Classic, cozy balaclava hat that keeps the little head and neck warm, decorated with the cutest round ears and a small brim.
The Jo balaclava hat crochet pattern is easy to make, suitable project for you if you are looking for winter hat for a little boy or girl to keep warm this season
The Toasted Hazelnut Brimmed Beanie is the first of four hats in my fall collection of crochet brimmed beanies. Cozy, soft and textured, each crochet brimmed beanie pattern has a little bit of a different style. This one incorporates the bean stitch to add some fun, bumpy texture. Pattern includes directions for completing the bean stitch.
This crochet balaclava has the whole face open since it's designed for little ones who might not like their mouths covered. A warm and cozy hat style, it's more likely to stay on heads when it is cold.
Old Man Winter brings nothing that this crochet balaclava can't handle! Designed to cover your head and face, this winter must-have will keep you warm, protected and in style.
Balaclava is created by stitching in any shade you like, from side to side, with single crochet in the back loop, plus short turn row techniques.
Adding a crochet summer hat to any outfit is a great way to spruce up your look and create a bit of personality with your ensemble. These wide brim sun hats come in a variety of styles and textures. They make sure you don t catch too many rays on your face. You take it for a stroll in the park, a picnic, beach vacation, gardening, garden party, the derby. Learn how to make this perfect sun hat with Wide Brim Summer Hat Free Crochet Pattern. This is great for beginner crocheter. You can add an embellishment if you like, or wear plain for simplicity. This will make a great additional assessor to your wardrobe or will make a special handmade gift for your friends and family. Happy crocheting.
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Active kids will love winter even more, thanks to this toasty crochet balaclava! Designed to cover the head and face, this winter must-have will keep kids warm, protected and in style.
You'll work from side to side, in single crochet in the back loop to create a ridged pattern. Then, you'll use short-row shaping to stitch the top of the head.