Wednesday, 30 December 2015
CAPS , HAT n BERETS
CAPS , HAT n BERETS
There are so many lovely caps, hats n berets available on the free world wide web, and it makes me so thankful that there are so many wonderful people who design things and then put it up for free. What a wonderful world we live in.
Materials used : Acrylic yarn with a 4 – 4.5 mm hook
Skill level : Intermediate to advanced
Abbreviations used :
lp(s) : Loop(s) sc : Single crochet
dc : Double crochet ch : Chain
sp : Space sl-st : Slip stitch
st(s) : Stitch(es) hk : Hook
yo : Yarn Over
fsc : Foundation Single Crochet
This is a really cute pattern, that should work for any head size, I think – because of the lee-way provided by the tie-up on the side, which not only looks great but is also functional. This lovely red chapeau made with Indian Vardhaman Millenium yarn and a 4.5 mm hook has been made using this pattern link.
For my next beret made with some lovely Stylecraft yarn and a 4.5 mm crochet hook
For my third unisex cap made with a combination of Stylecraft as well as our Indian Vardhaman Millennium yarn and a 4.5 mm crochet hook, I used my own original free design called Vaada slouchy. In the original slouchy pattern, you extend it for as long as you want, but with this one, I just made it to fit snug around the head n ears.
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A full time mum, a part time social service volunteer, animal fosterer and a Guinness World Record holder
I love art and craft - and am grateful for this hobby that keeps me busy and out of 'mischief'.
We (as a family) are also staunch protectors of stray animals and will continue to do our bit to make this a safe world for them.
We strongly believe in R-R-R and several of my projects will show this.