How to Crochet a Beret for an Eighteen Inch Doll
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How to Crochet a Beret for an Eighteen Inch Doll

This doll is designed to fit the Madame Alexander 18" Friends 4 Life Doll.

This beret is designed to fit the Madame Alexander 18" Friends 4 Life Doll.

 Here are the links to some larger photos of the beret: i41.tinypic.com/2v8ions.jpg (doll wearing hat), i42.tinypic.com/35jw414.jpg (top of hat),

i40.tinypic.com/53r435.jpg (bottom of hat)

Here are the materials you will need to crochet this hat:

Once ounce of Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight yarn in your color of choice

Size H crochet hook

Yarn needle (for weaving ends in)

Scissors

Gauge: Two rounds of double crochet equals one inch.

Round One: Chain four, join with a slip stitch in the first chain to form a ring, chain three, work eleven double crochets into the chain four ring you just made, join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of twelve double crochets in Round One).

Round Two: Chain three, work one double crochet in the same double crochet as the beginning chain three, work two double crochets in the next double crochet and in each double crochet around (you will now have a total of twenty-four double crochets in Round Two).

Round Three: Chain three, work one double crochet in the same double crochet as the beginning chain three, work two double crochets in the next double crochet and in each double crochet around, join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of forty-eight double crochets in Round Three).

Round Four: Chain three, work one double crochet in the next double crochet, work two double crochets in the next double crochet, * double crochet in the next two double crochets, work two double crochets in the next double crochet, repeat these instructions from the * around, joining with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of sixty-four double crochets in Round Four).

Round Five: Chain three, work one double crochet in the next double crochet, double crochet decrease over the next two double crochets, * double crochet in the next two double crochets, double crochet decrease over the next two double crochets, repeat these instructions from the * around, joining with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of forty-eight stitches in Round Five).

Round Six: Chain three, work one double crochet in the next double crochet, double crochet decrease over the next two double crochets, * double crochet in the next two double crochets, double crochet decrease over the next two double crochets, repeat these instructions from the * around,  join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will now have a total of thirty-six double crochets in Round Six). Fasten off and weave ends in securely.

Need help crocheting? Try the Lion Brand Yarn learning center here: learntocrochet.lionbrand.com/

Feel free to sell these berets in your etsy stores or elsewhere.

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Comments (1)
Marjorie Jones

Just wanted to send a quick thank you for sharing this pattern. I added a couple of ties to it, and it made the perfect size beret for a teacup french poodle! Now he's the best dressed dog in the neighborhood!

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