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Here it is!!!! The “Cotton Candy Mommy and Me Beanies” Pattern Set is now available! Now Mama and all her girls can have matching beanies! These are so cute and very easy to make! These make the perfect gift set for the entire family or as individual gifts for birthdays or Christmas!
The sizes included in these set are 0 -3 months, Small, Medium and Large. I am including the 0 – 3 month size here on the blog. To get to the complete PDF for all 4 sizes, please click on the button below!!!
I really think you will like these and will probably make more than one for your girls!! Of course, by choosing different colors of yarn, you can make these for your boys, too!
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The “Cotton Candy Mommy and Me Beanies” Pattern
Crochet Beanie Collection (0 -3 months, Small, Medium and Large Sizes)
Designed By: Christine Longe of Lakeview Cottage Kids
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0 – 3 Months, Small, Medium and Large Sizes
Finished Size of 0 – 3 Months Beanie: 5 inches tall (before adding pompon) and 6 inches wide
Finished Size of Small Beanie (fits ages 6 months to 2 years): 7 inches tall (before adding pompon) and 7 1/2 inches wide
Finished Size of Medium Beanie (fits ages 2 years to 10 years): 8 1/2 inches tall (before adding pompon) and 8 1/2 inches wide
Finished Size of Large Beanie (fits 10 years to Adult): 10 inches tall (before adding pompon) and 8 1/2 inches wide
Bottom and Top Slip Stitch Ribbing for All Beanies: 4 inches = 10 1/2 ribs
Body of All Beanie: 4 inches wide = 9 ribs (18 rows )
Chain Stitch – ch
Slip Stitch Back Loop Only – ssblo
Single Crochet Back Loop Only – scblo
Slip Stitch – sl st
This pattern uses US Crochet Terminology.
This stitch pattern used for the body of the hat is made using a Stitch Multiple of any number.
This pattern makes a very stretchy finished hat.
The yarn featured in this pattern is called Mary Maxim “Sugar Baby Stripes”. The color way that I used is called “Cotton Candy”. This yarn is a #3 weight yarn, and is made of 100% Acrylic. Care = Machine Washable and Dryable. Wash using gentle/delicate cycle for 2 minutes. Tumble dry using low heat for maximum of 5 minutes. Remove from dryer and lay flat to dry. Do not dry clean. Each skein is 100 g/3.5 oz and 295 yards.
Yarn Amount Needed for Each Beanie:
0 -3 months size: 102 yards
Small Size: 145 yards
Medium Size: 204 yards
Large Size: 230 yards
– Crochet Hooks, Size “J”/6.00 mm
– Yarn Needle (Used for working in loose yarn ends.)
– Tape Measure
– Pompon Maker
(This hat is made as a flat fabric and seamed together when all rows are completed. The number of chains made at the beginning of the project will indicate the height of the beanie and the number of rows made will determine the width of the hat.Then the top is gathered using a running stitch made with yarn needle and additional yarn.)
As you can probably tell, it is very easy to customize this pattern by just chaining a different amount at the beginning and creating more or less rows.
There is slip stitch ribbing at both the top and bottom. The bottom ribbing is so that there is a tighter fit around your face. The top ribbing is there so that there is a smaller amount of bulk when you gather the top and sew it shut.
0 – 3 Months Size (fits ages 0 to 3 months)
– Chain 21
- Row 1:
- Slip stitch in the back loop only (ssblo) into the first 4 chains. Single crochet in the back loop only (scblo) in the next 12 chains. Slip stitch in the back loop only (ssblo) in the last 4 chains. Ch 1. Turn. (20 stitches)
- Row 2:
- Slip stitch in the back loop only (ssblo) in the first 4 stitches. Single crochet in the back loop only (scblo) in the next 12 stitches. Slip stitch in the back loop only (ssblo) in the last 4 stitches. Ch 1. Turn. (20 stitches)
- Rows 3 – 54:
- Repeat Row 2.
- Do not fasten off.
- Fold beanie in half with the slip stitch ribbing at top and bottom.
- Using the slip stitch, seam the two ends of the fabric together.
- Fasten off the yarn.
- Using the yarn needle and a length of yarn about 16 inches long, and using a running stitch, gather the top of your beanie. Put your stitches as close to the edge of the fabric as possible. (You can actually designate either end as the top.). After sewing the running stitch all the way around the top of the hat, pull the yarn and gather the top opening as tightly as possible so that you can hardly see an opening in the top. Once the hat top is gathered as tightly as possible, then stitch across the opening back and forth to close it up entirely. Knot the yarn, fasten off leaving about 6 inches and then weave in all ends.
- You can leave the beanie like it is, or you can make a pompon and attach that to the beanie.
– I made my yarn pompons and attached them by tying them on. But if you would like to attach faux fur pompons, those are adorable additions, too!
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