Monday, June 22, 2009

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This is a very simple hat and very quick to make. Using a J hook and worsted weight yarn, I used red heart, and it fits a 20 1/2 inch head very nicely. Very easily adjustible by either adding increase rows or taking away.
Rnd 1) ch3, 11dc in 3rd ch from hook (11dc) sl st to top of first dc (now and through out),
Rnd 2) ch2, (does not count as dc now and through out) 2dc in each st around, sl st to top of first dc
Rnd 3) ch 2 * 2dc in first st, 1dc in next st around, repeat from * around slip st to join
Rnd 4) ch2, *2dc in first st, dc in next 2dc , repeat from * around, join
Rnd 5) ch2, * 2dc in first st, dc in next 3dc , repeat from * around, join
Rnd 6) ch2, dc in same st and each st around
Rnd 7 and 8) Repeat rnd 6
Rnd 9) ch2, dc in same st, dc in next 21 sts, ch10, skip next 9 sts, dc in next st and in each st accross, slip st to join
Rnd 10) ch2, dc in same st and in next 21 sts, ch 10, skip 10 chains, dc in next dc and in each remaining dc, slip st to join
Rnd 11 and 12) Repeat rnd 10
Rnd 13) ch1, sc in same st and in next 21 sts, ch5, sc over all ch 10's by bunching together and into 5th dc of the 9 skipped dc on row 9, ch5, sc in next dc and in each dc around slip stitch to join, fasten off. I hope you can see in the pic how I did row 13.
Please feel free to sell your creations as you like... just maybe link to my pattern or tag with my website. Thanks, and happy hooking.


262 comments:

  1. Beautiful hat! I was looking for the perfect hat to make for a friend's little girl, this is it!
    Thank you for sharing your pattern♥

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  2. Awesome - thank you so much for the pattern - it will look darling on my little girl. Cheers Heather :)

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  3. I love this hat, and your little girl is adorable!! I've been looking for a cute hat to make for my girls and my god-daughter, this one is it!

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    Amanda

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  4. What a great hat! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  5. This is so adorable! I can't wait to make this!

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  6. Thanks everyone and you are all welcome! Have fun!

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  7. I love it! Can I ask what yarn you used?

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  8. OOPS.. I can't believe I forgot to put that down. I used Red Heart Super Saver.

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  9. What an adorable hat. I think I have enough leftover yarn to try that for my little one. Thank you for sharing.

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  10. Please forgive a question from a beginner. I am stuck on round 3 because I don't understand the *, I only see one * and am not sure what to repeat. Is it 1 DC in (all) each of the previous st (so you're just adding 1 extra stitch for that row), or *2DC in first stitch, 1DC in second stitch* repeat that for the round? Cute hat, making it for my toddler, thank you!

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  11. Wow, this is GORGEOUS! I would love to link to this if you don't mind! It's going on my "must hook" list right now!

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  12. I went back and tried to adjust round 3, hope that helps. You are adding an extra stitch after every one st on that round, 2sts on the next round and so on.

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  13. Oh my gosh! I loved the Jayde hat, but this tops that a million times! I absolutely love it. It's the prettiest little hat I've seen in a long time. Thank you for offering this as a free pattern.

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  14. This is a wonderful hat!! I love the detail... I made it into an adult sized hat and it's so retro and glam looking. Thanks for sharing this!! :)

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  15. You are very welcome! I'm glad you liked it.

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  16. oh I love it I may very well learn to crochet just for this hat!

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  17. LOVE the hat. Great way to spice up the plain ol beanie!

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  18. I love it. Can't wait to give it a try. Thank you for sharing your hard work.

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  19. What fabulous patterns you have on your site. And your photos are gorgeous. Thanks so much for sharing. I can see I will be lurking for months to come!

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  20. Adorable! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  21. This is so pretty--thank you for sharing it with us:)

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  22. Very cute ited. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

    ash

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  23. so beautiful hat and so beautiful Olivia !!!! very cute !!!! thanks for pattern ....

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  25. I don't know what's cuter, the hat or Olivia!

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  26. Oh my goodness ... adorable!!! Hat and Olivia! Thank you so much!

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  27. Great hat!! Olivia is such a cutie too! My 2 year old daughter absolutely loves butterflies, so this will be hanging from my hook soon enough!! Thank you so much for sharing your pattern :o)

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  28. Love the hat - thanks for sharing!

    From a fellow Mainer...

    Marie

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  29. Such a darling pattern! I am so going to make this cute hat!

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  30. The best pattern i ever saw! It is beautiful and my favorite of all time!
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    Sue

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  31. I absolutely enjoyed making this hat! It's my first hat I've crocheted. Thank you for sharing. I'm so proud :)

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  33. wonderful pattern for a beanie, I love it! I'm going to give it a try. My first crochet attempt.

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  34. Hello there - just thought I'd drop by to thank you for your pattern. It was a pleasure to create - twice (I failed to check that you were providing 'American' instructions!!)

    http://www.myrtleandeunice.com/2009/08/comedy-of-woollen-errors.html

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  35. i need your help,sorry to be a pain,
    rnd 4,do you do 2dc in the one dc,then 1dc in each one,then continue this way
    thanks ever so much

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  36. Love little hat! My daughter adores butterflies and she will love this hat! Thanks for helping me figure out what to make her for Christmas!!

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  37. Im a huge fan of butterflies. So when I saw this pattern I had to make it...sitting here making it right now. My daughter loves the hat so far.

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  38. This hat is wonderful, I just made it for my daughter. Thank you!

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  39. Such adorable pics and such a beautiful hat! I can't wait to try this pattern.

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  40. Thank you very much for this pattern. I had attempted my first crochet hat with a pattern I purchased off etsy. It was supposed to be for beginners, but I didn't have much luck. It turned out horrible and I was disappointed. I came across this pattern by accident and it was just what I was looking for. I started... and COMPLETED it in a few hours. It was very easy :) I was so excited and proud that I made something that looked so nice. My daughter wore it to school the next day and received many compliments! Thank you!! It was just what I needed to boost my confidence :)
    I was going to send you a picture, but was unable to find an email. If you would like to see how it turned out, then email me and I'll send it to you.
    I also had a "novice" question. If I was going to increase the size a bit, how would I do that and where? I'm guessing that I would add a row for each size increase I wanted, but I just want to make sure. Do I add a row of increase in stitches?? Or just repeat a row?? Will that mess up the rest of the hat if I continue on with the directions after adding rows (I'm more worried about the stitch count for the butterfly part)?
    Thank you again for your wonderful patterns. I can't wait to try a few more :)

    Gratefully from a Crochet "Jedi" in Training,
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    amykandes73 at yahoo dot com

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  42. Thank you so much for the Pattern! I made one last night, but made a few adjustments for an adult size. I noticed with starting the first round as 11 DC, it made a cone like shape to it after a while (fine when it is being worn) but I decided to start off with 14 DC, as I would with the many infant hats I've made and it made it much easier. If you add another row of increases, ch2, * 2dc, dc in next 4dc , repeat from * around, join. It actually makes the hat too big for an adult size, Go up to a K hook and I would recommend just adding another Round ch2, dc in same st and each st around and it should make it big enough for an adult size, I'm 21 and it fits me, after the change from 11 DC to 14 DC.

    Just a few recommendations from a person who loves to crochet hats. :-)
    I hope this helps with anyone wanting to make adult sizes! I've been getting many requests for them!

    (sorry had to edit I got my hat patterns mixed up!

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  43. This is a super great pattern. Easy to follow and gorgeous results. I posted pictures of mine and a link back to you at: http://craftevangelist.blogspot.com/2009/10/i-made-this-olivias-butterfly.html

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  44. i LOVE this hat :) but i'm having some difficulty reading the pattern...
    in round 4 it says "2dc, dc in next 2dc, repeat"

    does that mean 2dc in next st, then dc in next st, then 2dc in the next st, then repeat? i'm very confused LOL

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  45. Thank you SO much for a wonderful hat. I just made one for my daughter Haylee and it literally took me about 45 minutes. Fast and easy, perfect for me! Here is a link to a picture of my hat if you'd like to take a look.

    http://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs047.snc3/13445_305290665491_588730491_9788815_1251693_n.jpg

    I am going to attempt the granny square bag next I think.

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  46. Thank you for sharing your pattern of Olivia's Butterfly! I found your site by accident one day searching for crochet hat patterns. The hat looks so good on your daughter (who is adorable) that I had to make one for my little girl. The pattern was very easy to follow and was made in less then an hour. My little girl is only 2, with a smaller head so I removed row 8 and it was a perfect fit. A few photos can be seen on my blog at sweepinghands.wordpress.com if you are interested. Thanks again!

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  47. Awesome, simple, adorable pattern! Thank you! The pattern was very easy to follow!

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  48. this was so fun, easy and quick to make! what an awesome idea to change just a few stitches to make it unique and beautiful. i made one for my two year old cousin and I'm planning to make a matching scarf too! i'll send a pic/pattern if you'd like!

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  49. I have just started crocheting again and tried this pattern, I love it, great directions and so darling. Thank you so much!!

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  50. Thank you for the pattern. Your girl is adorable :X

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  51. Thank you so much for this pattern!! It is so beautiful and easy to do. As a novice crocheter I have a question - If I wanted to make this for a one yr. old could I go down a hook size and take out row 8?

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  54. This hat is so cute. However, I tried to make it for a little girl, but ended up with it being too big for me. I think a J hook is too big. What do you suggest I do to make it smaller? email me at leannepayne@gmail.com

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  55. LeAnne, I had the same problem. Pulled out what I had done and tried with an H hook and it was still too big. I also tried making the stitches so tight that I almost couldn't work with it. Any suggestions?

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  56. Wonderful! I'm not sure what's cuter... the hat or the model :)
    I'm in the middle of making this now, it's quick and easy! I'm using a size I hook (and a worsted weight yarn, which is slightly thinner than Red Heart Classic), and it looks like it would be about the right size for a 4-5 year old.
    Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  57. I LOVE that you are okay with people selling a creation made by your pattern.
    Doesn't happen often any more in a "me me me" society. You're awesome.
    The hat is beautiful

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  58. Love the pattern! I am going to link it up in my blog crocheteveryday.blogspot.com (if you go there now, it's blank, I'm starting the posts on the 1st ) let me know if you don't want it shared, but it seems like you are a fan of sharing! Thanks! I will also post one of your pictures as an example, and site you. Again, let me know if that's not okay. :)

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  59. I'm so glad you all like the pattern. I'm sorry if I missed any one that needed help. I have been really busy. Happy New Year everyone!

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  60. I took out row 8 and this hat is even too big for my large noggin. I need it to fit a 3 year old. Only thing I can think of, is that the weight of the yarn is too bulky?? (Even tried I hook)!

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  61. Just whipped this up for my 2.5 year old. Used an old ball of worsted weight acrylic in a mauve color. The only change I made was to do 5 single crochets around the chain to make the body of the butterfly. Can't wait to see her face when she finds it at her place at the table in the morning!

    I haven't posted this on my blog yet, but I will as soon as I get a good photo.

    http://themaxwellscrafts.blogspot.com/

    Thank you!

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  62. Made this hat for myself, will be posting it tomorrow on my blog with a direct link to your page. Thanks a lot for the pattern.

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  63. Hey, just finished the hat! finished it in a few hours, cute little diddy, i love how the butterfly came out. I used an 'i' hook and a slightly lighter yarn, still worked, and fits my head.

    This was my second attempt at the hat, I think i tried it the first time i didn't understand crocheting in the round very well, not having the number of stitches at the end of each line got me all befuddled, cuz i wasn't sure where to put the sl stich ect. so a few projects later i gave it a try again and have a nice hat for my lil cousin. Thanks!

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  64. I've made this and posted pic and link for you on my blog

    http://jens-shangrila.blogspot.com/

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  65. Beautiful Hat! I made this for my daughter in an hour she loves it, thanks for sharing!!!!

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  66. Brilliant!...such a beautiful pattern and a darling little model. I'm off to make one of my own. Thanks so much for the beautiful pattern!

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  67. I'm really stuck on round 4. Is the 2dc done in the first st or is it one dc twice or in a stitch each and then is the dc in next 2dc a dc in the bit between the 2dc on the previous row or dc in the next 2 stitches. Omg I'm confused and I know what I'm trying to say lol thanks for any help. I love this hat and I'm doing them for the Xmas shoeboxes for the kids. I'm also looking forward to looking at your other hats. Thanks so much for sharing. I'm very new to crochet but fast learning

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  68. Tks for sharing.
    It's going to be one of my FO very soon.
    :)

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  69. THANK YOU SO MUCH! I'm a beginner crocheter, I taught myself on you tube and I've been having trouble reading and understand certain patterns I've come across. This is the first one I've done without any hesitation and it turned out PERFECT!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!

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  70. my daughter's been wanting a hat with a bow on it this year and i think this might work. i love it!

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  71. I LOVE this! I made it for my daughter, but it came out too big for her pea-sized head, so I'm wearing it now! (hmm.. wonder where the pea-sized head came from!) I posted about it on my blog:
    http://thedirtroaddiva.blogspot.com/2010/10/needle-snob.html
    I'm new to crocheting and LOVE all your patterns! Thanks so much for sharing and making them easy to follow. I hope you stop by.

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  72. Valerie, thank you so much for all the patterns. They are absolutely cute. I have already tried the Butterfly cap and my 2yo daughter loves it! I have postet it today on my blog: http://tinkerpot.kidrock.at
    It would be a pleasure, if you would visit my blog.

    Big thanks from Austria
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  73. Valerie, I saw this pattern on Ravelry and I also saw a picture of a matching scarf. Do you have the pattern for it or did someone just make it up off of the hat?? Thanks!!!

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  74. Lovely pattern and thanks so much for sharing! I made two last night in about 2.5 hours.

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  75. Thanks for the beautiful pattern for the hat it is perfect for a beautiful little girl. I plan to give it to a little girl I babysit! It is going to be a wonderful surprise for her. Very easy too, made it in one night! Thanks again.

    Valerie Shears

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  76. This is such a cute pattern and SUPER easy! These hats are going to make great Christmas gifts. Thank you for posting your patterns. You are very talented.

    Jessica

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  77. Really lovely pattern and took me just over an hour to make. I used a double knit wool and took the hook size to a UK 3.5mm and it fits my 6 month old.

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  78. Thank You so much for sharing your hat patterns. I love them all! I love making the Olivia hat...it is so versatile! I made these hats all summer long while camping...and I wound up with 106 of the Olivia's! (I made them for our church's hat and coat drive.) Most of the hats I left plain; but I decorated some of them with crocheted flowers or butterflies...my favorite is a huge chrysanthemum in a contrasting color to the color of the hat...just adorable! If anyone's interested in the instructions for the mum, I'd be happy to share it...just e-mail me at diggysgram@gmail.com

    Thanks again for sharing, and God bless you and your beautiful family!

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  79. I am so glad you are all enjoying the patterns. I'm so sorry if I have missed a comment. I don't always have time to get to every post and check them all. I have posted a few of my emails and check them regularly. Those I will get to as soon as I can.

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  84. I want to attempt this hat, though I've only followed a hat pattern (or any pattern) once before and it came out huge. Do you think this pattern will fit for a 9 year old or would it need to be adjusted? I just taught my bf's daughter to crochet and I want to give this to her as a birthday gift!

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  85. Thanks for the pattern, it is so cute! Just finished making one this evening while watching TV for my cousin's little girl...it turned out great!

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  86. absolutely love all your hats on your blog! This one is my favorite as well as my daughters! Thank you for sharing hope to see more from you soon!

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  87. I am new to crochet....I don't understand the direction sl st to top of first dc.....slip stitch to top of first double crochet? i just can't picture how to do that....is there a good website that might show simple instructions like that? Thanks! I love the hat, but need to work through the pattern.....

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  88. Lovely hat, thanks for sharing.
    I am new to crochet too. It is not too difficult to make. i did made one last week to donate for a little program for children ...

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  89. This is a beautiful hat ... thank u for sharing!

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  90. I saw the pattern on C Beth...linked to your pattern and made the hat in 1/2 hour. Lavender boucle with an added ruffle. It is so cute for my baby granddaughter, Azalea!!!

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  91. What a cute hat! I have been looking for a simple pattern for a chemo cap for my sons friend in Kindergarten. I think I will make her a few, they are so quick to make. Thanks!

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  92. This is a very cute pattern love it...Hope I had lot of materials...i'm making it for the benefit of out of school youth for them to go to school...Hope you could give me one of your extra materials

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  93. Hey, what is this hat's height? 13 rows but how much in inches or cm? (I'm not having child with me here so it's difficult to make right size.)

    Thank you!

    Beautiful hat! :)

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  96. I love your pattern (looks like a hat I was admiring on Etsy, so thanks!). I made this one last night, fits my 2 y/o with no modifications, but it'll fit for awhile, so that's great. Made the doll version tonight, so cute! Can't wait to show my daughter when she wakes up in the morning. :)

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    Thank you so much for sharing the pattern.

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  135. I made 2 of these hats just in a few hours this evening. I have some adults wanting me to make some for them! Would you be willing to help me figure out how to adjust this to fit an adult? I have dabbled in crocheting for years and have recently (as in last 2 years) really tried to get back into doing it and teaching myself new things. I'm not near good enough to be able to figure out the adult sized adjustments on my own. Thanks!

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  138. Beautiful pattern, where can I find the scarf pattern?

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  140. This is so cute but I am a beginner and I am stuck at 13 I don't understand what I am supposed to do after te chain 5.

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  144. This pattern was super easy to follow and extremely quick to finish up! Thank you so much for sharing. I'll be sure to post your link on my blog and thank you for sharing again!! My daughter loves the pattern.

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  145. This is an ADORABLE hat. I made it for my niece for Christmas, and messed around with the design until I made a scarf to match. I know she will LOVE them. Thanks so much for sharing this pattern! As soon as I get the kinks worked out from my camera, I will upload a picture of the scarf. :-D

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  147. Pardon my newness....Round 4...Is it 2 then 1 and 1, then 2 then 1 and 1, repeating?

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  148. HI! just found your blog. love the hat. making it now. just a quick question. on RND 13 where the chains are, you say ch 5, then sc in each ch... then there's another ch 5...I don't see where that is in the picture.

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  149. Ok, so I just looked at the pictures again, i get it! LOL. I now feel like an idiot. LOL. This is a very cute hat. I look forward to making a bunch more in the near future. :)

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  151. I am expecring a baby girl (any day now!) and today i have made both this hat (modified to be smaller) and the brimmed baby hat! Thank you so much for theses awesome patterns!
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  153. I love this pattern. All of my granddaughters and my niece and her two daughters absolutely love it too. I was wondering if you have come up with a matching scarf? I tried to design one, but I just couldn't keep the sides straight. They want to bow in. Didn't turn out very well.

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  166. Hello I would like to make this for a friend of mine with breast cancer as she just lost all her hair. How could I make this into an adult women's hat?

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  168. Doing this as my first ever crochet project :D LOVING IT!!!
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  179. Hi, I have just finished making the hat, but it didn't work.

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