Tapestry-style sc forms a perfectly shaped kippah (yarmulke) for the discriminating person. This pattern is easily adapted to child-adult by increasing number of rounds, or working in lighter-weight yarn for a baby or young child (fingering suggested with a C hook). Otherwise, you can easily adjust the width by adding or leaving off a few rounds.
**Skills**: for adventurous beginner or intermediate crocheters
tapestry crochet--described in pattern
crab stitch -- for edging if desired -- link to YouTube tutorial
working in round with sl st to join/spiral join
adjustable loop to start if desired
I can make 6 or 7 average kippot (6-7" diameter) out of 2-50 gram skeins of KnitPicks DK Swish.