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Head Huggers: Child's Cap Crochet Pattern: 4

The Princess Sarina Tiara Beanie

Crochet Child's Head Hugger
Designed by: Ro Cafaro
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This hat is worked in rounds, using a variety of crochet hook sizes and front/back loop only rounds, please read the directions carefully as you go!
Made using worsted weight yarn (Red Heart TLC in this case)

Size:    This hat should fit a 5-7 year old girl.

To make beanie:

Rnd 1. Using an I hook, chain 4, join with sl st. Work 11 dc into the ring, join.

Rnd 2. Chain 3, dc in same st. work 2 dc in each st around in FRONT LOOPS ONLY, join with sl st.

Rnd 3. Chain 3, dc in same st. *1 dc in next st, 2 dc in following st. * repeat from * around, join.

Rnd 4. Chain 3, dc in same st. *1 dc in next 2 sts, 2 dc in following st.* repeat around, join with sl st.

Rnd 5. Chain 3, dc in same st. * 1 dc in next 3 sts, 2 dc in following st. * repeat around, join with sl st.

Rnd 6. Chain 3, dc in same st. * 1 dc in next 4 sts, 2 dc in following st. * repeat around, join with sl. st.

Rnd 7. Chain 3, dc in same st. Work 1 dc into each st around, (still working in F.L.O. as in above rounds 2-6). Join with sl. st.

Rnd 8. Repeat Rnd 7

Rnd 9. Chain 2, dc in same st. *1 dc in next 3 sts in BACK LOOP ONLY, decrease. * Repeat around, join with sl st.

Rnd 10. Chain 2, dc in same st. * 1 dc in next 4 sts, in B.L.O. still. Decrease. * Repeat around, join with sl st.

Rnd 11. Chain 3, dc in same st. dc in each st around, still in B.L.O. join.

Rnd 12. Repeat rnd 11

Rnd 13. Chain 1, sc in each st around in F.L.O. join with sl st, finish off, weave in ends.

To make a smaller hat: skip round number 8 and round number 12.

To make Tiara:

Pick a contrasting yarn, such as white, or even gold or silver yarn to make the tiara portion of this hat.

With an F hook...

Row 1. chain 81. turn.

Row 2. sc in second st from hook, continue all the way across the row (80 sc) chain 1, turn.

Row 3. sc in each st across. (80 sc)

Row 4. sc in next 23 sts. sc five times in next st , sc in next 5 sts.

Switch to a G hook, ch 2, hdc 4 times in next st. Ch 2, sl st to same st as 4 hdc's.

Back to F hook, sc in next 5 sts. Switch to H hook, ch 2, hdc 4 times in next st. Ch 2, sl st to same st the hdc's are in.

Back to F hook, sc in next 5 sts. Switch to I hook, chain 3, dc 4 times in next st. Chain 3, sl st in same st as 4 dc's.

Back to F hook, sc in next 5 sts. Switch to H hook, ch 2, hdc 4 times in next st. Ch 2, sl st to same st the hdc's are in.

With F hook, sc in next 5 sts. Back to G hook, ch 2, hdc 4 times in next st. Ch 2, sl st to same st as 4 hdc's.

With F hook, sc in next 5 sts. sc 5 times in next st, sc in remaining sts to the end of the row. Finish off, weave in ends.

With yarn and a yarn needle, sew tiara to top of beanie, joining the chain loops at the bottom of the tiara to the loops of the 5th seam down from the top of hat. Be sure that whipstitch is only through these loops on the outside so there is no seam inside the hat to irritate skin. Sew edges of tiara together. Finish off, weave in ends.

"Jewels" may be made on tiara by sewing little circles of colored yarn on as decoration if desired.


This hat pattern may be used and shared for charity donations or gifts. NO HATS MADE FROM THIS PATTERN MAY BE SOLD FOR ANY REASON WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR! (rogrobanite@sbcglobal.net)

"Princess Tiara Beanie" copyright C.P.C. 2003

See this hat on it's namesake at Head Huggers In Use.