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Infant girl winter hat

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Crochet Lab: Basic Techniques & Patterns taught by Vickie Howell

Perfect for the beginning crocheter, this fun class teaches you basic crochet stitches and how to put them together to create anything.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Crocheting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Worsted (10 ply)
Sizing Children, Girls, Women, Infant / Baby
Style Romantic, Cute, Classic
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What materials did you use? Worsted weight acrylic yarn, USI9/5.5 MM hook for all except ribbing at the bottom. Switch to USG6/4.0 MM hook for ribbing at the bottom of the hat. Free pattern for adults, infants and preemies here: http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns&id=10

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What are you most proud of? I love the look of this hat. It is very thick and will stretch as well as keep its shape. I want one for myself now!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Familiarize yourself with front post double crochet and back post double crochet techniques before beginning this project. Don't be intimidated though. It is easy and just a matter of knowing where to put the hook and pull the yarn through.

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So cute!

05/23/2014 Flag

Thank you!

06/05/2014 Flag

Does Vickie teach front post and back post in this class?

05/23/2014 Flag

Hi FranApple, Vickie does not teach front post (FP) and back post (BP) in this class. She does teach the single (SC), double (DC) and half double (HDC). The difference between DC and FPDC (or BPDC) is just a matter of where you place the hook within the previous row. Maybe this project doesn't belong linked to Crochet Lab for that reason, but I automatically link all my crochet projects to this class. I never even held a hook before this class and now I crochet almost everyday and this is where I learned my first stitches and discovered a love for crocheting! Here is a short video tutorial that shows you where to place your hook for FPDC. http://newstitchaday.com/front-post-double-crochet-stitch/

06/05/2014 Flag