Thursday, September 19, 2013

Crochet Baby Boobie Hat, Easy & Fast Pattern

Crochet Baby Boobie Hat Easy & Fast Pattern

After trying a couple different patterns for crocheting a baby booby hat, I have finally found one that is super easy & quick to do. Im a watch & learn type of woman. I recommend reading the directions as you do this because the video was a little confusing, for me anyways. I'm somewhat of a beginner in crocheting, so her video was perfect for me because I was able to follow her & see what it's supposed to look like. But this was super easy & fast. I will definitely be making more of this pattern!

Thanks to the lady in the video for sharing this awesome tutorial & pattern. I love it so much I had to share it on here!

Also, in the video she says that the pattern is for newborn size, however, it will be big on a newborn, so I'm guessing it's for 0-3 months. So I used a size G/6-4.25mm hook & mine came out newborn sized. So if you use a bigger hook I'm assuming it will make it bigger. I'm going to try it with the size H/8-5.00mm hook & then compare the two hats in size.

To make bigger sizes I'm assuming you can use a bigger hook &/or have more rounds where you increase, which would start at round 9 when you are using the second color. I'll try to figure out the patterns for the bigger sizes & post it on here. I'm guessing you would repeat round 9 several times & increase the number of single crochets after that.

Here is her pattern & the link to her video:

Crochet baby boobie hat

COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CROCHET A BOOBIE BEANIE

Abbreviations SC - Single Crochet CH - Chain SL ST - Slip Stitch

Materials Size H/5 mm crochet hook 4 ply yarn - 2 colors Tapestry Needle

With Color A Chain 2 -Round 1: Work 6 single crochet through the first chain - 6 single crochet total. Do not join. Work in continual round. You may want a yarn marker to show the first stitch.

Round 2-4: Work 1 single crochet through each stitch around. (6 single crochet total)

Round 5: Increase round. Work 2 single crochet through each stitch around. (12 single crochet total)

Round 6: Work 1 single crochet through each stitch around. (12 single crochet total)

Round 7: Work 2 single crochet through each stitch around. (24 single crochet total)

Round 8: Work 1 single crochet through each stitch around. (24 single crochet total) Upon completion, work a slip stitch in the next stitch to even off the round, cut the yarn and pull through the loop to secure.

Round 9: Attach color B. Work 1 single crochet through the next stitch, work 2 single crochet through the next stitch. (36 single crochet total)

Continue with the continual round.

Round 10-11: Work 1 single crochet through each stitch around. (36 single crochet total)

Round 12: Work 1 single crochet in each of the next 2 stitches. Work 2 single crochet through the next stitch. (48 single crochet total)

Round 13-25: Work 1 single crochet through each stitch around. (48 single crochet total) Upon completion, work a slip stitch in the next stitch to even off the round. Cut the yarn, pull through to secure. Sew in all the tails.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Nt8K-SryyZ4&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DNt8K-SryyZ4

Thanks AllyandSophia!

Let me know what you think of her pattern & tutorial video. DM

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