Santa Hat Diaper Cover Pattern 3 to 6 mt

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Santa Hat Diaper Cover Pattern 3 to 6 mt Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ewrap stitch, decrease with loom clips, flat ewrap stitch
  • decrease ewrap stitch

Pattern Description:

This pattern makes a very soft and adorable baby Santa hat and diaper cover for 3 to 6 months

This is the pattern ONLY, not the actual loomed hat or diaper cover.
loom bootie pattern not included.

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This pattern is for beginner intermediate loomers. It creates a very festive holiday hat and diaper cover for yourself or as a special gift. Do you have a photo shoot this makes an incredible photo prop.

The hat is made on a knifty knitter long loom, loom clips, and a simple ewrap stitch must have decrease knowledge.
Diaper Cover is made on a knifty knitter long loom doing a ewrap flat stitch.
Pom Pom is made with a large pompom maker.

Yarn: Lion Brand Homespun
Red Heart Baby Clouds

The design pattern is property of Ava Girl Designs you are welcome to resell items made from pattern but not the pattern itself in whole or part!

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copyright 2012


  • knifty knitter loom, loom clips, loom hook, yarn needle, crochet hook, scissors
  • larger pom pom maker

You Will Also Need:

  • Lion Brand Homespun candy apple yarn
  • Baby Clouds white yarn
  • Gold buttons

About Designer

About Designer

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by Ava Girl Design
San Diego, California USA
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Hi my name is Bonnie and welcome to Ava Girl Designs I feature unique and one of a kind crochet and knifty knitter loom knitting patterns for babies to adults.

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