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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Crochet Baseball Hat & Diaper Cover Sizes (0-3 Months)


I made this cute Baby Baseball Hat and Diaper Cover for a baby! This baby pattern is pretty is easy to work up and so cute to give as a gift or make for your baby!
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Supplies:
Red Heart Love White and Red yarn
Button
Hook, I hook, H hookYarn needle, button
Abbreviations: dc=double crochet
sc=single crochet
sl st=slip stitch
ch=chain
dc2tog=double crochet 2 together decrease
sc2tog=single crochet 2 together decrease
Newborn baby head circumference: 13″ – 14″, Hat height = 5.5 to 6″= J hook,


Baseball Hat Tutorial


Hat
Instructions: White yarn, J hook
Create a Magic Circle with 12 dc, sl st on top of the chain 3, -12 dc

rnd 2. ch 3(counts as the first stitch), dc in same st. as joining, 2dc in each st. around. join with sl st on top of chain 3. -24 sts.
rnd 3. ch 3 (counts as the first stitch), *2dc in next st., dc in the next stitch, repeat from *around, join with sl st. -36 sts.
rnds 4-8. ch 3, dc in each stitch around. join with sl st. -36 sts. *Repeat for this round 5 times
rnd 9: Switch to an I hook, With Red yarn, ch 3, hdc in each stitch around. join with sl st. -36 hdc. Fasten off.
row 10: Switch to an I hook, With Red yarn, start from the back seam, the ch 3, which counts as a stitch, and count to the left 14 stitches, (including the ch 3), sl st with your red yarn, hdc in the next 9 hdc, sl st in the next. Turn
row 11: Ch 1, hdc in the next 9 hdc, ch 1, sl st in the next stitch, Turn
row 12: ch 1, hdc in the next 9 hdc, ch 2, sl st in the next sl st, sl st in the next stitch, Fasten off. Weave in the ends.
Optional: V-Stitch Marks on the Hat: Take your yarn needle and about 20 inches of yarn, Go to your visor, go inward toward the center about 2 hdc to make the v-stitch dash lines. Take your yarn needle and sew a 1 inch line going inward above the red visor and another 1 inch line go inward to make an triangle but without the bottom to the triangle. Then go up above that v-dash line and make another all the way to the other side to the back. Now go to the other side of the visor and go 2 hdc inward to the center and do the same thing to match the other v-stitch dash lines.
Diaper Cover
White
H Hook
CH 47,
Row 1. sc in 2nd ch from hook and each stitch across. Turn -46 sc
2. ch 2,  dc in each stitch across. Turn -46 dc
3. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across. Turn -46 sc
4. Slip Stitch into the next 12 stitches, in the 12 stitch, ch 2, dc in the next 23
stitches, leave the remaining 11 stitches unworked. Turn
5. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across. Turn
6. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across. Turn
7. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across. Turn
8. Ch 2, dc2tog decrease. dc in the next 20 stitches, dc2tog decrease. Turn
9. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across. Turn
10. Ch 2, dc2tog decrease, dc in the next 18 stitches, dc2tog decrease. Turn
11. Ch1, sc in each stitch across. Turn
12. Ch 2, dc2tog decrease, dc in the next 16 stitches, dc2tog decrease. Turn
13. Ch 1, sc2tog decrease, sc in the next 14 stiches, sc2tog decrease. Turn
14. Ch 2, dc2tog decrease, dc in the next 12 stitches, dc2tog decrease. Turn
15. Ch 1, sc2tog decrease, sc in the next 10 stitches, sc2tog decrease. Turn
16. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, Turn
17. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across, Turn
18. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, Turn
19. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across, Turn
20. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, Turn
21. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across, Turn
22. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, Turn
23. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across, Turn
24. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, Turn
25. Ch 1, sc in each stitch across, Turn
26. Ch 2, dc in each stitch across, Turn, Fasten off.
27. Slip stitch With Red yarn, sc evenly around entire diaper cover, Fasten off.


Baby's Waist is about 13-14 inches around. 
Sew on the button on the center top of the diaper cover. The end of the side flaps with dc will fasten around the button. or you can sew two buttons on top side by side and place the each flap over the buttons.

10 comments:

Jayne said...

A cute baseball set. Nice to find something different for a baby boy. If a person knows the parents favorite team do the set in those colors. Even a baby girl could wear the set.
Thank You for sharing all these nice patterns.

Donna Jones said...

can this set be made larger by going up hook size?

Crochet Jewel said...

Yes you can try that and see if that works.

Kathy Reece said...

Regarding the hat Row 9 haa been omitted from instructions, and Row 10 needs addt'l info to be clear as to what stitch to use. Am trying to make this for my 1st great grand child. Have tried several things, but none looked right. Thank you for your help. Kathy kar625@yahoo.com

Crochet Jewel said...

rnd 9: Switch to an I hook, With Red yarn, ch 3, hdc in each stitch around. join with sl st. -36 hdc. Fasten off.

row 10: Switch to an I hook, With Red yarn, start from the back seam, the ch 3, which counts as a stitch, and count to the left 14 stitches, (including the ch 3), sl st with your red yarn, hdc in the next 9 hdc, sl st in the next. Turn

colleenmartin said...

Hello! I have made diaper covers before, similar to this pattern. Can you explain row 4? I think that is where I am going wrong. For rows 5-7 I have 23 in each row and so for row 8, I am one short?

Crochet Jewel said...

Did you watch the video yet, think that will help you, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yaL0b_Rbko

colleenmartin said...

I didn’t realize there was a video for the diaper cover, thank you! I see where I made a mistake.... I think the dc in the 12 is missing from your pattern...

4. Slip Stitch into the next 12 stitches, in the 12 stitch, ch 2, dc in the next 23
stitches, leave the remaining 11 stitches unworked. Turn

Thanks!!

Pamela Reinhold said...

Do you have a video on how to do the V marks on the baseball hat that looks like a baseball?

Crochet Jewel said...

I just took yarn and a yarn needle and sewed in the stitches by criss crossing the yarn to create a v-stitch

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