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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Baby "Hair" Hat "braids"

 Baby "Hair" Hat “braids”
makes sizes 0-3m, 6m, 12m and 2year/2t

 plz feel free to sell or use finished projects as you would like but do not sell the pattern plz and thank you
 you will need yarn i used carron simply soft
 a size I and Q crochet hook and some st markers
 dc- dubble crochet
 ch- chain
 hdc- half dubble crochet
 sc- single crochet
 sl st- slip stitch
 st- stitch
 sts- stitches
Yo- yarn over
( )- needed info or number of stitches
[ ]- repeat whats in brackets
we will be using broom stick stitch/lace for the bangs
And a square knot/latch hook for the hair
To Make Hat
using I hook
row 1: Make a magic loop/circle ch 3 (counts as first dc) and dc into magice loop/circle 9 times for a total of 10 dc
row 2: going in a round not join dc 2 into each st around (20dc)   
row 3: [dc 2 in next st, 1 dc in next st] around (30dc)
row 4: [dc 2 in next st, 1 dc in next 2 sts] around (40dc) (now if only making a hat to fit 0-3m skip to row 8)                                                                     
row 5: [dc 2 in next st, 1dc in next 3 sts] around (50dc) (skip to row 8 for 6m hat)
row 6: [dc 2 in next st, 1 dc in next 4 sts] around (60dc) (skip to row 8 for 12m hat)
row 7: [dc 2 in next st, 1 dc in next 5 sts] around (70dc) (this makes 2year/2t hat)
row 8: dc in each st around until hat is at desired length the hdc in next st sc in next st and sl st in last st  do not tie off

To Make Hair
“bangs” using both Q an I hook we are going to broom stick stitch/lace around the Q with the I to make the bangs to do this place Q hook next to your work on the outside yo Q hook and use I hook to sl st into st of hat do this twice in each st and for a total of 12 sts for 24 pieces of “hair”
“braids” cut 10 pieces of yarn making sure the length is what you want when folded in half start at the 9th st from bangs on either side to square knot/latch hook 2 pieces of yarn in the next 5 sts on each side when done braid “hair” together and tie and your done. 

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