Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Snowflake Hat

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This is what I had in mind for the snowflake. I didn't end up using a stiffener after all. I decided to put the snowflake on top of the hat rather than on the side. I used size 20 flora for the snowflake. I then used invisible thread to carefully sew it on to the hat.
I have never formally been taught to crochet. I taught myself. I don't know the different stitches nor how to read patterns. But in spite of all that I crocheted this hat over the weekend, so if you see about a bazillion mistakes then you know why.

4 comments:

Mark, aka Tatman said...

You did a bang up job on that hat! I too am a self taught crocheter.....don't do a lick of it. Too busy tatting and bobbin lacemaking HAH. I like how you matched the Flora thread with the eyelash yarn bands on the hand. No mistakes I see. Good job!

Jane Eborall said...

LOVE the snowflake on top of the hat. Splendid idea especially for a short arse like me - everybody could see it on top of my head if I made one!!!
JaneEb - another self taught crocheter!!!

Tattycat said...

I've been crocheting since I was seven years old, never mind how many years ago that was, and I don't see any mistakes. The hat is precious. What a wonderful idea. Also, I am really jealous of your snow. We haven't seen any to speak of in Alabama for several years.

Carol Lawecki said...

Hi Sherry, Thanks for your nice comments on the tatted edge I put on my gloves. I don't know how I missed this post. For teaching yourself to crochet you did a fabulous job on the hat, it turned out great and of course the tatted snowflake is a very nice touch!