background preloader

10 Free Animal Hat Crochet Patterns « The Yarn Box

10 Free Animal Hat Crochet Patterns « The Yarn Box
It’s time to let our children act like the animals they are. The Yarn Box brings you a variety of animal hats straight from the farm and the jungle. We are not responsible for the monkeys that climb on your furniture or the puppies that will not quit barking. When you make a child an animal hat, you do so at your own risk of being chased by a duck or attacked by a bear. Let your own animal out and make yourself a hat too! Woof Woof! Crochet Puppy Hat by Repeat Crafter Me With sizes from 0-3 month through adult, your entire family can enjoy this crochet puppy hat pattern. Meow! Valentines Kitty Hat by Knot Your Nana’s Crochet This free crochet pattern is available in toddler and child sizes. Quack! Adorable Duck Hat by Stitch11 Bring smiles to not only the toddler/child who gets this awesome hat but also to every face in the room. Moooooo! Cow Hat Crochet Pattern by Crochet Creations Roar! Baby-Teen Bear Hat by A La Sascha Rooooaaar! The Mighty Jungle by Stitch11 Waddle Waddle! Hop Hop Hop! Whoo Whoo! Related:  crochet patternsHats

Shell Stitch Beanie I said I would post a free patttern, so here it is. This is a pattern for the shell stitch beanie in my previous post. I LOVE this beanie because it stitches up quickly and adds a great texture to the average beanie. **Many people have asked for assistance and help, and there IS a video tutorial available! YES, FEEL FREE TO SELL ITEMS MADE FROM PATTERN! 0-3 Months Rnd 1: ch 4, join to form ring Rnd 2: 6 sc in ring, DO NOT JOIN (you may want to place a marker here to keep track of Rnd) Rnd3: 2 sc in each sc of previous round (12 sc) Rnd 4: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next stitch) 6 times, (18 sc) Rnd 5: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 2 stitches) 6 times (24 sc) Rnd 6: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 3 stitches) 6 times (30 sc) Rnd 7: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 4 stitches) 6 tmes (36 sc). Rnd 8: ch3 (this counts as first dc), dc in same stitch, ch 1, 2dc in same stitch, *skip 3 sc, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next sc* repeat from * to beginning chain. Rnd 10-14: repeat Rnd 9

Crochet Penguin Hat Pattern If you follow my Facebook page, I know you have been anxiously awaiting this pattern for a couple of weeks now :) Thank you for all the great response and positive feedback from the sneak peek of this hat! I am excited about this pattern because it starts with a new basic beanie pattern that is different from my Owl and Sock Monkey hats. I was noticing the top of the hats were becoming pointed with my other patterns and I believe I have fixed that problem with this pattern. I am looking forward to your feedback! Before we begin let me remind you of some basic directions you should follow while crocheting my hats:- Always start your rounds in the same stitch as your chain.- Always join your rounds to the first DC, NOT the chain.- Your last stitch should be in the stitch before your chain. - Do NOT count the chain 2 as a stitch. Materials: - Black worsted weight yarn (I used Loops & Threads Impeccable) - Tapestry needle Abbreviations: ch - chain sl st- slip stitch SC - Single Crochet

Crochet Cuffed Baby Booties Pattern I started playing around with my Crochet Rain Boots pattern and adapted it into these cute little cuffed booties! Enjoy the the pattern and be sure to follow my instructions on where to start, end and join your rounds since it is different than the rain boots pattern! Always begin your rounds in the same stitch as your chain. In rounds 2-5 you will end your rounds in the same stitch as your chain. So technically you will be adding an extra stitch to each round. I have found that this helps keep the heal flatter. Crochet Cuffed Baby Booties Size: 6-12 months Supplies: Vanna’s Choice® medium worsted weight yarn in two colors Crochet hook size G-6 (4.0 mm) tapestry needle for weaving in ends Buttons for embellishments Abbreviations: ch – chain SC – Single CrochetHDC – Half Double Crochet *** You may make and sell products from my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post.

Latest Free Crochet eBooks Trick or Treat? (free crochet pattern) I've been thrilled that Halloween fell on a Monday this year. That gave me one extra day to get this pattern to you. I needed it. As it is, I believe this one's going to need a revision. It has not been tested unless you count my prototype. Big Girl Hat #1 Supplies needed: about 4 oz. (180-190 yds.) worsted weight yarn size I-9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook for main body size G-6 (4.0 mm) crochet hook for band yarn needle or smaller size hook for weaving in ends All instructions use American terminology and standard abbreviations. Special Stitches: front post double crochet (fpdc)--yo, insert hook behind post of stitch (from front to back to front), yo, pull up loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through remaining 2 loops back post double crochet (bpdc)--yo, insert hook around post of stitch (from back to front to back), yo, pull up loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through remaining 2 loops Construction note: Round 2: 2sc in each st around (24 sc)

Baby Panda Outfit As you know, when I was pregnant I went on a crochet spree, trying to crochet as many cute items for our baby as I possibly could! I knew we would be doing a newborn photoshoot, so I tried to crochet some special props for it (including this cute stork pouch). While looking up crochet ideas for newborn shoots, I came across this adorable turtle outfit as well as this sweet ladybug outfit. I wanted to make Myla a little outfit too, so we decided to go with a panda bear! I had already made some owl hats using Sarah’s pattern on “Repeat Crafter Me”- I loved how the seam was hidden and how she had hat patterns for newborns all the way to adults! And so, I followed her newborn pattern to make my panda hat. Next, I crocheted the ears using black yarn and Ryan cut these oval shapes out of black felt for the eyes. We sewed the black ovals onto the white hat and then sewed these black buttons onto the black ovals. Here are some more views of the face… Then it was time to attach the ears… Materials:

3 Pretty Washcloths in Single Crochet Finished Size: Approximately 8″ (20 cm) wide, 8″ (20 cm) tall Gauge: Gauge is not important for this project. If you’d like a larger or smaller cloth, increase or decrease number of stitches in beginning chain (see instructions). Need help understanding the abbreviations and symbols? Crochet Pattern: 3 Pretty Washcloths Washcloth #1 Ch 32 (or a chain that is the width of your desired washcloth. Washcloth #2 Ch 32 (or a chain that is the width of your desired washcloth. Washcloth #3 Ch 31 (or a chain that is the width of your desired washcloth. Border (for all washcloths) Single crochet evenly around the washcloth. Remember, you will single crochet along each side of the washcloth. Need help while crocheting? 37 DIY Hacks and Ideas To Improve Your Kitchen 5 Flares Twitter 2 Facebook 0 Google+ 1 Pin It Share 2 Email -- 5 Flares × We spend so much of our time in kitchens, so why not make our kitchen more functional and fabulous? We’ve gathered 37 brilliant DIY kitchen organization and storage ideas in one place to help you get inspired. 1. via: 1 2 3 2. Source 3. Source 4. Source 5. Source 6. Source Source 7. Source 8. Source 9. Source 10. Source 11. Source Advertisement 12. Source 13. Source 14. Source 15. Source 16. Source 17. Source 18. Source 19. Source 20. 21. Source 22. Source Source Source 25. Source 26. Source 27. Source 28. Source 29. Source 30. Source 31. Source 32. Source 33. Source 34. Source Source Source 37. 6 cutlery and utensil storage solutions Source Source: WooHome

Crochet Hooded Scarf I have been crocheting up a storm. Christmas is coming and I am giving a lot of crocheted gifts this year. I still have a lot more to make. I really should be crocheting right now instead of blogging :) Last year my grandma wrapped a scarf around her head and claimed it was warmer than any of the hats she owned. I saw this pattern on Ravelry (no longer available) and I knew it would be perfect. This pattern was really easy to make. Mike liked it so much he thought I should make one for myself. If I do make another one I would probably add a few extra stitches to make the hood a little bigger. Here are my awesome self portraits of me modeling my scarf I may be linking up to one of these fabulous parties

head in the clouds: DIY: crocheted beanie hat I mentioned in this post that I was going to share the pattern for this easy crocheted hat, so here goes... You will need 5mm crochet hook Approx. 80g King Cole Moorland Aran A tapestry needle to thread in the ends Pattern You begin the hat with a series of chain stitches. Leaving a long tail, ch between 40-50 stitches (depending on your preference). Row 1: Once you have your row of chain stitches, Hdc in the back loop of the second ch from the hook. Row 2-46: Continue to Hdc across the row in the back loop only. To finish: Join the beginning and end rows by matching the last Hdc with the first ch st and linking with a series of slip stitches to form a tube, fasten off and weave in the end. This is the first crochet pattern I've shared, so please let me know if you spot any mistakes or recommend any improvements.

Crochetville — Amy and Donna talk about crochet 24 Inspirational DIY Ideas To Light Your Home 554 Flares Twitter 91 Facebook 0 Google+ 41 Pin It Share 422 Email -- 554 Flares × Lighting project is my favorite thing to DIY. These 26 lighting DIY ideas help you to get inspired. Most of these are pretty easy, you don’t have to be an expert in crafts nor spend too much time or money. Advertisement Photos by: Architecture & Design via Google Crochet Baby Girl Flower Hat My friend's friend is having a baby girl so I made this hat for her. It's a simple beanie made with single crochet and Caron Simply soft yarn. It's basically the same pattern I used for my newborn bear hat pattern minus the ear flaps. I added a pink flower from the pattern found here. I may be linking up to one of these fabulous parties.