This free video tutorial covers how to create a beautiful crochet beret for different age groups. Crocheting beret hats are so much fun to make and easy for beginners to stitch!
HOW TO MAKE THIS GORGEOUS CROCHET BERET?
You will need 100g in thick or thin yarn wool, whatever material works best for the type of barret you are making and what age range you are making it for.The bases must be circulular and you should add a ½” of elastic to make the baret easier to stick to the head. There is a variety of crochet berets that you can create! This crochet beret is not only versatile because you may use a double sided fashionable beret, but you also get an extra thickness to keep warm.
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You can make this unisex fashionable crochet beret stitch for anyone.
Crochet berets can look elegant with a matching outfit. A cute beret also makes the ultimate cozy accessory for the chilly sweater weather in the autumn season. You’ll be so excited to stitch this beret hat that you will be anticipating sweater weather and plan outfits to compliment this stylish beret!
What’s more aesthetic than crocheting an auburn beret by the window as the wind is blowing away red and orange leaves?
But most of all, it is a pleasure that you can get out of stitching this beret hat when you have someone special in mind while stitching it. Crochet berets make the best all-purpose gift! From babies to the elderly and everyone in between those age groups could use a fashionable yet toasty beret.
Not only crochet berets are easy to make, but there are so many color options, details, and crochet stitch designs that you can use to make your specialised beret hat.You can make a crochet slouchy hat look for your beret or a thick crocheted beret with one color on the inside and another on the outside so that it’s reversible.
You could even make a rainbow beret with variegated yarn. Or you can add a pom pom on top of your crocheted beret. How adorable and chic!
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Photos and tutorial of this beret by: Milagros Ena.
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