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Sunny Spiral Slouchy Hat Pattern


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This pattern is an advanced pattern, and a previous knowledge of crochet cables is extremely helpful. You'll need about 6 to 7 oz of worsted weight yarn and a US Size H crochet hook. Skills you'll need to know: Chain Single crochet Slip Stitch Working in back loops Working in rows Working in rounds Double crochet Decreases Front Post Stitches Treble Crochets This pattern is a written pattern, with several pictures throughout. I have also included a link to a youtube tutorial to show parts of the pattern that get a little tricky. Yes, you CAN sell items made from this pattern. If you'd like a FREE pattern from my shop, sign up for my newsletter here: Follow me on facebook: Follow me on twitter: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Slip Stitch Single Crochet Double Crochet Treble Crochet Working in Back Loops. Working in Rows Working in Rounds Front Post stitches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS "Sized to fit heads between 20" and 23" inches PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn or Vanna's Choice by Lion Brand COLORWAY Sungold

Recommended with this pattern

  • Crochet hook, US Size H
  • Yarn needle - optional, for weaving in ends
  • Worsted weight yarn, approx 6 oz

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Basics: 30-something mom of 3. Psychology student. Knitting and crocheting to pay tuition as I work my way towards a Master's degree in counseling. I started crocheting as a kid, using my mom's leftover ugly brown yarns. (Hey - it was a hangover from the 70's when ugly browns and oranges were all the rage). I picked it up again in my early 20's when I needed something to do to distract me from exams and morning sickness. And I haven't put the hooks or needles down since. I began designing my own patterns in 2009 when my husband lost his job and I decided to put my skills to use. I started selling pieces I'd crocheted on Etsy, but felt bad that I was profiting off of other designers' hard work. So, I set my hand to designing on my own - and it was more fun and fulfilling than I thought it would be. My designs are usually inspired by sleepless nights, a little bit of coffee, and trips to the local Hobby Lobby, where I may or may not be guilty of fondling the yarn. Favorite yarns: Cotton blends, wool blends, and vibrant colors. For the latest updates on what's new and in the works, FOLLOW ME: Instagram: Pinterest: