How to Crochet a Large Doll Hat
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How to Crochet a Large Doll Hat

This hat is designed to fit a 20" doll.

This hat is designed to fit a 20" doll.

Here is the link to a much larger photo of this hat: i39.tinypic.com/24e6mv7.jpg

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

1/2 ounce of Red Heart Super Saver Pastel Pink worsted weight yarn (or color of your choice)

Size J crochet hook

Yarn needle (for weaving ends in)

Scissors

Gauge: Two rounds of double crochet equals 1 1/8".

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 ring you just made, join with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you now have a total of twelve double crochets, counting the beginning chain three as one double crochet).

Round Two: Chain three, work one double crochet into 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 now have a total of twenty-four double crochets, counting the beginning chain three as one double crochet).

Round Three: Chain three, work one double crochet in the next double crochet, work two double crochets in the next double crochet, * work one double crochet into each of the next two double crochets, work two double crochets into the next double crochet, repeat instructions from * around, joining with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you now have a total of thirty-two double crochets, counting the beginning chain three as one double crochet).

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

Rounds Five-Seven: Chain three, work one double crochet into the next double crochet and into each double crochet around, joining rounds with a slip stitch in the top of the beginning chain three (you will have a total of forty-two double crochets in each round, counting the beginning chain three as one double crochet).

Round Eight: Chain one, work one single crochet in the same double crochet as chain one, chain three, skip one double crochet, * work one single crochet in the next double crochet, chain three, skip one double crochet, repeat instructions from * around, joining with a slip stitch in the beginning single crochet (you now have a total of twenty-one single crochets and twenty-one chain-three spaces). Fasten off and weave ends in securely.

Feel free to sell these hats in your etsy stores or elsewhere!

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Comments (3)

I've tried crocheting a yamaka before it is quite addictive!

I was once crocheting during my younger days...

Excellent

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