Coyote Crochet Beanie
Want to try a little something different to crochet? Try this wonderful Coyote Crochet Beanie. Using the basic simple crochet stitches, as a beginner you’ll have not problems in creating this Coyote Crochet Beanie. Stitches used are: chain, single crochet, decrease and slip stitch.
I’m not a big fan of “real” coyotes, living out in the middle of a rural community, they are quite abundant to the point of annoying! But they have always been a great character in the cartoon world. Of course we all know the famous Wile E Coyote, always trying to out smart the “beep beep” Roadrunner. I’m pretty sure the “E” in Wile E. Coyote does not stand for Einstein! It just brings a smile to your face thinking about that miss matched team. Bring a smile to someone’s face with this fun Coyote Crochet Beanie.
I’ve been really busy over the holiday season. I’ve crocheted beanies for just about everyone in my immediate family. Dinosaur beanies, camo beanie, horse beanies, minion beanies, name it and I probably created it. I didn’t have patterns for any of these, just kind of created them but I do want to share my love of crochet with you.
Here’s a couple of nephews. These two boys love calling coyotes. Santana’s aka:Bushe camo beanie is horned, while Cimmaron’s aka:Fuzzy beanie is done with the dinosaur spikes
Here’s my oldest niece Adrienne aka: Bobo. And yes everyone in our family goes by nicknames! Her beanie is the classic spiral beanie.
And here’s Bishop and Jonah. Proud to call them my grandsons. Entered our lives last year and stepped all over our hearts. Avid snowboarders sporting their dinosaur beanies on the slopes.
Here’s my youngest daughter Diddle, yep another nickname. No one knows her by her real name. She’s wearing a minion beanie. Just one of many that she received for Christmas.
My oldest daughter Doodle and Danielson ready for Pagosa, Co. slopes.
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