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Land of Nod Sleeper Cap - EASY Hat

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Land of Nod Sleeper Cap - EASY Hat
Land of Nod Sleeper Cap - EASY Hat
Land of Nod Sleeper Cap - EASY Hat
Land of Nod Sleeper Cap - EASY Hat
Land of Nod Sleeper Cap - EASY Hat

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain stitch
  • single crochet

Pattern Description:

This hat design was created with beginner crocheters in mind. I wanted to design something that would be easy for a beginner to complete in a short amount of time and still be a warm and very sweet hat for little ones. But this pattern is great for those experienced in crochet as well as it is a quick and fun project and can be created with beautiful handspun yarns for a great photo prop.

This hat is made with super bulky yarn and a big hook and works up in just minutes! Make several hats in just one evening! (Photo instructions for making pom pom are included).

Skill level: Beginner

Pattern includes instructions in 2 sizes for babies up to 6 months of age.

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Patterns are easy to follow and are explained in simple terms so even those new to crochet should be able to read and understand them with ease.

Patterns may not be copied or shared, but all items made from these patterns may be sold by the purchaser - even online!

Gauge:

5 sc st = 4"
4 sc rows = 2.5"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn - 3 months: 12-14" head circumference
  • 3-6 months: 14-16" head circumference

Materials:

  • super bulky yarn (#6) or super bulky handspun yarn
  • 15mm crochet hook (US P/Q) - sometimes labeled as 15.75mm
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$3.75

Novice
Crocheting
Accessory
Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby
Hat
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I have been crafting most of my life - by one method or another. Crochet is my absolute favorite! I love creating unique designs and love to share them! My mind is always full of ideas and I am ...

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