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heaverinscrochet

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About heaverinscrochet

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  • Birthday 12/04/1967

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Helen Heaverin
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  • Location
    Leitchfield, KY
  • Hobbies
    crocheting, sewing, quilting, hiking, fishing
  • Favorite hook type
    Wood
  • Favorite projects
    anything for babies
  • Crocheting since...
    30+ years

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  1. Thanks to everyone who sent a picture and the nice comments on my pattern. I love seeing the pictures of the hats and knowing my pattern is being used by many other crocheters out there!
  2. That's a great idea! I would love to know how it turns out.
  3. Sweetiesgirl, your grandson is so precious in his new hat!! I'm so glad you were able to get use from this pattern. I find this hat is a favorite for the new daddy's :) Thank you for sharing your pictures!
  4. You could try using a larger hook or a thicker weight yarn. This hat really stretched quite a bit as well, the doll has a circumference of 15". You can always add more rows to make it longer to compensate for the stretching. BTW congrats on your new grandson
  5. I've made many ballcaps using a light weight baby yarn, however I wanted to use a worsted weight yarn. I adapted the pattern to compensate for the different yarn and wanted to share the end result. I haven't had this pattern tested, hopefully it is clear and error-free. Please contact me if you find any problems with it or have difficulties understanding the directions. Enjoy Newborn Ballcap Create this adorable ball cap for the littlest player in your life. DESIGNED BY Helen Heaverin SKILL LEVEL Easy FINISHED SIZE Newborn FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
  6. My Aunt taught me how to crochet at around age 8 but I didn't know the names of the stitches I was doing or how to read a pattern. When I was in the 6th grade I had the opportunity to join a crochet club and was taught how to read patterns as well as abbreviations and a variety of stitches. I've been crocheting for over 30 years now and am still learning new techniques and stitches from books, internet and magazines. Crochet has really grown since I first started out.
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