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One of my favorite designs I’ve made so far, the Pineapple Pom Pom Beanie Pattern is a great way to learn the crocodile stitch. I’ve added my own little flair to the crocodile stitch by adding a picot stitch to the point of it. The pom pom is what really makes it look like a pineapple!

I love making different colors of this hat! The first few I made (and the way the pattern is written) starts with green yarn and then it changes to yellow, but I’ve done a few in solid colors or variegated yarn, and I’ve also switched up the colors of the crocodile stitch rows like you see in the pinnable picture above πŸ™‚

I’ve got a video tutorial on how to make full, fluffy pom-poms that won’t fall apart here!
I use a pom-pom maker because they make it super easy to make a big, poofy pom-pom πŸ™‚

you can find the ad-free PDF file in my store here or my ribblr orΒ Ravelry store!Β 

This beanie was made with Red Heart Ombre in Sea Coral.

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