Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Newborn Sorting Hat Pattern

Abbreviations 
ch-chain
sc-single crochet
hdc-halfdouble crochet
dec-decrease
fo-fasten off

Supplies
5mm crochet hook
Red Heart Super Saver in Coffee
Scissors
Needle

Hat
Rnd 1: Starting at the tip of your hat do 6sc in a magic ring (6)
Rnd 2-4: Sc x 6 (6)
Rnd 5:[Sc, inc] x 3 (9)
Rnd 6: Sc x 9 (9)
Rnd 7: Sc, [sc, inc] x 4 (13)
Rnd 8-9: Sc x 13 (13)
Rnd 10: [Sc x 3, inc] x 3, sc (16)
Rnd 11: [Sc x 3, inc] x 4 (20)
Rnd 12-14: Sc x 20 (20)
Rnd 15: [Sc x 3, inc] x 5 (25)
Rnd 16: [Sc x 3, inc] x 6, sc (31)
Rnd 17: [Sc x 3, inc] x 7, sc x 3 (38)
Rnd 18: [Sc x 5, inc] x 6, sc x 2 (44)
Rnd 19-24: Sc x 44 (44)
Rnd 25: Sc, [sc x 5, inc] x 7, sc (51)
Rnd 26-29: Sc x 51 (51)
Rnd 30: Do this entire round in the front loops, [hdc, 2hdc in next st] x 25, hdc (76)
Rnd 31: [Hdc x 9, 2hdc in next st] x 7, hdc x 6 (83)
Rnd 32: Hdc, [hdc x 9, 2hdc in next st] x 8, hdc x 2 (91)
Rnd 33: Hdc x 91, fo (91)
Mouth
Row 1: Ch x 29, join (29)
Rnd 2: Sc x 29, fo (28)

Eyebrow
Row 1: Ch x 22 (22)
Row 2: Turn, sc x 21, fo (21)

Assembly
Place the mouth piece onto your hat and sew it in place. Then fold the eyebrow in half, the centre of the eyebrow will go just above the middle of your mouth, now sew it in place. Weave in all ends and trim them.   

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11 comments:

  1. Thank you for the fantastic pattern, it is absolutely beautiful. I'm so excited to show of the hat :)

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  2. I have a question on round 17. Can you clarify?

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  3. why is there no gauge? everyones gauge is different so how are we to know if our creation will fit ?

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    1. Make a 'model' newborn head. Average newborn has a head circumference of 13-15 inches. Roll a ball of yarn to be that size and you can test it yourself.

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    2. Make a 'model' newborn head. Average newborn has a head circumference of 13-15 inches. Roll a ball of yarn to be that size and you can test it yourself.

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  4. Is the pattern worked in continuous rounds?

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    1. Hello Jennifer, yes this hat is worked in the round.

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  5. Maybe a dumb question, but what does inc mean? Increase?

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    1. Thank is correct... "inc" is short for "increase". Thanks :)

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