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Need a pattern for a newborn hat to knit on circular needles
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Oct 7, 2011 10:09:36   #
kgardenseed
 
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I need to knit a fast and easy newborn hat and would love to do that on circulars. Or, I can crochet a hat if need be. Can you help me. Our great-grandson was supposed to be due 11/11/11; however, he has become a chunky monkey and may decide to make his appearance sooner.
Thank you.
 
Oct 7, 2011 19:23:41   #
Judy P
 
Try this link lots of free patterns
http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/directory/baby_hats.php
Oct 7, 2011 19:36:14   #
Baker
 
I use Carissaknits.com I use the Premie patterns just use a size 5 needle and it seems to work fine.
There are tons of patterns out there. Enjoy!
And I hope you tell us when the bundle of joy arrives.
Oct 7, 2011 21:19:07   #
Cindy M
 
Check out Bev's website. She has tons of patterns for people of all ages and charity patterns. Click the link at the top for the baby patterns. Some of these are two needle patterns, but if you just decrease two stitches in these (to eliminate the seams) they're adaptable for circulars.

http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/
Oct 8, 2011 11:50:18   #
scrapperjoan
 
try ravelry.com and go to their free patterns. You have to join but it is free and its a good site I have gotten several awesome hat patterns from!
Oct 8, 2011 11:50:45   #
scrapperjoan
 
And...congrats on that "chunky monkey" :)
 
Oct 8, 2011 15:49:32   #
mtayl75234
 
http://www.bernat.com/pattern.php?PID=4858

Baby Cakes - Baby Cocoon Sack and Cap (knit)

Try this pattern. I have not made it myself; but it looks like it would probably work for you. Happy knitting. :)
Oct 9, 2011 04:11:01   #
Palenque1978
 
kgardenseed wrote:
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I need to knit a fast and easy newborn hat and would love to do that on circulars. Or, I can crochet a hat if need be. Can you help me. Our great-grandson was supposed to be due 11/11/11; however, he has become a chunky monkey and may decide to make his appearance sooner.
Thank you.


This is one of my favorite baby beanie: http://www.sullivans.net/Patterns/90360.asp They have other patterns as well: http://www.sullivans.net/patterns.asp?PattCategory=babywear

This one is a cutie: http://randomstitches.files.wordpress.com/2008/01/baby-berry-hat.pdf

And, if you're into Fair Isle: http://freddyknits.blogspot.com/2005/03/beginners-fair-isle-baby-hat-free.html

Have fun!
Oct 9, 2011 18:02:17   #
kgardenseed
 
Thank you all.
Oct 13, 2011 21:50:39   #
e.ridenh
 
kgardenseed wrote:
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. I need to knit a fast and easy newborn hat and would love to do that on circulars. Or, I can crochet a hat if need be. Can you help me. Our great-grandson was supposed to be due 11/11/11; however, he has become a chunky monkey and may decide to make his appearance sooner.
Thank you.

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Perhaps post this under pattern requests, K; You're under main now - you might get more nibbles.......otherwise, there are some in search (above) and a kazillion if you'd google for that......I'd look for a size 3-6 months, too if he's a chunky monkey! LOL!!

Good luck, sweetie!

Donna Rae :thumbup:
Oct 14, 2011 18:15:17   #
kgardenseed
 
oops! Leave it to me to put it in the wrong place - the story of my life. Thank you all very much for your responses.
 
          
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