Linda's Easy Chemo Cap

"I’m sharing this easy crochet chemo cap pattern in support of the 2018 Cancer Hat Challenge. Sharing a crochet cancer hat pattern with you all means a lot to me, because my grandma Linda, the matriarch of our family, is a breast cancer survivor. To survivors: we celebrate your strength! To those of you who have lost loved ones to cancer: we remember them, and honor them with our craft. For those still fighting cancer, the crochet community wants you to know that you are not alone. A crochet chemo cap is a small gift, but it’s what we have to offer. Know that it comes with our prayers for your healing, and our hope for your future."Linda's Easy Chemo Cap

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Not Cliché Beret

"This textured beret can also be worn as a slouch hat. This pattern meets the donation requirements for the #HatNotHate, Lion Brand’s campaign against bullying. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, double crochet, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting in the round, increasing, decreasing Special stitches: dc2tog, FPdc, sc2tog (with written explanation and video or photo tutorials linked in pattern) Skill Level Easy Finished Size Teen/Adult: 19” (48.5 cm) hat circumference x 7.5” (19 cm) length."Not Cliché Beret

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Light Keeper's Cap

"My friends, meet a thing of simple beauty: The Light Keeper’s Cap. Ever since I learned the Herringbone Half Double Crochet stitch I’ve been wanting to make something special with it. My husband and I are huge lighthouse buffs. When I saw the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, I was sold. We took the lighthouse tour. I’m always amazed at the lives Lighthouse keeper’s led. And that’s when I knew. I knew the name of this cap I was working on would be named for those brave men and women who tend to the lights that guide our way in the world. Inspired? Let's start!"Light Keeper's Cap

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Mountain Trail Hat

"This hat uses a unique stitch combination to create a woven appearance. Hat is worked side-to-side in rows to make a rectangle which is then folded together, seamed and top of hat sewn together. Hat is worked by alternating colors from two yarn cakes or by working both ends of the same yarn cake, switching colors every second row. Perfect pairing with self-striping yarn but could also be made in a single color or with alternating two solid colors. No worries about a ton of ends to weave in at the end with the color changes as yarn is dropped and then pulled back into work at the end. Yarn floats are covered in the seaming process! Instructions included for size Adult Small, Medium and Large but could easily be adjusted to any size."Mountain Trail Hat

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Wavy Shelled Hat

"This hat has an interesting shell pattern. This is because every other row is worked in back loops to give this hat an interesting texture. This hat can be done in one color, but changing the color every other row brings out also makes it interesting. This hat has one row of shell patterned and another row of single crochet done in back loops. This hat has the option of having a brim or no brim. Both are equally cute."Wavy Shelled Hat

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Dog Walker Hat

"The Dog Walker Hat is stretchy and long, so it fits many sizes. It stretches for larger sizes and the bottom can be folded up for smaller sizes. It also uses a reflective carry-along thread so it reflects light. This makes it great for late night walks as it will reflect in car headlights so you are more likely to be seen. Plus, there’s a bonus leash pattern for your furry friend. Stay warm and happy walking!"Dog Walker Hat

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Capeside Hat

"I love quick chunky beanies. They are great gifts and always do very well at markets too. This is one of those zone out and zen out to the pattern kind of hats. It works up fast and the coloring of Lion Brand Wool Ease Tonal does the heavy lifting on the color. The stitch combination is great because it gives the yarn depth for the tonal coloring to play off of. And it is a great shape whether you are in the mood for a pom pom or want a traditional beanie. "Capeside Hat

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Bricktown Slouch: Free Slouchy Beanie Crochet Pattern

"If you are looking for one of the easiest slouchy beanie crochet patterns you can make, this is it! This slouch is classy, it’s got just a bit of texture, and is super easy to crochet. All you need to know is how to make the single crochet and the double crochet! Beanies that are worked as one rectangle and seamed are excellent for beginners. Instead of hoping that a top-down beanie will match gauge and come out the correct size, you can measure as you go to make sure that you are on track per the pattern."Bricktown Slouch: Free Slouchy Beanie Crochet Pattern

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The Avery Beanie

"The Avery Beanie is such a fun beanie to work up! The combination of double crochet cluster stitches and single crochet stitches create such beautiful texture and also make it exciting to work up too! This hat is written in toddler, child, and adult sizes, plus you'll also find a helpful video tutorial! Have fun choosing from the endless color combinations to work up your beanie in! You might have to make a few of them!"The Avery Beanie

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Beaver Crochet Hat

"A cute crochet Beaver Hat was a design request I received from fans whos school mascot was such. I was excited to design this hat and think it turned out adorable. It is all in the details, from the small ears, beady eyes and of course the signature teeth. But, the hat wouldn't be complete without the tail! The pattern comes in sizes from newborn up to adult, this way the entire family can show their school pride! If your a bit hesitant because you haven't sewn on appliques, don't worry, there is a video tutorial included showing you step by step instructions. "Beaver Crochet Hat

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