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Minty Winter Children’s Hats FREE PATTERN

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Minty Winter Children’s Hats Crochet Pattern

© 2017 Amanda Bryant

Materials:

Red Heart Super Saver yarn (7 oz/198 g; 364 yards/333 meters)- 1 skein color “Minty” (one skein will make 1 of each size hat)

5.5 mm hook

stitch marker

yarn needle for weaving in loose ends

Gauge: 4 sc= 1 inch, 4 rounds in sc= 1 inch

Abbreviations Used (US terminology):

ch- chain

sl st- slip stitch

sp- space

beg- beginning

sc- single crochet

dc- double crochet

Pattern Note:

the crown of the hat is worked in a continuous round, with no joins at the end of each round. Be sure to mark, with your stitch marker, the end/beginning of each round as your work progresses. Thereafter the rounds will be joined.

Instructions:

Starting with a magic ring:

Round 1- make 6 sc in magic ring (6 sc)

Round 2- make 2 sc in ea sc around (12 sc)

Round 3- make 1 sc in the first sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in the next sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (18 sc)

Round 4- make 1 sc in each of the first 2 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 2 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (24 sc)

Round 5- make 1 sc in each of the first 3 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 3 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (30 sc)

Round 6- make 1 sc in each of the first 4 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 4 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (36 sc)

Round 7- make 1 sc in each of the first 5 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 5 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (42 sc)

Round 8- make 1 sc in each of the first 6 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 6 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (48 sc)

Round 9- make 1 sc in each of the first 7 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 7 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (54 sc) **end here for 0-3 month size and proceed to next step

Round 10- make 1 sc in each of the first 8 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 8 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (60 sc) **end here for 3-6 month size and proceed to next step

Round 11- make 1 sc in each of the first 9 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 9 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (66 sc) **end here for 6-12 month size and proceed to next step

Round 12- make 1 sc in each of the first 10 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 10 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (72 sc) **end here for 12-24 month size and proceed to next step

Round 13- make 1 sc in each of the first 11 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc, (make 1 sc in each of the next 11 sc, make 2 sc in the next sc) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round (78 sc) **end here for toddler size and proceed to next step

Next Step:

For all sizes, make 1 sc in each sc around, for a total of 3 rounds **at the end of the third round, join with a sl st to the beginning sc

0-3 months= 54 sc around

3-6 months= 60 sc around

6-12 months= 66 sc around

12-24 months= 72 sc around

Toddler= 78 sc around

Next Round:

Ch 4 (this counts as a dc and ch-1), sk 1 sc, dc in the next sc, ch 1, (sk 1 sc, dc in the next sc, ch 1) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round, join with a sl st to the 3rd ch of the beg ch-4.

0-3 months size= 27 dc and 27 ch-1 sps

3-6 months size= 30 dc and 30 ch-1 sps

6-12 months size= 33 dc and 33 ch-1 sps

12-24 months size= 36 dc and 36 ch-1 sps

Toddler size= 39 dc and 39 ch-1 sps

Next Round:

Sl st into the 1st ch sp, ch 3 (this counts as a dc and ch-1), sk the 1st dc, dc in the next ch sp, ch 1, <sk the next dc, dc in the next ch sp, ch 1> repeat the instructions in the < > to the end of the round, join with a sl st to the 2nd ch of the beg ch-3. **Repeat this round according the list below:

0-3 months size- 3 more times (for a total of 4 rounds)

3-6 months size- 4 more times (for a total of 5 rounds)

6-12 months size- 5 more times (for a total of 6 rounds)

12-24 months size- 6 more times (for a total of 7 rounds)

Toddler size- 7 more times (for a total of 8 rounds)

Final Round:

Ch 2 (does not count as a dc), dc in the same st as join, dc in the first ch-1 sp, dc in the first dc, dc in the next ch-1 sp, (dc in the next dc, dc in the next ch-1 sp) repeat the instructions in ( ) to the end of the round, join with a sl st to the top of the 1st dc (not to the beg ch-2), and fasten off.

0-3 month size= 54 dc around

3-6 month size= 60 dc around

6-12 month size= 66 dc around

12-24 month size= 72 dc around

Toddler size= 78 dc around

Weave in yarn tails and you’re done 🙂

 

 

Granny’s Hugs Toddler Hat FREE PATTERN

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This hat will fit a toddler, about the ages 2 1/2 years old to 4 or 5 years old. It would be best to measure the child’s head before setting down to making this hat. It was made according to my daughter’s head size (and the amount of hair she has), which is about 19 inches in circumference. It was also originally intended to be a toddler sized slouchy hat, but with my daughter’s afro it’s more of a beanie (photos of her wearing it are at the end of this written pattern). She is 2 1/2 years old. If you would like to make the hat “slouchier”, simply add a few extra rounds of clusters before making the ribbed cuff. Also, I must note, that the pattern as written takes almost exactly 1 full skein of yarn (170 yards). If you make the hat longer, you will need to buy 2 skeins of yarn.

Granny’s Hugs Toddler Hat Pattern

© 2017 Amanda Bryant

Materials:

1 skein Vanna’s Choice Lion Brand medium weight 100% acrylic yarn (3.5 oz/100 g; 170 yards/156 meters) Color: Periwinkle

6 mm crochet hook

yarn needle to weave in ends

Gauge: 4 clusters and 4 ch-3’s= 4 inches; 3 rounds of clusters= 2 inches

Finished Measurements: approx. 18 inches circumference unstretched and 8 1/2 inches long

Abbreviations Used (American Terminology):

ch- chain

sl st- slip stitch

beg cl- beginning cluster:  Beg Cl- ch 2, (yo and insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops) 4 times, yo and pull through all 5 loops on the hook

cl- cluster: Cl- (yo, insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops) 5 times, yo and pull through all 6 loops on the hook

yo- yarn over

bpdc- back post double crochet

fpdc- front post double crochet

 

Instructions:

Make a magic ring,

Round 1- Make a beg cl, ch 3, (cl, ch 3) 5 times, join to the top of the beg cl with a sl st (6 cl and 6 ch-3 sps)

Round 2- sl st into the first ch-3 sp, (beg cl, ch 3, cl) in the 1st ch-3 sp, <ch 3, (cl, ch3, cl) in the next ch-3 sp> repeat < > around, join with a sl st to the top of the beg cl (12 cl and 12 ch-3 sps)

Round 3- sl st into the first ch-3 sp, (beg cl, ch 3, cl) in the 1st ch-3 sp, (ch3, cl) in the next ch-3 sp, <ch 3, (cl, ch3, cl) in the next ch-3 sp, (ch3, cl) in the next ch-3 sp>, repeat the < > around, join with a sl st to the top of the beg cl (18 cl and 18 ch-3 sps)

Round 4- (sl st, beg cl) into the first ch-3 sp, ch 3, <(cl, ch3) in next ch-3 sp>, repeat the < > around, join with a sl st to the top of the beg cl (18 cl and 18-ch-3 sps)

Rounds 5-9- repeat Round 4

Beginning the ribbed cuff:

Round 10- ch 2 (does not count as dc), dc in the same st, 3 dc in the 1st ch-3 sp, dc in the top of the first cl, 3 dc in the next ch-3 sp, (dc in the top of the next cl, 3 dc in the next ch-3 sp), repeat around, join with a sl st to the first dc (72 dc)

Round 11- ch 2 (does not count as a dc), bpdc in the first dc, fpdc in the next dc, (bpdc in the next dc, fpdc in the next dc) repeat around, join with a sl st to the top of the first bpdc (36 bpdc and 36 fpdc)

Round 12- ch 2 (does not count as a dc), bpdc in the first bpdc, fpdc in the next fpdc, (bpdc in the next bpdc, fpdc in the next fpdc) repeat around, join with a sl st to the top of first bpdc (36 bpdc and 36 fpdc)

Rounds 13- 18- repeat round 12

Fasten off and weave in ends.

 

 

Springtime Beanie- Free Pattern

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Still using up my leftover’s, I made this hat following the pattern I created for the You Are My Sunshine Infants Hat Pattern. There are a few differences, however.  First of all, I used size 5 crochet thread and a 3.25 mm hook, rather than yarn and the larger hook. Secondly, this one fits an adult, and I didn’t make a pattern for a child sized one (although going by gauge and textbook measurements, I could guess at the pattern for a child sized, if you’re interested). And last but not least, there is no pointy little brim on it, just a trim of hdc’s.

Springtime Beanie Pattern

© Amanda Bryant 2016

Materials:

Bernat Handicrafter crochet thread size 5- Fresh Fern (Color A) and Iris (Color B)

3.25 mm hook

sewing or embroidery needle

Gauge: 6 clusters= 2 inches; 6 rounds= 2 inches

Hat Measurements: approx. 22 inches circumference (unstretched); approx. 7 inches in length

Abbreviations Used:

ch- chain

beg cl- beginning cluster

cl- cluster

yo- yarn over

st- stitch

sl st- slip stitch

sp- space

hdc- half double crochet

Instructions:

Beg Cl- ch 2, (yo and insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops) 2 times, yo and pull through all 3 loops on the hook

Cl- (yo, insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops) 3 times, yo and pull through all 4 loops on the hook

Start with a Magic Ring and Color A

Round 1- make a Beg Cl, (ch 1, Cl) 5 times, ch 1, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (6 Cl and 6 ch-1 spaces)

Round 2- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *(Cl, ch 1, Cl) in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1*, repeat from * to *around,  join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (12 Cl and 12 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 3- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl in the next ch-1 sp, ch 1, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1*, repeat from * to * around,  join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (18 Cl and 18 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 4- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 2 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1* repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (24 Cl and 24 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 5- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 3 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1* repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (30 Cl and 30 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 6- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 4 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1*, repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (36 Cl and 36 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 7- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 5 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1 Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1*, repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (42 Cl and 42 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 8- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 6 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1*, repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (48 Cl and 48 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 9- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 7 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1*, repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (54 Cl and 54 ch-1 spaces made)

Round 10- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, (Beg Cl, ch 1, Cl) in same ch-1 sp, ch 1, *Cl, ch 1 in each of the next 8 ch-1 spaces, (Cl, ch 1, Cl in the next ch-1 sp), ch 1*, repeat from * to * around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl (60 Cl and 60 ch-1 spaces made)

Rounds 11- 16- sl st in the first ch-1 sp, Beg Cl in the same ch-1 sp, ch 1, (Cl, ch 1) in each ch-1 sp around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl

At the end of round 16 fasten off Color A

Rounds 17- 21- Join color B with a sl st in the first ch-1 sp, Beg Cl in the same ch-1 sp, ch 1, (Cl, ch 1) in each ch-1 sp around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl.

At the end of round 21 fasten off Color B

Rounds 22- 25- Join color A with a sl st in the first ch-1 sp, Beg Cl in the same ch-1 sp, ch 1, (Cl, ch 1) in each ch-1 sp around, join with a sl st to the top of the Beg Cl.

At the end of round 25 fasten off Color A.

Round 26 (the trim)- Join Color B with a sl st in the top of the Beg Cl of the previous round (the same one that you fastened off Color A in), ch 2 (counts as a hdc), and make 1 hdc in each ch-1 sp and in the top of each Cl around. Join with a sl st in the top of the beginning ch-2. Fasten off.

With your sewing needle, weave in all loose thread tails.

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Amanda’s Recycled Bulky Beanie

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Once upon a time I made a rather large and overly warm scarf for my husband, who had a long, cold walk to the bus stop every day for work. Knowing my obsession with crocheting, he asked me to make him the scarf. He picked out the yarn himself, and loved the scarf that I made him, as every husband would if their wife made them something 🙂 However, he no longer takes that long walk in the cold and so he gave me the scarf so that I could recycle it into something new.

Now, I can’t remember the exact name of the yarn that I used, except that I am pretty certain it is by Bernat. It’s bulky weight, acrylic, and uber-soft. It came in small skeins (I used about 8 skeins for one scarf). I searched online to find the name of the yarn, as well as the color of it, but alas, I could not find the information.  Perhaps it has been discontinued.  Regardless, I think that any bulky weight yarn of your choice would do, should you wish to use the simple pattern I’m about to share with you. (This hat took only a couple of skeins worth of that yarn to make, so I have some extra left-over yarn which is becoming another hat of a different style).

The hat is a bit on the large size, but only because it’s been made to fit my large head, lol. Actually, I just have a lot of thick hair, so “normal” sized hats are out of the question for me.  But I have noted in the pattern, as a suggestion, where to leave off so that it might fit YOUR head 🙂

Now, on with the pattern….Please be aware, I did not write the pattern down as I went along, but it was so simple to make it’s easy to remember how I made it. It’s very basic, and ideal for a beginner. Having said that, please forgive me if I’ve relayed any of the instructions to you improperly.

Gauge: 6 dc = 2 inches, 3 rounds = 2 inches

Length of hat from crown to brim, 8 inches

Circumference unstretched,  22 inches (my head is roughly 23 inches around)

Materials:

Bulky weight yarn (about 2-3 small skeins)

Size 9 mm hook

stitch marker

large-eyed yarn needle

Instructions:

Round 1- Start with a magic ring, ch 2, then make 8 dc in the ring. (This first ch-2 does not count as a dc, nor does it count as one throughout the pattern). Join with a slip stitch to the top of the first dc.

Round 2- Ch 2, make 2 dc in each dc around, join (16 dc)

Round 3- Ch 2, (dc in the first dc, 2 dc in the next dc) repeat around, join (24 dc)

Round 4- Ch 2, (dc in each of the first 2 dc, 2 dc in the next dc) repeat around, join (32 dc)

Round 5- Ch 2, (dc in each of the first 3 dc, 2 dc in the next dc) repeat around, join (40 dc) *** stop here for a “normal” sized head and continue to round 7, or proceed to round 6 for a larger head 🙂

Round 6- Ch 2, (dc in each of the firt 4 dc, 2 dc in the next dc) repeat around, join (48 dc)

Rounds 7-11- Ch 2, dc in each dc around, join (48 dc)

Round 12- Ch 1, sc in each dc around, join, fasten off. (48 sc)

Weave in all loose ends, and voila! you are done.

And to show you how it fits on my large head, here is a photo:

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As you can see, it just nicely fits over the bottom of my ears and above my eyebrows. Perfect to keep me warm when the winter winds start to blow 🙂 I hope that yours will fit you just as snuggly as mine does!

Have a great day!

Amanda