Crochet Beanie With Stretch

The simple truth of crochet beanies is they don't have a lot of stretch to them when compared with knitted beanies. This can make crochet beanies a little more difficult to get the fit right. There are few ways to make a crochet beanie with  stretch.

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I have begun 2 new Pinterest boards for coasters. If you have ever made coasters, upcycled coasters, decorated or crafted with coasters and bragged about it on your blog please hunt down that pin (or make a new pin if need be) and link your coasters up too. I want to fill my new coaster boards up!

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Glass Head Hat Pin

'In Britain, demand (for hatpins) eventually outgrew the number that could be supplied by hand-making, and they began to be imported from France.In 1832 a machine was invented in America which could mass-produce the pins, and they became much more affordable. During the 1880s, bonnets gave way to hats, and the popularity of hatpins soared. They remained a standard women's accessory through the 1910s and were produced in a vast range of materials and types. Hatpin holder boxes were also produced.' source: Wikipedia 

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The #timbit King The easiest pocket pack tissue holder ever Colourful upcycled tin can planters in pallet trough What is THAT? Brown Sugar & Mustard Glazed Ham Farmhouse cane back dining chairs Image Map

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  1. Stella, thank you so much for featuring my ham! :) I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  2. great party and great start to the weekend!

    1. It's a wet weekend here - perfect day for pinning.

  3. These are always great fun - so many cool new ideas to try out. Love these! - Tasha

    1. It's awesome having everyone bring me their great ideas and projects every week, it helps get the creative juices flowing.

  4. I'm so sorry - I'm 1 week late in thanking you so much for featuring my "Timbit King"! Thank you! I will try to be more timely in the future - lol
    Have a blessed weekend!

    1. You are very welcome. I'm late all the time, I totally get it, no need to apologise ;o)

  5. Is there an award for "latest thank you"? :) Sorry I've been away, I just found out about the feature today when I linked up at #35! Thank you!


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