How to make a Crochet Mesh Hat - Crochet Geek

You will learn how to make a crochet mesh hat.  This is a light weight hat for an adult size head.

Crochet Geek will demonstrate a mesh crochet cap. This hat is worked with  four ply worsted weight yarn and a size I, 5.5 millimeter crochet hook. Subscribe Today for free crochet lessons and patterns -  and hit the like button. 

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Mesh Crochet Beanie Skull Cap

Video Tutorial: Lightweight Crochet Beanie Skull Cap

Video Tutorial:Lightweight Crochet Beanie Skull Cap Left Hand Version

Skill Level: Easy Beginner

Written by Teresa Richardson

HDC - Half Double Crochet
CH - Chain
ST - Stitch
SC - Single Crochet
Size I/5.5mm crochet hook
4 ply yarn or cotton
Tapestry Needle for sewing in the tails

Chain 3, join. You can also use the magic circle instead of the chain.
Round 1: Chain 3, This will count as the first half double crochet ch…

Crochet Deer and Top Crochet Blogs

I thought this was to cute of a crochet deer not to share with you.  Leah shared this deer with me on Facebook.

Check out this cute little deer from Leah. How adorable.
Posted by Crochet Geek on Monday, March 14, 2016

We also have a listing of the top Crochet Blogs on Google+.  I think it would be fun to put together some crochet blogs.  Leave me a comment with the link to your favorite crochet blogs.

How to make a Crochet Baby Dress Crochet Geek - Blossom Stitch

How to make a Crochet Baby Dress.  This is for a newborn baby up to 9 months or so. The size of the baby dress can be easily modified to different sizes by using different size crochet hooks and yarn.

Size F Crochet Hook

Size Estimate is 16 inches around

Stitch Abbreviations
HDC - Half Double Crochet
ST - Stitch
CH - Chain

Top Front Yoke
Work a chain of 29
Row 1: Work 1 HDC in each stitch across, turn (28 total stitches)
Row 2: 1 HDC in each stitch across, turn (28 total stitches)
Row 3: We will reduce 2 stitches on each end,  Sl St across 2 stitches, work 1 HDC in each stitch across, not working in the last 2, turn (24 total stitches)
Row 4-5:  1 HDC in each stitch across (24 total stitches)

Straps (one on each side)
Row 6-9: Work 1 HDC in 7 stitches across, turn at the end of each row.  Cut off the tail with a little extra length for sewing to the back strap upon completion.

Top Back Yoke (make 2)
Work a chain of 15
Row 1: Work 14 half double crochet in each chain across. Chain 1 turn.
Row …

How to make a Single Crochet Hat

You will learn how to make a single crochet hat. It is the most basic and simple type of crochet hat to make. I'm using a size L crochet, and bulky yarn. I'm going to attach a slip knot to the crochet hook.
And a lot of you guys have been telling me that you want things quick, easy and simple. So that's what I'm gonna do. Is quick, easy and simple for you guys. So I'm going to work a chain five. Join with the beginning chain, just like that.

Round 1: And I'm going to be making ten single crochet through the loop for round 1. Round 2: I'm going to be working the continual round. This is where I just work, continue working in the first single crochet. Instead of joining, I'm going to work one single crochet like that. And I'm going to work a second single crochet in the same stitch. We will have a total of 20 on round 2. ​Round 3: Now round three is going to be one single crochet in each stitch around for a total of twenty. Round 4: Now we will be workin…

Louis Mensinger from Louis Loops Crochet

Hey guys,  I hope you are all doing well and staying warm.

Louis from Louis Loops is seeking help through Kickstarter to create a crochet book/website/series for organizing crochet.  I know you guys are very generous and will help Louis out with his project to organize crochet.   You can find the Kickstarter link here.  He has a video posted with all the details.
Thank you to all of you and your continued support.  -Teresa

Me and my Puppy Spud in Florida

This is a recent trip to Fort Pierce Florida.  We took our new little puppy Spud.  He travels pretty well now.  However our first experience taking him across town was not so pretty and he ended up car sick.    We found using a cage keeps him feeling secure and happy.    There are motels who do permit pets.  We stayed at the La Quinta in Fort Pierce for the two trips we took.   The experience was good both times.  Now when we got home, my husband realized he forgot his pants, shirt and belt in the closet.  We called and asked them how we get his clothing back.  They recommended we go to the post office, get a box with a prepaid shipping label and mail it to them in a mailer.  When I talked to the post office, they told me the box would need to be weighed with shipping being based on weight so the motel would need to pay the costs.   He ended up asking his cousin to pick up his clothes.  Times sure have changed.  Back when my daughter was a baby, we forgot some clothes in a drawer and…

Andrew's Keepsake - Crochet Tunisian

Andrew's Keepsake

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial:Andrew's Keepsake Crochet Scarf

Video Tutorial:Andrew's Keepsake Crochet Scarf  Left Hand Version

Skill Level - Intermediate

DC - Double Crochet
CH - Chain
SL ST - Slip Stitch

Size I/5.5 mm crochet hook
Long Crochet Hook - I-5.5mm
Caron 4 ply yarn
Clover Gold Eye Tapestry Needle

Multiple: 6+1 - This means you will add 6 extra chains for each extra shell, to make your work wider.

Size of scarf  - 50 inches long, 6 inches wide

Afghan Stitch - There are two passes to complete a row of the afghan stitch.

Work a chain of 25.
If you are using more than 25 loops, you will want to use the longer crochet hook.
Row 1:
Pass 1: Put your hook through the chain, wrap the yarn over and pull through, *Put your hook through the next chain, wrap the yarn over and pull through, continue across from leaving all loops on your hook * until you have 25 loops on your hook.
Pass 2: On the edge only, you will wrap the yarn…