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Crochet PATTERN for 0-3 month Little Fox Baby Hat
It's finally here! I've had so many requests for my little fox baby hat, and up until now I've only had the abbreviated notes written by myself that I made when designing the hat. I was pretty sure no one else would have been able to understand my notes, or my handwriting for that matter, so I needed to translate these into a legible, easy to understand pattern. It took me awhile and some serious concentration but I have turned my scribble into pattern that can be easily followed by any beginning crocheter. You can even use this pattern to make a Little Fox Beanie by not adding the ear-flaps and straps, or you can make an aviator ear-flap hat by not adding the ears!
HAT SIZE: 0 to 3 months = 12.5"-14" (will stretch slightly)
*More sizes coming soon
PATTERN LEVEL: Beginner/Intermediate
-Knowledge of basic crochet stitches (chain, single crochet, double crochet, slip stitch)
-Ability to read basic crochet patterns
- 2 skeins of Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Yarn (Rust), 2 skeins of Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Yarn (Linen), and 10" of Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Yarn (Black)
- Tapestry needle to weave in loose yarn ends
- Crochet hook size K, or size needed to reach gauge
With this pattern you will receive the instructions needed to complete a 0-3month Little Fox Baby Hat (as shown in the pictures above), and unlimited technical support by yours truly ;-)
Your pattern will be available as a PDF download immediately after completing your purchase. Please let me know if you prefer it in Microsoft Word format, or physically mailed to you. I could also just copy and paste it into an email but you will loose the fancy formatting and the pictures would be attached separately.
You may sell the hats you make with my pattern,
but do not sell the pattern itself, and please do not sell them on
Etsy or within the state of Oregon. Please understand that this is
just to protect my ability to sell my original product locally and
within the Etsy community.
Thanks for viewing!
Handmade with love in Portland, Oregon
~ by Ilya Hobgood
One more note:
I work hard to ensure my patterns are accurate and easy to read. Please follow the directions carefully and contact me at any time with questions. Since I have no control over physical conditions, individual skill, interpretation, or chosen tools, I cannot be held at fault for errors in your finished project.