Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Crochet Little Sound Waves Beanie Babe Hat. Free Pattern


Crochet Little Sound Waves Beanie Babe Hat


An easy 22 row baby beanie hat pattern with a little bit of decoration



To fit: newborn,
Measurements approx: Head Circumference 13 inches, hat height 5 to 6 inches

Please note, by using a smaller or larger hook, you can make a smaller or larger beanie

Hook size: 4.00mm US G/6
Yarn: 8 ply approx 50 gm’s US DK/Medium.
Small amounts of extra color or colors
US crochet terms used
Skill level: beginner +
Tension: medium
Time: approx 2 hours

Stitches used:
Sl st=slip stitch
Ch=chain
Sc = single crochet
Hdc= half double crochet
Dc =double crochet
Fpdc=front post double crochet


Introduction: The little sound wave st is worked over 8 st’s and 4 rows, the first sound waves pattern row uses, 4 dc, 4 sc, repeating the sequence until the end of the row. The following row is a repeat of the 1st row.
Changing colors on the next wave rows makes this pattern st stand out.
The 3rd row is also worked over 8 st’s, 4 sc, 4 dc, repeating the sequence until the end of the row. The following 4th row is a repeat of the 3rd row.
The above pattern rows are repeated 1 and a half more times for this size only.
The beanie begins at the top of the head and worked down to the ribbed edging

Please note! The beginning ch 1 and ch 2 of every rnd is not counted as a st.
BEGIN:
Chain 4, sl st to first ch to form a ring. Or use a magic ring.

Row 1, ch 1, work 12 hdc into ring, sl st to join in the 1st hdc (you will join this way on every round)

(Increase in every st)
Row 2, ch 1, work 2 hdc into each hdc to end, sl st to join (24 hdc)

(Increase in every 3rd st)
Row 3, ch 1, *work 1 hdc into the next 2 hdc, work 2 hdc into the next* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join (32 hdc)

(Increase in every 4th st)
Row 4, ch 1, *work 1 hdc into the next 3 hdc, work 2 hdc into the next* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join (40 hdc)

(Increase in every 5th st)
Row 5, ch 1, *work 1 hdc into the next 4 hdc, work 2 hdc into the next* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join (48 hdc)

(Stop increases)
Row 6, ch 1, work 1 hdc in each hdc to end, sl st to join (48 hdc)

Row 7, repeat Row 6

(Little Sound waves pattern begins here)
Change color
Row 8, Ch 2, work 1 dc in same space as join and ch2, work 1 dc in each of the next 3 st’s, work 1sc in each of the next 4 st’s, *work 1 dc in each of the next 4 st’s, work 1 sc in each of the next 4 st’s* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join in the top of the 1st dc of this round (48 st’s)

Row 9, repeat Row 8

 Change color
Row 10, ch 1, *work 1 sc in each of the next 4 dc, work 1 dc in each of the next 4 sc,* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join in the first sc of this round (48 st’s)

Row 11, repeat Row 10


Change color
Rows 12, Ch 2, work 1 dc in same space as join and ch2, work 1 dc in each of the next 3 sc’s, work 1sc in each of the next 4 dc’s, *work 1 dc in each of the next 4 sc’s, work 1 sc in each of the next 4 st’s* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join in the top of the 1st dc of this round (48 st’s)


Row 13, repeat Row 12

Change color
Row 14, repeat Row 10


Row 15, repeat Row 14

 Change color
Row 16, repeat Row 12

Row 17, repeat Row 16

Change color
Row 18, and Row 19, ch 1, work 1 hdc in each st to end of the round, sl st to join (48 hdc)

Please note you can make your hat longer than I did, just add more rows.

Begin hat ribbed edging, using dc

Row 20, ch 1, work 1 dc into each hdc of the round, sl st to join, the join will be in the top of the 1st dc of this round (48 dc)

Row 21, ch 1, work 1 dc into first dc, work 1 fpdc around the next dc, *work 1 dc into the next dc, work 1 fpdc around the next dc* repeat from *to* to end, sl st to join, the join will be in the top of the 1st dc of this round (48 dc)

Final row of hat, once again you make this longer.

Row 22, work 1 hdc into each dc to the end, (48 hdc), sl st to join and finish off leaving a long enough tail to sew in and hide your ends.



Free Pattern Courtesy Of Cat Wood
Aka, Cats-Rockin-Crochet.
 Jan 2014.

You can sell your items made from this pattern
I’d love to see this pattern used for charity use
Please link back to this pattern if you use it

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