Friday, January 4, 2013

First pattern of the new year!

I. am. back!!!  It has been a longer break than I had intended, but a much needed break.  Things got crazy around here for the Holidays.  We went back home for Christmas and we were there for a week.  After we got back from vacation, my son still had another whole week off from school.  YAY!  I love having him home.
Now that the Holidays are over, I am getting back into the swing of things.  Last night I wrote up 3 patterns and I still have so many ideas swimming in my head.  I can't wait to get them all worked up!
The first pattern that I am posting is for a newborn hat.  It is made with Homespun yarn.  I use to hate working with Homespun, but have found the love for it.  I can't get enough of homespun!
This hat works up SO quickly!  I can work it up from start to finish in about 30 minutes.
Swirls and Sprinkles: Free crochet newborn hat pattern
Newborn hat with poms
You may not change or sell my patterns in part or in whole.  You may sell your finished product, but I ask that you give credit for the pattern by linking back to me.

What you will need:
Lion Brand Homespun Yarn (Any buly 5 weight will probably work)
N hook
Scissors
Yarn needle

Abbreviations:
Hdc- Half double crochet
st/st's- stitch/stitches
Ch- chain



Make Magic circle

Round 1:  Ch 1, 10 hdc into circle.  Join with first Hdc.  Pull circle closed.

Round 2:  Ch 1, *2 hdc in first st, 1 hdc in the next st.*  Repeat around.   Join with first hdc.  (15 hdc)

Round 3:  Ch1, *2 hdc in first st, 1 hdc in the next 2 st’s.*  Repeat around.  Join with first hdc.  (20 hdc)

Round 4-8: Ch1, 1 hdc in each st around.  Join with first hdc.  (20 hdc)

Optional:
Make 2 poms and attach them to either side of the hat.

12 comments:

  1. Hi, I am a grandmother to be and found this pattern - it is so cute! Thank you for sharing your creative ideas. Need to go and find how to make pom poms now :-) Christine from Australia

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    1. Pom poms are easy but they do make a pom pom maker. You just wrap the yarn cut it and tie it and your done

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  2. very cute and I think I can make this hat for a good friend of mine who is having a baby later on this spring, I just don't know how to make the pom poms, I attempted to make them once but they turned out to be a disaster, I shall try again.

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    1. I still sometimes have difficulty with getting my pom poms just right.
      I think I said how I do my pom poms in another pattern (here on the blog) I think it may have been the Turkey Hat.

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  3. I don't mean to be technical but when you say don't change do you mean I can't make it bigger to fit a bigger sized head?

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    1. By don't change, I mean for reproduction of the written pattern.
      Please, do feel free to use the pattern as a guide to making a larger size hat!

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  4. Here is another form of contact. -Kyla

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    1. I replied to your first comment, but just to be sure..
      "By don't change, I mean for the reproduction of hte written pattern.
      Please, do feel free to use the pattern as a guide to make a larger size!

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  5. OH TOO CUTE, I want one for me lol

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    1. Isn't it adorable! I should work up an adult size. :)

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  6. Oh yea ! Great idea :) Id so make me one lol

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  7. lol here is my e-mail rofl just delete it after you get it rofl
    renjac1301 (at) embarqmail (dot) com

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