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  1. I am trying to make a hat for myself. I have a pattern but whatever I do I can’t make it and I’m wondering if I’m reading the pattern wrong. This is my first project. I have learnt all my stitches but never actually made anything. This is my pattern (UK terminology) Round 1 : Ch 2 and work 7 htr in the 2nd ch from the hook (going through just the top loop of the chain only). Ss into the first htr to complete the round. Pulling gently on your starting yarn tail will close the hole at the centre of the round. (7) Round 2 : Ch 2 and work 1 htr in the same stitch. Work 2 htrs in each of the remaining stitches. Ss around the starting ch to close the round. (13) Round 3: Ch 2 and work 1 htr in the next stitch. (Take care to ensure you work in the correct stitch. It can be a little hidden by the chain.) *Work 1 htr in the next stitch. Work 2 htrs in the next stitch.* Repeat ** to the end of the round (ending on a 2 htr). Ss around the starting ch to close the round. (19) When I have followed these instructions, I always end up with more stitches than what it says in (brackets) at the end. When stitching a 1 htrs in the next stitch I haven’t skipped the 3 chains like I was taught when learning my stitches. Is this where I’m going wrong?!?! What does in mean when the pattern says “work 1 htr in the next stitch” Jules Slouch Hat.pdf
  2. NEW VIDEO] Hello Creatives! Love fall? You’ll Love THIS! My back to school Slouchy Hat makes a sweet accessory! Blog Post >>> http://bit.ly/2f04MM2 Video here >>> http://bit.ly/2f9yoKj RAVELRY here >>> http://bit.ly/2weF9Sq It takes about 3 hours to complete, perfect for this weekend. Make this as a gift to WOW everyone! The weekend is here! Now all you need is this project.
  3. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Terry Ann hat (tentative name) Pattern Style: Written Pattern Photo: Two pictures are included in the pattern Skill Level: advanced beginner Yarn/Material/Tools Required (specify which will supplied by designer and which by tester): Materials will be supplied by the tester. I used Louisa Harding Nerissa (100% cotton; 98yds) and less than 2 skeins. At least 196 yds in a weight-3 or dk weight yarn with a nice drape. Size I/9 (5.50mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge. Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 3 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 3-6 hours depending on your speed Deadline: August 25, 2014 Tester Experience: I would prefer experienced crocheters that are good at pattern reading, and one advanced beginner to assess the clarity of the pattern. Tester Responsibilities: I will need testers to make note of grammatical errors, consistency of abbreviations and repeats. Testers will not have to use the exact same yarn as I found it in a clearance bin at a LYS :-) Any Special Software Requirements (Microsoft Word, pdf reader, etc.): pdf reader Compensation All testers will receive a free copy of the completed the pattern I have yet to figure out how to attach anything in a private message, but the pattern will be emailed to you. Please reply with your interest in testing this pattern and send me a message with your email. Thank you!
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Hi, I have a new pattern on my blog!! Chunky Slouchy Crochet Hat with Pom Poms Works up in just about 30 minutes or so!! http://pd-designs.blogspot.com/2014/02/free-pattern-basic-chunky-slouchy-hat.html
  7. Hi there!! I have a few new Hat patterns listed in my shop!! Feel free to wander around!! https://www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  8. Hi there!! I have a few new Hat patterns listed in my shop!! Feel free to wander around!! https://www.etsy.com/shop/PDDesignsCrochet
  9. Birds of a Feather Slouch Hat - Free Crochet Pattern and Tutorial Written Pattern http://www.meladorascreations.com/brdsofafeatherslhat.htm Meladora's Creations
  10. I named this hat after my daughter. She'll only wear this style hat so I designed it with her in mind. She's not a light pink person so I'm making her one in raspberry color now. The pattern is being tested now.
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