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Preemie Newsboy hat

Added Mar 1, 2011

by adventuresofava

Lacey, Washingto...






Crocheted newsboy hat, sized for a premature baby. Fits heads 9-11" around. This is around the 5-6lb size. Measuring first is always smart! : ) Considering selling on Etsy. If you are interested, let me know!
Thank you ;)

Material Notes

Soft acrylic yarn & tiny buttons.




Spring, Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Casual, Preppy

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    Mar 5, 2011, 07.09 PMby adventuresofava

    I also have one that is for newborns to 3-6 months. It is nice how the yarn will stretch.

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    Mar 5, 2011, 07.08 PMby adventuresofava

    Oh… yeah I don’y go off of instructions/patters. I just see it & then do it… I have a hard time with crochet talk. It is pretty easy though. It is just a basic baby hat, you expand it to fit the head when you’re doing the crown, then crochet all the way around until it is the length you want. You tie that off, then with a new thread yarn you crochet in the brim. There is probably a tutorial somewhere online. - Soft buttons are such a good idea! The ones I used are super tiny, & on the outside, & you can’t feel the stitch underneath so I didn’t really think it would be bothersome really at all. That is a great selling point though.

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    Mar 1, 2011, 10.18 PMby moonbell

    Maybe you could consider selling your patterns as pdf also? I crochet myself, so I wouldn’t buy it already made, but I’d definitely buy the pattern!

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    Mar 1, 2011, 06.05 PMby tamezdc

    This is so adorable!

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    Mar 1, 2011, 12.24 AMby Adrienne Hendrix

    This is so adorable!!! I have made a lot of hats for babies but none this small. I think you would do good selling them on Etsy, but you might want to eliminate the button or use a soft button instead. Happy Sewing!

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