Saturday, May 20, 2017
Hello everyone! I am sorry that I have not blogged in a long while. I honestly forgot that I had my blog. But now I am back. I will be posting more often. Soon I will come up with a new free pattern for everyone to enjoy. Coming soon... A messy bun hat pattern!!
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Friday, May 2, 2014
I am thinking of what to design for my next crochet pattern. I think I will do a pair of fingerless gloves/wristlets! Those are simple and easy to make, and you can do so much with them! I have a lot of ideas to try out. :-) I just need to make a few first so I can get the gist of how to make them. I am also in the process of making a pattern for a brimmed beanie hat too! :D If you have any requests on what you would like to see a pattern form, please feel free to comment! <3 Happy 2nd day of May! <3 It would be Dose De Mayo, LOL (pun intended.)
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Brenda’s XL Slouchy Hat
(For people with a big head ;) )
In this pattern I used a 5.00 MM crochet hook, and acrylic worsted weight yarn. – Any red heart brand is fine. And you will need a tapestry needle.
1- Chain 85.
2- Connect to first chain to form a circle with a slip stitch. (Make sure it is not twisted before you connect it.)
3- Chain 2. – 1 HDC in each stitch. Connect to first stitch with slip stitch.
4-8 – Repeat row 3.
9- Chain 3. 2 dc in same st.** Skip next 2 sts, 3 dc in 3rd hdc. ** Repeat until end, and connect row with slip st.
10-13 – Repeat row 9. Fasten off.
14 – Connect a new color to any space between the 3dc (granny stitch) groups. Repeat row 9. Fasten off. Connect original color.
15-23 – Repeat row 9.
24- Chain 2, 1 sc in each st.
25- ch2 . **1 sc in same st as chain. 2 sc together. 1 sc in next 2 sts. ** Repeat until end.
26-30- Repeat row 25. Fasten off with about 10 inch to 12inch tail. (will need a very long tail)
Tuck in all the loose ends you have hanging loose, except the very long tail at this time.
Thread needle with the long tail and weave in and out of stitches to close up the top of the hat, and continue to weave in and out until it is completely closed. Be sure to secure your end once the hole is sewn closed.