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  1. Apak

    Angel hat

    Thinking of all the hats I made - this is the one I like the most. When I was to Scotland in October, I bought a book by Nicky Epstein "Knitting a Kiss in Every Stitch" just because of this pattern. It's called "Li'l Knitting Angel Hat". When I saw it I knew I had to make it. It's not only a hat, it's also a puppet! But to be honest, it's also the least useful hat… The knitting and the wings are too delicate for a small girl grabbing her hat to put it on. So - the hat just for special ocasions. But yesterday I started another version - it will be just the girl in a hat, no wings and no needles - to wear everyday. Oh yes, it's knitted, but I just had to share...
  2. I made some booties and crocheted some trim on socks for a new granddaughter who is due in April. And a hat for the hospital stay.
  3. So I just made my first slouchy beanie. It needs work but I am pleased that I got the concept of the design. When I started the first hat curled and the second look more like a skirt. I just kept unraveling the yarn and starting over I wanted to get it right. It was from this forum that I found what I had to do and realized that I may have been crocheting to tightly. My only issue are the slip stitches are not very clean I'm not sure if there is a general rule of leaving space between you last stitch and the first stitch to achieve symmetry. Proud nonetheless!
  4. Here is a small baby doll that I crocheted a hat, scarf and booties to make an outfit using fun fur. I added a small blanket using a leftover skein of variegated yarn. Here are a few photos.
  5. Good morning to everyone, here you are some pics of a hat that I completed some weeks ago. It is made with two colors of Schachenmayr Catania Solids cotton yarn held double, an ivory and a bright pink used with a mm.4-7/0 Hamanaka Rakuraku crochet hook. Enjoy!
  6. Good morning to everyone, here you are some pics of a new hat that I completed some weeks ago, crocheted while studying for a knitwear design course. Working this hat together with the other ones really helped me in taking a break and relaxing during those long hours of study. I made this one with two colors of Schachenmayr Catania Solids yarn, an ivory and a bright fuxia. Enjoy!
  7. Just thought I'd show you a hat and scarf set I recently finished. I love these patterns and I've made the hat several times. They're easy to whip up when I'm sitting down at night watching a little television. Pattern information is on my blog. Thanks for looking.
  8. Hello there! It's been so long since I've been on here! I'm so happy to see it's still going, and looks to be going strong. Any way, I've been making berets for a few months now. I live in the Ft. Bragg area, and EVERYONE here is Army, so there's a lot of demand for them. I finally typed up a pattern for them. Got some friends to test. I had to share the photo of my friend's kid. TOO CUTE not to share:) .https://www.flickr.com/photos/97712210@N00/19190921084/in/dateposted-public/
  9. crochetsoup

    Cute Little Bee

    Here is a bee I made. He has a cute hat and a baby bee! Hope you like it. If you like making amigurumis join my facebook and lets be friends! www.crochetsoup.co.nf Check out my website! http://crochetsoup.blogspot.com/ Follow my blog for cool updates!
  10. Very pretty dress drawing and the instruction on http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/clothing/white-and-red-sleeveless-dress/141984 http://tatti2014patterns.blogspot.ru/
  11. This sunhat is made using worsted weight cotton and is oh so precious for the little one in the summer! http://www.thelavenderchair.com/2015/04/02/crochet-baby-sunhat-pattern/
  12. Pattern Description: This is a pattern I created for a preemie and a newborn sized hat. Pattern Style: Written Pattern Photo: Attached Skill Level: Easy Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Size G, 4.25MM crochet hook Small amount of Hobby Hobby "I love this yarn" or any medium worsted weight yarn. Thinner baby yarn can be substituted but you need to use 2 strands held together. Tester Information: Number of Testers Needed: 5 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1-1.5 Hrs Deadline: June 20th or 2 days after pattern is given to you Tester Experience: Must have experience crocheting. Bonus points if you are able to test the size on a newborn but not necessary. Tester Responsibilities: You will be making two hats: One hat in size preemie with a straight brim (straight brim is blue hat in photo) and one hat in size newborn with a ruffled brim (ruffled brim is pink hat in photo). Pattern should be tested for accuracy, sizing, and proof-read. Compensation: A copy of the final pattern Thank you!
  13. This is a hat I made bottom up. A great project to use up those many scraps of yarn I have everywhere. Daughter insisted it needed a pom pom. I am so terrible at making them, but it works.
  14. I need clarification on row 6 of the pattern. I just want to make sure I did it right before moving on to the next row. The instructions for the row reads as follows: Ch 4, turn, (2 tr in next st, tr in next st) 21 times, 2 tr in last st; join with sl st in top of beg ch-4 – 66 sts. I took it to mean that I treble crochet 2 times in same stitch and then 1 in next stitch until i reach the last two stitches or was I supposed to only treble crochet the 2 times in the beginning only, the rest only once per stitch until the last 2 stitches? This is my first crochet hat and I really dont want to mess it up. Any help would be appreciated Thank You ????
  15. Birthday sale now through Feb 7, 2015 Get 10 patterns for $10 ($6.00 patterns only apply) http://www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  16. boksie

    Elf Hat

    I haven't been here for a while, life has just been busy. I wanted to share this hat with you. A friend requested this hat for an "elf" she is friends with. Pattern information is on my blog. Thanks for looking.
  17. I finished these over a week ago but haven't had time to post them until now. The hat is for me and is the Honeycomb Beaning pattern, I'm pretty sure I found it on Ravelry. The shrug I made for a member of my sewing guild group, it's actually for her mother. Her mother crochets but has difficulty reading patterns, so she asked me to make it so her mother has a sample to see because she would like to make more for herself. The pattern is 9-to-5 Shrug from Crochet World August 2011.
  18. I made the set for cooler days in autumn for my DD. I crocheted the hat and then knitted the neck warmer. As you may imagine, 3yo kids are (usually) not able to tie the scarf properly - that's why I made the neck warmer, so she can put it on easily and quickly. By the way, I guess I should move to "Kids" section - as my DD is not a toddler anymore...
  19. Here is another baby pinafore set that I just crocheted. It's in pink Bernat Softee yarn. The booties are crocheted using my cuffed baby bootie pattern and the hat is a variation of Julee's baby lattice hat pattern. The variation is that I couldn't for the life of me, figure of the overlapping part of the hat so I just added 3 rounds of single crochet and called it good.
  20. So this is an easy beanie I designed really quickly and made because my teacher asked me to make her one to send to someone she knows, and since it's near the holidays, I didn't really have the time to go all out (in other words, I didn't have time to look for an actual pattern) so I just made a simple one, and I figured, "Hey, why don't I post this?" ... so I am I've posted my pattern to my blog here: http://whirlsandswirlsofpurls.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2012-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&updated-max=2013-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&max-results=1 and ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-easiest-and-quickest-beanie-youll-ever-make if you're interested
  21. Here is a cute sun hat I designed and crocheted a couple years ago. It is super comfy, cute, and very easy and quick to make. It is made from Lily Sugar N Cream cotton yarn. https://www.etsy.com/listing/181617372/crochet-sun-hat-pattern-or-bucket-hat
  22. I have been working on using up leftover yarn scraps and crocheted these two baby hats today. I used my ribbed band baby hat pattern and a H (5 mm) hook so they are about 6 inches long by 14 inches cir. I just love crocheting these little hats as they work up so quickly.
  23. Just released, a new free pattern: Cabernet Cloche.
  24. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Flying Spaghetti Monster Hat/Beanie Pattern Style: Written with pictures Pattern Photo (optional): Skill Level: Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required: 4 colors of Caron Simply Soft Yarn, Crochet hook size F/5 3.75MM, Yarn needle, Poly-fill and small pieces of pantyhose. I am not able to provide these materials so the tester would need to have them or get them. Colors other than the ones I used in the pattern can be used but the type of yarn needs to match for sizing purposes. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: This project took me about 3 nights to finish. Deadline: I would like to have reviews back by 8/20 but am flexible if more time is needed. Tester Experience: Testing experience is not needed Tester Responsibilities: I would like for the tester to work through the pattern and make notes about any errors that are found such as stitch counts, abbreviations, spelling, grammar etc... Also make sure that everything makes sense and if not provide opinions or suggestions about how things could be better. I would also like to know if the gauge provided the correct size when finished. The pattern is in PDF format. Compensation I will provide a free copy of the finished pattern.
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