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Introducing the Classic Colorwork Collection – master these amazing crochet techniques with us!


Welcome! We are so thrilled to invite you to join us for our crochet colorwork event.

Have you ever looked at crochet colorwork techniques and thought they looked too tricky?

Have you always wanted to try Fair Isle, Corner to Corner or Mosaic but don’t know how to read the charts?

Have you tried it and ended up in a tangle?!

If so, we would love to help!

Ebook no longer available but read on to find out how you can still get the patterns!

Throughout October 2021, Briana of Briana K Designs, Michelle of MJs Off The Hook and myself, Hannah of HanJan Crochet are bringing you three amazing hat patterns using three different colorwork techniques to conquer those fears and get you loving crochet colorwork as much as we do!

The event will include free patterns on our blogs, video tutorials, crochet-a-longs and giveaways released weekly from the 11th October but if you can’t wait, want to skip ahead or just want to make sure you have everything you need then we have created an Ebook for you that you can get today!

We had such amazing fun during the event and can’t wait for our next one to launch in January 2022!

If you’d like to be the first to know about it then sign up here and we’ll give you exclusive early access to it!

Now let’s take a closer look at what we did in the Colorwork Event:

The Event


Classic Colorwork Collection Timeline 1

The Pattern Collection


Now it’s time to introduce you to each of the patterns! All of the hats are sized from Baby to Large Adult so you can go to town and make as many as you like for the whole family!

We have used the color combinations that we gravitate to but can’t wait to see what you choose – we have given you the canvas, all you need to do is pick your colors!

Modish Mosaic Crochet Hat Collage
Michelle has designed the

MODISH MOSAIC HAT

Technique: Mosaic

Michelle’s hat is worked in the overlay mosaic technique.

Construction: Bottom Up

The band is made first in rows and then joined so that you work the mosaic top in rounds from the bottom up. The top is decreased and gathered to finish.

Scroll down to find out where to find the pattern and the supplies you’ll need

C2C Crochet Hat Collage
Hannah (that’s me!) has designed the

WIDCOME C2C HAT

Technique: Corner to Corner

My hat is worked in the C2C technique in diagonal rows.

Construction: Side to Side

The c2c creates a flat rectangle. The rectangle is then gathered at the top and seamed at the side to create the hat shape. The ribbing is added in rows at the bottom of the hat.

Scroll down to find out where to find the pattern and the supplies you’ll need

Fair Isle Crochet Hat Collage
Briana has designed the

FAIR ISLE COLORWORK HAT

Technique: Fair Isle

Briana’s hat is worked using the Fair Isle split sc technique.

Construction: Top Down

The design uses a split single crochet with the yarn carried along the back. That hat is worked from the top down in rounds with the ribbing added in rows at the bottom of the hat.

Scroll down to find out where to find the pattern and the supplies you’ll need

Where to find everything


MODISH MOSAIC HAT – by Michelle of MJs of the Hook

MODISH MOSAIC HAT

If you haven’t tried mosaic crochet before (or even if you have) then you are in for a treat! Michelle has an awesome video tutorial and loads of information on how to read mosaic crochet charts, how to work neatly into a ribbing, attaching popper pom poms and so much more!

Where to find the Pattern

You can find the Modish Mosaic Hat pattern on Michelle’s blog for free.

Find the free Modish Mosaic Hat pattern here

Where to purchase a PDF of the pattern –

You can choose to purchase a PDF of Michelle’s pattern here if you’d prefer.

Find the Modish Mosaic Hat pattern in Michelle’s store here

Where to post pictures of your hat –

Do come and show us your hats in the MJ’s Off The Hook Community Group – join us here.

The Supplies You’ll Need

The hat is made using Wool of the Andes Worsted Weight by WeCrochet, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 110yds/50g.

For sizes Toddler (Child, Adult, Large Adult) you’ll need: Yarn A required (balls): 1 (2, 2, 2), Yarn B required (balls): 1 (1, 1, 1)

You’ll need a 4mm/G and 5mm/H Crochet Hook (we all used our Cookies N’ Cream Streamline Furls Crochet Hook).

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Faux Fur Pom Pom


WIDCOMBE CORNER TO CORNER HAT – by HanJan Crochet (me!)

WIDCOMBE CORNER TO CORNER HAT

I know so many people feel daunted by the color changes in c2c, how to keep track of the chart, let alone how to make a flat rectangle into a hat and add a brim! Let me walk you through the whole thing and show you my technique for clean and crisp color changes.

Where to find the Pattern

You can find the Widcombe c2c Hat pattern on my blog for free –

Find the free Widcombe c2c Crochet Hat Pattern here.

Where to purchase a PDF of the pattern –

You can choose to purchase a PDF of my pattern here if you’d prefer.

Find the Widcombe c2c Hat Pattern in my store here

Where to show us your hat –

Come and join me in my HanJan Crochet Community Group here – I can’t wait to welcome you.

The Supplies You’ll Need

The hat is made using Wool of the Andes Worsted Weight by WeCrochet, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 110yds/50g.

For sizes Baby (Child, Teen/Small Adult, Large Adult) you’ll need: Yarn A required (balls): 1 (1, 1, 2), Yarn B required (balls): 1 (1, 2, 2)

You’ll need a 4.5mm/G+ (we all used our Cookies N’ Cream Streamline Furls Crochet Hook).

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Pom Pom Maker (I used my Clover pom pom maker which I love)


FAIR ISLE COLORWORK HAT – by Briana of Briana K Designs

FAIR ISLE COLORWORK HAT

You might think Fair Isle is a technique just for knitters but it most certainly isn’t! This fabulous top down hat is the perfect size project to learn with and the color combinations here are endless, let your creativity run wild!

Where to find the Pattern

You can find the Fair Isle Colorwork Hat pattern on Briana’s blog for free –

Find the free Fair Isle Crochet Hat Pattern here.

Where to purchase a PDF of the pattern –

You can choose to purchase a PDF of the pattern in Briana’s store here if you’d prefer.

Find the Fair Isle Colorwork Crochet Hat Pattern in Briana’s store here

Where to show us what you make –

Join us in the Briana K Crochet Community Group here – see you there!

The Supplies You’ll Need

The hat is made using Wool of the Andes Worsted Weight by WeCrochet, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 110yds/50g.

For sizes Baby (Child, Teen/Small Adult, Large Adult) you’ll need: Yarn A required (balls): 1 (1, 1, 1) Yarn B required (balls): 1 (1, 2, 1)

You’ll need a 5mm/H (we all used our Cookies N’ Cream Streamline Furls Crochet Hook).

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Removable Stitch Markers

Pom Pom


Come and Join Us!

We are so looking forward to welcoming you to our communities and sharing our love for crochet colorwork techniques!

Make sure to come and let us know (and show us!) the hats you make, the colors you choose and how you get on with all of the techniques – we can’t wait to see.