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Queen Elsa Hat with Hair Braid

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This pattern has complete instructions to make the Queen Elsa hat with hair braid pictured above. It includes 3 different sizes: 12-24 months (18-19 inches around), 2T-5T (19-20 inches around), and Child 6-10 (20-21 inches around). Pattern is written using US terms. The experience level for this pattern is advanced beginner. You should already know how to do the following stitches: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet. Materials needed are: size H(5.00 mm) crochet hook metal yarn needle Medium weight yarn in light blue (I used Caron Simply Soft in soft blue) Medium weight yarn in white (I used Caron Simply Soft Party in snow sparkle) 6 snowflake buttons or embellishments sewing needle and thread (optional- if you have buttons with smaller holes, you may need this) You have permission to sell items made from this pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You should already know how to do the following stitches: slip stitch, chain, single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet GAUGE 11 dc and 6 rows = 4 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Includes instructions for size 12-24 months (18-19 inches around), 2T-5T (19-20 inches around), and Child 6-10 (20-21 inches around) PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft & Caron Simply Soft Party COLORWAY soft blue and snow sparkle

Recommended with this pattern

  • Medium weight yarn in light blue (I used Caron Simply soft in soft blue), medium weight yarn in white (I used Caron Simply Soft Party in Snow Sparkle), Size H (5.00mm) crochet hook, yarn needle
  • 6 snowflake buttons or sew on embellishments

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Annie Jo Creations
Annie Jo Creations
I started crocheting when I was about 5. Taught by my grandma. From there, I've branched out to knitting and sewing, and recently- quilting.