Crochet Beanie with 3D Flower Free Tutorial Tunisian Stitch

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This is a leaf-braided Crochet beanie hat and a 3D flower motif using the Tunisian stitch. These hats can be crocheted in any given size or color. You will want to make them either for yourself or as presents. You may even want to manufacture them to sell 😉 This stitch can be used to make other items of apparel, such as scarves, headbands, hats, and many others. The interplay of the texture and colours is essentially limitless. Let your imagination run wild. I hope you love this beautiful project.

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Skills: Easy to Intermediate     Designer: Tallermanualperu

Crochet Beanie with 3D Flower Free Tutorial Tunisian Stitch



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  1. Janice Carr says:

    I love this beanie pattern and would like to make it. Could you possibly translate it to English?

    1. ? Its sad. Everything is in English until you get to the tutorial / pattern.

  2. need English translation or English written patter. Beautiful however I don’t understand

  3. hi how, how are you and your ?
    i love your pattern can you translation in english please.

  4. If you crochet at all you should be able to follow the video. You will probably learn a few words (at least) of a new language, and be more able to appreciate the beauty and generosity of this video .

  5. I figured the stitch out but I’m not sure I can write it down. It will require pictures but at least it would be in English.

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