Tag: hats

Pixie Hat & Diaper Cover Crochet Pattern Set

Here is my newest pattern release.  It makes a great prop for a photoshoot.  The pattern request came from Savanna, from SavannaSmiles Photography.   I’ve been working with her recently, and she is just wonderful.  I’d love for you to stop by her facebook page and tell 

Baby Beanie & Bowtie Crochet Pattern

  Here is my brand new pattern for a baby beanie & bowtie set.  The pattern is perfect for any skill level, even beginner.  Makes an adorable hat for a new addition, or a nice set for a photography prop.         I should have 

Cables & Lace Beanie & Giveaway

This pattern became my ‘baby’ this week.  I had to have a dozen testers. Yikes!  Because of that fact, as well as the stitches used, it is definately an intermediate pattern.  But if you’re like me, you may like a challenge!  If you purchase it, 

American Flag Patriotic Beanie Crochet Pattern

I created this American Flag beanie to somehow remind us to honor those who fight to keep this country free.  I’m married to a retired military guy, and my brother has done a couple of his own tours in the past few years.  So I wanted 

Zoe Girl Beanie ~ Cabled Cutie Crochet Pattern

My “Zoe Girl” beanie is now available.  I’ll be doing a drawing for a free download of the pattern, so leave a comment to enter.  Drawing will be held on Friday morning (about 5am – Eastern time).  $3.99 – instant download   Happy Crocheting!

>Frog It

>I have been trying to design this hat for months.  It was originally supposed to be an Easter hat for Abby, but I just couldn’t get it done.  Abby’s mom was very patient with me (thank you Greta).  I can’t tell you how many times 

>Crocheted Daisy Beanie

>When I first started creating my own patterns, my 3 year old was the child I made the most hats for.  It was mainly because she was smaller, and cuter for pics :), and because she was willing.  But, I think I’ve created a monster.  

>Wrapped in Love Beanie Crochet Pattern

> I named this beanie “Wrapped in Love” because it reminded me of a package that has been gift wrapped with love.  It has a “ribbon” crocheted right in the hat, then you can add one of two different size bows. I took a poll when 

>Lavender Fields Beanie

>One of my qualities I don’t like is that sometimes I tend to hesitate if I’m not sure about something.  As a designer this isn’t good for me, because it’s usually based on my feelings rather than fact.  At times I don’t finish patterns because I don’t 

Adding Gauge to Patterns

To be honest, I’ve never been a “gauge” crocheter.  This, in my opinion, is a very bad habit I’ve developed.  When I make afghans, scarves, etc. I, for the most part, don’t care if the gauge matches.  As long as it looks ok.  When I started