Pop Pop Be Pop Crochet Hat just exudes beautiful colors!! Colors bring joy to my life, as I think they do to all creative beings. I used Bernat Pop yarn for this project because I love the colors and they popped!!!! This is a project that uses just one skein. I know how many of us hate to change yarn sometimes so this would help in that matter. I used the cross stitch that also added some texture to the hat with the ribbed band.
ACWC Crochet Hat is a slightly slouchy hat. This is an addition to the ACWC Infinity Scarf and ACWC Scoodie. I plan to add more to this collection soon. This would also make a great Spring hat using cotton yarn. This hate is rated EASY and great for a beginner that knows the basic stitches of crochet.
Free Crochet Pattern-Three's and V's. I hope you will enjoy making this crochet pattern and enjoy wearing it as much as I do. If you are anything like me, I can't wear a hat, it makes me to warm! I designed this using one skein of RedHeart Soft in Periwinkle.
ACWC Crochet Scoodie-Free Crochet Pattern
ACWC Crochet Scoodie is a free pattern on my blog. What is a scoodie? Well, a scoodie is a valuable accessory for your wardrobe. A scood is a scarf and hat all in one. Perfect for those of us that like sledding, skating, and any other outdoor activity you might want to enjoy. This will keep your neck, face, and head warm.
Woodlands Crochet Hat is a free pattern for you to enjoy. I made this hat thinking that winters in New York are brutal. As I speak, we have temps in the 30's. Not as cold as it could be though!! We had a snow storm 2 days ago, and it was kinda brutal with the snow and ice. This hat is made from cozy cotton yarn, and is perfect for those brutal days.
Is anyone out in the crochet world getting presents ready for Christmas. I have this brand new pattern made using bulky yarn and it's a messy bun hat. I love teal and tassels, hence the name. It's a fun hat that works up super quick, you could make so many for Christmas in so many colors! Let me know what you make out of this, as I would love to see the color combinations. Share it to The Country Willow!
Sheri Ann Weber