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Keep your baby's head warm this winter with this homemade Ribbed Baby Beanie. Use worsted weight yarn in any color of your choice to complete this free crochet hat pattern. Four different size options are available for your convenience. This easy hat would also make an excellent baby shower gift, especially when paired with the matching Ribbed Baby Diaper.

Ribbed Baby Beanie
Ribbed Baby Beanie
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Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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This is a pattern I have been looking for.i wanted a simple, easy baby cap to make and donate to the children's hospital. This will make up in no time. I want to make two blue, two pink and then maybe two pale green or yellow. That way either sex can have one. Some daddy's don't like seeing their baby boys in pink!

I was so surprised at how easy this was. I hadn't done a FPDC or BPDC in ages and so I googled it. It came back to me and I was able to make this in an Hour and a Half. It came out beautiful and I have gotten so many compliments. The FPDC/BPDC stitch really makes it look and feel as if I am Knitting and I tell you what, I am too uncoordinated to Knit. Thanks for the wonderful pattern.

I am a beginner... What is fpdc and bpdc?

These stitches are: front post double crochet and back post double crochet - that is how the hat gets the ribbing effect. The stitches are done just as they sound: for fpdc you insert your hook under the "post" of the double crochet in the previous row; draw through a loop and continue the stitch as double crochet. bpdc is done the same except you insert your hook to the back of your work. you will see immediately the "ribs" you will be making. You'll love this stitch!

Useful tutorial here, with pictures


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