September 11, 2013

Diamond Edge Hat Free Crochet Pattern



Crochet patterns for hats are endless.  Here's a simple and pretty design for the fall!  Many color variations could be used.

Designed By:  Designs by KN

Skill level:  Easy

Size: One size: approx. 21” circumference by 8.5” high (unstretched) – will stretch to fit up to 23” head circumference

Materials:  Worsted weight yarn in 3 colors in the following amounts:  125 yds. Main color (MC); 30 yds Color A; 30 yds. Color B; Size I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook, or size needed to achieve gauge;  Tapestry needle


2 comments:

  1. This is actually a comment pertaining to the camo leggings which thank you SO much for publishing, I've got mine about half done (1 leg) do you think there wold be an easy way to turn them into flare pants or like yoga pants? Should I just make another pair and gradually start increasing around the knee? I really want to conquer yoga pants but there are no patterns,not even paid ones :/ if you could give me any tips that'd be great! Thanks! :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I think it would be quite easy to do, start the pattern for the legs the same, but once you get to the knee, start increasing stitches gradually until you get to the length that you want. You should probably try the legs on as you go, to make sure they start to flare where you want them to. I would love to try these again soon! I am a lot of custom orders right now, but these pants are easy, quick, and fun. I actually got my inspiration from a vintage pattern:

    (http://web.archive.org/web/20001015003848/http://www.cei.net/~vchisam/groovy/7909p.html)

    -however, this pattern is a bit quirky and the pants have a large mesh holes, I wanted something a bit less holey:)

    ReplyDelete

Infolinks