Double increase that matches double vertical decrease. This increase is fairly simple, and it creates a lovely chain of stitches at the centre of the increase just like the chain of stitches created at the centre of the double vertical decrease. Click this pin to see how to make this neat double increase. | 10 rows a day #knitting #tutorial
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I have been using crochet patterns for over 30 years! I used them for my own children and now use them for my grandchildren. It's absolutely amazing how time goes by!
One thing has remained constant, however, and it's great to use crochet patterns to create beautiful little hats for your babies!
Crochet baby hat patterns are really great to use. These patterns contain easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations that you can follow to make the hats.
Making clothes for your kids and grandchildren makes you feel so proud. Do not do it? I have to admit that I have no greater pride in myself than when someone sees my grandchild wearing one of the hats I made for him with patterns and requests. "Where did you get that little hat?" And of course you beam to it and say, "I did it myself!"
I have three little granddaughters and a little grandson. You can only imagine how many hats I made with these patterns!
Over the years, I've searched for the best patterns. I have found some of all qualities and styles. Some were very ordinary and mediocre and some were absolutely gorgeous. A jewel of a find. My favorite book with crochet patterns and vintage clothing patterns is Vintage Knit. I often use this book for making vintage clothing because it contains vintage crochet patterns for baby hats, scarves, sweaters, and more, and is easy to use.
I earn my living by sharing with others how to use these patterns.