If you would like to read my thoughts on beanies go to the Giving the Beans to Beanies post.
A basic baby beanie hat that is easy to adapt with colour changes. You can also sew on appliqués to enhance the look of the beanie and to make it stand out from the rest. Made with double crochet to make it a quick project. Make more than one, choose your favourite colour combinations, team colours, or just something funky. Combine with the no sew baby booties and the baby armour vest in the colours of your choice to make a matching set that will make baby stand out from the crowd.
Difficulty and Terminology: This is an easy pattern and uses US terminology.
What You Will Need: 1 ball double knit (8 ply) weight yarn (50g) in colour of your choice 5 mm crochet hook Tapestry needle (to weave in ends)
Tension: 14 sts/8 rounds = 10cm/4 inches square in dc turning/without turning at the end of each round
Sizing: The hat will be about 30cm circumference for a premie The hat will be about 36cm circumference for new born to 6 months
Abbreviations: ch - chain dc - double crochet hdc - half double crochet
slst - slip stitch
The Hat: To begin ch 4. Round 1: work 9 dc into 1st ch or into loop. Join with slst into first dc (10 dc) Round 2: ch 1, 2dc into each dc. Join with slst into first dc (20 dc) Round 3: ch 1, dc in first dc, 2dc into next dc, *dc into dc, 2dc into next dc* from * to * until the end. Join with slst into first dc (30 dc) repeat Round 4: ch 1, 2dc in first dc, dc into next 2 dc, *2dc into dc, dc into next 2 dc* repeat from * to * until the end. Join with slst into first dc (40 dc) Round 5: (for large only): ch 1, dc in first 3 dc, 2dc into next dc, *dc into next 3 dc, 2dc into next dc* repeat from * to * until the end. Join with slst into first dc (50 dc) Round 5 (6): ch 1, dc in each dc around. Join with slst into first dc. Round 6 - 8 (for small only): repeat round 5 (6) (40 dc) Round 7 - 10: (for large only): repeat round 5 (6) (50 dc) Round 9 (11): ch 1, hdc in each dc around. Join with slst into first hdc.
Finishing Fasten off and weave in ends
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