inches big. I love to stick them in small places where people can find them unexpected places. Shoes, pillow cases, drawers. You name it, I stick these crochet hearts everywhere! The pattern is really simple and easy to make. Plus, it only takes 5 minutes to make. So, as you prepare for Valentine's Day, consider making these mini crochet hearts and possibly stringing them together to make a banner for decorations!
If you haven't learned how to do the magic circle yet, you need to. The magic circle is an easy way to start off a project in the round without having to worry about the original circle being too big. It is a way for you to make sure there are no more ugly, bulbous, loopy holes in the beginning of your work. It's heaven sent and so easy to do. The great part is you can use it with any size yarn and hook! I start off most of my circular this way, unless it's a more complex pattern that calls for a certain size beginning hole. Many of the patterns I have to share coming up this month involve using the magic circle, sometimes called the magic loop, so I thought now would be the perfect time to teach you how to do it. Without further ado, here is the magic circle tutorial:
Step 1: Take your yarn an form a loop with the tail end crossing over on top. Laying it down flat might help to visualize which end is which.
Step 2: Insert your hook into the loop with the tail end on top.
Step 3: Using the working yarn, yarn over and chain 1 into the loop.
Step 4: Chain 2 more to form your first stitch in the work.
Step 5: Double crochet, or use your preferred stitch, into the loop the number of times the pattern calls for. Here I double crocheted 5.
Step 6: Pull the tail tight, closing up the circle.
Step 7: Slip stitch into the beginning chain 2 to close off the circle. You could skip this step if you prefer to work continuously without ending your row each time around.
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, craft, and DIY enthusiast who loves sharing her projects with the world. I hope you find inspiration in my posts. Keep checking back for new projects every week and don't forget to sign up for Beanies & Weenies newsletters!
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