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Friday, April 20, 2012

Free Barbie Hat Pattern

Crochet Barbie Hat
I have been working on several different possible patterns for a Barbie doll hat.  I was finally able to crochet these adorable Easter Hats.   I can't wait to make some more for the beach outfits I am planning for the summer.  




  I had made a couple of cute dresses for my Granddaughter's Barbie for Easter.   I basically used the  St Paddy's Barbie Dress  pattern and made these adorable Easter dresses. But to be true Easter Dresses they needed the hats:)








 Crochet Hat Pattern

Chain 5, join with sl stitch.
1st round: 10 single crochet in middle hole. join with sl stitch.  chain 1
 2nd round: two single crochets in first stitch, 1 single crochet in next stitch, repeat 4 more times. single crochet then join with slip stitch.
3rd round: two single crochets in first stitch, 1 single crochet in next stitch, repeat 7 more times
single crochet then join with slip stitch
Rounds 4 though 7; single crochet (24 stitches)
8th Round; single crochet twice in each stitch
9th Round: two single crochet in first stitch, 1 single crochet in each stitch for the next 6 stitches; repeat this pattern 5 more times ending with two single crochet in same stitch, 1 single crochet in the next 4 stitches, join with slip stitch
10th Round: single crochet in each stitch, slip stitch in next chain from hook, fasten off.

The little hats can be decorated with either ribbons, small flowers or as I did, crochet a contrasting color around the crease of the hat leaving room to tie ends into a bow.



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11 comments:

  1. These are adorable!!! You have convinced me... I have to learn how to crochet!!! Do crochet hooks come in different sizes? What size wool would you use for this? I've pinned this for reference...

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    1. So sorry:( I used a number 2 crochet hook and standard crochet yarn. It is sooo easy, you can do it!

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  3. So darn cute! when I was at thrift store I found two bottles with crochet jackets on them. I had to have them since they looked so cute. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration at Sunday's Best!

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  4. nice idea.. thanks for sharing.

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  5. OMG these hats are so cute! You're like a Barbie fashion designer. Great job and thanks for linking up at Hookin On Hump Day!

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  6. What little girl wouldn't love those for her Barbie? So cute!

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  7. Oh, these are lovely. I suppose it's a good thing I have only grandsons, as there is no way I could manage to make one of those adorable hats. Maybe I'll have to learn to crochet before I have a granddaughter. :D

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  8. what a wonderful little pattern! I would love to try it but I'm afraid I wouldn't be succesful, so little! Thanks for linking with me :)

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  9. Hi there, they are adorable! So are the dreseess! Just a little note...for everyine who said they didnt think they could make one of these adorable hats, yes you can! You most definatly can learn to crochet! I had surgery and was laid up in bed and bored beyond words. Someone brought me a skein of yarn and a "teach yourself to crochet book" and I was off and running... it seems complicted when you first try to read the patterns, but its not, just try it, you can do it! And you'll be so glad you did, it's so fun I can't stop. :)
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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))