Everyday Chunky Beanie

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Sometimes I just want a quick make that is functional and pleasing to the eye. I whipped up this beauty in less than an hour and I have to say, I’m pretty happy with the result!

As always, you can grab the ad free version at a discounted price . Or view the pattern in the post below!

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The Everyday Chunky Beanie

Materials:

• L (8 mm) crochet hook
• 90 yards Super Bulky Yarn- Sample made in Lionbrand HometownUSA
• Yarn needle
• Measuring Tape

Key:

ch: chain
dc: double crochet
dc-blo: double crochet back loop only
hdc: half double crochet
hdc-blo: half double crochet back loop only
sl st: slip stitch
st(s): stitch(es)
(#): Stitch counts at end of row

Skill level:

Easy

Size:

Adult. Approx. 20-23 inch head circumference.

Gauge:

4-inch by 4-inch swatch is 11 sts x 8 rows of sc

Notes:

Chain at beginning of each row does not count as a st.
Size of hat can be easily adjusted by adding or subtracting rows to the brim and hat body.
For any questions please email me at crochetbyellen@gmail.com. I’m happy to help!

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Brim

Foundation: Ch 9
Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook an in each across. (8)
Row 2-28 : Ch 1, turn. Hdc-blo in each st across. (8)
Fold brim in half and seam together with sl st.

Hat Body

Round 1: Ch 1, sc 42 evenly around edge of brim. Join to first st with sl st. (42)
Round 2: Ch 2, dc in each st around. Join to first st with sl st. (42)
Round 2-7: Ch 2, dc-blo in each st around. Join to first st with sl st. (42)

Closing the top of your hat

Finish off yarn and leave a long tail. Using yarn needle, weave tail through every other st in round 7. Cinch top closed. Weave several times through center to secure.

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***Please do not edit or alter this pattern in any way. Do not share or sell this pattern. You may sell items using this pattern but please, credit my shop by using any of my above links for Facebook or Etsy, or by using my Instagram handle, @crochet.by.ellen Tag me in your photos and use #everydaychunkybeanie for a chance to have your work featured. Thank You!

Planning to make this design?

Comment with your favorite bulky yarn below!

Until next time,

Ellen

Sakura Kit Pre-Order!!!!

Today is the day! You can now pre-order your Sakura Shawl kits from Thistle and Hart!

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Two colors will be available for pre-order. The yarn comes in a set of 2 skeins, the perfect amount for this shawl. Both the Blossom and Willamette colorways have been hand dyed exclusively for the Sakura Shawl. You are given the choice to buy either the kit (yarn+pattern) or the yarn (2 skein packs) alone.

Kits will include a Ravelry download code to use when the pattern is released on Mother’s Day! Have your yarn in hand by May 13th by pre-ordering today**

These colors are limited release, so be sure to grab them before they’re gone forever!!!

Order your kit here!

SAKURA KIT PRE-ORDERS

We are so thankful for your continued support. Be sure to share your completed shawls on Instagram and tag @crochet.by.ellen as well as @thistleandhart.

Much Love!

Ellen

**Postal delays permitting

New Year, New Journey!

Hello Friends!

I am so thrilled to be starting this blog, as it is something that has been on my mind since getting more heavily involved in the crochet community in the past year. I love all my Fibre Friends and I can’t wait to share some fun stuff with you all.

Photograph Credit: Anna’s Photography

What to expect?

In this blog I plan to share posts about my journey as a crochet maker and designer.

I’ve discovered that crocheting is much more than a craft, it is a lifestyle, and one that merits writing about.

I can’t wait to share photo and video tutorials of some of my favorite techniques, with you! After creating a handful of crochet patterns, I know the opportunity for learning new things is endless.

Can you say FREE PATTERNS? I have some really special designs up my sleeve that I want to make accessible to you. Make sure to subscribe to my Newsletter so that you don’t miss out! 💕

Thank you so much for reading my very first blog post! I hope you will tag along with me on this crocheting/blogging/designing journey.

Bye for now!

Sincerely,

Ellen