•  

    Hello crafty friends!
    I am no longer on Facebook so if you have a question about a pattern,
    the best way to reach me is through Ravelry.

     

REVEL WHOOPEE CAP

You’ve seen it in TV shows and old movies; a raggedy spiked hat with random decorations adorning it. It goes by several names: palookaville cap, fedora beanie and clubhouse hat, to name a few. But the most common name for it is whoopee cap. This style came about in the…

View Pattern

VINA HAT

Vina is a free hat pattern that is rich in texture with beautiful cables and shell stitches. Instructions are included below for a messy bun version of this hat. ADD THIS PATTERN TO YOUR RAVELRY QUEUE OR FAVORITES I chose to crochet this hat with Red Heart Super Saver in Charcoal.…

View Pattern

THYSTLE HAT

Thystle is a free hat pattern that is rich in style. Combining simple single and treble crochet stitches creates an interesting textured fabric similar to the puff stitch, without all the extra work. For this project, I wanted a light colored yarn to show off the texture, with a contrasting…

View Pattern

RUSC HAT

Rusc is a free hat pattern that is rich in texture, and super easy to crochet as it only contains front post and back post stitches. No frustrating slip stitches here. Instructions are included below to turn Rusc into a messy bun hat.  ADD THIS PATTERN TO YOUR RAVELRY QUEUE OR…

View Pattern

POPPI HEADBAND

Poppi is an easy and free headband pattern that uses very little yarn and only takes about an hour to make. The end result is a stylish addition to your winter wardrobe, but it also makes a great gift for family and friends. ADD THIS PATTERN TO YOUR RAVELRY QUEUE…

View Pattern

  • Written patterns and images are Copyright © of Noowul Designs. All rights reserved. Please do not reprint or repost these patterns, but please do link to this site to share the patterns with others. All content on noowul.com is the sole property of the site, unless otherwise stated.

    You are welcome to make items to sell for charity or for profit from these patterns as long as you don’t sell or reproduce the actual written patterns. Please use your own photos to promote your work.