HoneyBuns Beanie by Nomad Stitches

HoneyBuns Beanie

August 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
109 - 208 yards (100 - 190 m)
Newborn - Adult
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The HoneyBuns crochet Beanie was inspired by the way bees construct their hives. It’s worked seamlessly bottom-up and just like actual bee hives, it can be made different every time! The instructions include adaptations for all sizes, from babies to adults.

This listing is for the PDF crochet pattern only. It is comes in US terms and with lots and lots of very helpful pictures.

Skill level: Intermediate

YARN: Approximately 100 - 190 m of fingering yarn (size 1) - Sample used Drops Nord, 45% Alpaca, 30% Polyamide, 25% Wool.
You can also use sport or even DK yarn if you want a thicker beanie.
For baby/toddler beanies, it’s recommended to use sport or fingering yarn.
HOOKS: 4 mm (like the sample) or size to achieve the desired thickness of fabric and 1 mm smaller for the ribbing.
NOTIONS: tapestry needle and measuring tape (optional)

Please contact me if you need any clarification or if you have any questions regarding the pattern.