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Mickey and Minnie Crochet Hats

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Dress your newborn in Mickey and Minnie Crochet Hats. The crochet instructions are specifically for newborns, but gives tips on how you can make them bigger. Baby crochet hats like this are great for photo props for baby's first photo shoot. The white buttons are perfect embellishments to complete the hats.

Mickey and Minnie Crochet Hats
Mickey and Minnie Crochet Hats
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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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How many change to form the magic circle. for the Micky and Minnie hats. It doesn't say. Thank you

Really LOVED this pattern! I even made matching booties. Hope you're able to see the pictures that I uploaded. Thanks!!!

I would love to make this for my great granddaughter but I feel that when you sign on to get a "free" pattern you should not have to sign on for other "things" you do not need or want such as having to download another program to print the pattern.

How can you get the ears to stand up? I doubled the ears to give them more substance but they flop down.

I made this for my granson I used pipe cleaners to make the ears stand up I just weaved it around the edges

If someone could get a pattern in preemie size, they need preemie hats as they lose too much heat from heads and hospitals need hats for preemies. Many churches have women who do hats for preemies. Great service project.

I think these would be fun to donate to the younger kids @school.

Can't wait to make. Thank you for this cute set. I found your directions very easy to understand.

I find I can't see anything about making the ears. I didn' t see how many to chain on for top of hat but perhaps "magic ring" will have that figure. Is it 2 skeins of black and 2 of pink for Minnie or black and red for Mickey or 4 skeins for each hat? Or, could it be 2 black and 1 red and 1 pink?

You should easily be able to make both hats with one skein of each color, and you'll have plenty left over.

Ears (make 2): Magic ring, chain 1 12 HDC in magic ring, pull tight, join to first HDC, chain 1 Round 2: 2 HDC in each stitch around (24 HDC), join, chain 1 Round 3: 2 SC, SC in next, repeat around (36 SC), fasten off but leave long tail for sewing onto hat Sew ears between rows 3 and 6 *Make two ears and sew together for thicker, sturdier ears. I did this with the Mickey hat, but not for Minnie.

Loading this pattern caused multiple advertising and programs to open that I now need to go to my control panel to delete them. I really wanted this pattern biut instead I now need to clean up my computer and still do not have pattern.

I love the pattern, you have plenty of sizes, but nothing for a three year old. Can you tell me how to increase the pattern to fit a 3 year old?

I made the Mickey hat for a newborn and was able to make the Minnie hat for a three-year-old by making 12 hdc in the magic ring instead of 10. I then made it the same through row 4. For row 5 I made 2 hdc in the first stitch and 1 hdc in the next 3 around. I made the hat a little longer by crocheting an extra row of hdc's using black after row 9 and another extra row using red after row 13. Use your own judgment on this. I also made the ears a little bigger by crocheting row 3 using hdc around, and a new row 4 making 2 hdc in one stitch and then 1 hdc in the next 2 stitches. It fits perfectly and my little niece loves it. I hope this makes sense.

I have made several ofthese for baby showers and they are always a hit. Instead of buttons on the Minnie hats I use sequins with a bead sewed on with clear thread the young Mothers love the bling

Would be great for people going to Disney World in December or January.

Does anyone have a pattern for a Snoopy hat,if so please let me know,at ruthdortch@ymail.com Thank you.

I made this for my granddaughter. it turned out so adorable! and my daughter loved it..great pattern

grandson on the way... this will be great! make it with some golden booties!

I made the Mickey hat and it turned out really cute! Super quick and easy:)

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