My grandson Marty was in need of a new beanie. His hair has grown out, so it gets in the way when he is eating. He gets very upset by it. His Mama asks him if he wants his hair cut, but he says no. So Mama puts on his chevron beanie to keep his hair away from his mouth while he eats. It is summer now and he gets a bit hot wearing his beanie. So his Mama suggested I make him a summery type beanie.
I had some sport weight yarn just sitting around so I would use it to make a light summer beanie.I had two different patterns in mind that I could use. I checked the first one but I thought this one’s holes were too big. The next pattern was just what I had in mind. It fit the bill.
Project Name: Martin’s Hippie Beanie
Pattern Used:Pattern # 20 Hippie Beanie from
“24 Hours Crochet Hacks: 25 Fast and Easy Crochet Hat Patterns for Beginners”
By Emily Rohan Copyright 2015
Started on: 07/13/2018
Finished on: 07/16/2018
Hook Used: E/4 – 3.50 mm
Stitches Used: Single , Double, Slip Stitch
Colors Used: Red Heart Sport Weight 100% Acrylic 3 ply in 12 Black
Unlabeled Sport Weight in white and blue
Measurements: Circumference of 20 inches . Crown to edge measures 7 inches when laid flat.
I took it over to him on Monday(July 16th). I put it on him and his Mama asked him if he liked. He said it was a great hat and he loved it.