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Girl in Air: How to Crochet Sesame Street Hats

Girl in Air: How to Crochet Sesame Street Hats
Newborn-Adult Sesame Street Hats! I have a pattern to share! I am going to attempt to share with you how to make these OH! So CUTE! I had a brain storm one day watching my son play with his favorite Elmo doll. I know these hats 'look' hard but trust me YOU can make these. In this tutorial I'm gonna share with you the patterns I found and TRY to explain how to do the other stuff I kinda just made up:0 You might have a better way but this is how and what I used to make these. I used Sugar'n Cream 100% cotton yarn. You'll need 1 skein of each color and a H/8-5.00mm hook. This pattern is for an average baby's head 6-12 months. Oscar in his trash can Big Bird catch in the children's net Elmo riding an Elephant at the Zoo Grover Cookie Monster Use the color yarn of your favorite character:1. For the Hats: CH 3, join with a sl st to first CH to form a ringRound 1: CH 3 (counts as first DC), 7 DC in ring, Join with sl st to top of begining DC (8DC)Round 2: CH 3, DC in same st, 2 DC in every st around. Related:  Crochet Hat Patterns

Wave Ripple Beanie Pattern: Newborn Teddy Hat This easy-to-make teddy hat is the perfect gift for any newborn! It’s a wonderful way to show your love and support with this soft and cute accessory that will keep a newborn warm and looking uber adorable :D Note: Feel free to follow along with my blog post here to see step-by-step photos. Materials brown yarn (I used “Bernat Satin in Mocha, Medium (4) weight”)5.50 mm crochet hooktan feltbrown embroidery flossyarn needle R1: *Chain 3, 11 dc* in magic ring. R2: Ch 3, 1 dc in same st, *2 dc in each dc* around, sl st in top of beg ch-3 (24 sts). R3: Ch 3, *2 dc in next dc, dc 1 in next dc* around, sl st in top of beg ch-3 (36 sts). R4-9: Ch 3, dc 35, sl st in top of beg ch-3 (36 sts). Finish off. R1: 6 sc in magic ring. R2: Sc 2 in each sc around (12 sts) R3-6: Sc 12 Fasten off and leave long end for sewing. This pattern is an original pattern by Stephanie of All About Ami (September 2011).

March break fun with tater tots « genuine mudpie It’s March Break! Time for cartoons in the AM, all-day craft experiments, and luncheons with hot dogs and tater tots! Actually, my mom never bought us tater tots, and I don’t really eat them a lot as an adult. But I think there’s just something really cute and funny about tater tots. Well, the fact that they’re called tater tots. It’s designed with a flat bottom too, so it doesn’t always need to be carried around – it can stand on its own like an independent little tot, on a desk or countertop or whatever. If you, too, would like to make a tot to carry around in your pocket, here’s what I did. I used: A bit of worsted weight yarn in yellow 3.5mm crochet hookStuffing (I used yarn ends)Two small black beads for eyesEmbroidery thread and needle for mouth Edit 08/29/11: Row 1 is to achieve an oval base by working sc’s into both sides of the beginning ch. Complete row with sl st in the first sc of round. Completed row 1 (an oval base): Sew on eyes and mouth. And here we have it, a tater tot!

Christmas Hat Santa Hats Photo Props Beanie Winter Hats by YumbabY Hood / Hat + Scarf = 10 Free Scoodie Patterns I was casting about (no pun intended) for an idea of what to blog about today, and decided to ask the moogly facebook fans… and hooded scarves were the answer! Also known as scoodies, it was too much of a coincidence to resist – moogly itself got it’s start on a batch of commissioned scoodies made to look like octopi/squid! The rest is history, but scoodie patterns will always hold a special place in my heart. Pixie Scoodie (knit) – With Bulky yarn and a bit of time with the needles, you can be frolicking in the woods and toasty warm! BONUS UPDATE!! There are lots of variations on the hat scarf combo, but I think these 5 knit patterns and 5 crochet scoodie patterns are the best ones available right now – and they’re all free!

Loopy Flower Owl Hat I was looking at Pinterest yesterday, and I saw the cutest owl hat. But, there was no pattern. So, I fooled around until I figured something similar out. This is my interpretation of the hat I saw. I hope this makes some kind of sense. Hat Use any basic hat pattern that you may have. Ears Attach yarn around the stitch where the red arrow indicates. Eyes Chain 2 10 HDC in first chain Slip Stitch to join Chain 4, slip stitch in next chain all the way around (10 chain loops) Fasten off. Sew on to hat. Beak Chain 2. Sc 2 in first chain. Sc 2 in each sc. Sc 2 in first sc. Chain 1. Attach to hat. Bow Chain 4 and join to make a ring. Slip stitch into ring and chain 8. Fasten off, leaving a long tail. Wrap tail tightly around, hiding ring in middle, with 4 chain loops on each side. Use needle to secure bow to ear. Optional trim on bottom of hat: Attach contrasting yarn at back of hat. And, there you have it!

stitch » amigurumi doll pattern amigurumi doll pattern materials i used rowan wool cotton (which is dk weight) on a 3mm hook for the body. the dress and shoes are worked in the same yarn on a 3.5mm hook. i had 6 50g gram balls and used a full ball of beige for the hair, approx. 40g of the cream (face, hands, legs) and 30g of the remaining colours (light green, dark green, turquoise and yellow). the finished doll is 14″ tall. you can use any yarn you like but remember to use a smaller than usual hook to keep the fabric tight and stop the filling escaping or showing through. rows and spirals i worked the striped sections in rows as it prevents the jog at the end of the stripe. amigurumi is usually worked in spirals and the fabric thus created looks different to that worked in rows. since i prefer the traditional amigurumi look (but hate the jogs) i worked the solid colour sections in spirals – it’s easy to switch back and forth – but you can choose to work it all in rows or all spirals if you prefer. working from charts

finally. the rainbow beany. for free! - REVolution yes. you read that right! just finished this pattern and as a big fat thank you to all my loyal readers & followers, i will give it for free. so. grab yourself a nice hot cup of tea. or coffee. maybe some chocolate. or wine. who cares. you are on top of the world! and if if if IF you were just thinking this would be an awesome idea to pin, so more and more of us crafty ladies can share in this free tutorial: maybe just maybe it's an even more awesome idea to use the picture above of my lovely Sanne (wow, what a teeth huh? here we GO (oops i see now somebody stole my red yarn in this picture below or i forgot to place it, ahum, just picture RED in please): grab your supplies. i've used "Paris Drops" yarn. because i love the thickness & colors! i started with yellow. obviously. make a chain of 4. join in the first chain with a slip stitch to form a ring. hello ring. now we are starting with the first round. chain 3. here we go. now chain 3 with your new color (counts as first dc). rewind:

Kitty Hat Crochet Pig Ear Flap Child Hat Come check out my new Crochet Site with new patterns, If you tell others about my work, please only link back to my blog, but don't copy my patterns to your site. Also you can sell anything you make from my patterns, but don't sell the free pattern. Thank you! Crochet Directory! My Crochet You Tube Channel: Crochet Hat sizes with this HDC pattern: Newborn baby head circumference: 13" - 14", Hat height = 5.5 to 6"= F hook, Baby - 3 to 6 months, Head Cir, 14" - 17 ", Hat height= 6.5 - 7"= G hook, baby 6-12 months, 16"-19" head cir., hat length=6.5-7"=H hook, toddler-preschooler (12 months-3 yrs), 18"-20" head cir., hat length=7" =I hook, child 3-10 yrs, head cir., 19"-20 1/2 "", hat length= 7.5"=J hook, teens, head cir., 20 1/2"-22", hat length, 7.5-8"= K hook Supplies: Impeccable Pink and white yarn Buttons J Hook H hook Yarn needle Instructions: J hook, pink yarn Instructions: J hook ch 4, sl st, to form a ring. rnd 3. rnd 4.

Amigurumi | Pattern | Baby Chick Amigurumi Remember Jenny And Teddy Etsy shop that I mentioned in my How-To Amigurumi tutorial? Jane, the girl behind the shop who sells amigurumi patterns and the finished dolls is here to teach us how to amigurumi a little cutie baby chicky. I heart it when Jane showed me the photo and can’t wait to share this easy pattern that she specially designed for Craft Passion with you. She used light weight acrylic yarn with a matching 1.25mm hook size to make this 3- 3 1/2″ little baby chick. You can always substitute with other yarn and a matching hook size (read here on how to choose a correct hook size for amigurumi). Jane has a personal blog under the same name “JennyAndTeddy” where she journals the amigurumi tips together with her amigurumi designing journey. Besides, Jane is so generous that she is going to giveaway one her finished doll : Lady Bug Sofia, designed and made by herself. Baby Chicky Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by jennyandteddy. Head: make 1 piece with your choice of yarn color.

Items similar to Mouse Ears girls red crocheted hat How to Crochet a Flower! Wow, this has been a project. First, my daughter (#4) has this black crocheted hat with a green crocheted flower on it (it was a gift from a wonderful YW leader). I loved it and my daughter wanted me to make more for her in different colors. Second, I was able to crochet the hat without too much difficulty, but I could not figure out the crocheted flower for the life of me. Third, I was off to the library to check out crochet books. Fourth, after crocheting one, it was not the same as my daughters, it was floppier and bigger and had larger holes in it (lacier is a good term). Fifth, from the library book and looking at the flower of my daughters, I came up with a version of my own. Sixth, I filmed myself crocheting a flower. Seventh, I didn't know how to put video on the blog and I was told to put it in youtube then on the blog. Ninth, I cut my video into 3 parts to fit youtube's rules. Tenth, I put the links or url's or whatever on the blog. Now for the next part of this ubber posty post.

Crochet Rudolph Reindeer Child Hat Crochet Rudolph Reindeer Child Hat Crochet Hat sizes with this Double crochet patternNewborn baby head circumference, 13" - 14", Hat height = 5.5 to 6"= D hook, Baby 3 to 6 months, Head Cir, 14" - 17 ", Hat height= 6.5 - 7"=E hook, baby 6-12 months, 16"-19" head cir., hat length=6.5-7"=F hook, toddler-preschooler (12 months-3 yrs), 18"-20" head cir., hat length=7" =G hook, child 3-10 yrs, head cir., 19"-20 1/2 "", hat length= 7.5"=H hook, teens, head cir., 20 1/2"-22", hat length, 7.5-8"=I hook, Adult women, 21.5"-22.5", hat length, 8"= J Supplies: Red Heart Brown, white, red, cream, and dark brown yarn H Hook,Yarn needle Abbreviations: dc=double crochet sc=single crochet sl st=slip stitch ch=chain, hdc=half double crochet, 2sctog=2 single crochet together decrease hdc2tog=half double 2 together I made this for my 4 year old, measures 19-20 inches around and length= 7 inches long.Instructions:H hook, Brown yarn, ch 5- slip stitch to form a ring, Ear flaps: If you would like to add ear flaps

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