This quick and easy slouchy crochet zig zag beanie may look complicated but it's actually very simple once you have mastered how to complete the V Stitch. (Don't be scared if you're a beginner, it's only a clever combination of double crochet stitches).
I designed it to work with both chunky and bulky yarns as they give such a lovely texture to the stitches.
I made mine in cotton which means it's popular for summer too (it never gets too warm in North West England!)
Crocheted in the round from a magic circle it is worked top down so it can be adapted to any size from a cosy beanie or add more rows to create a more slouchy hipster look.
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I know you love quick and easy projects and YOU know I love projects with chunky yarn.....put the two together and what do you get?
One classic and simple Christmas stocking, which of course is made in my favourite size 6 super bulky yarn which not only means it's a giant size for stuffing with loads of goodies but it's also easy to create when you're a little short of time.
The body of the stocking is created from shell stitch to add some rustic decoration which is perfect for the farmhouse look, create it in minimal neutral shades as I did and it has a more modern Scandinavian feel.
If this looks a bit complicated, don't worry I've got your back. I have a shell stitch tutorial here for you too!
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Ready to wow your friends and family with the perfect unisex circle infinity scarf you can wear all Winter?
Have you been looking for the internet's easiest snood pattern to crochet?
This free two colour (or more!) crochet cowl is perfect for beginners who are worried about trying different stitches and is super fast to crochet in around an hour or two.
Texture is the name of the game, by using yarns of different weights you can add variation without adding to your stress levels as a new crocheter.
It's simple design means it can be created in any number of colour combinations to match your whole wardrobe and your partners - why not make them for the whole family?
A simple & easy scarf is the perfect first project for complete beginners to crochet as it allows you to master your stitch technique without worrying too much about width or gauge.
This step by step tutorial teaches you how to create your own chunky scarf even if you are a total beginner and the best bit about King&Eye patterns is that they work up quickly so you won't still be working on it next Winter!
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