Handmade Hanukkah: Crochet Yarmulke!


This is my husband Carleton Curtis modeling a double crochet yarmulke for your crafty Hanukkah pleasure.

I tried to write a pattern for you for this one, it’s my first so I apologize if it’s not great.  Get the crochet yarmulke pattern after the jump…
This Double Crochet Yarmulke Pattern is done in rounds, so mark your first stitch of each each round with a different color yarn or a marker so you don’t forget where you started.

Ch = Chain
HDC = Half Double Crochet
DC = Double Crochet

Chain 5, slipstitch into first stitch to join in ring
Round 1: HDC 8 into Ring
Round 2: 2 DC into each stitch
Round 3: * 2 DC into next stitch, 1 DC into next stitch, repeat from *
Round 4: * 1 DC into next two stitches, 2 DC into next stitch, repeat from *
Round 5 & 6: * 1 DC in next three stitches, 2 DC into next stitch, repeat from *
Round 7: Switch Colors * 1 DC in next three stitches, 2 DC into next stitch, repeat from *
Weave in ends
Go to temple
yay!

This is my first crochet pattern so I know it probably needs improving, please leave me a comment and let me know if it needs changing!  And enjoy this holiday crochet craft for Handmade Hanukkah!

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11 Comments

Jaime

i will make the changes now. carleton carleton carleton carleton carleton carleton carleton carleton carleton curtis

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Jaime

Carleton Curtis will be here for One Night Only! Don't worry there will be plenty of Carleton Curtis time for you. I know you want to see Carleton Curtis and Carleton Curtis wants to see you, so it's really great that Carleton Curtis will not be leaving until Friday!

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Jaime

ha, in google Carleton Curtis on Prudent Baby is number 20. so I have to say Carleton Curtis a few more times. CARLETON CURTIS!

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Jaime

Kerrie! I knew I forgot something, thank you. I used a size 8 needle and 4 oz yarn. The gauge is 4 1/2 stitches per inch!

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 Skullcap

Hi there,

This particular Dual Broche Yarmulke Design is completed within units, therefore tag initial sew of every every circular having a various colour wool or perhaps a sign which means you do not overlook to began.

Thanks,
David

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