Monday, October 28, 2013

Easy Hat, Scarf and Neck Warmer Crochet Patterns in 4 sizes: Baby to Teen/ Adult



Easy Hat, Scarf and Neck Warmer
Crochet Patterns in 4 sizes: Baby to Teen/Adult

by Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen

Publisher:
K & J Publishing
Cambridge, England
kandjdolls.blogspot.com

Text © 2013 Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen - All rights reserved
Photos © 2013 Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen - All rights reserved

First Edition
Publication date: 27th of October 2013

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Table of Contents

Easy Hat, Scarf and Neck Warmer

The Scarf, Hat and Neck Warmer are easy and quick to make. You only use single crochet stitches (US) or double crochet stitches (UK). The Hat & Neck Warmer you can make in one to one and a half hour. The Scarf takes about 2 hours.
This pattern is written and copyrighted by Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen. It is available for free on Sayjai's blog: kandjdolls.blogspot.com. Do not share this pattern on ther internet. Instead link to the pattern on the blog.

Abbreviations

(US Crochet Abbreviations)
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
st = stitch
sl = slip

Remarks

  1. This project is working in rows and working in back loops only.
  2. Crochet using 2 strands of yarn.

Gauge

Single crochet and work in back loops only
9 sts = 4” (10 cm)
10 rows = 4” (10cm)

Hat for Baby 6 – 12 months


Materials


  1. DK, Light Worsted: Cygnet Pato DK color pink 912 = 20 g
  2. DK, Light Worsted: Sirdar Fresco shade 0806 = 25 g
  3. 10 mm hook (US: N, UK: 000)
  4. Tapestry needle
  5. Pompom Maker size 5.5 cm

Hat

Working in back loops only.
Row 1: With one strand of Cygnet Pato DK color pink 912 and one strand of Sirdar Fresco shade 0806, ch 15, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 13 chs, turn. (14)
Row 2-32: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. (14)
Row 33: Ch 1, sc in each st across, leave long end for sewing, fasten off. (14)
Sew the first and last rows together, knot securely then thread yarn through ends of rows along top edge and pull to gather for top of hat and knot securely.
Pompom Make one pompom and tie to top of hat.

Toddler Hat and Neck Warmer


Materials


  1. DK, Light Worsted: Robin DK color Skyway Marl 011 = 40g
  2. DK, Light Worsted: Bonny Baby DK from Robin color blue 1362 = 40g
  3. 10 mm hook (US: N, UK: 000)
  4. Tapestry needle
  5. Pompom Maker size 5.5 cm

Toddler Square Hat

Working in back loops only.
Row 1: With one strand of Skyway Marl 011 and one strand of blue 1362, ch 17, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 15 chs, turn. (16)
Row 2-36: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. (16)
Row 37: Ch 1, sc in each st across, leave long end for sewing, fasten off. (16)
Sew the first and last rows together, knot securely then sew along top edge of hat.
Pompom Make two pompoms and tie to both sides of hat.

Neck Warmer

With one strand of Skyway Marl 011 and one strand of blue 1362, the instructions are same as Baby hat but only sew the first and last rows together.

Child Hat, Scarf and Neck Warmer


Materials for Blue Scarf and Hat


  1. DK, Light Worsted: Sirdar Fresco shade 0810 = 120 g
  2. DK, Light Worsted: Bonny Baby DK from Robin color blue 1362 = 100g
  3. 10 mm hook (US: N, UK: 000)
  4. Tapestry needle
  5. Pompom Maker size 5.5 cm
For the Dark Gray Scarf and Hat (see photo): use Bulky, Chunky, Craft a.k.a. Rug (Sirdar Hayfield Bonus Chunky) and a 10 mm hook. Only crochet one strand of yarn. Use the same patterns as for the blue scarf and hat below.

Blue Hat

Working in back loops only.
Row 1: With one strand of Fresco shade 0810 and one strand of blue 1362, ch 20, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 18 chs, turn. (19)
Row 2-40: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. (19)
Row 41: Ch 1, sc in each st across, leave long end for sewing, fasten off. (19)
Sew the first and last rows together, knot securely then thread yarn through ends of rows along top edge and pull to gather for top of hat and knot securely.
Pompom Make one pompom and tie to top of hat.

Neck Warmer

The instructions are the same as for the Toddler Hat, but only sew the first and last rows together.

Scarf

Working in back loops only.
Row 1: With one strand of Fresco shade 0810 and one strand of blue 1362, ch 130, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 128 chs, turn. (129)
Row 2-14: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. (129)
Row 15: Ch 1, sc in each st across, fasten off. (129)
Fringe Cut 30 pieces of Sirdar Fresco shade 0810 yarn and 30 pieces of Bonny Baby DK from Robin color blue 1362, 12 inches long. Hold 3 strands of each yarn and fold it in half. Use a crochet hook to pull it through the end of rows. There will be a little loop on one side, pull the yarn through that little loop to make a knot. Make 5 fringes evenly spaced across each end of scarf. You can trim the ends to whatever length you like.

Teen or Adult Hat, Scarf and Neck Warmer


Materials

For materials you can use:

  1. DK, Light Worsted: Sirdar Fresco shade 0808 = 125 g
  2. DK, Light Worsted: Robin DK color taupe 093 = 100g
  3. 10 mm hook (US: N, UK: 000)
  4. Tapestry needle
  5. Pompom Maker size 7.0 cm

Hat

Working in back loops only.
Row 1: With one strand of Fresco shade 0808 and one strand of taupe 093, ch 23, sc in second chain from hook, sc in next 21 chs, turn. (22)
Row 2-44: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. (22)
Row 45: Ch 1, sc in each st across, leave long end for sewing, fasten off. (22)
Sew the first and last rows together, knot securely then thread yarn through ends of rows along top edge and pull to gather top of hat and knot securely.
Pompom Make one pompom and tie to top of hat.

Neck Warmer

The instructions are the same as for the Child Hat but only sew the first and last rows together.

Scarf

The instructions are same as for the Child Scarf.

About the Author

The author Sayjai is from Thailand and lives in the UK. She has been crocheting for over 30 years. In 2009 she started designing Amigurumi and in 2012 she created a series of bags and sleeves. She publishes patterns under the names "K and J Dolls" and "K and J Publishing". Most of her designs are sold in her online shops and by well known booksellers (as e-books). She often publishes free patterns on her blog:
kandjdolls.blogspot.com.

Copyright

Copyright 2013 Sayjai Thawornsupacharoen. All rights reserved. This pattern is for your personal use only. Cannot be reproduced, published online, altered or resold.
1st Edition (this Edition): October 2013
You can sell finished hats and scarfs based on this pattern, provided that they are handmade by you (the seller) and a limited number. Please add the following lines to your online add: The design for this hat and scarf is made by Sayjai of K and J Dolls. Blog:
kandjdolls.blogspot.com

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