DIY Crochet Brim – Stretchy Brim Tutorial
This video is a precursor to a lot of my 100 days of beanies videos. This is a basic step in making some beanies that are worked from the brim up. You can follow along with me as I complete my 100 beanie challenge, where I share with you a unique crochet beanie pattern every day for 100 days.
This brim can be doubled up to make an extra warm double brim, could be used as a headband by itself, and could also be a great building block to create your own beanie patterns.
Crochet Stretchy Brim Video Tutorial:
Stitches used in this pattern:
How to crochet a beanie brim:
Crochet hook: Any (or as specified by pattern)
Yarn: Any (or as specified by pattern).
Row 1: CH to desired brim thickness, turn.
Row 2: 1 SL in the BACK BUMP of each st in the row, CH 1, turn.
Row 3: Skip turning CH, 1 SL st in the BACK LOOP ONLY (BLO) of each st in the row, CH 1, turn.
Rows 4 – ?: Repeat Row 3 until brim reaches your desired width.
SL short edges together by placing 1 SL st in corresponding st on both edges.
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