This simple hat is one of my most requested tutorials and I think I may know why!
- It offers extra warmth for the ears.
- It lends itself well to variation.
- It’s a great scrap buster!
The Video Tutorial provides guided pattern reading with the tutorial and the skills taught include foolproof, top-down hat sizing! LEFT HANDED Video Tutorial is also available!
Download the free pattern Camel Stitch Brim Beanie Pattern!
Click this link if you’re looking for a larger Hat Sizing Chart for your crochet bag!
Another Scrapbuster Project! This hat uses a type of Spike Stitch – Mesh Stitch combo to create a lighter hat with lots of impact.
Skill level: Intermediate. While the stitches used are pretty basic (slip stitch, single crochet and half double crochet), the crocheter really needs to be comfortable “reading the work.” This term refers to the ability to look at completed stitches and understand exactly what they’re looking at! It’s necessary to know so you can place the stitches in the right places.
RIGHT HAND Video Tutorial
LEFT HAND Video Tutorial
Spiked Mesh Stitch Hat Pattern
Download a Hat Sizing Chart for easy reference!
Need help? Click below for the Video Tutorial!
One of my “go-to” hats for donations AND it’s great for using up left-over yarn! I got permission from the designer, Kathy North, to do a video tutorial and here it is!
RIGHT HAND version:
Here’s a quick link to the original written pattern.
The “Thin Blue Line” is an emblem used to show support of law enforcement officers. While the term has been around a long time, it’s believed to have been brought in the mainstream with the 1988 documentary of the same name.
Disclaimer: In light of the recent unrest, it’s important to remember that there are problems and corruption in every occupation in the world but that doesn’t negate the good that’s done overall. Look for the good in everything… and then support it.
I’ve found we have lots of law enforcement connections with our Sheepishly Sharing Flock and thought this might be something that touches us all. Special thanks to @carolscreativecorner on Instagram who started me thinking about it with this post.
Download the free Thin Blue Line Hat Pattern
If you need help with the Chain Tracks Technique, the video is here:
With the Pokemon Go app, there’s been a resurgence in Pokemon popularity! I knocked out 4 of these for charity in no time! There are plenty of patterns out there but my favorite basic crochet hat uses Half Double Crochet so I whipped this up on my own. (Most of the patterns out there use Double Crochet.)
You’re welcome to download this free pattern!
Click here: Pokeball Hat Pattern
Sometimes simple is best and it’s certainly working for this precious scrap hat! Look a little closer…
It’s a chain neatly encased between tracks on each side. A very tailored and polished look!
Recipe: It’s a basic double crochet beanie – stop about 1 – 1.5 inches before the end and…
- Change to a new color. Single crochet back loop only. Join.
- Change back to the first color and single crochet camel stitch all the way around. Join.
- Double crochet back loop only. Join. Sew in ends!
If you have any questions, here’s the video tutorial. I also include tips and tricks, how to determine how much yarn you need for that stripe and demonstrate the join I like best for this hat.
As requested by Laura Brown, here’s an Addi Express King Size tutorial for a great hat! The Addi Fair Isle technique was taught to me in this video by The Answer Lady Knits.
- This pattern is recommended for Intermediate to Advanced Addi users!
- If you’re already familiar with fair isle on the Addi then the “pattern” below will be all you need.
- If you’ve never done fair isle on the Addi, please watch the video before you post a question!
This hat was done with Vanna’s Choice colors Purple, Pink and Mustard.
130 rows total