Susan's February Baby Valentine Hat Pattern

Susan's February Baby Valentine Hat Pattern

by Susan Kennedy

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Susan's February Baby Valentine Hat Pattern by Susan Kennedy

This item is an ebook crochet pattern (U.S. abbreviations). Fast and simple, the baby cap is worked primarily in single crochet and has instructions for four sizes: preemie, newborn, 3 months and 6 months. (The sizing may vary depending on your yarn and the tightness of your stitches). The final piece has the look of a softly woven basket because of the stitch. It's so sweet and, being based on the idea of granny square crochet work, is super fast. Even the pom pom and the heart appliques are super easy, making this a sure favorite. It's usable for those little boys, too, if you work them in blue or grey with a sweet white stripe at the bottom. (usually no hearts, also).

It's super quick to crochet, the cap takes 40 to 60 minutes to make, for an experienced crocheter, There is a key to abbreviations, lots and lots of color photos, and special notes about working this project.

You'll need 2 or 3 sweater weight (medium or "worsted" weight yarn colors and a size J (6 mm) aluminum hook. (For the preemie size, use a lightweight/baby yarn and a size J hook). None of the hats will use up a skein of yarn, only half to three quarters of your typical skeins. If you wish to add an extra round of thread crochet edging on your hearts, you'll also need crochet thread (number 10 weight) and a size D (3.25) aluminum crochet hook.

Feel free to make and sell items from this pattern!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016000664
Publisher: Susan Kennedy
Publication date: 01/15/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Susan Kennedy is an artist and designer who lives and works in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She finds inspiration for her paintings and design work in nature, children's literature, and current culture. Animals, flowers, natural shapes in the ocean and forest all inspire Susan to create stitches, appliques, scarves and many more fanciful crocheted items. Working in cotton thread and all types of yarn, Susan always has a crochet hook in hand, ready to explore a new idea.

Susan also works in oil and watercolor, showing paintings around the Southeastern United States and teaching landscape in Forsyth County. You can visit www.susankennedy.com to see Susan's fine art work or www.susanshippiecrochet.blogspot.com to find out about her latest crochet creations!

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