homespun was $6/skein, but used 40% coupon.Started with 8 or 9 mm largest crochet hook I had, since I got confused by hook number on skein package, but switched to 6mm once realized it was actually requesting number 9, which is 6.5mm.
My set of hooks has 6 & 7, not 6.5.Started with magic loop, otherwise I started by trying to follow http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/beanie-brim-cap. I didn’t understand the set of stitches, parentheses with no numbers to indicate repeated pattern and how it was all supposed to add up to the specified number of stitches for that row.
So I just made circular rows with uneven occurrences of fpdc and dc, incrementing, then decrementing as it got ruffly.
When near maximum width, did a circular row of simple dc, then all fdpc.
Continued decrementing with fdpc until at head width.
Then made some rows of regular hdc’s until nice margin to fold over.
End.There’s a bit of yarn left--perhaps enough for fingerless mitt or 2.
Monday, May 09, 2016
Soft acrylic nubby yarn. You have to be a Ravelry member to access project on Ravelry, so transposing description here: