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Welcome to my world of Patterns - Natural and Organic crocheted hats, beanies, scarfs and photography props for newborns, babies, infants, toddlers and kids.

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Pom Poms Christmas hat

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Pom Poms Christmas hat
Pom Poms Christmas hat
Pom Poms Christmas hat
Pom Poms Christmas hat

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch - chain, s - single crochet, dc - double crochet, sl st - slip stitch, increase, decrease, work in rounds.

Pattern Description:

Baby Earflap Beanie Hat is just too cute on precious little ones! I use soft, 100% organic cotton grown and spun without the use of pesticides, herbicides or other chemicals. This is a great beanie for photography sessions or to protect delicate new skin year-round. Also makes a great baby shower gift.

This pattern in written in American English terminology.

This pattern has been tested 6 times by different crocheters. However, please contact me if you have ANY questions. I will happily provide email support for any of my patterns.

***All rights to this pattern are owned by Daisies Crochet. No part of this pattern or photo may be sold, shared, reproduced, photocopied, or transmitted mechanically, electronically or by any other means.
***You are welcome to sell any of the items made from my patterns. If selling online, please include the following line at the bottom of your listing: Original pattern by Daisies Crochet available at www.daisiescrochet.blogspot.com
If you sell on Etsy:
"Original pattern by Daisies Crochet available at http://www.etsy.com/shop/daisiescrochet

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • NB - (preemies-4 weeks) 0 - (0-3 month) 1 - (3-6 month) 2 - (6-12 month)


  • crocher hook I-5.5mm

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

MATERIALS: Lion Brand Nature's Choice Organic Cotton (103yd/94m - 3oz/85g) Aran/10ply(8wpi) or any other blend of similar yardage yarn.

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