Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid Newborn Boy Beanie
Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid newborn boy beanie was a suggestion my awesome friend Stacey gave me. The Cabbage patch kid boys either have loopy hair, a little tuff on the top of their head or a mohawk and I wasn’t sure which one to work up if I was going to work one up at all.
I was hoping to get some work done yesterday on my newest adventure but I was missing information and just didn’t have everything I need together so I decided I’d give it a go to work up a Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid Newborn boys beanie.
For this pattern you will need to know how to work up the loop stitch (lp st). You can find a great video tutorial for this stitch from Planet June on YouTube HERE. My loops were made by wrapping the yarn around my index finger just as shown in the video tutorial.
There is a Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid Newborn Beanie for Girls HERE, or you can just add pigtails or braids to this hat to turn it into a girls beanie.
Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid Newborn Boy Beanie Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: 3 oz Red Heart Soft Touch Yarn Mid Blue (174 yards/160 meters)
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Hook: US I9/5.5mm
Gauge: 7 hdc = 2″
- lp st – Loop Stitch. Video tutorial HERE.
- Do not join rnds unless otherwise specified.
- Do not turn unless specified.
This Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid beanie could be easily turned into a girl version by working up some pigtails or braids and adding them to the hat.
Crochet Cabbage Patch Kid Newborn Boy Beanie Pattern..
|Create Date||November 29, 2013|
|Last Updated||November 15, 2014|
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