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Since I started crocheting in December, I have made several hats. I love that they stitch up so quickly! Although they aren't perfect, I'm getting better with each one!

 

You can see them, along with my finished mile-a-minute afghan, at my blog.

 

http://www.xanga.com/bethnjeffhall/606047193/crochet-crazy.html

 

Thanks for looking!

 

Sorry, I'm new and I posted in the clothing forum instead of the accesories forum! I got a little too excited and didn't look all the way down the list.

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Nice work! I really like the blue newsboy type hat! Keep up the good work and you'll gain experience to make more challenging things.

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They all look great.

I like the red and black one best. What pattern is that?

 

It's the Downtown Cloche from Stitch Diva Studios Essential Hats Collection.

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They all look so great!!!! :cheer Nice models too.

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Nice looking hats!! I've been getting the itch to start making hats for the coming cold season!! Right now I have an 18 gal. tote container full of crochet and knit hats that I went crazy making last year!!:eek I'll probably donate them to our local St. Vincent de Paul, or Sarah's house(victims of abuse). Some of the hats still have the tails that I need to hide!!:blush (Huge pet peeve of mine!!!!!):eek Great job on your hats!!:) I like all of them, but the one that catches my eye is the blue "newsboy" cap!!

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All your projects are so pretty...and creative...some of those hats are so cool !!! Thanks for sharing!

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Nice hats. :yes And you did a fabulous job on the mile a minute! :applause Welcome to the Ville! :welcome

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The hats are really cute! I made that ghan for my inlaws with a J to cover a queen size bed. Very nice!

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I love those! You are very good, I can't believe you just started in Dec. WOW:hook

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Nice job. I like the newsboy cap the best - it really looks good on you.

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I am so envious....they all are great! For some reason I can never make hats that I like, Are you ready to instuct? LOL Great job!!!

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Great job...I especially like the blue cap one. Nice job.

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These were fun to look at. I think the blue baseball cap is my favorite -- very cute!! :cheer

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ooh great job! They look fabulous! I love all of them but I think I like the blue cap is my favorite (:

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I love all your stuff great job! What MAM pattern did you use? Ilove it! Did you have any problem with them all being the same length? Dee:clap

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Very nice, you did a good job. :clap And don't worry, the first time I posted a picture I had it in the wrong one also.:hook

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Your stuff is gorgeous! I just started crocheting in Jan and I only do simple beanies and maybe with a ribbon or ruffle but always the same pattern... Here I thought I was good! lol Where did you get your book from and is it easy to read because I am really no good at reading patterns!

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Thanks, everyone, for the compliments! The blue newsboy is from the 2007 Crochet A Day Calendar. I've also made it in camo.

 

The Mile-A-Minute is from the book "Our Best Afghans from A to Z" from Leisure Arts.

 

The ribbon cloche was a free pattern from Crochet Me! that I found on Crochet Pattern Central. I used the same basic pattern for the earflap hats. The pink ruffle hat was free online as well at CPC.

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