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Crossed Up – Pattern Release

May 20, 2018

The Brim Up Series is moving right along!  The seventh pattern in this series is Crossed up.  This beautiful hat has many possibilities with it’s criss-cross pattern.  The stitch pattern creates a wonderful and interesting texture.

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This pattern includes instructions for bun hat, beanie, or slouchy styles.  This pattern is an intermediate skill level.  The pattern also has written instructions and a crochet symbol chart.

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Crossed Up sells for $5 on both Ravelry and Etsy.  Finished hats are $20.  Your choice of color.  Contact us at rcraftycreations@gmail.com with questions or to place an order.

Other patterns in the Brim Up Series:
Lined Up
Wound Up
Twisted Up-Free
Upstream
Rippled Up
Tilted Up

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Tilted Up – Pattern Release

April 24, 2018

Tilted Up is a wonderfully, textured hat.  It works up quickly and the stitch pattern gives such a wonderful results.  In the Brim Up Series, this hat works from the brim up and looks great with a pom pom!

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This pattern includes instructions for bun hat, beanie, or slouchy styles.  This pattern is an intermediate skill level.  The pattern also has written instructions and a crochet symbol chart.

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Tilted Up sells for $5 on both Ravelry and Etsy.  Finished hats are $20.  Your choice of color.  Contact us at rcraftycreations@gmail.com with questions or to place an order.

 

Other patterns in the Brim Up Series:
Lined Up
Wound Up
Twisted Up-Free
Upstream
Rippled Up

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Rippled Up – Pattern Release

April 16, 2018

Rippled Up, the next in the Brim Up Pattern Series, has such a wonderful texture.  This pattern is easy to follow, and has an easy pattern repetition.

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This pattern has instructions for a bun hat, beanie, and slouchy hat.  It includes written instructions, a few tutorial pictures, and a crochet symbol chart.  This pattern is a beginner or easy level.

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Rippled Up sells for $5 on both Ravelry and Etsy.  If you’d like to purchase a finished hat, and not the pattern, they will be $25 each.  Contact us at rcraftycreations@gmail.com for any questions or to place an order.

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Other patterns in the Brim Up Series:
Lined Up
Wound Up
Twisted Up-Free
Upstream

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Upstream – Pattern Release

April 8, 2018

Next up in the Brim Up Series is this gorgeous hat.  Upstream is such a beautiful pattern.  The texture created by the stitch pattern is wonderful and surprisingly has a nice stretch to it.

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This pattern has instructions for a bun hat, beanie, and slouchy hat.  It includes written instructions, a few tutorial pictures, and a crochet symbol chart.  This pattern is an intermediate level, bordering advanced.

Upstream sells for $5 on both Ravelry and Etsy.  If you’d like to purchase a finished hat, and not the pattern, they will be $25 each.  Contact us at rcraftycreations@gmail.com for any questions or to place an order.

Other patterns in the Brim Up Series:
Lined Up
Wound Up
Twisted Up-Free

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Twisted Up – FREE Pattern

March 29, 2018

The third in my “Brim Up” pattern series is Twisted Up.  Due to the large number of similar patterns to this one that can be found for free, I decided to also make my pattern free.  You can download it via Ravelry, or by clicking here.

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This pattern, in keeping with the style and options of the other patterns, has three versions: beanie, bun hat, and slouchy.  It has simple a cable pattern (as cable patterns go) that creates a beautiful texture.

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I will sell finished products of this hat for $20.  Please contact me with questions about the pattern, or to order a finished product at rcraftycreations@gmail.com.

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Download the .pdf file for Twisted Up

Other patterns in the Brim Up Series:
Lined Up
Wound Up

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Wound Up – Pattern Release

March 28, 2018

The second release in my “Brim Up” pattern series is Wound Up.  I love the texture of this pattern so much.  It makes a gorgeous hat.

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As with almost all the patterns in this series, this pattern comes with many options:  Bun hat, beanie, slouchy hat…wide brim, short brim, make this hat your own.

Wound Up pattern sells for $5 on Ravelry.  This pattern includes a few tutorial pictures, written instructions, and a crochet symbol chart.

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If you’d like to purchase this hat, and not the pattern, please email me at rcraftycreations@gmail.com.  I will be selling this hat for $25.

 

Other patterns in the Brim Up Series:
Lined Up

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Lined Up – Pattern Release!

March 27, 2018

At the end of January, I got inspired in my crochet.  By inspired I mean, truly, fully, crazy inspired.  I have basically been crocheting every spare moment for two full months and as a result have 9 new patterns coming up.  NINE.  With more ideas in the works.  I’m loving my new zeal for crochet and pattern writing.  If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll also know that I even delved into crochet symbol pattern writing to add to my newly written patterns.

Today, I released the first of my new patterns.  Lined Up is part of my new “Brim Up Series,” and as the name denotes, is worked from the brim to the top of the hat.  This was actually the first pattern I wrote all those weeks ago, and is still among my top favorite.

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It has a simple pattern repetition that creates a lovely, interesting look.  The pattern includes a few photo tutorial pictures, a crochet symbol chart, and (my favorite part) instructions for 3 different styles of hats!  You can make a slouchy, a beanie, or a bun style hat.

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This pattern is $5.00 and can be purchased on Ravelry from my Pattern Store.  If you are not a crocheter, and interested in purchasing this hat, send me an email (rcraftycreations@gmail.com).  I will be selling this hat for $25.  I do intend to eventually list the hat and pattern on Etsy, but I’m not quite at that point just yet.