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  1. Every pattern is written in the description of my Youtube videos!
  2. Every pattern is written in the description of my Youtube videos!
  3. *PATTERN ONLY* https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/562772356/crochet-pattern-for-our-slouchy-rainbow Another one of Jan's beautiful hats! We love the colour of this wool; it reinds us of the autumal colours of the leaves in the trees. The wool is soft and warm and is a lovely addition to a warm winter walk! We can't stop wearing this style and always recieve compliments on the unique appearance of this hat! You will need: a 5.5mm crochet hook, yarn needle, some polyester toy stuffing and a chunky yarn; I have used the following yarn: James C Brett Marble Chunky- colour MC7 What you'll recieve: -digital download with full making instructions to make this beautiful slouchy beanie hat -our thanks and gratitude Any queries don't hesitate to email us: designdivasjr@gmail.com
  4. I tried a new ribbed baby hat pattern from Beverly Qualheim. I chained just 30 sts to start to get a newborn sized hat. My hats came out 6.5 inches long flat by 10” cir. Here is the link to the free baby hat pattern. It was a fun pattern that is worked side to side and gathered at the top. .
  5. I’m making a hat for my husband and the pattern I’m following says the base of the hat will turn out to be 19”, but my husband’s head is 23 1/2”. How can I make it to fit him? Here is the link for the pattern for reference: https://www.favecrafts.com/Mens-Crochet/Brim-Hat-for-Him-from-Red-Heart-Yarn Thank You!
  6. I found a local photographer who wants to work with me for photo props. She requested this outfit, and it was so much fun to make! I purchased the pattern from Crystal and Taylor Etsy shop! https://www.etsy.com/listing/202977864/newborn-crochet-pants-pattern-suspenders
  7. I am looking for testers for my bowler hat in the following sizes: 0-3 / 3-6 / 6-12 months and Teen/Small Adult. Pattern is worked with worsted weight acrylic and a 5 mm (H-8) hook. I would like feedback (and pictures if possible) by the end of this weekend, August 11th. Compensation: free final copy of the pattern and one free pattern from my shop on Etsy. http://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/CharmedByEwe Thanks! Janaya
  8. Greetings! I am looking forward to meeting new testers. Thank you for viewing my testing request. Photos of this test are attached. Pattern Information Pattern Description: This is a scarf and hat set. The scarf is a long, thin wrap scarf and the hat is fairly simple and made to match the scarf. Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): This is a written pattern with an accompanying chart. Pattern Photo (optional): Three photos are attached. Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Early Intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): This set require 550 yards of fingering weight yarn, a yarn needle, and a 3.75 mm hook (or hook necessary to obtain gauge). Testers provide their own materials. Testers may use any fingering weight yarn. I used Handmaiden Mini Maiden in Amethyst. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 5 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: Approx. 10 hours Deadline: September 7th, 2015 Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): No testing experience is necessary. I will ask to view previous projects via the Gallery or on Ravelry, Flickr, etc. Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you): If you are interested in testing, please reply to the thread with a link to previous projects as stated in "Tester Experience". I will contact you if you are a good fit and we will complete the test over email. I ask that my testers set aside notes about the pattern as they go along and then share those notes with me through email upon completion of the item along with a picture of their completed item. Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): PDF reader, email address Compensation The free pattern is the compensation for this test. However, if you enjoy testing for me, know that I am eager to add more testers to my personal testing email group. After replying successfully to a simple questionnaire, my personal testers enjoy free access to my existing patterns (after two successful tests) as well as a small gift every 4 to 5 tests. Thank you!
  9. Hi, Semi-new to crochet. I was trying to get a standard for newborn-3 months I give away. I researched like crazy and decided on a crown diameter of 4 and length of 5 inches. So we try it on a 5 week old and it doesn't fit! I can't understand what I am doing wrong. The only thing I can think is that the whole hat is worked in double crochets but the end three rows of single crochets. There is a lot less give on the tension in that area? Any help or advice would be great! I am going slightly crazy... I even blew up balloons to certain head. If umfrenxes to test my hats on lol.
  10. Here are some rolled brim baby hats I have been crocheting for 2017. These are going to my local hospital baby nursery for the newborns. Free pattern is found here that I used to crochet them.
  11. I am looking for a simple messy bun/ponytail hat pattern for both children and adults. Since I am on disability, I have to watch my pennies so I would be using scrap yarn to make these hats. Any help would be appreciated. Theresa
  12. Oh winter is coming...........and it promises to be a COLD one with lots of snow this year. For a gal with short hair, that means cold ears. Yeah, a hat helps some, but my ears still get cold. So what's a gal to do.........get out her trusty crochet hook and some yarn.......see what the mind can design. I present to you my Ear Warmer Beanie. A hat for the top of your head with a built in ear warmer. And it's simple enough for an advanced beginner, due to BPDC and the trick with the SC. It's reversible (if you don't like the ridges showing, I like them). http://laceangelscrochetjournal.blogspot.com/2016/10/ear-warmer-beanie-oh-winter-is-coming.html
  13. I was approached by a lady who also does other handmade stuff, however she does handstamped jewelry/keychains & stuff like that. She was wanting to know if I would be interested in a trade. I make something for her, she makes something for me. I said, Sure, there was a few things I was wanting from her shop, so I asked her what she wanted. She sent me a picture of a tiny baby wearing a crochet sock monkey hat, and holding a stuffed sock monkey. I asked her if she just wanted the hat or did she want the toy too, and she wanted the toy. I have NEVER made a stuffed sock monkey before, and I had to alter the pattern I found because I didn't have any felt. I started this on Wednesday evening and finished it Thursday evening. I think they turned out absolutely adorable. Better yet, I used a full skein of grey and luckily I had a tiny ball of the same grey, so I didn't have to use any, so that helped my Stashbusting score too!
  14. 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.
  15. Hello, I am new to crocheting hats. I have read many helpful articles but I still have a question. I am trying to make a hat with a specific crown diameter and I am following the standard double crochet increase (12, 24, 36...) I can't seem to hit the diameter I need (about 6.25-6.5) using the yarn I have. It seems to fall short or go over. 4 rounds is too small and 5 rounds go over. It is Big Twist yarn premium from JoAnn's. It calls for a 5.5 "I" hook but it seems a little thicker than standard medium 4 yarn. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Carrie
  16. Do you love crochetting? please looking this video! https://youtu.be/ra9cKwbEjYQ
  17. I like this pattern very much! It's called "It's a Hoot! an Owl Hat" by Carlinda Lewis. I made it for my almost 3yo DD, but I guess I used too thick yarn and although I made baby size, the hat is just too big. But I found one a little bigger girl and the hat fits her, so I'll make another one for DD.
  18. Here is a yellow birdy hat I crocheted using the Chirp Chirp Tweet Bird Hat Pattern. It works up quickly and was fun to make. I used black yarn for the eyes as this was for a baby.
  19. PDDesigns Crochet will be closing our Etsy shop on Saturday March 5th. The entire etsy site, Crochet Patterns and Crocheted items are 75% off until 03/05. Coupon code: CLOSING www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  20. I bought Geek Girl a new coat last week, we only noticed once it was on that the fur was just a collar not a hood, this made her sulk so I promised her a new hat too. I am rather proud of it and she didn't take it off until bathtime.
  21. 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...
  22. 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.
  23. 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!
  24. 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.