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Hi everyone, I am hoping someone can help on here. I am trying to locate a pattern for a baby/toddler hat I came across,I would love to make this hat but cannot locate a pattern. Please see attached picture.  Thank you🙂

 

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Welcome to the ville, I looked but unfortunately didn't find the pattern.

I can describe how to make the shape: find a top-down baby hat pattern worked in UK DC.  Normally they would start with 6 UKDC in round 1 and increase by 6 each round until you reach a certain diameter, then you work even.  Instead, you want to do round 1 and 2, and then repeat round 2 what looks like 5 times more, then proceed to round 3 and beyond to the rest of the hat pattern.  I'm not sure how they got it to roll up at the edge, but UKDC sometimes wants to roll a little naturally, maybe it was just 'encouraged'.

The lollypops are probably a flat circle (follow the pattern as written for the top of the hat until you get the size you want), and the handle (stick?) is probably a chain worked from the edge of the lollypop to length, and then worked back either in slip stitch or UKDC to the round part.  The concentric circles appear to be crochet-embroidered in surface slip stitch, here is a tutorial in US terms.  

I will see if I can find a cloud+rainbow applique pattern, will be back.

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https://kerriscrochet.com/crochet-rainbow-pattern/

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rainbow-applique-and-mug-cozy  

https://damnitjanetletscrochet.blogspot.com/2020/04/rainbow-applique.html  (had to laugh at the blog name)

https://ohlalana.com/🌈rainbow-crochet-pattern-free-rainbow-applique-pattern/  (I've never seen an emoji into a URL before!)

These are free, hopefully one of these or a mashup of a couple of them will work for the rainbow and clouds.

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Awe, such a cute hat. This is the designer's website in case you'd like to inquire about the pattern.

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