How to Crochet a sock monkey beanie - Video 1





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Published on Aug 16, 2013

In this video you will learn how to #crochet this #sock money beanie. Using medium weight yarn of your choice you will be able to make this adorable beanie using only basic stitches such as chain, double crochet, slip stitch, etc. The most difficult stitch is the magic or disappearing loop and I walk you thru the process of making that stitch. This is a great gift for children or all ages. Check below for suggested hook sizes. Please realize that everyone crochets differently and with different tension. These are just suggestions. I hope you will consider making some beanies and scarfs for the beanie and scarf drive I have going for the 2 orphanages in Mexico.

Send donations to:
Yolanda Soto Lopez
PO Box 211750
Chula Vista, Ca 91921

Suggested beanie sizing and hooks:
I hope you will enjoy this project. It can be made for sizes toddles thru male adult. See suggestioned hook sizes:

Infant- Size G Hook, Babies Size H hook, Toddler Size I hook. To crochet a beanie for an older child use a size J hook and a medium weight worsted yarn. For adults you can use a size K hook and a heavier weight of yarn (maybe even a chunky weight. The pattern is the same for all sizes. Only the size of hook and weight of yarn changes. This makes this the perfect beanie pattern for all sizes. From Baby - adult size. Follow the same pattern.

Adult male: Hook K, with 2 strands of yarn at one time.


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