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Normally when I do the round up post for the month I post patterns that are free. This post will have some of all 3 of the categories; free, download, purchase. There are just so many different winter hats to be made I selected the ones that caught my eye. So lets begin this round up with…
This is a paid pattern. Full of Hope would be perfect for the Valentines Day month. I love how perfect the heart came out on it. Pattern has sizes for Newborn, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, toddler, child and adult.
To make this hat you will need a worsted weight yarn in 2 colors; she used Hobby Lobby’s I love This Yarn!. You will also need a 6 mm (J) crochet hook, and a pom pom. The pattern is US Crochet terms and is printed (pdf) in English.
This one is a free pattern on A Crocheted Simplicity website. This one is also a heart. I love that this heart is made up of what looks to be a bubble/puff type stitch. I especially love the ombre pink yarn she used. It just adds its own special touch to it. She has the pattern in the following sizes; toddler, kids, teen/adult small, and adult medium/large.
To make My Love Beanie & Slouch you will need a worsted weight yarn. She used Red Heart Super Saver Ombre or Caron Simply Soft. I personally like the one made with the Red Heart Super Saver Ombre better than the Caron Simply Soft one. They are both cute. I just really love the ombre. Any who, you will also need a 4 mm and 5 mm crochet hook, yarn needle, stitch markers, and a faux fur pom. This is made using basic US crochet terms.
This beanie caught my eye because of the coloring and different stitches. It is so beautiful and looks fun to make. Upon reading the blog post along with the pattern the designer said that she has a love hate relationship with this hat; I am so tempted to make it just to see why, haha. Finished size is about a Medium Adult.
To make this hat you will need a chunky weight yarn; she uses Caron X Pantone in “moody pumpkins”. You might want to get 2 braids in the same color pattern. You will also need a 6 mm crochet hook and of course the trusty tapestry needle and scissors. This hat is color planned so make sure you are familiar with that. I also think this is in UK Crochet terms but she does list a link for the conversion stitches.
The waffle look on this beanie is just like she named it. A Dream Weaver. It looks so neatly weaved together and its all just a technique. Its not actually weaved. This pattern comes in 3 sizes; toddler, child, and adult. The Dream Weaver is made from the brim up.
To make this weaved beauty you will need a worsted weight yarn. She used Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn! You will need your trusty 5 mm (H) crochet hook, scissors, tapestry needle, and a faux fur pom. This is made with US Crochet Terms and should be fairly easy to whip up.
This beanie, is just, amazing. I love the colors the designer used. I love the ombre, I love the grey, I just love everything about this beanie. Down to the stitches, even the pom. Its just so beautiful. Definitely one I will have to make all the time. Must be familiar with the Feather Stitch.
To make The Wilhelmina Beanie you will need a worsted weight yarn; she used Red Heart Roll With It Tweed in “marine” and Red Heart With Love in “pewter”. You will need your trust 5 mm (h) crochet hook, scissors, tapestry needle, and a faux fur pom to match. Sizing is for a Teen/Adult Small and is made with US Crochet Terms.
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