Friday, August 15, 2014

Crochet Snow Queen Hat with Crown Pattern child size/ young adult size

 Crochet Snow Queen Hat with Crown




  So I know a some of you have been waiting for my pattern for the snow queen hat with crown pattern, I am sorry this has taken this long to finally get it put up. It has been a mad house around here with so much going on. I typed up this pattern last week late at night and ment to post it but I wanted To add some pictures of it through some progress. I have still yet to add the pics to the actual pattern and I also have not been able to get this pattern tested by anyone else. So there is probably Mistakes in it. Let me know what needs to be changed and I will get it changed :) 
  I dont know about the rest of you parents but I know Here in this wonderful state of Wisconsin we are getting ready to get kids back in school, the cool air is moving in and the trees are starting to change in color. Its actually really beautiful but I am so sad that our summer has already came and is about gone. Life in the Williams house hold is about to go crazy for a little bit, so much is going to be happening in this next month but good things. Mike and the 3 boys are going to go on a little vacation to one of my most favorite spots I have ever been. Mackinaw! This time of the year it is so beautiful, Ashlynn and I will not be able to go unfortunately :( We are pretty bummed about it but we will be able to go next year but we will be doing some fun girly stuff without any boys (there's always a plus side lol). Then the Make a Wish Foundation will be coming to talk with the kids and Ashlynn about what her wish is.. she is all for HAWAII!!!! She cant wait and has been looking forward to this for a few months. We will have family and a friend coming, school starting, soccer practice and games, and last but not least (the BEST part too) Ashlynn starts her LAST ROUND OF CHEMO!! We are so excited, I don't think I have really posted about what has happened to her on my blog but in February this year she was diagnosed with Pre B cell A.L.L. Leukemia. So for the last 6 months we have had our word tipped upside down, always on the go, always on high alert so these last 6 months I have had little to no sleep and I have not been working on all the things I would like to. As of the 28th of August we will finally be in her last round and a weight will be lifted our shoulders. Ahhhh *a sigh of relief* A month filled with blessings, A bad way to start a year but a wonderful way to end it. 

 

 







16 comments:

  1. Looks great Heather! Wish I had a little girl to make it for ;) So happy for Ashlynn too <3

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    1. Thank you Jenni. I just hope others are able to understand my jibberish lol

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  2. I would test it for you (like, right now) if I could find the pattern! Lmao Anyway, this looks great! :)

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  3. Annnnddd, I'm an idiot. Got the pattern. :) Thanks! :D

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    1. lol sorry I didnt see this till now. I hope you enjoy!

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  4. Love the hat...Will be handy this winter....I am also from Wisconsin!

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    1. Im glad you like it!! Thanks for stopping and looking :) Im also glad to hear your from Wisconsin!

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  5. This can be made for an adult, right?

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  6. Very cute! My granddaughter will love it. How much white yarn did you use?

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  7. How many rows did you put on it off of the Rudolph pattern from Repeat Me Crafter? I am new and not exactly sure how many to put in to make it look good since it has a brim that the snow queen obviously doesn't have. Thanks for your help!! Love this pattern.

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  8. On round 6 of the crown pattern it makes no sense. I cant get it to line up correctly, is there a typo?

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    1. I have had a few comments about the crown, i have not found time to do through the pattern yet since im filling a lot of orders right now. It could possibly be a typo. This hat is on my to do list.

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    2. it is round 5 that is the problem

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  9. Barrynchristie@yahoo.comDecember 10, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    Your pattern is adorable!! I am having a difficult time with the crown. I'm not sure about the dtr?? Chain 5 - work the dtr and attach in next chain at the end?

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