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Charleston West Virginia

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Baby Hat Crochet Stocking Elf Cap

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Baby Hat Crochet Stocking Elf Cap
Baby Hat Crochet Stocking Elf Cap
Baby Hat Crochet Stocking Elf Cap
Baby Hat Crochet Stocking Elf Cap
Baby Hat Crochet Stocking Elf Cap

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • hdc, slp st, sc, color change, make pom pom
  • Read a crochet pattern w/American Standard terms
  • A knowledge of carrying yarn

Pattern Description:

This stocking cap is just sooo sweet. The tail is super duper long, making it the perfect for all of those photo opportunities.

I used Bernat's Baby solid white, and Jacquard for the contrast, in the hat pictured, but you can use whatever colors you would like. More advanced Crochet Artists could even use three or four different colors.

I have worked very hard to make this pattern easy to read, and best of all it has my "Gauge as you Go" system. This makes it so much easier to get the size that you are wanting to achieve.

No need to print the entire pattern, just choose...the condensed version, or the long version.

I have added two versions in this pattern, an easy version, and a more advanced version. I am just thrilled with the help the testers gave me, allowing me the ability to bring you an easy to intermediate crochet pattern.

The fluffy flower on the side is just the icing on the cake....so sweet!!

I have been crocheting since my grandmother taught me when I was a little girl, and I am working on my 32nd year of marriage....and I am afraid to do the math.

I am always here and available for customer support, should you need.


4"x4"=16 hdc x 11 rows
Or you can use my system of "Gauge as you Go"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Preemie-newborn; 0-3mo; 6to9mo; 12to18mo


  • F/5-3.75mm crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • pom pom maker, optional

Suggested yarn:

250 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Bernat Baby solid and Jacquard