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Free Basic Beanie Crochet Pattern All Sizes

Free Basic Beanie Crochet Pattern All Sizes
With spring just around the corner I would like to share this pattern of a basic crochet beanie with you. I designed it in seven sizes from preemie to adult. Yarn used: Caron Simply Soft Acrylic yarn. Any worsted weight yarn would work.Hook used: 5 mm (H) Abbreviations: YO – yarn over To work Cluster Stitch – YO, insert hook in next ST, YO and pull up a loop, YO and draw through 2 loops on hook, YO, insert hook in same stitch, YO and pull up a loop, YO and draw through 2 loops on hook, YO and draw through all 3 loops on hook. Size Preemie: Use hook H Round 1: CH 4 (or Magic Loop+CH3), Cl ST 10 times in 4th CH from hook (or in magic loop). Round 2: CH 3. Round 3: CH 3. Round 4-5: CH 3, Cl ST in each ST around. Round 6: Place marker. Round 7-10: SC in each stitch around in back loops. Size 0-6 Months Use hook H Round 1: CH 4 (or Magic Loop+CH3), Cl ST 11 times in 4th CH from hook (or in magic loop). Round 2: CH 3. Round 3: CH 3. Round 4-6: CH 3. Round 7: Place marker. Size 6 -12 Months Use hook H

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Crochet Caps for a Cause Pattern - Dabbles & Babbles Crochet Beanie Pattern – great for beginners and to donate. Crochet Caps for a Cause Pattern. Last week I had a new and exciting experience – I became a volunteer at our local hospital. I originally created this blog to have a creative outlet but I had no idea the impact my readers would have on my life. All the positive feedback and comments have helped me see that I have an opportunity and an obligation to give back . My new volunteer job is to create and deliver art and activities for the pediatric and geriatric wards and to make hats and blankets for the maternity and neonatal intensive care units.

Anthro Inspired Hat I fell in love with this hat from Anthropologie, and knew I could recreate something similar. It's no longer available for sale. But, when it was, it retailed for close to $50. I couldn't justify spending $50 on a hat, especially a hat that I could figure out how to make for myself! I would rate this pattern as intermediate, because some parts are a bit tricky. Free Crochet Pattern : Aubreigh Hat I'm excited to bring you a new design! I've kinda fallen in love this fall with Pantone's Color of the year Marsala. I really wanted to design a hat using a similar shade. It was actually kind hard to find just the perfect wine color but Hobby Lobby's - I Love This Yarn comes to the rescue as usual for me. It's my favorite worsted weight yarn to work with. The have a gorgeous shade called Aubergine.

FREE Crochet Pattern: Emerald SET by Daknit.Com Design » Da'Knit Bismillahirrahmanirrahim… The picture above is my daughter. She is modelling the latest hat design i did. ( please ignore the date on the picture cause i’ve written it wrong… Allah Allah….. it should be today, which is, 30 March 2013) and she is soon-to-be 8 months old, alhamdulillah to Allah <3

the blue blog patterns: double knit cap happy hat knitting! doubleknitski One warm-a** double knit ski cap Materials:- one skein of Cascade 220 in each of two coordinating colorsyou won't need an entire skein of each color; I used about 3/4 of a skein in each color leftover from an earlier project- 16" circular needles size US 6 (or size necessary to get gauge)- double-pointed needles in same size as above- cable needle for moving stitches during decreasing- tapestry needle for weaving in ends Gauge:approx. 4 1/2" st. Creating Beautiful Things in Life: How to properly size crochet hats. Chart for correct sizing, including Magic Circle Sizes. 41K+Crocheting hats is something I know well. In my experience, getting the hat to fit properly without a model is not always easy. Most Beanies start of with a flat circle. The size of the circle depends upon the circumference of the head. Looking on the Internet I have found several Blogs that offered a chart to help in getting the proper size. The measurements for the circumference of the head and the corresponding sizing for the flat circle and hat height varied somewhat.

Free crochet patterns Techniques used in this pattern (British term / American term): Chain stitch – ch Double crochet / Single crochet – dc/sc Treble / Double crochet – tr/dc Crochet Rochelle: Pretty Girl Beanie Add this pattern to your Ravelry Queue. Size: 6 months to Adult Skill Level: Easy Materials:Caron Simply Soft yarn (any two colors) or Red Heart Soft (any two colors)Yarn/tapestry needleHook size: H/5.00mm(If you use Red Heart, you may want to change to an I/5.50mm hook.)

Free Crochet Pattern: Knock Around Hat - Crochet Zone It seems everywhere I look these days someone is doing a “knit look” crochet pattern. I do knit, but crochet is so much faster and so these patterns are very welcome indeed! Most of the stitching looks like the traditional garter and stockinette stitches which are lovely, but I wanted to try my hand at something that looked a little more textured.

Free crochet patterns Techniques used in this stitch (British term / American term): Chain stitch – ch Slip stitch – Double crochet / Single crochet – dc / sc Crochet Baby Turban Pattern & Tutorial This quick and easy crocheted hat makes a great handmade baby shower gift. The hardest part might be choosing the color. A faux rib pattern gives the little turban added interest. Have fun! I dare you to make just one. Crochet Baby Turban Pattern – size 0-3 months

Have a Yarn - April 2008 - Stitch of the Month - Twist Four Mock Cable Stitch Hat April 2008 Twist-Four Mock Cable Stitch Hat Size: child/small adult Yarn: Wool Gatto (DK weight, 50gr/181yds) colour #9541 2 balls Needles: 5mm Pattern: (taken from A Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker) Rows 1,3,5 (wrong side) - K2, P4, K2 Rows 2,4 - P2,K4,P2 Row 6 - P2, knit into 4th st on left-hand needle, then into 3rd st, then into 2nd st, then into 1st st, then slip all 4 sts from left to right needle together,P2

Beginner Ribbed Crochet Hat Pattern (Men's / Unisex) I grew up with this crochet hat on my head most winters (and it usually had one of those big pom-pom balls dangling at the top). My mother made them for us when we were kids and now crochets them for donation to needy families in her community. Since our weather recently turned cold and rainy, I’m now digging out my yarn stash to begin crocheting. This particular yarn went on clearance last fall around the holidays, so I stocked up in order to make hats for the homeless this winter.