Stretchy Hat Pattern - 15-20 weeks

Medium Weight Yarn 
H crochet hook 
yarn needle 

ch = chain 
sl st = slip stich 
sc = single crochet 
hdc = half double crochet 
dc = double crochet 


Ch 11
Row 1- SC in second ch from hook, HDC in next 1, DC in next 8, CH 3 turn

Row 2- DC in the back loop of each stitch for the next 8 stitches, HDC in back loop, SC, CH 1 turn

Row 3 – SC, HDC in back loop, 8 DC in back loop, CH 3 turn

Row 4 – repeat row 2

Row 5 – repeat row 3

Row 6 - repeat row 2

Row 7 – repeat row 3

Row 8 – repeat row 2

Row 9 – SC, HDC in back loop, 8 DC in back loop, end.

There are many ways to seam the hat closed. I like the whip stitch, but go with what you like. Seam up the edge and then weave yarn around the top (where the single crochet row is). Pull tight and weave in end for a secure fit.

Note: Give your hat a tug test once complete. Make sure no seam comes undone, so tug along the bottom and top. These hats may need to be stretched to be gently placed on a baby's head, and we don't want them falling apart.

To Finish: You do not need to add anything more to this hat design but if you wish a pom pom is always cute (you can get some very small pom pom makers) or glue/sew a premade one to the top. You can also tie a ribbon at the top or add a patch/button to the front.

Hat Pattern is copyrighted to Miscarriage Blankets and More. Pattern is not to be resold. Items made from pattern are for personal or donation purposes only not to be sold. Image represents the smallest head and largest head the hats will fit.

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