Easy Crochet Baby Hat

Easy Crochet Baby Hat

Easy Crochet Baby Hat
Easy Crochet Baby Hat

"I love fast little crochet projects that I can work up in an evening. And this baby hat works up SO quickly - even for beginners. To make this easy crochet baby hat you'll need #3 / light-worsted / DK / 8 ply yarn. I used around 1.2oz.(35g) of yarn, so you can make several hats from one ball of yarn! And if you have any leftover yarn lying around (I'm sure, like me, you have loads!) then this is the perfect project to use up some of that stash. "

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, 4.5 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeTo check your gauge / tension, work the first five rounds of the pattern below.

To check that you’re okay for size, the diameter of your baby hat should measure as follows:

Newborn (G / 4mm hook): 4.25” (11cm) approx.

0–3 months (SIze 7 / 4.5mm hook): 4.75″ (12cm)

3–6 months (H / 5mm hook): 5.25″ (13cm)

Finished SizeNewborn: W – 6” (15cm) x L – 5” (13cm) 0 – 3 months: W – 6.5 (16cm) x L – 5.5” (14cm) 3 – 6 months: W – 7” (17.5cm) x L – 6” (15cm)

Materials List

  • Yarn: Category #3 / light worsted / DK / 8 ply yarn. I used 1.2 oz. / 35g approx. from 1 skein /ball of Deramores Studio Baby Soft DK, 360 yds / 3.5 oz (330m / 100g).
  • Crochet hook: Newborn G (4mm); 0–3 months Size 7 (4.5mm); 3–6 months H (5mm).
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors
  • Optional: Pom Pom Maker

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