Let me show you how to crochet this simple snowflake hat. It’s called a snowflake hat because of the fussy cut frayed tag at the brim (13.21), that uses scraps of fabric left over from making this adorable skirt.
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You won’t believe how easy and fast it is to make that sweet fat bow and attach it to the waistband of the skirt, and then you won’t believe how easy it is to put a fat bow on an elastic pony tail holder, You will find yourself wanting to add bows to everything!
There are 3 sizes included in the pattern below and you will find the Snowflake tag there as well. You can follow the step by step video on youtube. You will love this video and if you could give it a like and subscribe, I would appreciate it so much!
Snowflake Hat Crochet Pattern
(4″x4″) 12 hdc w x 9 rows h
Supply List For The Snowflake Hat Crochet Pattern:
Any (4) worsted weight yarn, 200 to 300 yards in white and a small amount of red.
Scraps of Flannel Fabric:
1.5″ w x 3″ long (red snowflake or any snowflake printed fabric will do)
Any snowflake button that you are happy to sew on to the patch at the brim.
A scrap piece is all you need. (Appox. 3″ w x 5″ h) This fleece is found in the interfacing section at fabric stores. Pellon is a common name brand.
Heat and Bond Lite
1″ x 2.5″ piece
Scissors & sewing needle and thread.
Used to weave in ends and to make the snowflake pom pom
Crochet Stitch Guide For The Snowflake Hat Crochet Pattern
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
w/slp st = with slip stitch
beg = beginning
nxt = next
st = stitch
* * = repeat the sequence between the stars according to pattern directions
1. The pattern for the hat is split into portions. “Top Of The Hat”; “Sides Of The Hat” & “Brim”
Directions to crochet different sizes are written at the end of the rounds. Example: Drop down to “Sides of the Hat” and continue in the pattern according the 9-12 mo size.
2. Beg. chains do not count as a stitch throughout the crochet pattern.
The complete written pattern for the Snowflake hat is found HERE.
Flannel Snowflake Tag Tutorial
Cut a piece of flannel that is 1.5″ wide x 3″ long. Following the photo tutorial steps, starting at number 1, proceed to fray the fabric. (Cutting the strip on the grain will make it easier to fray)
Trim the fleece from the back of the tag and fold it in half to place around the brim, and sew it in place.
Sew the snowflake button in place and you are finished!
Will you be making a snowflake hat for your little ones? Let me know in the comments.
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