1 hour Crochet Baby Hat
This tutorial is for those who like quick projects. With this 1 hour crochet baby hat you can warm your baby with love and care.
In the coldest season of the year, the climate is dry and respiratory diseases are more common, affecting mainly newborns.
But why are babies so sensitive this time of year?
In the first six months, the baby suffers a lot from climate changes. This happens because in his mother’s belly he was surrounded by the amniotic fluid that, among so many functions, helped to keep him warm.
At birth, however, he finds the temperature change strange and that is precisely why care for going out, clothes, bathing and also for the baby’s skin in winter is so important.
Don’t forget gloves, hats and warm socks, as babies tend to lose heat in their extremities. On the street, it is also ideal to cover the baby’s mouth and nose with a cloth diaper or light blanket.
The 1 hour crochet baby hat, the finished measurements is:
Width – 6.25” (16 cm)
Height – 4.5” (11cm)
- Yarn: Category #5 / chunky / bulky / 12 ply yarn.
I used approximately 1 ounce (28g) from 1 ball of James C. Brett Flutterby Chunky ,191 yds / 3.5 oz (175m / 100g). Colours featured in the photos: Blue (3); pink (2); lilac (10); beige (28); green 11); yellow (9).
- Crochet Hook: J (6mm)
- Stitch marker
This is an easy crochet tutorial and I will show you what to do step by step. You will need to be familiar with the following points:
ch(s) – current(s)
hdc – half double crochet
sc – low point
sl st – sliding stitch
sp – space
dot(s) – dot(s)
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