I am looking for a crochet pattern for a hat very similar to this one in sizes for 0-3 months and up.?
Does anyone have or know of a pattern. Also, if it had a shell border, that would be great!
Here is a photo:
Try looking on http://www.ravelry.com
there are many more..
Hope this helps
how to increase the size of a crochet hat from 14-16 to 16-18 inches?
This is the pattern til Round 5
Ch 2, 11 HDC in loop, do not join.
2 HDC in-between each HDC;
1 HDC in-between next st, 2 HDC(HDC INC) in-between next st;
1 HDC in-between ea HDC
1 HDC in-between each of the next 2 st’s, 2 HDC in next space
So after the 5th one do I do another round of 1 HDC in-between ea HDC and then do 1 HDC in-between ea of the next 3 st’s, 2 HDC in next space? then continue on the 1 HDC in-between ea HDC for the length?
It sounds as though you are crocheting a baby hat that is sized for a newborn baby and you want to make it for an older baby.
Here’s what I’d do to go from approximately 14″-16″ (average 15″) to approximately 16″-18″ (average 17″).
1. To get the diameter of a circle that’s 15″ around, divide by pi (3.1415927) or approximately 3-1/7 or even, roughly, 3. 15″ / 3 = 5″ approximately.
2. To get the diameter of a circle that’s 17″ around, again, divide by roughly 3: 17″ / 3 = 5-2/3″. Since this is a rough measurement and 5-1/2″ is easier to see on a ruler, let’s call that 5-1/2″.
You want to increase the basic circle of the hat from approximately 5″ across to approximately 5-1/2″ across before you quit increasing for the top and start working on the sides.
The first thing to do is measure the diameter of the hat after you have completed the 6th round. If it measures less than 5-1/2″, increase on Round 7 in the same pattern you used for increasing on the previous rounds:
Round 7: 1 HDC in-between each of the next 3 st’s, 2 HDC in next space; continue around to beg marker. (60 HDC total)
what size crochet hook should i use for an adult hat?
It depends on what yarn you are planning to use, if you’re improvising the pattern, and the look you’re going after. Usually, a pattern will suggest the hook according to the yarn.
For instance, medium weight yarn (formerly worsted weight) usually uses sizes F-H.
Bulky yarn will require I-K.
If you want a lacy look with medium yarn, then choose a thicker hook like a J.
If the pattern specifies a certain gauge (number of stitches per inch) then it really doesn’t matter what hook size you’re using, what you need is to achieve the gauge.
You can find a lot of hat patterns here:
Hope this helps
I need a direct link to a free download of a crocheted size 2 or 3 toddlers jumper or hat.?
I have searched all the sites I know and cannot find one in double knitting or 8 ply. Due to the fact I am disabled I cannot get to the library, Any help would be appreciated thankyou.
Try garnstudio it has a huge range of patterns in crochet and knitting http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/kategori_oversikt.php this page is the uk version but it also has an american version too.
what store carries small knit/crochet hats?
stores like AE or Delia’s. My head’s pretty small so any of their hats are too baggy…where can I find a store that sells that type of hat but in sizes?
The child section of H&M has really cute hats.. They are just as nice as those in the adult section and as a bonus usually cost less!
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