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How to Crochet a Fair Isle Beanie (Part 5)

Welcome to the Fair Isle CAL Week 3 (Part 5)! I hope everyone is having a great time learning Fair Isle and working the knit stitch! Thanks for joining and here is where we are so far. If you’ve landed here and want to catch up, see the Introduction, then Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. In Part 4 we started working rows 3 – 12. Some people have already passed that! I will post the next section of the pattern for those who want to skip ahead, but again don’t feel rushed, this week we are going to continue working rows 13 – 23, and on Friday we continue working rows 24 – 34. I posted them below for those who want to skip ahead! 😉

Here is where I am so far…

I’ve completed my rows 1 – 12 and working on row 13 now.

Here are some of the finished work so far from the Stardust Gold Crochet & Friends group! Thanks for posting your progress Sofia & Heidi!

Fair Isle Snowflakes & Hearts Beanie by Natalie Dewey Reynolds
Fair Isle Snowflakes & Hearts Beanie by Sofia Sierra

Here is what we will work on this week.

What we are working on now…

Keep going…

I am so grateful you are all here and hope you are enjoying the crochet along 😁.

Please feel free to ask me questions about it, if there is something you are stuck on or having trouble with, I’m glad to help. You can message me via e-mail to: [email protected], or join my Facebook friends group (link in the blue box below). I am always happy to answer questions and talk crochet! 🧶

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Scroll down for graph on Rows 13 – 23 and if you want to move ahead rows 24 – 34 are below as well.

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note: If you want to skip forward, you’re welcome to purchase the pattern on Ravelry or Etsy, (use code FAIRISLECAL for a 40% discount on the PDF)  but I will be posting the entire pattern in pieces here over the next 4 weeks, and at the end, I will create a full post with the full written pattern and graphics all in one post.   My hope is that you will keep updated with the posts, and we can all work together here in the CAL.

If you are landing here and want to start from the beginning, please visit the CAL page below where you will find all posts related to this CAL.

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Rows 13 – 23

On Friday we will begin week rows 24 – 34… but they are also posted below for those who want to skip ahead!

  • Friday, October 11 – keep working the rows below. I will make a post for this again on Friday, with the pattern for
  • Post photos! I’d love to see your work so far! You can post photos in my group on Facebook here.

Rows 24 – 34

Rnd 24: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.
Rnd 25: Ch 1, (MC) ks 90 (60). Join.

Section 2 – Diamond

Rnds 26 – 34: Diamond Graph – as with snowflake graph, for each round, work graph three times, for a total of 90 sts using the ks. Join.

Toddler: work graph 2 times for a total of 60 sts. Join.

Floating the Yarn Tips 🧶

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