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Merry Christmas everyone! My gift to you is a free slouchy hat crochet pattern! :D This is a really simple hat that even a beginner crocheter could handle! You can make it a solid color or change colors after every round to make stripes! I made a couple that are half and half. Scroll down for the free pattern! ● Size J crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge ● Yarn needle ● “Chunky Yarn” in 1 or 2 colors I recommend Paton’s Shetland Chunky. ch – chain sc – single crochet dc – double crochet ea – each st – stitch rep – repeat rnd – round sc2tog – 2 single crochets together (decrease) dc2tog – 2 double crochets together (decrease) sl st – slip stitch FO – finish/fasten off CA – Color A CB – Color B This hat is crocheted in rounds. If you have any questions about this pattern, specifically rounds 3-5, please check out this post on how to read crochet patterns, where I explain those rounds. If you use this free pattern, please consider supporting me by purchasing a pattern from my shop. Related:  Accessoires divers au crochet

View Single Post - Sweetness Hat: Dot Matthews (bythehook) Sweetness Hat© 2/25/05 Dorothy “Dot” Matthews. All rights reserved.Originally published at This pattern is intended for personal use only. You may do what you want with the items you make, as long as you give Dot credit as the designer, with the following restrictions: you may not sell your items online and you may not sell to retail or wholesale stores or businesses. You are welcome to direct people to this pattern by posting a link to it. This pattern may not be posted on any other site or distributed in any other manner. MATERIALSJ hookBernat Super Value WW yarn, color Mountain Lake OmbreBlunt needlescissorsGAUGE 7 rows = 2 "6 scs = 2 "HAT SIZE 23"ABBREVIATIONS ch – chainea – each sc – single crochetscs – single crochetsst – stitchsts – stitchestr – treble crochetsl st – slip stitchdc – double crochetsk – skip NOTE 1: Do not join rounds unless told to do so. ROUND 14: ch 1, sc in same st as join, *1 sc in next st. Attached Thumbnails

Free Crochet Pattern: Waffle Cone Slouchy Hat November 24, 2011 Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!! This pattern was supposed to be your Christmas gift but I thought maybe some of you would prefer to have the pattern early so that you can use it to make some hats as Christmas gifts! I just wanna say I’m super thankful for all of you who have been loyal readers of my blog, all of you who have bought my crochet patterns, my sponsors, and of course all of the friends I’ve made through this blog! You rock and I hope you enjoy this free pattern! :) ♥ This is a very basic, mesh hat pattern! Finished Size: Around edge = 22 inches. Difficulty level: Advanced beginner/Intermediate ● Size N (9mm) crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge) ● Yarn Needle for finishing ● Bulky Yarn such as Lion Brand Hometown USA or Wool-ease Thick & Quick. Yarn used in examples:Lion Brand Hometown USA in Portland Wine and Monterey Lime This pattern is worked in joined rounds. Gauge: To check gauge, work rnds 1-2. rnd 13: ch 1 (counts as 1 sc). Invisible join and FO

FREE PATTERN: Basic Slouchy Hat **The color striping comes from using varigated yarn** Size J Hook (6.0 mm)Worsted Weight Yarn 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Fasten off. DIY : Mason Jar To-Go Cup How many crafts involving mason jars is this now for me? I've lost count. I've seen a few Mason Jar to-go cups floating around etsy and tumblr and decided it was way to easy (and cute!) You'll need : A Mason Jar with lid, reusable straws (I got mine from Starbucks), #14 stainless finishing washers (I grabbed these from Home Depot in the washers/nuts/bolts section), Cropodile (optional), oh and a glue gun! Start by punching a hole in the center of your lid (you could also poke the hole out with a hammer and nail if you don't have one of these fancy little cropadiles), you'll most likely need to widen it, so you can cut a few more around it to widen it // fill the inside of your washer with hot glue (try not to overfill), and carefully (it's hot!) The #14 washers were the perfect size for the straws I got - they slipped perfectly in but don't wiggle around at all! I think the hardest part might be deciding what drinks to put in it.

Shell Brimmed Cloche - CAP's Crochet & Crafts © Cathy Phillips, April 2010 Crochet Hooks: H (5.0 mm); G (4.0mm) for final sc rnd 175 - 250 yds Light Weight Worsted (Village Caribbean Cotton, Red Heart Crème de la Crème) Gauge is relative for this project, the most important gauge for this pattern is determining your own head size before beginning as this will be the gauge as to how wide the crown circle for YOUR hat needs to be. Hat Sizing Tip: Measure around head just above eyebrows (keeping tape level) and divide that measurement by 3.1416. Crown Circle Ch 4, sl st in 1st ch to form ring. Rnd 1: Ch 2 (counts as dc this round), work 9 dc into ring, sl st in 2nd ch to join rnd. (10 dc) Rnd 2: Ch 2, dc in sl st, work 2 dc in each dc around, sl st in 2nd ch to join. (20 dc) Rnd 3: Ch 2, *work 2 dc in next dc, dc in next st, rep from * around, work 2 dc in last st, sl st in 2nd ch to join. (30 dc) Hat Body Rnds 9 – 14: Ch 2, dc in each dc around, sl to into 2nd ch to join. Shelled Brim Rnd 17. Rnd 19. Rnd 20: Repeat Rnd 18

SNOWY RIDGES MATERIALS:Lion Brand Wool-Ease White Frost, 2.5 ouncesJ (6.0 mm) crochet hookWorsted weight yarn, small amounts of red and greenG (4.05 mm) crochet hookYarn needle GAUGE: 6 dc = 2 inches SIZE: Women’s Small and averageNOTES:1. Read instructions all the way through before beginning.2. SPECIAL STITCH:Picot = Ch 3, slipstitch in 3rd ch from hook. CAP INSTRUCTIONS: With Wool-Ease and J hook. Round 1: Ch 3, doesn’t count as first st, 12 dc in 3rd ch from hook. Round 2: Ch 2, 2 dc in each st. Round 3: Ch 2, *dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around. Round 4: Ch 2, *dc in 2 sts, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around. Round 5 average only: Ch 2, *dc in 3 sts, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around. Round 5 small only: Ch 2, *dc in 7 sts, 2 dc in next st, repeat from * around. Rounds 6-14 average only: Ch 3, does count as first st, *fpdc around next st, dc in next st, repeat from * around. Rounds 14-16 small only: Ch 1, sc in each st. Finish off and weave in ends. NOTES:1.

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SANDRA CROCHE The Nourished Life: Homemade Whipped Coconut Oil Body Butter Recipe Does your moisturizer make you nervous? Let me guess: it’s either filled with questionable ingredients or wildly expensive. Or both. Whip It: The Secret to Moisturizing with Coconut Oil I’ve been having an on again, off again love affair with coconut oil as a moisturizer for a few years now. Heating the jar to melt the oil never worked for me, either, because I chronically forgot to do it! One day I ran across a recipe for whipped shea butter, and this got me thinking: can you whip coconut oil? The result was a superbly light and fluffy moisturizer that far exceeded my expectations. Want to try it out? Whipped Coconut Oil Body Butter Recipe I love that this coconut oil recipe only requires one (yes, one!) What to do: 1. 2. 3. Tip: An electric hand mixer will work, but my KitchenAid stand mixer did an amazing job and I was able to get other work done while it was mixing away. Note: Your whipped coconut oil should stay relatively soft, even at colder temperatures. Do you love coconut oil?

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