This hat worked up incredibly quickly and was actually the first project that I completed since crocheting Brielle’s newborn hat weeks ago!My hands were itching to crochet again, and this project was perfect since it was so quick and easy.
Text generated with Touch Chat pages can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Google or via i Message and email.I always enjoy perusing Sara’s blog and discovering beautiful new patterns that she’s compiled together.If you’re looking for a quick and easy hat or wanting to learn a new stitch, give this free pattern a try!Generate a message, push on the text window and choose a service.Text from other applications can be copied to Touch Chat so that it can be spoken out loud.And for those wondering, I used less than one skein of Woolspun yarn for this hat!
The only changes I made to the pattern were doing the last row as slip stitches instead of single crochets and omitting the pom pom.
Touch Chat 2.0 provides both English and Spanish options in one app and provides a universal app supporting i Phone®, i Pod touch® and i Pad®.
Touch Chat fits into the category of assistive technology known as Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and includes features that were previously only available in much more expensive dedicated devices.
When worked row by row, the stitches take turns slanting in different directions, so a herringbone pattern is created.
I have yet to try this out, but I’m excited to see what the results look like!
Various page sets are included with the Touch Chat: Vocab PC, Multi Chat-15, and Spelling and available in both English and Spanish options, my Quick Chat’s are available in English while Sintaxis and Sin Sintaxis files are available in Spanish.