Winter is for crochet caps, what summer is for hats and caps. The caps, or beanies, as some prefer to call them, complement the look with a lot of style, besides, of course, reinforcing thermal comfort, making everyone warmer.
There are several types of crochet thread on the market that vary both in color and thickness. To find the right model for you, keep in mind the shape and texture you want.
For a crochet cap with more open stitches, opt for soft threads, for a tighter cap, the ideal is to use thicker threads.
Also, the needles used also interfere with the final result of the piece. The softer, open-stitch look you get with larger needles, while smaller needles ensure pieces with tighter, tighter stitches.
For those who are starting, the ideal is to use light colors that favor the visualization of the points.
Anyone who is a mother and father knows how important it is to have a children’s crochet cap always available in the closet to help protect the little ones from the cold and wind.
Oh, and once you get the hang of it, try making crochet caps to sell. There will be no shortage of orders.
Another great variation of the crochet cap model is the colored ones. You can bet on the combination of two, three, four and even five colors to compose an exclusive and creative model.
Do you want more Winter crochet ideas? Check below:
Access here the tutorial // Spiral Beanie
Crochet beanies are practically unanimous and the reason for all this success is that they match everything and serve a very varied audience. Nowadays it is very easy to find crochet caps for babies, children and adults, whether men or women.
For now, I leave you with this cute piece. I hope you make the best use of this tutorial. We choose them carefully and with love. Always having in my that at the end of each project you have a beautiful piece. We wish you a great day, full of love and blessings.