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Wildflower Hat Crochet Pattern — Being Spiffy

Wildflower Hat Crochet Pattern — Being Spiffy
I crocheted this a few winters back when I was tired of matching hats to my daughter's clothing. (I'm girly like that.) With the button as the flower's center, the color possibilities are endless. Just pop one flower off, and another on. 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-3 years, 3-6 years Beanies are sized to fit a little large so they can grow along with the child. US Size F crochet hook US Size H crochet hook 2 skeins worsted weight yarn (1 for hat, 1 for contrasting flower) 1 button, size 3/4 in. ch: chain st: stitch sl st: slip stitch sc: single crochet dc: double crochet { }: repeat around HAT―0-3 mos With size H hook, ch. 4; join with sl st to first ch to form ring. Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as 1st dc here and throughout), work 11 dc in ring; join with sl st in top of ch 3—12 dc. Rnd 2: Ch 3, dc in same st as joining, 2 dc in each st around; join with sl st to top of ch 3—24 dc. Rnd 5-9: Ch 3, dc in each dc around; join with sl st to top of ch 3—42 dc. Attach button to hat. HAT―3-6 mos Related:  HatsHATSHATS

Knit Hat with embroidery 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. The Knock Around Hat is a basic beanie sized from newborn to adult, that has a texture similar to a knitted embossed or moss stitch and the band is reminiscent of fair isle. I hope you enjoy making it and will share your finished pictures on my Facebook page. This post contains affiliate links Knock Around Hat! Size: 3 Month to Adult Materials: • Light Worsted Weight yarn • Main color (Color 1): 80 – 150 yards • 3 Contrast colors (Color 1; 2; 3): small amount of each • Hook: I/5.50 mm; J/6.00 mm • Yarn needle for weaving ends Gauge: See “Gauge Check” measurements in pattern to check gauge. Notes: Round 2: Ch 2, work 2 dc in each st, join round. (20)

denim yarn A pair of jeans that you like can be harder to find than a best friend or a good dog. Pictured here is a pair of jeans that were my former favorite jeans. My former favorite jeans It was with much reluctance and sorrow that I replaced them. This stems in no small measure from the fact that I don’t particularly like to shop, and the other truth (to paraphrase Flannery O’Connor) that a good pair of jeans is hard to find. But, be that as it may, these jeans were near the end of their useful life, and after having read an article on how to make denim yarn, I wondered if it were possible to convert a favorite pair of jeans into a favorite scarf, and it is that question that I am investigating here. Having found an acceptable replacement for my favorite pair of jeans, I took my favorite fabric scissors and began the process of turning my former favorite jeans into a scarf. First, I made the initial cuts into the fabric My former favorite jeans after an encounter with my favorite scissors

Gleeful Things » Free Pattern: Sugar Cone Skully Hat February 13, 2013 Ever since I wrote the Waffle Cone Slouchy hat pattern, I’ve wanted to make a worsted weight version. So here it is! It’s just as easy (and quick!) Finished Size: Around edge = 19 inches. Difficulty level: Advanced beginner/Intermediate ● Size H (5mm) crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge) ● Yarn Needle for finishing ● Worsted weight yarn Yarn used in examples: Caron Simply Soft in Passion and Ocean sc – single crochet dc – double crochet ch – chain sl st – slip stitch rep – repeat rnd – round ea – each sp – space st/sts – stitch/stitches FO – finish off This pattern is worked in joined rounds. Gauge: To check gauge, work rnds 1-4. rnd 1: ch 4 (counts as 1 dc + 1 ch now and throughout). 1 dc in 4th ch from hook. ch 1. rnd 2: ch 4. 1 dc in same sp. ch 1. [1 dc, ch 1 twice in next dc] rep around. sl st to join. (20 dc) rnd 3: ch 4. 1 dc, ch 1 twice in next dc. [1 dc, ch 1 in next dc. 1 dc, ch 1 twice in next dc.] rep around. sl st to join. (30 dc) Invisible join and FO

Adult Hat Headband & scarf modeled by Granny DIY Crochet Rug With Yarn & Old T-Shirts This Crochet rugs are made by Olga at All you need is yarn, old T-shirts & crochet hook. Now the images will guide you trough the process. And that is it simple but really nice! Thank you Olga for this tutorial! Source Click here... for more great ideas! Two-tone Brown Hat Reversible 'Crochet Brioche' Hat Hello fellow crafty people. :) I have lost count of the number of crocheters who like the brioche hat and tea cosy but don't knit and have asked for a crocheted version. I wasn't aware of any crochet that looks like brioche. I put my thinking cap on and fiddled around a bit and this is what I came up with. So just for you folk who wanted it in crochet, here it is - finally. When I was making it several people thought it was knitted and then got a surprise when they saw me using a hook! Enjoy! Size Approximately 60cm circumference at the base and 18cm tall in its relaxed state. Materials 2 x 50g balls of Touch Yarns Pure Merino Wool that Knits as 4 ply. 4mm crochet hook. Some hat elastic if you want to make the brimless version and boost elasticity for repeated journeys on and off your head. How to do the Special Turn Work the last htr of the row and do NOT turn. Click the Gauge Special Notes – Please read before commencing the pattern The yarn is used DOUBLED throughout. Instructions Finishing

Complimentary Pattern: Textured Headband/Ear-warmer | The Cotton Gin Updated Photo 2 Updated Photo I’ve been working on a design for a headband. Worsted Weight Yarn H – Hook Stitches used: chainless foundation slip stitch (fslst), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc) & double crochet (dc). Row 1: Leaving at least a 6″ tail, using the chainless foundation method, work 60 fslst. From this point, you will no longer join, but work in rounds. Round 2: sl st in the second stitch from the hook, Sl st into the next 16 stitches, working in the back loops only. Round 3: Sl st into the next 16 stitches, working in the back loops only. Repeat rounds 2 & 3 three times. Round 10, Sl st into the next 16 stitches, working in the back loops only. Detail of the slip stitches I prefer to do a blind finish using a yarn needle. Just to keep things neat and tidy, go back and use your beginning tail to repeat the invisible finish technique here as well. For anyone not familiar with the chainless foundation slip stitch, it is also known as a double chain. Like this:

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