Plymouth Beanie hat in Succulent and Seaglass
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Free Knitting Pattern: Plymouth Winter Hat Beanie

This is a super easy, beginner-friendly hat pattern and it’s a really classic pattern that looks so different depending on the colors you choose to use. Make it in your single most favorite color or combine 2 or more colors to give it an entirely different look. This knit-purl texture is a great classic look.

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About Hat Sizing: A Reference Chart (Downloadable PDF)

Do you keep a journal of all your makes? I have a book, a journal if you will, always near me so I can jot down the date, needles, yarn I’m using, and patterns that I’m working on. I have a section specifically for adapting for babies, teens, and adults and I’ve finally made an official printable reference guide. This Chunky Hat Sizing Reference Chart can always be found near me in hat-making season! And now you can get it, too. While it used to be a bunch of notes that were getting a bit unwieldly, I have now officially created a printable document to add to my journal binder so I can jot down all the relevant information in one place – yes, you guessed it, it was scattered throughout the journal and I was constantly flipping through the pages when I wanted to go back to my notes. It’s here for you to download as a PDF.

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Free Knitting Pattern: Seed Stitch Messy Bun Ponytail Beanie Winter Hat

I still love seeing hats with great textures and this seed stitch is so simple as a beginner teaching myself to knit, it is such a treat from to get in the rhythm of knit, purl, knit, purl — so great for getting the hang of switching back and forth with ease. This simple beauty will be a go-to pattern for years to come for sure.

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Free Knitting Pattern: Cascade Winter Headband

Easy and classic cables for beginners! So pretty and so classy, this chunky yarn headband works up so quickly, it’s easy to do on repeat. As shown, I have two patterns in this post: Cascade Narrow in Raspberry and Cascade Wide in Blossom.

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Free Knitting Pattern: Team Colors, Winter Style Headband

This simple headband works up quickly – great for gifts, Christmas stocking stuffers, team incentives.

High school, college, soccer, football, baseball, whatever your team colors may be – incorporate them into this messy bun beanie winter hat to show your team pride!

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Crochet

Free Crochet Pattern: Farmhouse Gingham Placemat

Who doesn’t love a great gingham for any home decor style? It is especially easy to use this pretty, neutral gingham all year long and simply add a splash of seasonal color with a cute orange pumpkin, a bright Easter egg, or simply add a deep red napkin for the Christmas holiday season. My version works up super quickly using a Size 5 Bulky yarn.

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Christmas Crochet

Free Crochet Patterns: Super Star Designs

From holidays to celebrations to bedroom decor, these stars are practically a necessary staple for home decor. They all work up super fast, are super easy to make, I’d say even mildly addictive. Once I started, I had a hard time stopping. They truly are super stars!

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New Crochet Pattern: My Country Hand Towel, Dish Towel, & Wash Cloth Set

This towel and wash cloth set can be customized to whatever colors you like. While it is shown here in red, white, and blue, it can certainly be whatever colors you wish. With the lovely puff border and detail, it’ll dress up your kitchen or can easily become a bathroom accessory. AND Scrunchies are NOT just for hair anymore! Now available in my Etsy store and Ravelry designer shop.

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Free Crochet Pattern: Hair Scrunchies

Crochet scrunchies, pretty little hair bands! How did I not post this sooner? Created in similar fashion to tapestry (where you work crochet stitches over the top of one strand of yarn), these could not be more simple to make. These are a great little project to take on-the-go; you just need a little bit of yarn, a crochet hook, and a rubber hair band. What could be simpler to fill time waiting at the doctor’s office or awaiting kid pickup?

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Crochet Blanket Pattern: Attic24 Neat Ripple, My version

This Neat Ripple Pattern by Attic24 is the very first full-size blanket pattern I decided to attempt after I started learning crochet. I used it back in 2011 with Caron yarn to make one for my son and it proved to be very durable so I have made this wedding gift version with hopes it lasts many years.

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