DK Weight Newborn Hat Pattern

DK Weight Newborn Hat Pattern

It’s just been too long since I published a free pattern! I worked these up using one of my expensive superwash wool yarns and I got two hats with enough to spare to do a yarn pom if I wanted easily. So if you have some of these yarns, get ’em out and let’s get hookin’!!!!

This pattern utilizes the Alpine Stitch, my favorite stitch to showcase hand-dyed yarns when making my hats!

I used some scrap fur to make mini pom poms for these girls, but you could easily make some yarn poms to top them with as well.

Materials Needed:

1 Skein DK Weight Yarn (Used ‘His Pied a Terre Was Just His Mom’s Basement‘ dyed by Despondant Dyes)

1 5.5mm (I) Crochet Hook

1 Yarn Needle

1 Pom Pom as desired

Stitches Used:

ch – Chain

sc – Single Crochet

sl st – Slip Stitch

blo – Back Loop Only – work your stitch in the back loop only of the stitch from the previous row

flo – Front Loop Only – work your stitch in the front loop only of the stitch from the previous row.

3rd Loop – work your stitch in the 3rd loop of the stitch from the previous row, behind the back loop

hdc – Half Double Crochet

dc – Double Crochet

fpdc – Front Post Double Crochet

Alpine Stitch – alternating dc and fpdc throughout a row, working each dc in a fpdc and each fpdc in a dc from the stitches in previous row

ASTOG – Alpine Stitch Together – yo, work around fpdc, pull up a loop, work into the next dc, yo, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), yo pull through first 2 loops on the hook, yo, pull through last 3 loops on hook.

FPDCTOG – yo, work around fpdc, pull up a loop, work around next fpdc, pull up a loop (5 loops on hook), yo, pull through firs 2 loops on the hook, yo, pull through last 3 loops on hook

Brim:

Ch 7, sc in 2nd chain from hook, sc in each st to end (6 st)

Row1-52: Ch 1, turn, sc in first st, sc in blo of next 4 st, sc in last st

Fold ends together and sl st in blo of front row and flo of back row to the end of the rows, turn inside out and begin working the body of the hat.

Body:

Row 1: ch 1, hdc in each row of the brim, sl st to first hdc (52 st)

Row 2: ch 1, hdc in 3rd loop of each hdc from previous row, sl st to first hdc (52 st)

Row 3: Ch 2, *fpdc around first st, dc in next st* repeat to end, sl st in first fpdc (52 st)

First row of Alpine Stitches

Row 4: Ch 2, *dc in first st, fpdc in next st* repeat to end, sl st in first dc (52 st)

Rows 5-10: Repeat rows 3 and 4 until you have 10 rows of Alpine Stitch

Row 11: ASTOG all around, sl st to first ASTOG (26 st)

Row 12: fpdc around each ASTOG from previous row (26 st)

Row 13: FPDCTOG all around, sl st to first FPDCTOG (13 st)

Row 14: fpdc around each FPDCTOG from previous row, sl st to first fpdc (13 st)

Finishing:

Cut yarn with a tail for sewing, pull through stitch and tighten.

Turn hat inside out; using a yarn needle, weave in and out of stitches in last row and pull tight to close. Tie off to secure, attach a pom pom if desired

I wrote this pattern up quickly for you all, if you have any questions, please comment and I will respond!!!

Thank You and Happy Hooking, Hookers!!!!

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