Everyone has to keep warm in these cold cold months. Especially your little ones!
I made this hat for a family friend of mine and decided to write a pattern for it as well. Isn't it cute? The ridges are my favorite part, but it also is doubly warm over the ears because the black portion is flipped up!
It also combines my favorite yarns in one project. The top part is a gorgeous blue sock yarn that's good and stretchy, while the band is super soft and cozy.
If you'd like to make a hat like this for your little guy or gal click for a link to the download the FREE pattern.
The NewsAt the beginning of the year, my goal was to write and publish five crochet patterns. This is the second. As my life stands right now, I should be at five in no time at all.
Some of my patterns can get a bit complicated though, and just from personal experience I know that visuals are always a benefit when reading patterns. So I did a little research, and found this great program that is set up specifically to diagram crochet patterns! How cool is that? The issue, is that it costs $50. $50 that I don't have right now, but I have a plan.
- Write 5 patterns and publish them for FREE so other crochet artists can see my work. 2 down, 3 to go. (These patterns will always be free.)
- Continue writing patterns, but put them up for sale. (I may continue to publish freebies now and then.)
- After sales reach $50 or more, I can get the program and my patterns with be THAT much nicer and easier to understand.
- Retroactively update previous patters to make all of them equally awesome.
In the mean time, if you want to help out - and help me get the program sooner - I've added a donation button on the left! Any and all contributions are appreciated.
So if you download one of my free patterns and think to your self, "This pattern would be a lot easier to understand if there were some diagrams," just keep in mind that I think so too! I don't have the tools to do that right now, but I'm working on it!