With this video tutorial, you can make Crochet bean stitch beanies in three sizes. The bean stitch is not really a form of the single crochet but isn’t really half-double crochet either.
Since the bean stitch is best worked in back and forth rows, you must turn to get the zig-zag effect.
The construction on this one is pretty straightforward. First, you’ll make a brim, then crochet the bean stitch directly onto the brim, and then seam up the hat.
You may use whatever you prefer for the brim. Just remember that the hdc camel stitch does not stretch as much as the BLO single crochet brim. Let’s make it!
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