Any Size Caps


Any Size Caps


Any Size Caps

Any Size Caps just means you can make these hats any size for any child. These make great winter hats for toddlers to grown ups! Kids will love these crochet caps. This is a crochet pattern that uses different abbreviations and it is not typical crochet.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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CHO? TH?.... I am not even going to try to decipher this pattern. It is a waste of time.

Don't understand the abbreviations; looks like the cro-hook I used to use about 20 yrs. ago.

There is another way of crocheting and this is called TUNISIAN CROCHET -here you have a crochet needle that is two to three times the length of a regular crochet needle and it has a stop on the one end like a knitting needle. I call Tunisian - crocheted knitting - the completed item looks as if it was knitted. Here is a link for TUNISIAN CROCHET - CROCHENIT is also called CRO-HOOKING and DOUBLE ENDED CROCHET.

I am an experienced chrocheter too and if you look at the top of the pattern you will notice that it is a CROCHENIT pattern and here are some links - you will also note that it is very closely related to THE KNOOK or as they say KNOOKING. Here are links which I referred to: To point out the difference CROCHENIT needle has two crochet points and the KNOOKING needle has one crochet point and one knitting point. I hope these links will help you.

Nice looking hat. I am a experienced chrocheter but I;ve never heard of these abbreviations!! If there was a definition of the abbreviations I'd love to make the hat.

See my posting. Hope this will help you.

Very poorly written, have crochet for years and never heard of these abbreviations.

See my posting. Hope this will help you.

You should have classified as a Crochenit pattern. I just wasted too much time and in no way am I a beginner crocheted. Boo.

The abbreviations on the any size cap pattern are not standard. Please email me what they mean.

@cshelton055 2880557, Here is the link to AllFreeCrochet's YouTube channel where we have a great variety of video tutorials to help teach you: --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

Perhaps we could benefit from a stitch index somewhere on the pattern and a link to a site that will demonstrate the use of the double ended needle. UTube has several demonstrations on it's site one could type in camel stictch or tunisian crochet or something along those lines to reach said tutorials. Good Luck all!

@arlene o: I have just tested the link and I am able to download the PDF for this pattern without any trouble. Perhaps Crochenit Creations has recently renewed their domain. Please try the link again and contact us if you still have trouble accessing the pattern. Thanks! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

Clicked on "Any Size Caps" but instead of getting patt, got w some VERY small print in the upper right saying " expired on 06/18/2011 and is pending renewal or deletion. " So, does anyone have this patt or know how to access?

I have yet to use a doubledhead needle, but I'm willing to try. What does PU mean?

if you look at the top of the page it clearly states "crochenit" which means you need a double-ended crochet hook.

Looked at the pattern. Read the posts. Seems like an ad to buy a double needle crochet hook. Please post with these instructions a single needle crochet pattern. Thanks

A person can't do this pattern with just a single crochet hook. Betty Boop

Why do you put something on here that we can not even read the pattern. If you did not want to share with the world then why bother putting it on here.

This is not only NOT user friendly, but what the heck does make a chain double crochet mean? It lost me on the first sentence. I have been crocheting for 40 plus years and I thought I had a pattern from another planet! or fingers on the wrong keys LOL

It has nothing to do with your skill level ladies. I've been crocheting for over 40 years and I've never seen anything like these directions. They look like they're from another planet. I make caps that look just like these and they are so easy, any beginner could make them.

DC=dark color, LC=light color, TH=turn hat, CHO=chain over, YO=yarn over.Chrochenit uses double ended hooks.

I have used double headed hooks and now that I know what the abbv. stands for, I might be able to figure this out. I will have to check it out again. Betty

This project isn't precisely a crochet project, but is a "Crochenit" project. It requires a double-ended crochet hook and knowledge of the technique. I found lots of info on the Crochenit website given at the bottom of the pattern, including the downloadable abbreviations list which included this New Crochenit terms and abbreviations LC . . . . . Light Color DC . . . . Dark Color PU . . . . . Pick Up stitches CHO . . CHain Off between sts BS . . . . . Basic Stitch Hst . . . . High stitch K st . . . . Knit stitch (The knit look with the crochet hook) TH . . . . . Turn Hook around to use the other end Hope this helps! JanWireMySoul

A person can use this to make dish cloths, I believe. Betty Boop

oh oh. I don"t even want to attempt this one. can someone re do the instructions! I think I am a beginner. it scares me. Thanks

This pattern is not user friendly. I am way above average crocheter and these instructions lost me. some interpretation would be nice. A DC= double crochet etc.

These instructions are not very user friendly. My skill level is between Beginner and Intermediate. It would be helpful if there was a key to the abbreviations in the instructions. The hat looks simple enough but the instructions make it very intimidating.


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