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  1. Hello everyone. I hope you are all doing well. I made a pair of bunnies. The first in a long line of new bunnies that I have come up with. I recently created a facebook page to display all the creations I have made over the years. If you want to see them here is the link. https://www.facebook.com/The-Laughing-Fox-1056913717726349/ If you like what you see, please like my page. I need 25 people to like it so I can get a dedicated link. Thanks all.
  2. Free PDF baby crochet pattern for beanie & cocoon, easy to follow instructions, hope you enjoy it guys. http://www.justcrochet.com/beanie-cocoon-usa.html
  3. I created a chart to incorporate a design into my crochet hat. I used single crochet stitches but I don't like how stiff, almost cone like way that the top turned out. How do I rewrite the chart for double crochet? Also, if i were to seamless round would the chart still work? Or will the design be a little off? Any help is appreciated! I wanted this hat to be a gift but I really can't stand the finished product.
  4. I used a letter H crochet hook and mostly half double crochets for the entire beanie. I started with the magic circle and worked from there.
  5. 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!
  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. Well my 3 year old has asked me for months, ok, bugged me for months more like it to make him a minion hat. So I looked high and low for an easy enough pattern to follow and came across the pattern Wrapped With Love Crochet Hat - All Sizes I followed the pattern to and then looked for a pattern for both the minion eyes and the ear flaps. And came up with one completed Minion Hat. The Ear Flaps pattern - Which is near the bottom > http://chucksforchancho.com/2013/08/03/tutorial-crochet-minion-hat/ The Eyes pattern - Which is near the bottom of this post too > http://therainbowwarrior.org/2014/11/13/minion-beanie-crochet-pattern/ Hope you like! After posting it on Facebook to show family and friends, a close friend asked me to make one for her baby's arrival, her 15 month old and herself. So far I have only created the newborn's one, but you can find it here: http://www.crochetville.com/community/topic/155032-newborn-minion-hat/
  8. I made a friend this hat for her newborn who is due shortly, after seeing the one I made for my three year old son. Which can be found here http://www.crochetville.com/community/topic/155033-1-5-year-old-minion-beanie/
  9. This spring flower beanie is just blooming! Would look great in any spring time color! http://www.thelavenderchair.com/2015/04/13/free-crochet-spring-flower-slouch-beanie-pattern
  10. This beanie would work great for the spring time! http://www.thelavenderchair.com/2015/04/14/free-crochet-textured-fan-beanie/
  11. 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!
  12. I am working on a beanie for my wife and the pattern has a special note for "cable" which reads: Skip next 2 sts, work FPdc around nest st, working in fron of FPdc just made, work FPdc around second skipped st, working in front of last FPdc made, work FPdc around first skipped st. I know how to complete the FPdc I'm just getting lost with the "working in front of" part. If you could please help me that would be great thanks.
  13. Birthday sale now through Feb 7, 2015 Get 10 patterns for $10 ($6.00 patterns only apply) http://www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  14. I found this lovely pattern on how to make a beanie http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wrapped-with-love-crochet-hat---all-sizes Now this was the first ever pattern I managed to read, ok there was a few times where I didn't understand a few things things so I went and visted my best friend "YouTube" but I got there
  15. Hi everyone! I'm working on a very easy crocheted beanie pattern, in the round (that's what it's called when you're going round in circles, yes?) It starts with a magic loop, you add stitches and eventually work up to 72 stitches, and then continue to add rows with a 2CH at the start of each new row, joining with a slip stitch at the end of each row for about 28 rows before going to a smaller needle to make a slightly tighter brim and finish. Here's my problem: at the end of each row, I get a very large hole at the site of the 2 chain stitches... but I'm wondering if it should/can look seamless? What I've been doing is DC into each stitch around, and then doing the join through the hole made by the 2CH. But is that wrong? Should I be doing the join *after* the 2CH? Or before it? (The 2CH is technically the first DC in that row, right?) Ugh. This seems like it shouldn't be hard. Obviously this would have to ultimately be the back of the beanie because it's very obvious to look at, but I feel like there has to be a way that you don't see an obvious "seam". Or would you always see that and just have to live with it being at the back? Thanks in advance!! Kimmy
  16. 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
  17. 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.
  18. My niece and Nephew saw my hat (the tri-hued green slouchy hat) and said that they wanted hats too. so this is what came of it.
  19. My niece and Nephew saw my hat (the tri-hued green slouchy hat) and said that they wanted hats too. so this is what came of it.
  20. I just finished this recently, I had made one in the past but it got torn up [looks over at my cat who sits innocently on my yarn]. But I made a new one for this group I am apart of on Ravelry. It's a Harry Potter House Cup group that was recently on the front page. Since I am what they call a 'not quite first year' I am trying to plant myself in Slytherin house with the project from our moderator and I made the beanie in Slytherin colours! I am quite proud of this. It did turn out a bit big for my head, and at first I was scared to put it on, but I was surprised to see how well it fits.
  21. I want to make this. Would you say that its a foundation chain,then sc a few rows, then dc, ch 1, skip st, repeat, gather at desired length? Any increasing between sc row end and start of dc rows?
  22. I just finished this today at work! I followed my own pattern, well I wrote a pattern as I worked! Haha!
  23. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Rolling Edge Beanie sizes from newborn to adult. Pattern Style : Written Pattern Photo (optional): Skill Level: Easy Yarn/Material/Tools Required : Worsted weight yarn (#4). I used Lily Sugar "n" Cream. But I want to test on other brands possible. Hook size 4.5mm for whole hat and 6.00mm ( for flower only) Or any hook size that fit your gauge ( please state it) Yarn needle. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: This beanie has sizes from newborn to adult so I need about 3-4 tester for variety of sizes. Please let me know which sizes that you like to test. Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: I am a very average crocheter and it took me about 3 hours to complete. Deadline: I need this pattern tested by 16/12/2013. Tester Experience : If you can do basic crochet stitches and know how to read a pattern, this is for you. Tester Responsibilities : The material is supplied by tester Feedback any instructions that are unclear or confusing Verify stitches counts Feedback any errors Feedback the fit of the hat Natural light-photos of the completed beanie Meet the deadline Estimate the yarn usage Please DO NOT share, edit, or redistribute the pattern in any circumstances Any Special Software Requirements: the pattern sent to you in pdf format or word (please indicate) Compensation Tester that complete the requirement by or before the due date will get the finalized pattern for free, and will be given credit as a trustful pattern tester. Please PM me your email and sizes that you like to test. Thank youi
  24. My son LOVES the Plants vs. Zombies game, so I whipped him up a zombie beanie. Just used a pic of the zombies from the game. No pattern. Here's the inspiration: