Saturday, April 12, 2014

FREE PATTERN!!! "Baby Beanie in Blue"


Here is my third FREE PATTERN!  Hope you like it!!!


“Baby Beanie in Blue”
Crochet Beanie for Newborn



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Skill Level:  Easy
Size:
0 – 3 months

Materials Needed:
-  1 skein Aran weight (#4) yarn  (Light Blue)(I used “Vanna’s Choice” for this hat.)
-  Crochet Hook,  Size G/4.00 mm
-  Yarn Needle  (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)

Gauge:  12 dc sts = 4 inches
            (I crochet pretty loosely.  If you crochet tighter, you may want to  
               adjust to smaller hooks to get your desired size.)


Hat Pattern
Size:  0 – 3 months

Round 1:  Using the “Magic Circle”, Ch 1.  Work 12 dc in the circle.  Join with slip stitch to top of first dc.   (12 dc)
Round 2:  Ch 2.  Work 2 dc in each stitch around.  Join to first dc with slip stitch. 
(24 dc)
Round 3:  Ch 2.  *Work 1 dc in first stitch.  Work 2 dc in next stitch.*  Repeat from * to * around.  Join to first dc with slip stitch.  (36 dc)
Round 4:  Ch 2.  *Work 1 dc in next 8 stitches.  Work 2 dc in next stitch.*  Repeat from * to * around.  Join to first dc with slip stitch.   (40 dc)
Round 5:  Ch 2.  *Skip 1 stitch.  Work 2dc in next stitch. * Join to first dc with slip stitch. 
Round 6:  Ch 2.  *Work 2 dc in first stitch.  Skip 1 stitch.  *  Join to first dc with slip stitch.
Round 7:  Repeat Round 5.
Round 8:  Repeat Round 6.
Round 9 - 11:  Ch 1.  Work 1 sc in each stitch around.  Join to first sc with slip stitch.
Fasten off yarn and weave in loose ends.
Enjoy!

9 comments:

  1. I am new to crochet and have been following tutorials but reading your pattern i think i can follow it (yeah) thank-you for posting your free patterns :)

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  2. Thank you for sharing this pattern. I look forward to making this. I'm always looking for new patterns to make.

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  4. Rebecca there's a tutorial on You Tube that shows you how to do a magic circle.

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  5. The Magic Circle is a great way to start your hat! Please click on the Tutorials Section of my blog. There you will find a video tutorial on how to do the Magic Circle! Hope that will help!! Thanks for asking! Best Wishes!!
    Chris

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