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“I love this pattern. I had trouble gauging and haven't figured it out yet but .when I do I will be so excited”
This crochet pattern includes the written instructions for the newsboy cap pictured. It has directions to make sizes infant through adult. The use and placement of different stitches in this hat make it unique from other newsboy hats. Make it in a neutral color such as black for a go with everything accesory, or make it bright and bold perhaps in red or yellow to really make a statement.
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2 1/2 oz or 120 yards 100% cotton worsted weight yarn such as sugar & cream or lion cotton.
Have done this one in camo flavored yarn adding a pint ribbon in the dc row and pink flower on the side. They loved it!! Also did a plain camo for a baby boy coming into the world in about a month. His mom is very excited about the hat.
I love this pattern. I had trouble gauging and haven't figured it out yet but .when I do I will be so excited
I made this for myself for the winter of 2011 and it was the only hat I wore :-). I am an experienced crocheter, but even so, I found the instructions easy to follow and I had no problems at all (unless you count when I crocheted 5 extra rows in pattern while waiting in lobby at dance class). It did not look right as a "slouchy" hat, so I took the extra rows out and finished it properly.
I used the Brava yarn from Knitpicks which worked up perfectly.
All told, it is a nice hat and a quick crochet.