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Updated September 27, 2016
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Follow the crochet instructions to make this Striped Baby Hat. Baby hat crochet patterns are fun to make as you can make them in such tiny sizes. This hat is easy to make and you can give it as a gift.

Striped Baby Hat
Striped Baby Hat
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Crochet Hook: K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)


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i cant get the pattern for the stripped baby hat shirley

To find the pattern, first click the green words beside the picture that says "click here for crochet pattern" up above on this page. This will lead you to my blog where you will see again the words "Striped Baby Hat". Click those words, and once on that page, start scrolling down till you reach the tutorial/pattern.

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I have been making this type of baby hat since 1994. But , I make it without the 6 slip stitches and just do it in all single crochet, with the exception of both loops at the end oppsite the beginng of the chain. I usually chain about 27 to 29 chain, single crochet as usual. All the rest of the rows are crocheted in back loops only. Then, leaving along end of at least 12 inches, I cut the yarn and weave it through the ends and pull it tight and tie , cut the length. Save the part you cut and use it to tie the pompom with it. By making the chain longer and making more rows, you can make the hat bigger. Works for me!


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