Holy yarn balls! I must say, the allure of the two-tone beanie has had me hooked – quite literally! Imagine my thrill when the intertwining colors just came alive on my hook. It’s like painting on a canvas, but instead of paint, you’ve got yarn, and instead of a brush, you’ve got that trusty hook.
Ah, the joys of seeing contrasting shades playfully tango, weaving in and out in an elaborate dance on the fabric. The resulting beanie? Nothing short of a masterpiece. And while I’ve got decades under my belt, this pattern, folks, it brought out a giddiness in me like I was crafting for the very first time. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned pro, I’m tellin’ ya, this is gonna be a fun ride!
So, gather up those two colors you’ve been dying to merge, and let’s embark on this crochet journey together. Who knows, you might just discover a newfound passion for color combinations and patterns, just as I did!
Designer: Silvi Sunflower
- 5.5 mm crochet hook
- Yarn Classic Acrylic Yarn – 400 g / 1200 m (pink and green)
Size: between 50 and 60 cm (stretchable)
Mr – magic ring
Sc – single crochet
Ch – chain
Sl st – slip stitch
St – stitch
Rnd – round
Rnd 1: 40 ch, 1 ch and turn
Rnd 2: 40 sc, 1 ch and turn
Rnd 3: *only in backloops, 1 sc (40)m 1 ch and turn**
Rnd 4: repeat from * to ** x 26
Change color to purple.
Rnd 5: repeat from * to ** x 26
Close the beanie, crochet purple sc in the gray ch from the beginning.
Cut the thread at about 50 cm for sewing.
Invert the beanie, turning it inside out.
Follow the pictures to sew the beanie.