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There’s no school like the old school…

The Vintage Vibes beanie is a traditional noggin wrapper perfect for those retro or rustic moments like a stroll in the country or a visit to the craft store. Overall, they are very quick to work up, and come in a one-size-doesn’t-quite-fit-all 😀 medium adult measure, but this can easily be adjusted by altering the hook gauge and yarn weight. Moreover, if you make them in cotton, these beanies will be perfect for Spring an Autumn. However, for winter, use wool to make it warmer.  Use one or more your favorite colors to create your own  beanie. All in all, this is a great project for all you beanie needs. SkillsEasy        Designer   The Crochet Fix

You can try this pattern in delicate white or pink hues:

vintage vibe beanie

more info about project photographed here.

You may also consider mixing two or more colors to make your unique combination. You can be sure it still will looks gorgeous, like in the examples below:

Vintage Vibe Beanie

The full article about this pattern is here:


Vintage Vibes Beanie

more info about project photographed here.

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  1. Maria Björkman says:

    Yes I like it ❤

  2. Awe, so cute!
    Can’t wait to make one.

  3. Bonita Whitton says:

    I plan to use this beautiful pattern to make assorted size beanies for the children at the Peyton Manning Hospital in Indianapolis, and also for local charities. Our group at church is called “Hands of Love” and we crochet and knit items for all ages of children, so this pattern will be great. Thanks so much for this pattern!

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