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  1. I made this hat out of Hobby Lobby's I Love This Cotton. The pattern was easy and I was able to make this in one day. It turned out a bit big but that's ok because it won't squish my hair.
  2. Worked this up this week: Rose Cloche with band...featuring a nicely textured box stitch. Pattern: http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/4529435
  3. Daisy Hat by Akua Lezli Hope available on Tangled free pdf download http://www.tangledness.com/html/spring_2011/daisy.html Hook - US G/7 (4.5mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain gauge. Notions - Removable stitch marker (m); tapestry needle. Gauge: 18 dc and 8 rows = 4". Measurements: 19.5" in circumference and 7" tall, un-stretched. Will stretch to fit up to 22" head size.
  4. I am loving Ruching in crochet...and what a fabulous look it gives! New hat designed this week....this one includes an airy lace design, an Italian Chain look band and button tab.
  5. I've been busy, busy, busy making preemie stuff for my cousin's baby boy (he's a 23.5 weeker and weighs 1 lb 8 oz right now). Just wanted to show off some! Here's where I get the patterns for the booties (the hats I just do up to about 8" around and 4" tall, no pattern): http://debscrafts55.blogspot.com/2008/02/open-heeled-preemie-booties.html http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/quick-bootie.html And there's a pic of Noah wearing the blue hat!
  6. Hi, New in the store is this stunning cloche. Very romantic and vintage feel....just in time for Valentine's Day! On Artfire: Elegant Cloche by PDDesigns
  7. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2012/01/happy-new-year-pom-pom-hat.html Here is my first design of the new year!
  8. http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/11/anthro-inspired-hat.html Fun hat, inspired by a listing I saw on Anthropologie.com
  9. I've been working on a single color afghan and I just needed a break from it so I made a hat. I love the pattern I used and have made it 3 times so far. You can see it here. I have also included the link for the pattern if anyone is interested. Thanks for looking!
  10. ... and the first part of a test of different stiffening methods... Lollipop Snowflake patterns
  11. New free pattern from DBKN: TechnoLace Hat Also see my yarn review about "Techno" in the new issue of Crochet Insider
  12. I would love some testers for this beanie I would like it to be tested in the next 10 days Medium experience needed as well as previous pattern testing experience Please PM me if you would like to test it Thanks in advance Clare
  13. **I have a tester but may open it back up to more** This hat has been tested by a very nice, wonderful, patient tester & she had a few issues but got it done quickly & said it was challenging. I need someone who maybe has tested for me before but if you haven't & I know you from the forum that's fine too. Let's just say I had a bad experience with a tester & do not want to go through that again. So you need to have made Hats many Hats not just 1 or 2 & Need to be up for a challenge and some new stitches. I looked everywhere for the stitch and while I found some things kinda like it they weren't exactly the same. So waht you need it patience, skills as in not a beginner and someone who has made many hats.Sorry if I'm repeating myself but this is important. You'll need to check gauge because it's a wearable & that's important. You'll need 7 ozs of a WW yarn & an I hook or hook to get to the gauge. I did not use the whole 7 ozs but just in case. I used I Love This Yarn & the hat fits me nicely and I have an average sized adult head. Also you must be able to give me feedback & ask questions along the way if you have questions ask them right then don't try to figure it all run screaming & say I'm the worst designer ever A week should be enough time to get the pattern done. My other tester got it done in a few hours but she is Superwoman No Kidding really outfit & all So if you had the patience to read this whole post & still feel you can take on the challenge send me a pm
  14. Fun & cute hat for Halloween season! http://idesignadventures.blogspot.com/2011/10/silly-spider-earflap-hat.html
  15. This cute hat pattern is now available in my shop. http://www.etsy.com/listing/83222819/giselle-slouchy-hat-crochet-pattern
  16. For those of you who love the fashions of the flapper days, I have created and designed a flower flapper that will have you turing heads every where you go. The yarn used for this design is Carons simply soft and Pound of love but you can choose anytype to get make this flapper and it beautiful detachable flower. Flower Flapper Please click the link and take a look.
  17. Akua's Christmas Tree Pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/akuas-christmas-tree-pattern This crocheted Christmas Tree pattern invites your hook and hands to celebrate the season in this fun design. Hard to pinpoint a level, but given what I've seen called intermediate, this is intermediate, though an advanced beginner with a clear grasp of the fundamentals could make this. It's very adaptable-- you could size it up -- or make it smaller. Instructions for how to enlarge it are there. The pattern tree, six inches, is not stuffed, but is open-- the structure provides its own support. The smaller tree is 4 inches. This pattern also works as a baby hat. Included are instructions for a tiny star and as a bonus, instructions for a tiny tree. The tiny tree can provide more than decor, since it's stuffed, it makes a great toy, too.
  18. New pattern from DBKN! Chenille Glam Roll-Brim Hat
  19. gatesmarch

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    Oops..I thought there was A hat category ahh well....Here is my latest hat..The pattern I found on the web years ago...Up until now I could not find a scarf and yarn to meet up together... More of the story on my blog..I just thought I share the pics..here...
  20. This video will show you how to crochet a strawberry beanie This is my own pattern and i hope you like it
  21. Made with Peaches n Creme cotton and used weedeater cord around the brim so it wouldn't flop.
  22. Made this super cute set for Mary Scarlett. (Yes, I have made a lot for my friend's baby...I finally got an excuse to make super cute newborn girl patterns that I found while pregnant with my little boy ;-) ) Everything made with Lion Brand Cotton-ease. Blanket: V-Stitch, sc edge. Hat: LOVE this pattern! Well written, easy and super cute! 5 mm hook http://celticmommy.blogspot.com/2010/04/free-new-crochet-pattern-rib-wrapped.html Rose: Adds the perfect touch! 3.5 mm hook http://kimmerseyourself.blogspot.com/2010/05/crocheted-rosettes.html
  23. Hello All, Here's a lil something I worked up yesterday!!! I'll be selling it in my Etsy Shop. What do ya'll think?
  24. This pattern is available for sale in my Etsy shop or for automatic download in my Ravelry shop just in time to get ready for valentines day. It can be made smaller or larger just by changing your hook size and works up super quick. Just imagine this cute hat on any little girl you know.
  25. Puff n Stuff © 8/29/04 Dorothy “Dot” Matthews. All rights reserved. Originally published at http://patbythehook.blogdrive.com This pattern is intended for personal use only. You may do what you want with the items you make, as long as you give Dot credit as the designer, with the following restrictions: you may not sell your items online and you may not sell to retail or wholesale stores or businesses. You are welcome to direct people to this pattern by posting a link to it. This pattern may not be posted on any other site or distributed in any other manner. Materials: K hook ww yarn Gauge: 6 rows sc = 2" and 7 sc stitches = 2" Specialty Stitch: PUFF ST: (yo, insert hook in designated st, yo draw up a loop) 4 times. there will be 9 loops on hook. Now yo, draw through all 9 loops. Puff Stitch made. Note 1: do not join rows unless instructed to do so. Note 2: use a marker to indicate the beginning stitch of the row, move the marker as you complete the row. Note 3: the beginning ch 3 counts as the first dc Note 4: numbers in ( ) at end of rows indicates number of stitches for the row. ROW 1: ch 2, 12 sc in 1st sc. (12 sts) ROW 2: 2 sc in each st around. (24 sts) don't forget to place a marker in the first stitch ROW 3: 1 sc in each st around (24 sts) ROW: 4: (2 sc in 1st st, 1 sc in next st) around (36 sts) ROW 5: 1 sc in ea st around (36 sts) ROW 6: (2 sc in 1st st, 1 sc in next 2 sts) around (48 sts) ROW 7: 1 sc in ea st around (48 sts) ROW 8: (2 sc in 1st st, 1 sc in next 3 sts) around (60 sts) ROW 9: 1 sc in ea st around (60 sts) ROW 10: repeat row 9 (60 sts) ROW 11: repeat row 9 (60 sts) ROW 12: repeat row 9 (60 sts) ROW 13: repeat row 9 (60 sts) ROW 14: repeat row 9 (60 sts) ROW 15: repeat row 9 (60 sts) ROW 16: sc in each st around, join with a sl st to first sc. (60 sts) ROW 17: ch 3, puff st in next st, (dc in next st, puff st in next st) around, join in beg ch 3. (30 puff sts and 30 dc) ROW 18: ch 1, sc in same st as join, sc in ea st around, join in 1st sc. (60 sts) ROW 19: ch 1, sc in same st as join, sc in next 2 sts, 2 sc in next st, (sc in next 3 sts, 2 sc in next st) join in 1st st. (75 sts) ROW 20: ch 1, TURN, work in back loops only for this round, 1 sc in ea st around, join in 1sc (75 sts) ROW 21: ch 3, TURN, Puff st in next st (dc in next st, puff st in next) around to last 2 sts, sk 1 st, puff st in last st. Join in beg ch 3. (37 puffs and 37 dc) ROW 22: ch 1, sc in ea st around, join in 1st sc. (74 sts) ROW 23: repeat row 22 (74 sts) ROW 24: ch 3, puff st in next st, (dc in next st, puff st in next) around. join in top of beg ch 3. (37 puffs and 37 dc's) ROW 25: ch 1, reverse sc around, join in first st. (74 sts) Fasten off and weave in ends.
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