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Crochet Tutorial: Ribbon and Bow Hat

I had a request to make a baby girl hat in red and white, and it had to have a BOW! I LOVE girly things, and I LOVE bows! This was the best combination for a quick and easy project that I could film a tutorial for! Seriously, this project is great for the beginner crocheter, but everybody can enjoy making this adorable hat!

Bowtastic!

I found this free pattern online at Classy Crochet, and I got some inspiration to make this hat. I did not follow the pattern completely, so if you follow along with my video it will be a little different than the written pattern. I used the hat shell pattern completely and it turned out great. However, I modified the bow using my own method. You can watch this video to make your bow bigger or smaller.

This hat would be perfect to give as a gift to any baby girl, for a baby shower gift, or even for your own little one! You can change out the bow and add a flower, you can leave it plain with just a stripe, or you could add your own embellishments!

In this video I demonstrate how to crochet a baby hat that will fit a 9-12 month old baby. If you want to make a smaller hat, use an H-5.00mm hook. If you want it larger, use a J-6.00mm hook.

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat

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~Nadia

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2 responses

  1. Pingback: Crochet Tutorial: Baby Sandals with a Bow | YARNutopia by Nadia Fuad

  2. Pingback: Crochet Tutorial: Baby Dress with a Bow | YARNutopia by Nadia Fuad

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