Thursday, October 17, 2013

Cashmere Crochet Baby Hat, Size 12 Months, Free Pattern




I have made lots of baby hats in the past year, but this one is rather special because of two reasons. First, I made it for a very special little girl, who will celebrate her first birthday this month. Second, this hat is made of fine cashmere yarn and is fabulously soft and beautiful.

I bought Jojoland 100% Cashmere Lace Weight Yarn (C-266, Lilac) from Paradise Fibers. One skein weights 50 grams and contains 440 yards of yarn. I used up about half of one skein for this baby hat.

I hope there is enough yarn left to make another slightly bigger child’s hat as the very special girl has a very special sister, whose birthday is coming up in a couple of months too.  

I gladly share my pattern below, but please do not repost it on other sites or worse yet sell it (yes, I have seen my free patterns being sold). Use this pattern to make hats for the special little girls you have in your life!


This pattern is my original design. It cannot be posted on other sites or distributed in any other form. If you would like to share this pattern, you can post ONE image on your site with the link to my original post. You can use this pattern to make items for personal use or for sale. If you sell finished items from this pattern, you must give design credit to Lacy Crochet blog (lacycrochet.blogspot.com). Please, respect my work. Thank you!


The finished hat measures about 16 inches in circumference and 6.5 inches in height. It should fit a girl 12 - 18 months old.  


Skill Level: Intermediate

Materials: Jojoland Cashmere Lace Weight yarn, C-266 Lilac (50 gram, 440 yards)


Boye steel crochet hook size 4 (2.00 mm)

Tapestry needle


Three pearl beads (optional)


Gauge: first 4 rounds measure 2.75 inches in diameter



Ch 5, sl st to join in ring.


Round 1: ch 5, *dc in ring, ch 2* 7 times, sl st in 3rd ch of beginning ch-3.


Round 2: sl st in next ch-2 space, (ch 1, dc, tr, dc, hdc) all in same ch-2 space, * (hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc) all in next ch-2 space * around.


Round 3: sl st to next tr; ch 5, (dc, ch 2, dc) all in same tr,  * (dc, ch 2, dc, ch 2, dc) all in next tr * around; sl st in 3rd ch of beginning ch-5.


Round 4: sl st in next ch-2 space, (ch 1, dc, tr, dc, hdc) all in same ch-2 space, * (hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc) all in next ch-2 space* around.


Round 5: sl st to next tr, ch 5, dc in same tr, * (dc, ch 2, dc) all in next tr * around; sl st in 3rd ch of beginning ch-5.


Round 6: sl st in next ch-2 space, (ch 1, dc, tr, dc, hdc) all in same ch-2 space, * (hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc) all in next ch-2 space* around.


Rounds 7-10: repeat Rounds 3-6.


Rounds 11- 25: repeat Rounds 5-6 (ending with round 5).


Round 26: ch 1, 3 sc in each ch-2 space around; join round with sl st.


Rounds 27: sc in each sc around; join round with sl st.


Rounds 28-29: repeat Round 27.


Fasten off.



Use two strands of yarn to make the flower.


Ch 53.


Row 1: dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn.


Row 2: *sc in next dc, 5 dc in next dc* across; sc in last dc.


Finish off but leave a yarn tail long enough to sew the flower together and attach it to the hat. Wave in the short yarn tail on the other end of the work.


Use a tapestry needle to finish the flower. Little by little, roll the crochet piece and stitch together. For more help making this flower, see my photo tutorial.


Sew the flower on the hat.




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22 comments:

  1. it's beautiful, the yarn looks so soft and fine. :)

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  2. Las fotografias son muy bonitas, te invito a visitar mi bloc, Felicidades
    por tu bloc
    Julia
    Elracodeldetall.blogspot.com



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  3. Sweetest little hat. Have a great weekend Olga!

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  4. bonito y dulce, gracias por el pap!!un besito.maria:)

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  5. So pretty and so soft! The tiny pearls on the center of the flowers are perfect!

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  6. Another beautiful hat, you are so talented.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  7. Ольга, очень красивая шапочка и цветок ее украшает!

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  8. Your blog disappeared from my rss reader. The titles appear but there is no content :( I miss your posts!

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    1. Yes, I changed my feeds option from full to short. I recently discovered that Feedspot had been displaying my entire posts with all the pictures and my free patterns on their site. I felt that they were taking advantage of my work. I feel it's only fair that if people want to see my articles, they should see it directly on my blog.

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  9. The yarn looks and sounds divine and such a beautiful shade of lilac too, your special little girl will look gorgeous in her splendid new hat Olga :-)

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  11. Thank you so much for this hat & flower pattern~ I have tried MANY flower patterns to get just the right "flower look". Your pattern was exactly what I was looking for! Turned out great! Thanks again~

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  12. I love this hat! Do you have any suggestions on how to crochet it for 3/6 month? Thanks

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  13. Thank you, you make things easy to understand. Just learning crochet.

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  14. I just made this..turned out very well. Just wanted to say thank you for the free pattern :)

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  15. Beautiful hat! Is the pattern available translated into and adult size?

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  16. What stitch terminology do you use American or English

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    1. American! I write all of my patterns using US crochet terminology.

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