Category Archives: Hat

Flower Power

So it’s summer, and here’s an awesome new free pattern for you guys! You may have seen these flowers on some of the girl hats I make in my shop. Check the hat’s out HERE.

The great thing about these flowers is that they fit perfectly to a 7/8″ (20mm) button, so all you have to do is sew a button on something and you can change the flowers whenever you want!

Also, don’t forget, there is a giveaway going on right now! You could win $50 to my Etsy shop!! If you finish one of these flowers and send me a photo you can get extra entries in!! Also you get an entry for simply commenting on this post! To see a complete list of rules and how to enter, click HERE.

So here are a few photos of the finished product:



Lion Brand Cotton/Lily Sugar’n Cream
/Lion Brand Cotton-Ease
(basically any 100% cotton works)
Crochet Hook-Size G6 4.00mm
Needle to sew in ends with


-SL.ST = Slip Stitch
-SC = Single Crochet
-HDC = Half Double Crochet
-DC = Double Crochet
-Ch = Chain

-Rnd = Round

Ch 9, pull loop through first ch made.
Rnd 1: sc 18 around the loop of ch’s *not in ch’s*, in first sc made, don’t turn (18) [image 1]
Rnd 2: ch 12, skip 2 sts, in 3rd, repeat this 6 times. [image 2]
Rnd 3: Around each of the ch loops made in Rnd 2: sc 2, hdc 2, dc 4, hdc 2, sc 2, then where you made the sl.sts in Rnd 2 (12 in each loop, 72 total) [images 3 and 4]

To finish, cut and pull through the remaining yarn and sew it into the body of the flower to hide it. Done! Now just get a 7/8” (20mm) button and you can put it anywhere!



 Click the images to enlarge.

The Yays Have It

So yesterday, due to popular demand, I posted the pattern for the fox hat on Etsy!! Wo Wo Wo!!

For only $5 you can look foxy, stay warm and comfortable with this crocheted scarf-hat. Make it for your friends, daughters, granddaughters or for yourself! Learn techniques to make ears, a fox tail, and a classic ribbed brim. This hat will definitely be an eye catcher, and conversation starter anywhere you go. It is designed to function as both a scarf and a hat/beanie at the same time!

You can buy the pattern here, and the hat itself here!!

Check them out! And follow me on Facebook, Twitter or via Email to get the latest news on the new hats coming soon, including, a new animal themed scarf hat!!

Halloween Costume

So Halloween was Monday and I was a Dungeon Master (my girlfriends idea). It’s a variation of the Christmas Hat, but with stars, and button on ears. Oh, and a cool beard that connects to my glasses! All of which are coming soon in either pattern or buy able form, or both!

I’m selling these wizard hats here, but not the beards just yet (still needs to be perfected)!

So here’s a few more photos and a pattern for the little stars on the hat, because, why not?

Some photos:


Here’s a photo of the final product:
-Lion Brand Cotton/Lily Sugar’n Cream Yarn/Lion Brand Cotton-Ease Yarns (basically any 100% cotton works)
-Size US-G/4.00 mm Crochet Hook


-SL.ST = Slip Stitch
-SC = Single Crochet
-HDC = Half Double Crochet
-Ch = Chain

Rnd 1: sc 5 in 2nd ch from the hook (5) Don’t turn.
Rnd 2: in first sc, [ch 4, in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next, hdc in next, in next sc] repeat 5 times. (to end)
cut and pull yarn through, sew in end.

Really easy and quick pattern.

By the way. I know I’m basically giving away one of the answers in the November Giveaway, but there’s also somewhat of a hint for another answer!

Lastly, these ears and hats are available for sale here, and I’ve got some great ideas for these ears so keep in touch by Facebook or email!

It’s Alive! It’s Alive!!

New hat up for sale in the Etsy store today! Sticking with the Halloween theme, the new hat features Frankenstein’s Monster complete with neck bolts too! It was Carter’s birthday today, so I thought I’d give him the first one. It fit the little monster well! Check out the Frankenstein Monster Hat!

You can buy this little monster now here, and keep checking for new patterns and hats!

Christmas in July

Now, I know its not July, but I was in the Christmas spirit and I’ve been meaning to make a good Santa hat pattern for my booth in October.

Oh yah, if you happen to be in the Thousand Oaks area on October 16th I’m having a booth at the 20th Annual Thousand Oaks Street Fair on Moorpark road! For more information and directions click here.

Anyhow, back to business. I made them in red and green, and I think I’m gonna put elf ears on them soon too! So anyhow, here’s some photos of my cousin Sara wearing the Santa hats.

I don’t have the pattern written down just yet, you’re just gonna have to wait for Christmas I guess!