Enjoy her while she's little they grow way to fast! SC in each stitch around 8 SC Round Easy Baby Hooded Towel. The hat pattern wasn't too tough to adjust just a little bigger for his head. Thank you for this fast, easy pattern.
And I much prefer the texture of all the post stitches to plain stitching, it gives a less "homemade" feel, more of a "boutique" item feel. You have matching booties coming up with this? Thanks, there are a few hats using this stitch and I think they look great.
Hopefully I will have matching booties. I know what I would like to do but I have yet to get more of this yarn. How would you adjust this to fit a 2 year old? The hat pattern site confused me Cute pattern I love it. Hi there, I would probably do 2 more increase rounds until circle has a diameter of 5. Then you will want to work the last few rounds of the camel stitch for 1 inch.
So the hat height will be 6. I hope this helps: This is a super cute pattern. How would you adjust for a 2 year old? I looked at the conversion page you linked on other posts but I was confused With the Bootie pattern Sides round 7: What does "sc2tog" mean? Love this hat and matching booties have made 2 sets so far this morning Guess who's not shopping today Just beautiful and so easy Thankyou for sharing.
When I finished my hat the top didn't turn out like yours rounded. Do you have a suggestion for me why I did that? This is so cute!! I've been looking for a stretchy crochet beanie with ears! How can I make this for a 5 yr old? I too have trouble Erin Heinz with the hat looking "flat" on top: I have no idea what I'm doing wrong. This Hat and Booties is so adorable and I would love to make it look as shown. Also, did you use "chunky" yarn? Grateful for any help you can give! Great way to bring and keep your audience returning!
Other craft websites offer some Free items but others want to charge. I had one question pertaining to the start of row 6 in which it says BPdc is that the next stitch? I am pretty sure because you always say work in same stitch as ch 2 but I just wanted to make sure. I've made two of the beanie so far and this is the easiest to follow crochet pattern I have ever used.
I did mine in single rib rather than double and I found that if I started from row 6 with front post treble double in US terms , the back seam looked much nicer. Thank you so much for sharing. Pages Patterns Disclosure Policy Home. This blog contains affiliate links. Any idea if this would work in minky? I have a little leftover from a certain snuggly blankie I made last week…. Thanks for the great tutorial! I share it in my blog and linked it back to you. I love your blog! Thanks so much for the tut!
What size does this pattern fit? The hat I made from your pattern fits my newborn beautifully with room to grow. Thank you so much for sharing! I made a hat and posted about it on my blog here: I used a modified two know hat with fuzzy fabric to make a bunny hat for a newborn — turned out great! She was telling me she needed hats because she keeps her house cool up north and she likes the ones with the knot on top. I immediately surfed until I found your pattern. It was perfect and it came out just adorable….
Honestly, I must be the dumbest person on here. I would like to make this darling hat for my soldiers new baby expected at the end of September.
I cannot find the pattern even though I have clicked on everything on this post. I plan to also make a heriloom baby dress of batise and English lace. I Love your photos! But some are really hard to tie the knot in the top. Is the material thicker? Or have a different texture? I found this works best with lightweight sweaters and jersey. If you are using thicker, maybe make the tie longer?
If a specific size, which size? I made one and now I am hooked. The two I made out of old sweaters are my fav. With one I made a t-shirt flower for the front and with the other I made a flower out of the collar of the sweater and tacked it onto the front of the hat.
Also, I did make a black t-shirt hat and then sewed a red t-shirt heart onto the front cuff that is crazy cute. I have a baby shower on Saturday and she will be getting a bucket of these things. Son tres costuras mas el agregado de orejitas. My niece is having twin girls. These will make great baby shower gifts for my new great-nieces. I just mad two fleece hats with this idea for my new baby cousin. Thank you so much! They were fun, very cute, and easy!!!
Made one for my little guy! Amazingly, I only made it a tiny bit bigger and overcast the edges and it fits my 8 month old with some room. He is a small baby though. Thanks for the tutorial and print out! I just wanted to thank you for this pattern.
My daughter wanted me to make a pattern just like this from one of the hats she had just got my 4th little grandbaby last Nov Going to raid them tomorrow!
Mönstret kan man ladda ner här! Can you tell me approximately how many hats can I make with a yard of fabric? Thanks for the tutorial and pattern! Even though she was a smack-dab-in-the-hottest-part-of-summer baby, she spent a goodly portion of […].
Aber dem Kind steht es, oder? Anleitung Mütze von Pretty Prudent, Tuch von […]. Both of these patterns are free and they were very quick makes. I made both of […]. Mössa med knut, nedtonade färger se t. I guess I was not really interested in how many jello-shots you had at a party! I am more interested in how much material you need for each hat????? I know this is a really old post, but thank you.
Have just made a pair of hats, one to the pattern and one larger for my 19month old. Your email address will not be published. I'll have to make one or a dozen for the babies in my life. How cute are those!! Can't wait to make a couple!! Gordon is a top-notch no pun intended model already! Great hats, and a gorgeous new baby boy. Love the double knot. I plan on making a few for my twins for when they are born! Gordon is killing me. First grandbaby in less than a week. YIKES, must get to sewing.
Going to be fun to make!! Thanks for the tutorial! Thanks for the great, easy project — scanning my house now for shirts to re-use. This is so cute! I can't wait to make some for my preggo friend!! Thanks for the turorial. I'm going to make some today! I need another grandbaby so I can make some.
Definitely going to be making a handful of these! That is so cute! I have 2 sons. Might need to try it out in the future! Ah, this is so perfect! I have a baby shower this weekend and I'm so making these… Reply. This is adorable, and I must make some! Definetly making some for some new arrivals this spring! Babies are just way too lucky!! Too many cute things!!!!!! Love the polka dotted hat! Can't wait to try one of these out. These are adorable, and so easy to make!
What a great mdoel. Perfect for my new granddaughter, thanks for sharing! Very, very clever… Reply. You young mommies are to creative.
I'm so glad we just got the sewing machine fixed! I even have a few t-shirts to get rid of. I have a little leftover from a certain snuggly blankie I made last week… Reply. I'm not sure that minky would have enough stretch but if it works let us know! I love this tutorial and have made three hats already. They are so cute! I linked to this post on my blog:
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