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Barb's Seamless Crocheted Baby Hat

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Keep your newborn's head warm this winter with Barb's Seamless Crocheted Baby Hat. This crochet hat pattern is made for a full-term newborn with a head circumference of about 13". The directions are easy to follow, so you will be able to work up this crochet baby hat in no time at all. It may be a simple design, but your baby won't even notice anyway and will just appreciate the warmth that it brings.

Barb's Seamless Crocheted Baby Hat
Barb's Seamless Crocheted Baby Hat
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Crochet Hook: F/5 or 3.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

 

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It has been awhile since I have crocheted but got a new grand baby and like this hat but I don't know the abbreviation md please help.

rnd = round. Hope this helps, I did notice the font was hard to read.

i like it but cant print it your pattern dont have print on it like some of your pattern do

I went to the pattern and clicked on print from my menu and it printed

can not get this pattern to open HELP

i cant find the pattern. how do i veiw the patern?

Hi I followed the pattern step by step but the hat came out bigger then expected, it fits my 6 year olds head. Can you please tell me what I did wrong?

Hi, GS. If you have specific questions about the pattern, we recommend contacting the pattern designer directly (specified in the byline). Best of luck! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

GS, Note that the pattern calls for fine weight yarn or baby yarn #2. The yarn weight will make a big difference in the finished product. I have a similar adult pattern that does indeed create a hat for adults when using worsted weight yarn and a round of 60 stitches before stopping the increases.

Hi darrellwyatt 8222289 - Unfortunately I didn't find a pattern for a seamless adult hat on the site but we do have a wide variety of other hats to choose from. I hope you are able to find something you like here: http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Hats -The editors of AllFreeCrochet

Darrell, Try using worsted weight yarn, instead of baby yarn with the pattern. If it's not quite large enough, do one more round of increases - one increase every 10 stitches to reach 66 stitches total. Once you've done a few rounds, you can use a measuring tape to determine if the circumference matches the head you're trying to fit! Allow 10-11.5" from top to bottom for an adult. A longer hat will give you a deeper cuff/turnback for warmer ears. (c;

Do you have instructions for an adult size?

Darrell, Try using worsted weight yarn, instead of baby yarn with the pattern. If it's not quite large enough, do one more round of increases - one increase every 10 stitches to reach 66 stitches total. Once you've done a few rounds, you can use a measuring tape to determine if the circumference matches the head you're trying to fit! Allow 10-11.5" from top to bottom for an adult. A longer hat will give you a deeper cuff/turnback for warmer ears. (c;

@bolsagr65 7160482: There should be no decreasing instructions in this pattern. Once you have increased to 60 stitches, you will crochet even until the hat is 8 inches. Crocheting evenly will create the cylindrical shape that you need for the cuff of the hat. Your hat will only lie flat if you increase instead of crocheting evenly. Hope this helps! -- Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I've started this hat but without some decreasing instruction for shape, I am going to end up with an 8" doily. Please provide the shaping instructions, thanks, Jean

Jean, After a few additional rounds, the hat will start to take shape. Since you're no longer increasing the number of stitches, the remainder will match the diameter of that last round. Just keep on going and you'll see that it starts to form a bowl shape. If the hat is slightly snug and you want it bigger, you can always go up to a larger crochet hook, instead of ripping out your work. (I usually change to a larger hook when I reach the turned back cuff as it prevents the hat from being too tight!)

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