December 24, 2011,
S.H. asks from Harvest, AL on December 23, 2011
Crochet Pattern for Hat & Scarf
I love to crochet, so I decided to make her a hat & scarf. I've already picked out a metallic pink yarn for it.
Anybody know of any free patterns online for a cute 1-color hat & scarf? I didn't want to just do a plain single crochet pattern.
So What Happened?™
I completely forgot about Ravelry! Am now awaiting my forgotten login info to come in my email! LOL
D.D. answers from New York on December 23, 2011
There's an online group at ravelry.com, Free to join and there's a ton of patterns (free and for sale) along with examples of what the finished items looked like when made by other members.
Just a note that you'll need to make sure the yarn is super soft and no scratchy from the metallic part of the yarn. I've knit a few chemo hats and find that the softer the yarn the better. Also fleece hats are great too.
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E.M. answers from Honolulu on December 23, 2011
I would search ravelry.com. You will need an account with them and you will need to put in the search criteria "free" but the pattern search is extensive....
Hat pattern link:
Scarf pattern link:
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C.W. answers from Lynchburg on December 23, 2011
I often use a site called 'hooked on crochet'...
The patterns there often give me a basic guide while I crochet on to make it more special.
I made my 'pete' a 'healing shawl' when he was going thru chemo/radiation. I am happy to report that jan 2nd, he will be 4 years "NED"...(No Evidence of Disease)...
Happy to also report that we now 'fight' over the shawl...LOL
How kind to think of your friend...
I send healing (and warm) thoughts...
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C.N. answers from Baton Rouge on December 24, 2011
Go to Lion Brand Yarn's website - they have free patterns for all different skill levels.
R.Y. answers from New York on December 23, 2011
Lion Brand Yarn has a web site with a ton of free patterns.