Itty Bitty Hat

I’ve been trying so hard to not even think about baby clothes yet. After all, we haven’t even started on her bedroom, and there are so many more important baby things we need to accumulate. Clothes are the really the last thing I should be focused on right now.

However, this week I couldn’t hold out any longer. I had to have a look at the itty bitty baby things, and subsequently started buying. It was just a few things from the thrift store though. I bought a onesie and some sleepers, both were new with the tags still attached from Baby Gap, so I couldn’t resist.

Then, I decided that the newly purchased newborn sleepers needed a matching hat, so I picked up some yarn on my way home from work on Friday, and crocheted this:

Materials:
Category 4 Weight Yarn
5.50 mm Crochet Hook

Hat Pattern:
Round 1: ch 4, 12 dc in forth ch from hook (12 dc), sl st in top of stitch at starting point.
Round 2: ch 3, 2 dc in each dc around (24 dc), sl st in top of stitch at starting point.
Round 3: ch 3, 2 dc in next dc, dc in next dc around (36 stitches), sl st in top of stitch at starting point.
Round 4 – 8: ch 3, 36 dc, sl st in top of stitch at starting point.
Round 9 – ch 1, 36 sc
Round 10 (I used a contrasting for row 10) – ch 1, 36 sc, sl in at beginning.

Flower Pattern:
Round 1:, ch 2, 5 sc in 2nd ch from hook.
Join with sl st to first sc.
Round 2: ch 2, 3dc, ch 2, sl st in the each sc, sl st to the next sc

I think the sizing is about right for a newborn, as I’d based the size on another knitted hat, we’d received from a dear neighbour last week. It does have a bit of stretch, but I really hope it wouldn’t need to be any bigger…*shudder*

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