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Luxury Hat
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Thick Headband
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This is a good basic headband pattern that could be made over and over for both men and women. Just alter the colors and add or subtract the number of chains in the starting chain to fit correctly.

Addison Scarf
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Addison Hat
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This hat is named after a town on the Coast of Maine. It has Vsts and shells which remind me of the sea gulls and sea shells that can be found anywhere on the coast of Maine. It is a fast and easy hat to make and can be completed in an evening.

Checker Stitch Mittens
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

These mittens are made with Red Hearts Baby Sport Pompadour yarn and made with the Checker Stitch.

Childs Crown Hat
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc
<p> This hat sort of looks like a crown and would look great in any color for either boys or girls. It can be made in an evening so it is a quick gift idea. If you need to make the hat bigger or smaller just change the size of the hook and perhaps even the thickness of the yarn used.</p>
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Designed By Julie A. Bolduc
<p>This hat sort of looks like a crown and would look great in any color for either boys or girls. It can be made in an evening so it is a quick gift idea. If you need to make the hat bigger or smaller just change the size of the hook and perhaps even the thickness of the yarn used. This is also the first time I am featuring a stitch that I did not make up. This is a well known stitch but some of you may not have tried it before.</p>
<p><b>Materials Needed:</b><br>
1-3.5 oz ball Wintuk 4 100% Monsanto Worsted Weight Acrylic yarn. Dk. Federal blue #0073<br>
Size I or 9 5½mm aluminum crochet hook<br>
Yarn Needle<br>
Two pieces Cardboard 2½"x5" for making pom-pom.</p>
<p><b>Yarn Thickness</b> 3mm<br>
<b>Gauge: </b> 3dc=1"<br>
<b>Finished Size: </b>=Fits child ages 3 to 6<br>
<b>Skill Level: </b>Beginner</p>
<p><b>Stitches used. (Featured Stitch)</b><br>
<b>Front post Dc. (fpdc)</b> Work a dc by wrapping hook around post of next dc from right to left on front of work.<br>
<b>Back post dc. (bpdc)</b> Work a dc by wrapping hook around post of next dc from right to left on back of work.</p>
<p><b>Instructions</b><br>
<b>RND 1: </b> Ch3. Work 12 dc in 3rd ch from hook. Slst to first dc to join.</p>
<p><b>RND 2: </b> Ch3. Work a Fpdc and a dc in each dc around. This will produce 24 sts around.</p>
<p><b>RND 3: </b> Ch3, dc in same st as slst. Fpdc on fpdc. *2dc in next dc. Fpdc on fpdc. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to top of ch3.</p>
<p><b>RND 4: </b> Ch3. Dc bet dc. Dc in next dc. *Fpdc on fpdc. Dc in next dc. Dc bet dc. Dc in next dc. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to top of ch3.</p>
<p><b>RND 5-17: </b> Ch3. Dc in each of the next 2 dc. *Fpdc on fpdc. Dc in each of the next 3 dc. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to top of ch3.</p>

<p><b>Cuff</b><br>
<b>RND 18: </b> Ch3. Dc in each of the next 2 dc. *Bpdc on fpdc. Dc in each of the next 3 dc. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to top of ch3.</p>
<p><b>RND 19 & 20: </b> Ch3. Dc in each of the next 2 dc. *Bpdc on bpdc. Dc in each of the next 3 dc. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to top of ch3. Ch1, turn. Yes you will turn and work the other way for the last round.</p>
<p><b>RND 21: </b> Sc in each st around. Fasten off and weave ends into back of work.</p>
<p><b>Pom-Pom</b><br>
Place two pieces of cardboard together and wrap yarn around cardboard pieces going around the narrow sides 200 times. Cut yarn. Cut a piece of yarn about 14" long and pass through the pieces of cardboard and tie in a tight knot on one side. As tight as you can. Slip the cardboard out of wrapped yarn and trim pom pom to desired size and shape. You may need to retie the yarn to make it even tighter. Sew pom-pom to top of hat. Weave ends into inside of hat.</p>

<p>Designed on Saturday, October 24, 1998. Copyright © 1998 by Julie A. Bolduc p124006</p>
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This crochet pattern is for personal use only and is not to be resold.

Mile-A-Minute Belt
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

This belt is easily made with 2 welded D rings and worsted weight yarn and would look great over a jumper or with a pair of jeans.

Granny Square Slippers
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Designed by Julie A Bolduc

These slippers are very similar to the slippers my grandmother made for me when I was a child. These are made with basic granny squares.