Easy Crochet Criss Cross Beautiful Beanie Sizes child to men


Hello everyone I’m Yolanda Soto Lopez from
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party started! Hello everyone this is Yolanda from all craft
channel and today’s video is a remake of the video I had done previously in 2012. Some people said it wasn’t as clear because
you know I was just starting out, I didn’t really know what I was doing not that I know
now but but hopefully you’ll be able to see the stitches more clearly this is the crisscross
little puff stitch hat. So here this when I made it for a woman size
but you can make them for four children two men sizes just changing the hook size I’ll
put that information in the video box description below. I hope you enjoy this video tutorial and let’s
get the party started. Okay everyone to begin your going to need
a J hook which is a 6 mm hook this is for the woman size, if you’re making a man and
then you can go up to a size K you’re going to need a yarn needle to sew in your tails
something to clip the tails with, I’m using a medium weight acrylic yarn you can hope
whatever type of medium weight yarn you prefer. This is, I believe it is caron yarn, 1 pound
package and I think it’s called Aqua. So here to begin if you want to do a child’s
hat I would probably use and I hook. All instructions will be the same the only
thing that would change would be the hook size. So here to begin I’m going to be working 12
double crochets into a magic circle or magic loop. So I’m going to go ahead and grab my yarn
this is the end of the yarn here make my little just like that bring it to the front bring
the yarn to the back grab your my hook grabbed the yarn there and I’m going to change three
chains, one, two, and three. Now these three chains here and throughout
the project count as a first double crochet so so that would be one double crochet, and
I’m going to work 11 more to do a double crochet, you yarn over meaning you wrap the yarn around
the hook just like this go into that circle and grab that yarn there will be three loops
of yarn on your hook you’re going to pull through the first two, and then the next two. Just like that and that will be the double
crochet you’re going to repeat that into you have 12 so this would be one, two and then
I would just repeat until I have all 12. If the circle starts getting too big you can
close a little bit just don’t pull it shut and told you have all your 12 double crochets,
so here I’m going to go ahead and finish in the not come back to show you what we do for
next round. Okay here I’ve done my 12 including this which
is what and then I did 11 more, now you can get that tail and publish it just like this
now to close our first round were going to slip stitch into that third chain because
that counted as a double crochet. One second chain and then the third chain
and that is where I would slip stitch through there, so that makes our first round now for
rounds two and three were going to work to double crochets in every stitch meaning that
were going to have an increase. So to go up once again you’re just going to
chain three. And now are going to go into that same stitch
because were doing to double crochets and here and then in my neck stitch here I do
to double crochets and I’m going to repeat that in each one so I will have a total of
24 double crochets in this round so that’s my second increase here when you go back in
there again I when you finish this round you’re going to have 24 here you have 12 and here
is 24 and then around three were going to have 48. So you’re going to just repeat round two for
round three, meaning you will have two double crochets in every stitch. Let me move my thumb out of the way there
just like that so come back after I finish round to it will go up to round three. Okay so here I have done all my increases
so I have 24 double crochets, to go up to row 3 Record Repeat Rd. to hear so were going
to go into the third chain so there’s a first chain second chain and third chain I want
to go in there and slip stitch and I’m going to repeat what I did in row two by chaining
three, and work to double crochets in each stitch so here were going to go into that
same stitch and do your second double crochet and repeat Road to, so to double crochets
in every stitch sorry I just put the yarn there so here you’re doing an increase in
every stitch. So here I want to finish this round and then
I will come back and do our next round together okay so here I’ve done my fourth round hoops
I mean third round so here we have 12 double crochets here we had 24 and here we have 48
to close here to do the same thing slip stitching into the third chain slip stitching into there
and now here’s where the fun starts this is where we start doing I crisscross stitches
to go up once again you’re going to change your three, so now here we start doing some
stitches that are little bit different so here this is the first stitch so here I’m
going to skip that first stitch go into the next stitch, yarn over I pull out there’s
three loops go through the first two don’t close and yet yarn over again go it did in
there and come out you’re going to pull to the first three loops and now you pulled through
the last two and now were going to come back and work into that stitch that we skipped
going to yarn over go back to the to the first stitch see how I’m crossing over let me see
if I can get closer so you can see it better. So I’m going to go yarn over go back to that
first stitch on top of that third chain pull out there’s three loops I went to go to the
first two yarn over again going to the same stitch again, out pulled through the first
three and then the last two the first stitch is hard to see you can see too much. You could see kind of a little but that it
is crisscrossing you know going back and forth so now you to do the same thing all the way
around so here let me show you what I mean so here is the neck stitch as this one your
coworker to skip that one and going to the second one you’re going to yarn over and go
in there pull out our yarn there’s three loops pulled through the first to leave those two
on the hook yarn over again going there again others one, two, three, four, four loops you’re
going to go through the first three and then the next two and now here you could see a
little bit more of that skipped up stitch that space there it’s harder see it on the
first one here so now you’re going to go back into that stitch and do the same thing we
did here you’re going to yarn over go back to the stitch you skipped pull out pull out
your yarn you’ll have three loops pulled through the first two needles to their don’t close
enough yet yarn over again go back into the same stitch there is for loops on their go
through the first three and then the next two and let me see while you can kinda see
that it starts to crisscross. Even in the back you can see it see how it’s
going across and then coming back again going to do that all the way across skews me all
the way around I keep thinking rose but these are rounds. So you can continue that although you ran
into you finish and say here you can slip stitch into that third chain again so let
me just show you one more time here would be our next stitch, skip that one, go into
the next stitch yarn over go into that stitch, there will be three loops of yarn on your
hook go through the first two don’t close it off yet yarn over again, you have four
loops of yarn on the hook pulled through the first three then the last two. So we skipped one stitch there and now were
going to work the stitch we missed yarn over go into that stitch back to the one we had
skipped so now you can see that were kind of sick sagging across first this way and
that way were to pull for the first two yarn over again pulled back in there pull it out
go through the first three in the next two let me see if I could grab that there so let
me pull us out so I could show you what I’m doing it’s kind of hard to see right now because
the lighting is a little crazy on here but you can already start to see that there sick
sagging once you put it on looks really cute. It just like little puffs everywhere in the
back you conceive it even more so you can see how they’re going across I want to continue
this all the way across all the way around sorry when I get here to my last one I’m going
to close by slip stitching into the third chain going up and doing the same thing I’m
going to continue doing this pattern until I have 11 rounds so right here is one, two,
three, four I’m going to continue to have the 11 rounds and then will come back and
work our last two rounds you can try it on put it on your head, the last two rounds are
just really small single crochet rows, so if you want to have it longer you could do
it a little bit longer you can add more rounds it’s up to you probably for a man I would
add two that the noise in here and go back so you you’re going to be skipping the
next stitch and then on worker stitches just like this I just wanted to explain this in
case you’re wondering what this stitches but it’s just more round. And
I would use a size K hook. So many go ahead and do that and come back
when I done all my 11 rounds so here you can see that I started my next round I want to
come back to remind you that you will have these little three chain stitches you could
wear that to the back of your head so basically you’re just working your stitches on top of
the previous cross stitches so here you would the next then we would go on top of there
then go back skip the next one and go back. So the three chains is what you use to go
up to your next round. Okay here I finished doing the 11th row and
if you want you can just try it on and see how it fits if you like it like this you can
just leave it with this edge I’m going to add two rows of single crochet but that’s
optional if you if you want to do that so here to do that I’m going to go ahead and
once again slip stitch into that third chain one, two, three go through their okay so so
here I’m just going to chain one in the next two stitches what you do one single crochet
and then in the third stitch you due to single crochet’s so you do an increase let me get
closer so you could see what I’m doing so here I’m just gonna do one single crochet
in the first two stitches one and then two, and in the third stitch you due to single
crochet’s which is an increase if you do only one single crochet in every stitch it will
make the top of the hat little tight. Here you want to keep it nice and stretchy. And then once again you repeat one single
crochet stitch in each of the next two stitches and then on your third stitch you’re going
to do just to single crochet and there’s plenty of space on top of the stitch. So don’t worry about crowding them. Whoops I lost just lost that stitch okay and
then on the next stitch you just continue with the same pattern all the way around when
you get to the beginning to that end there you’re going to slip stitch into that first
chain and continued in the same way but on the second row you only do one single crochet
in every stitch no increases someone to go ahead and finish this row with the increases
and then the second row is only one single crochet in each stitch no increases. So once again you do one single crochet in
the first two stitches you do an increase on the third which is to single crochet’s
and then one, one in the next two and then an increase in the third stitch so you’re
going to going to do that all the way around I’m going to go ahead and go around and come
back and then will work our last row together. Okay here I finished the last stitch increase
I’m going to join my hat to close the top I went to slip stitch into the first chain
that we made to go up into a single crochet if you like the way looks like this you can
stop now I’m going to do one more row a second row of single crochet but on this row here
I’m going to chain one we are not going to do anymore increase is just one single crochet
in every stitch and when you finish that when you go to the other end of the round then
you could just slips it into the first chain and fasten off and then you will be done. That’s it, someone to go ahead and do that
and I’ll come back and show you what it looks like. Okay here I’ve done my last single crochet
someone slipped it into the first chain right there on the pull this here little bit here
I can go ahead and cut this I want to do the tail a little longer because it’s so easier
to weave into your work just fasten off right there so when I show you here how the little
edge looks right there so this is what your hat will look like just like that I really
like the little crisscross look surprisingly even though it houses little spaces it’s really
warm so this is what you would do with already to go all I need to do is so in this tale
I’m just gonna go ahead and weave it into my work go to the back here and I’m just going
to go in and out a few places get to go in there I just wanted to come loose. Go back the other way and go into a few spaces
there I think that’s pretty good. Now going to cut it being careful not to cut
my hat there and it’s done I hope you enjoy this video tutorial. Remember this little strip here you just wear
that to the back of your head and this would be the front. So your set. Thank you for watching this video and sharing
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