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Hi .. I'm looking for this hat for a child.  I've searched the net but so far haven't had any luck.  Have any of you seen anything like this?  I saw a similar one on Ravelry but it had cables.  For a boy, I didn't think it would look quite right.  Thanks..  JaniceHat.JPG.9b10ad81271e10ed824aeb7b54ec3b5c.JPG

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Here is one.  It doesn't have that rolled brim or whatever (photo is blurry).  You could add it if you want it.

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/jester-hat-with-pom-poms

Here is another one, this one is free.

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pretty-in-pink-27

You have to be a member of Ravelry to get the first pattern, and maybe to even see them.  It is free to join though.

Good luck!  :)

 

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It's really just a tube--you could use any stitch pattern, make a chain the head measurement or slightly smaller since it will stretch a little, make it the length you want and seam up the top (whichever end of the tube stretches the most should be the brim).

Here is a list of hat/head sizes to give you an idea http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/size-chart.html

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This pattern is made from top to bottom, not around, so you'd chain more for a taller hat, but make more rows for a bigger 'around' measurement.  It's all ribbing, so will be nice and stretchy.  You'll be seaming the side and top.

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3 hours ago, Granny Square said:

This pattern is made from top to bottom, not around, so you'd chain more for a taller hat, but make more rows for a bigger 'around' measurement.  It's all ribbing, so will be nice and stretchy.  You'll be seaming the side and top.

Thanks for answering this inquiry Granny Square. I can't get on here quite as much as I'd like to. Hopefully in the near future. :)

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No worries Reni!

To the OP, this sort of 'make a rectangle and sew it up' also works for a more conventional hat, in fact it's the way I made my first hat decades ago.  Sew the side seam and gather the top instead of seaming it, then add a pom-pom to cover the gather.  

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Hi .. thanks for the addn'l help with the t-bag hat pattern.  I plan on making that one next.  I'm almost finished with the Pretty in Pink hat pattern that Empress Busy Bee suggested.  I'll post a picture in a couple of days to show you.  The pattern that I was originally looking for has a ribbed design.  I know the picture was poor.  It was similar to this one:

http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/easy-fit-ribbed-pompom-hat


 

The ribs are a bit farther apart on the one I'm looking for & it has the point type ears at the top.  

  • Here is a picture of a different pattern I used for my granddaughter.  It was fun to make.

 

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On 2/28/2018 at 1:31 AM, milney said:

Hi .. thanks for the addn'l help with the t-bag hat pattern.  I plan on making that one next.  I'm almost finished with the Pretty in Pink hat pattern that Empress Busy Bee suggested.  I'll post a picture in a couple of days to show you.  The pattern that I was originally looking for has a ribbed design.  I know the picture was poor.  It was similar to this one:

http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/easy-fit-ribbed-pompom-hat



 

The ribs are a bit farther apart on the one I'm looking for & it has the point type ears at the top.  

  • Here is a picture of a different pattern I used for my granddaughter.  It was fun to make.

 

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P1080818.JPG

What's the link for the pattern of this cap?

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