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Topic: Crochet pineapple stitch warm weather summer sexy beach hat ---> pattern link  (Read 1083 times)
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« on: March 16, 2013 12:40:03 PM »



One of the prettiest stitches in crochet is the pineapple. In this project, it is worked in the round. Here is a lacy hat, suitable for warm weather, which is crocheted in 4 ply cotton. There are plenty of open spaces and four big beautiful pineapples to show off. Can be made in less than two hours and uses less than one skein of thick cotton.

Materials: 1 skein of as Lily Sugar nCream4-ply cotton yarn, either the 2 ounce variegated or the 2.5 ounce solid color. You will need 1.4 ounces in color of choice. Models were made with colors Key Lime Pie and Red.

Get free pattern here:
http://www.examiner.com/article/crochet-pineapple-stitch-warm-weather-summer-sexy-beach-hat-one-skein-project?cid=db_articles

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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2013 09:05:21 PM »

This is a great pattern for using up those partial skeins I've got laying about.  And it's so quick that I made three of them this afternoon.  I hope it's okay to sell them at a fundraising auction.  I didn't see any copyright notice on the pattern.  None of the "don't sell anything made from this pattern--personal use only"  kinda' stuff.  Anyway..they turned out super cute in neon pink, lime, denim.  And I made one in sport yarn with a G hook, which should fit a toddler.  Thanks Maria!

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