Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Stripe Crochet Baby Beanie Hat





Stripe Crochet Beanie
Abbreviations
MC = Magic Loop
SC = Single Crochet
CH = Chain
ST = Stitch

Size H crochet hook - Approximately 15" around
4-ply worsted weight yarn - Green & White Stripe Hat

Size I crochet Hook - Approximately 18" around
4-ply worsted weight yarn - Tan Hat

Written by Teresa Richardson

Video Tutorial: Crochet Stripe Baby Beanie

MC - Magic Circle
You can also Chain 4 and join if you are not familiar with the magic circle

Round 1: CH 1, 10 SC in your magic circle or chain. Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (10 SC Total)

Round 2: SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point. CH 1, 2 SC in each ST around.
Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (20 SC Total)

Round 3:
SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point. Ch 1, *1 SC in ea of the next 2 St's, 2 SC in the next St, repeat from *, you will be increase every 3 stitches for a total of 27 stitches. Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (27 SC total) There are 7 increases evenly worked around.

Round 4:
SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point.Ch 1, 1 SC in each ST around, Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (27 SC total)

Round 5:
SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point.Ch 1, *1 SC in ea of the next 2 St's, 2 SC in the next St, repeat from *, you will be increase every 3 stitches for a total of 36 stitches. Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (36 SC total)

Round 6:
SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point.Ch 1, 1 SC in each ST around, Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (36 SC total)

Round 7:
SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point. Ch 1, *1 SC in ea of the next 2 St's, 2 SC in the next St, repeat from *, you will be increase every 3 stitches for a total of 48 stitches. Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (48 SC total)

Round 8:
SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point. Ch 1, 1 SC in each ST around, Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (48 SC total)

Round 9-22: SL ST new yarn and stagger from previous starting point. Ch 1, 1 SC in each ST around, Join, cut yarn and secure tail. (48 SC total)

13 comments:

  1. Teresa... I have found your blog from youtube when searching how to crochet.. I am from Azerbaijan,Baku .. maybe u know that country. I want to say thank u very much for everything. I have learned a lot of thing from u. u r helpfull and u r so kind. my english is not enough to explain my feelings.. thank u, thank u so much for everything!!!

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  2. nur_aleyna,
    Thank you so much, I really appreciate your comments and feedback. You write very good English.

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  3. hi teresa, your tutorials are amazing. i just started crocheting about 2 weeks ago and i used your tutorial to make my first beanie. it came out sooo cute! i added two colors and an adorable flower. i have a question though. for this particular tutorial, i made a hat for a 1 year old but i need to make one for a 2 year old also. how would i edit this pattern for a little bit bigger head? you can email me if you have time at laurencook31@gmail.com

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  4. loreno31,
    You can try a size "I" crochet hook or add another increase round.

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  5. That’s looks so nice your posting.
    Everything looks good in your posting.
    That will be necessary for all. Thanks for your posting.
    Bathmate

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  6. That’s looks so nice your posting.
    Everything looks good in your posting.
    That will be necessary for all. Thanks for your posting.
    Bathmate

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  7. Hi,

    This is a great beanie hat. I'm a begginer, so i would like to hnow how much wool i have to buy for this crochet beanie? one 50g or one 100g? For an adult?
    Thanks so much for your answer.
    Marie

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  8. can u give the stitch count for a newborn size

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  9. Anonymous,
    you can make the cap smaller by using a smaller crochet hook

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  10. I am gonna try and follow your instruction as I have only been able to make blankets but would like to make more Think your work is amazing

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  11. Thank you for your video! Used it to make my first baby hat! I am using yarn that I already have and I want to buy some different colors, how much yarn would you say this hat uses?

    Thank you!

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  12. Hello - Wonderful video and blog! I just have a question - how can I fix the seam if it keeps spiraling? I keep counting and have 55 in each row.

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  13. thank you so much for your tutorials! they help me a lot!

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