This pattern was written for the Sunset Crochet Fourth Annual Christmas Charity Challenge and I am so happy to have it back on the blog! Better late than never, right!? I really am fond of this pattern! The snowflake design was a happy accident. I didn’t set out with the intention of it turning out this way. Don’t you love it when that happens?
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This pattern is currently only available in Newborn Size, but I’m playing around in my head with all the different ways this stitch would work in different patterns! Until then, here is the Newborn Snowflake Beanie pattern just for you, and any Winter babies you may be hooking for!
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© Pamela Dajczak 2015
· Yarn: WW #4 yarn such as Caron Simply Soft
(Main photo used Caron Simply Soft in grey, and Downton Abby Lady Mary in Lily Ice)
· Hook: G hook (4.0 mm)
Sizing: Newborn 6” wide x 5.25” high to fit a 12-14″ head.
Gauge: 4”x4”= 13 hdc x 11 Rows
· ch: chain
· YO: yarn over
· st(s): stitch(es)
· sk: skip
· sp: space
· slst: slip stitch
· sc: single crochet
· hdc: half double crochet
· CL: cluster stitch
Special Pattern Notes: Always place first st in the same as beginning ch unless otherwise stated. When asked to join, always do so with a slst to the first stitch in that round, not the chain.
Special Stitch: Cluster (CL): *YO, insert hook in specified st and draw up a loop to height of a double crochet, YO and draw through 2 loops on hook, repeat from * once more in same st, YO and draw through all 3 loops on hook. CL made.
1: Starting with a magic circle, ch1, 10hdc in circle, join. Pull gently to close circle. (10)
2: Ch1, 2hdc in each st around, join. (20)
3: Ch1, hdc in first st, 2hdc in next, *hdc in next, 2hdc in next, repeat from * around, join. (30)
4: Ch1, hdc in first 2 sts, 2hdc in next, *hdc in next 2, 2hdc in next, repeat from * around, join. (40)
5-9: Ch1, hdc in each st around, join. (40)
** Change colors here to get a more pronounced Snowflake design!**
10: Ch1, sc in first st, ch2, sk1st, CL in next, ch2, sk1st, *sc in next, ch2, sk1st, CL in next, ch2, sk1st, repeat from * around, join. (10CL)
11: Ch5, *sc in next CL, ch5, repeat from * around until last CL, sc in last, ch3, join to 3rd ch in beginning ch5. (10sc)
12: Ch1, sc in same as join, ch2, CL in next sc, ch2, *sc in next ch5 space, ch2, CL in next sc, ch2, repeat from * around, join. (10CL)
**Change back to first color if yarn was switched in Round 10**
13: Ch1, hdc in first st, hdc in ch2 space, *hdc in CL, hdc in ch2 space, hdc in sc, hdc in ch2 space, repeat from * around, join. (40)
14: Ch1, sc in each st around, join. (40)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Add Pom Pom if desired.
So, what do you think? Should I work up some larger sizes?
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Until next time!
I would love bigger sizes. I wonder about the snowflake being stitched over top of the beanie? I guess I mean as frontpost stitches?
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Hi Laura! I really should work up some larger sizes. This could be a really cute pattern for siblings, or even myself!
I haven’t tried working these as post sts. If you try, be sure to come back and let us know how it worked out!