Making a Crocheted Newborn Hat
Make a cute crochet hat for your newborn or as a gift. This is a guide about making a crocheted newborn hat
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Any little one would look like the princess she deserves to be in this hat! In an hour or less, with minimal crochet skills and a tiny amount of yarn, you will have made a keepsake for years to come.
You may leave the hat plain, or add a flower. Personally, I think big blooms on tiny melons rock! I have used Caron Simply Soft yarn. It is slightly thinner than your typical #4, also very soft. What a special baby shower gift this would make. It will also cost you next to nothing. Enjoy.
Total Time: 1 hour
- "h" crochet hook
- tiny amounts Caron Simply Soft worsted weight #4 yarn
- embroidery needle to weave in ends
- Chain 5, join to first chain to make a circle.
- Chain 3, 13 double crochet in ring. Join to top of chain 3. 14 dc
- Chain 3, double crochet in same space as chain 3. 2 double crochet in each stitch around, join to first chain 3. 28 dc
- Chain 3, double crochet in same space as chain 3. *1 double crochet in next stitch, 2 double crochet in next stitch.* Repeat steps between * till end. Join to chain 3. 42 dc
- Chain 3, 1 double crochet in NEXT stitch and each till end. Join to beginning chain 3. 42dc
- Repeat last step 5 more times.
- Chain 1, make a single crochet in the NEXT stitch and each around. Join to first single crochet. (You are not making your first sc in the chain space in order to "skip" a stitch and make the circumference a bit smaller.)
- Repeat last row 1 time. Finish off and weave in ends.
- You may leave as is or add your flower of choice. :) The flower I used is "Sweet Pea".
Click here to see Sweet Pea Flower project.
August 24, 20150 found this helpful
This sweet baby hat makes a great gift. Learn how to crochet this hat in this short video. Check out the video for the Sweet Pea Crochet Flower to make this hat extra special.
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