Did you know you can do fair isle patterns with crochet? This crochet snowflake fair isle hat was inspired by the Team Canada toques, but it’s something everyone will love. This post includes affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!Click for more
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This week has been a bit crazy (and will be followed by a few more crazy weeks, yikes!). I wanted to share this simple vertical stripe baby beanie. I am a huge lover of stripes, and this Vertical Stripe Baby Hat turned out exactly how I wanted it to (that doesn’t happen very often!).
When I was pregnant with my son, I decided to learn to crochet, you know, booties, hats and whatnot. Well, relearn, I should say (I took a crochet class for 4-H when I was in 2nd grade, got a blue ribbon on my granny squares).
Thank goodness for youtube! If you want to learn how to do ANYTHING, someone has posted a very helpful video tutorial. The internet is awesome.
My skills are still quite rudimentary, but I really enjoy it and there are some super-cute patterns on Etsy. Not to mention the plethora of FREE patterns out there. Restatement: the internet is awesome.
So, I thought I would throw another free pattern into the mix. It’s pretty simply and easy to make: the Striped Hipster Slouchy Beanie!