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I crocheted a plain, tam-style, garter stitch beret. Despite not working a tight gauge, it is too small. I think the pattern maker just has a small head. I followed the pretty basic pattern from this video -https://youtu.be/8myaqOkCP3s, and used a size G hook and worsted weight yarn. Should I: A) Attempt to wet block it to a larger size (it's alpaca), B) Rip out the brim and decrease rows then ad lib more increase rows and modify the decrease, or C) Rip it out entirely and use a different pattern? This is my first basic crochet project. Usually I make decorative lace stuff when I crochet, or I knit. While I frequently make or alter patterns when knitting, I'm not that experienced with crochet yet. I'm just not sure what the best option here is. Thoughts?