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  1. I am trying to crochet the basketweave cap pattern on the knots of love website. https://www.knotsoflove.org/resources/patterns/ Here is an excerpt from the section I am stuck on: Round 7: Chain 2, work FPDC (front post double crochet) in each FPDC, dc in each dc around. join (36 FPDC + 36dc) Round 8: Chain 2, work BPDC (back post double crochet) in each FPDC; work FPDC in each dc [read as FPDC in subsequent rounds] around. join. (36 BPDC + 36 FPDC) Round 9: Chain 2. Work BPDC in each FPDC; work FPDC in each FPDC. join. Round 10: Chain 2 work BPDC in each FPDC; work FPDC in each BPDC. join. Round 11: repeat round 10 When I get to Round 9, there seems to be a mistake. It says that both FPDC and BPDC are to be worked in the FPDC of the previous row. This does not seem correct. also, it leaves out the BPDC in the previous row. Sorry if this is confusing. I hope someone can help. thank you.
  2. My Textured Turban pattern has just been released in my Craftsy and Ravelry shops. You can get it for the special introductory price of just $2.49 from now through July 28th. (Regular price $4.99) http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/textured-turban http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/textured-turban/62514
  3. This is the latest in a series of hats I am making for a friend's sister. This hat is a variation on Michele Maks' Granny Square Hat featured on the cover of Crochet World's Glorious Granny Squares. I used KnitPicks Worsted Comfy™ yarn and it really isn't possible to get the gauge with that yarn and a two-round granny square, so I had to go to three rounds which necessitated changes elsewhere. Here is the blog post where you can read about the adventure, and here is the hat:
  4. Here is a pattern I created for a helmet hat for soldiers and our troops. This is a quick and easy pattern that can be adapted to add a cuff. Here is another hat I crocheted but added two more rounds before the trim for a cuff.
  5. Aubrey’s Angels is non profit, charitable ministry, in San Antonio built of love, to help meet the very special needs of precious sick babies and parents who are in need of a smile. We want each family to know, without a doubt, that there are people who love their tiny angels, are praying for them, and want to help by crocheting, sewing, knitting, and quilting hats, booties, afghans, mitts, angel layettes (burial layettes), diaper shirts, etc. working from home. We also make afghans, lap blankets, and chemo caps for chemo and dialysis patients in San Antonio. You dont have to live close to participate! We also make parent bags for moms and dads who spend an enormous amount of time in the hospital waiting room. Thank you and God Bless you for helping me continue this ministry! The group is named after my precious grandaughter, Aubrey, who left us to be with Jesus on March 18, 2011 at the age of 9 months. If you would like to join us or just drop by to see what we are doing and look around, please visit us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192813870824207/ New Angels are always welcome!!!
  6. Hi everyone. I know it's been way too long since I posted anything. I am a 'lurker' . Yesterday I started transferring my patterns from my old blog to my new one. This is one that I finished. It has NOT been tested. I would say the level is at intermediate as you need to know tss and tsk Tunisian crochet. I came up with this right after a class with a local fiber artist who specializing in tss. Pattern link If you do try it out let me know if you have any problems following the way I wrote it out.
  7. Cold Comfort Farm was on the background while I worked today, and I found myself distracted by the cream-colored slouchy hat Flora wears early in the film. I've been able to find a couple of patterns, but they don't replicate the stitch pattern, which is what I'm really interested in. This is the best image of the stitch pattern that I've been able to get - I feel like this is crochet, but I can't really explain why. A slip-stitch pattern, perhaps? Showing the "back" side of a back-loop only worked single crochet? Or a Tunisian crochet stitch? Cold Comfort Farm by mk.carroll, on Flickr
  8. Hello everybody!! I would like to show you my strawberry hat. I love it!! If you want more information, you can visit muy blog. Hugs, Mary. http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/05/27/strawberry-hat-gorro-de-fresa/
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    Hat Measurements

    I would like to share with you my "Hat measurements table". It is very, very hepful! http://caxigalinas.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/hat-measurements-medidas-de-gorros-2/
  10. I just got my hands on another test pattern for Eileen Tepper, and I love it! Here is my blog post about the adventure. This one embodies everything I want in a hat. I did it in rainbow colors because that was easier for me than trying to keep the color changes in my beloved Red Heart Super Saver grape fizz all lined up while I had coffee with my mom, but I am definitely making a grape fizz version of this:
  11. this is my etsy site where I just added my new pink sock monkey hat pattern! http://www.etsy.com/listing/150500863/pink-sock-monkey-newborn-hat?ref=shop_home_active
  12. Here's a list of 10 Free Basic Beanie Pattern, You can find patterns HERE!
  13. Hello everyone! This week I am working on designing some spring hats here is what I have come up with so far. Come visit my blog for full post on these hats. http://crochetcricket.wordpress.com/2013/03/27/wednesday-update-crochet-spring-hats/ Enjoy!
  14. Ok I'm using a pattern from "Loops & Threads, Country Loom: All Wrapped Up". The shaping of the top is giving me a bit of a problem. So here is the base that i am working from for this row 10 clusters with a ch2 dc at the end. The pattern instructions are as follows. "Ch 4 (counts as dc and ch1). Cluster in first ch-2 sp. *CH 1. (Draw up a loop in next ch-3 sp) twice. Yoh and draw though 3 loops on hook - sc2tog made. (Ch 3. Cluster) in last ch-3 sp worked. Rep from * to turning ch sp. Ch1. (1 sc. Ch 2. 1 dc) in turning ch sp. Turn." The Red text is the part that is not working with the 10 clusters it just doesnt match up. Any and all help is very much appreciated.
  15. My latest crochet hat is a white and purple sun hat. visit my blog to see full post on this project http://crochetcricket.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/wednesday-update-part-2-white-sun-hats/
  16. Hello everyone! I have been working on a lot of hats and beanies this year. Here is a pattern I wrote for my son. It's an "Easy Boy Beanie". Hope you like it. I used worsted weight wool. Patons Classic wool. The colors are natural mix and dark olive. 4mm hook (you can use a larger hook but it may make your beanie larger) Two ways to begin Round 1: R1-R5 color A Ch 4. Join. 11 Dc into the ring. (12 stitches) Magic Ring. Ch 1. 12 Dc into the ring. (12 Stitches) pull on tail to close the loop *note* For a less noticeable seam replace the ch 3 at the beginning of each Dc row with a *ch 1. sc in same sp. ch 1*. Then join into the top of the ch 1 to end the row. Also, avoid joining the new color to the same st as the end of the previous round for a less noticeable seam. Crown R 2 - Ch 3. Dc in same st. 2 Dc in each st around. Join. (24) R3 - Ch 3. 2 Dc in the next st. *Dc in the next st. 2 Dc in the next st* repeat around. Join. (36) R4 - Ch 3. Dc in next st. 2 Dc in next st. *Dc in the next 2 sts. 2 Dc in next stitch* repeat around. Join. (48) R5 - Ch 3. Dc in the next 2 sts. 2 Dc in the next st. *Dc in each of the next 3 sts. Dc in the next st* Repeat around. Join. (60) *note* This is where I stopped increasing to make my beanie. If you want a larger beanie, continue to increase in this manner 1-2 more rounds is usually enough for adult sized hats. I did a striped pattern for this hat to make it look more boyish. The pattern is single stripe/single stripe/double stripe/double stripe. Again if you are making larger beanie just continue that pattern. Beanie Body R6 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in the same st. 1 Sc in each st around. Sl St to join in the beg sc. Fasten off. *note*beg ch 1 stitches on sc rounds are not counted. R7 - (color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Sl St to join in top of ch 3. Fasten off. R8 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in the same st. 1 Sc around. Join. (60) *note* work your tails in as you go stitching over the top of them R9 - ch 1. sc in the same st. Sc around. Join. Fasten off. R10 - (color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Join. R11 - Ch 3. Dc around. Join. Fasten off. *note* you should see a set of single stripes and a set of double stripes now. You can choose to do only single stripes or only double stripes for your beanie. R12 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc around. Join. Fasten off. R13 - (color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Join. Fasten off. R14 - (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc around. Join. (60) R15 - Ch 1. Sc in same St. Sc around. Join. Fasten off. R16 - (Color A) Attach yarn. Ch 3. Dc around. Join. R17 - Ch 3. Dc around. Join. Fasten off. Brim *note* the brim is where you will make the beanie fit snugly on the head. It is here you need to do your decreasing. If the beanie fits well already you can just keep the stitch count the same. If not on Round 18 decrease 1 sc every 6 stitches. If you need more decreasing repeat this on Round 19 as well. Until your beanie fits how you would like it to. R18 -R21 (color B) Attach yarn. Ch 1. Sc in same stitch. Sc around. Join. R22 - (optional) I did a fpsc/bpsc ribbing to add a slight edging detail. This can also be done with hdc or dc. If you use hdc or dc to make a ribbed detail like this do Round 21 with the same stitch as round 22. If you pick HDC then do rounds 21-22 in HDC etc. Here are the directions to do round 22 with double crochet: --DC ribbing--Must have an even number of stitches. Always Begins with a Bpdc and always ends with a Bpdc. Ch 3 counts as a Fpdc. Round 21 - Ch 3. Dc around. Join. This is the foundation for round 22. Round 22 (ribbed round) Ch 3. Dc around the back of the next Dc post(bpdc). Dc around the Front of the next Dc post(fpdc). Alternate this pattern in each stitch around. Ending with a Bpdc. Join in the top of the Ch 3.
  17. Free Newborn Princess Hat Pattern <~ fun free pattern.. very rewarding to see finished <3
  18. A warm hat for cold winter days. Enjoy :-) http://bynumber19.com/2013/01/08/nuuk-crochet-hat/
  19. I'm going to visit a friend next month and I wanted to take something for her grandchildren. Here's what I came up with for the little girl. Pattern information is on my blog if anyone is interested. Yarn is Redheart SS.
  20. Hello all! I did this cowl and hat for a friend of a friend, she ordered it, and I love how it turned out, soooo cozy, and soft! I just mailed it to her last week, and she absolutely adored it, said it matched both her winter coats! Here's a pic, this was tedious to do sometimes, working with fancy fur, but I absolutely love the results!!!!!!!!
  21. Hi, I'm stressin out because my aunt wants a hat with a pom pom on it. I've finally got the pompom the size I need it and now the problem is attaching it. I've feed the tail through the center of the hat and got the pompom in place. the problem is that it's only attached through the center and it is going to flip flop around. I can't exactly glue the bottom of the pompom in place. I don't know what to do. I've spent way to much time on this thing. Any ideas on how to anchor it into place??? Thanks!!!
  22. Here are some hats I have made for my nieces... :cheer:cheer http://petitepurls.com/2012/Spring12/spring2012_c_prettypackage.html is the link to the pattern for the ones with the popcorn stitches and bows. The Hello Kitty one is everywhere on the net now and I just actually made that one up.
  23. My Sunscreen Stripes Cap was pub'd today in the new issue of CEY Web-letter. Story and free pattern here
  24. I wanted a cute purple hat for my baby to wear at the hospital when she's born, but I couldn't find any NB purple hats at the store. They are all pink or blue. So I made her one... It's stretchy. :-) I had never made a crochet hat with this technique. It's all sl sts! :-)
  25. Mrs. Micawber and I each designed a hat in honor of those facing battles with cancer, an informal hat drive, and we hope many will jump on board to make a hat for charity this month. Curly Q Hat A Hat for a Cause
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