Hey folks. It's been a minute since I blogged, and life has certainly gotten in the way of everything crafty for me these days. What can I say? C'est la vie!
Anyway, I have a new pattern that I wanted to share with anyone who is interested. Having designed, created, and published over 130 pieces, I had yet to design a "crochet" hat or beanie until now. A friend of mine had been asking me for about a year to make him a kufi. In fact he wanted "5" of them!! So, I finally came up with a simple pattern that I wanted to share for free. Without further ado, I give you the Atwater Kufi Hat.
If you want a PDF version of this pattern for a small fee, click the link below.
This pattern is the property of Michelle R. Tharpes, ©Copyright 2020. All rights reserved. Please do not sell, alter, share, or reproduce this pattern in any form. You can make & sell your finished products as much as you like. Please credit me as the designer.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please don't hesitate to ask me. I can be reached at: email@example.com.
1/2 skein of Big Twist yarn in the color royal
BLSC-single crochet through the back loop
This pattern is written in U.S. Terminology. This pattern will fit a teenager to an adult. This hat is considered a men’s L. This hat will fit a man’s head between 23-25ins. The piece is worked in the round, using simple single & double crochet stitches & techniques. If you're not familiar with the above stitches, youtube has an assortment of videos by excellent crocheters.
This hat is considered a men’s L.The model’s head in the pic measured 25ins. around.
BSLC-you will make a single crochet through the back loop of the stitch.
Rd 1-ch 4 & ss to join into the 1st ch to form a ring & ch 2 (or if you’d like, make a magic circle). Place 12 dcs into the circle, ss to join & ch 2.
Rd 2-place 2 dcs into each st around; ss & ch 2.
Rd 3-2 dcs into the 1st st; 1 dc into the next st & rp around. Ss & ch 2.
Rd 4- 2 dcs into the 1st st; dc the next 2 sts & rp around. Ss & ch 2.
Rd 5- 2 dcs into the 1st st; dc the next 3 sts & rp around. Ss & ch 2.
Rd 6- 2 dcs into the 1st st; dc the next 4 sts & rp around. Ss & ch 2.
Rd 7- 2 dcs into the 1st st; dc the next 5 sts & rp around. Ss & ch 2.
Rds 8-14- dc each st around. Ss & ch 2.
Rds 15-16-blsc each st around. Ss & ch 1.
After the last rd, fasten off & weave in any tails.
Your Atwater Kufi is all done! Enjoy or gift it to someone!
Hey guys! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! It's wet and rainy out here in Cali, and needless to say I find myself not cooking today. I was invited over to a friend's, but the way this weather is set up, I don't wanna move!!
Anyway, I wanted to introduce you to 2 new things on my site. The 1st is my new crochet hooker's sacks. These sacks are essentially everything you will need to make some of my new and upcoming patterns. They're specifically designed and geared towards us hookers.
Each sack will include:
yarn for the pattern
1 crochet hook
1 sewing/yarning needle
1 stitch marker
1 project sack
These are literally a hooker's heaven all sacked up.
Secondly, is my latest pattern designed for my new crochet hooker's sack. The Brave and Chic Cowl is a thick, textured cowl that's "brave" enough to face the cold, and "chic" enough to help you make a hip fashion statement with your outfit of the day. This beginner friendly pattern is exclusive to the crochet hooker's sack and comes with everything you need to make this cowl.
Finally something we can call our very own"!! So what are you waiting for? Click the link and grab your hooker sack ! Time to go out and be brave and chic!!