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Baby Crochet Stripes Beanie - Crochet Pattern



Originally uploaded by theartofmegan

My son Parker was born last Sunday, and while I've been hanging out holding a sleeping baby on my chest, I've taken the opportunity to have some yarn in my hands. This beanie is made with Knit Picks Shine in worsted weight, but can be made in any soft worsted weight yarn. Machine washable is always a big bonus for babies, who I'm coming to find out are very messy! I came up with this very basic baby beanie with stripes of a coordinating color worked through the bottom. This hat pattern is quick, easy, and doesn't use much yarn at all.

Note: Stripe colors can either be carried up the back of the project, or can be trimmed and worked into the rows.

Materials:
Size H crochet hook
Knit Picks Shine worsted weight yarn, 2 colors

Gauge: 8 sts x 4 rows in 2"x2", double crochet stitch



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Size 0-3 Months:

Row 1: with Main Color (MC) chain 3, then sl st into first chain st to create ring.
Row 2: ch 2, dc 9 into ring. sl st into 1st dc to close round.
Row 3: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 2 into each st, 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 4: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 1, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 1) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 5: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 2, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 2) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 6: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 3, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 3) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 7: ch 2, dc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 8-10: ch 2, dc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 11: with Accent Color (AC) ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 12: with MC, ch 1, hdc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 13: with AC, ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 14: with MC, ch 1, hdc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 15: with AC, ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st. Trim ends and weave in.



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Size 3-6 months:

Row 1: with Main Color (MC) chain 3, then sl st into first chain st to create ring.
Row 2: ch 2, dc 9 into ring. sl st into 1st dc to close round.
Row 3: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 2 into each st, 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 4: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 1, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 1) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 5: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 2, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 2) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 6: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 3, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 3) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 7: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 4, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 4) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 8: ch 2, dc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 9-11: ch 2, dc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 12: with Accent Color (AC) ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 13: with MC, ch 1, hdc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 14: with AC, ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 15: with MC, ch 1, hdc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 16: with AC, ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st. Trim ends and weave in.

Size 6-12 months:

Row 1: with Main Color (MC) chain 3, then sl st into first chain st to create ring.
Row 2: ch 2, dc 9 into ring. sl st into 1st dc to close round.
Row 3: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 2 into each st, 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 4: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 1, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 1) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 5: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 2, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 2) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 6: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 3 (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 3) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 7: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 4, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 4) 9 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 8: (ch 2, dc 1) into 1st st. dc 9, (dc 2 into 1 st, dc 9) 4 times. sl st into 1st st.
Row 9: ch 2, dc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 10-13: ch 2, dc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 14: with Accent Color (AC) ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 15: with MC, ch 1, hdc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 16: with AC, ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 17: with MC, ch 1, hdc all sts. sl st into 1st st.
Row 18: with AC, ch 1, sc all sts. sl st into 1st st. Trim ends and weave in.

Chad Hat - Knitting Pattern


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Cast on 96 sts onto size 8 40" circular needle. Place marker at end of row. Join in the round using magic loop method.


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Rows 1-12: sl marker, *k4, p4*, repeat 11 more times.

Rows 13-18: sl marker, *k2, p2*, repeat 23 more times.

Rows 19-24: sl marker, *k4, p4*, repeat 11 more times.

Rows 25-30: sl marker, *p2, k2*, repeat 23 more times.

Rows 31-32: sl marker, *k4, p4*, repeat 11 more times.

Row 35: sl marker, *k4, ssp, p2tog, k4, p4*, repeat 5 more times.

Row 36: sl marker, *k4, p2, k4, p4*, repeat 5 more times.


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Row 37: sl marker, *k4, p2, k4, ssp, p2tog*, repeat 5 more times.

Row 38: sl marker, *k4, p2*, repeat 10 more times, k4, p1. Do not p last st.

Row 39: sl final st from last row, sl st back to needle. Place marker. *ssk, k2, k2tog*, repeat 11 more times.

Row 40: sl marker, k all sts.

Row 41: sl marker, *k4, ssk, k4, k2tog*, repeat 5 more times.

Row 42: sl marker, k all sts.

Row 43: sl marker, *k8, place new marker*, repeat 3 more times, k8

Row 44: *sl marker, k1, ssk, k2, k2tog, k1*, repeat 4 more times

Row 45: sl all markers, k all sts

Row 46: *sl marker, k1, ssk, k2tog, k1*, repeat 4 more times

Row 47: sl all markers, k all sts

Row 48: *sl marker, ssk, k2tog*, repeat 4 more times.

Row 49: k all sts, dropping markers as you come to them.

Row 50: Cut tail of yarn at 6 inches and thread onto a yarn needle. Slip each remaining stitch knitwise onto needle, pulling tight into a circle. Make several passes through the last row until the top feels secure, then thread yarn to back of hat.

Weave in ends, stretch, then trim tail flush to hat.

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