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Go to www.ravelry.com and do a search for baby hats. If you aren't a member you will need to sign up. They have a vast amount of patterns you can download for free. Look for True Newborn Baby Hat. It is simple and cute.
 

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MamaTucker said:
I've got quite a few on my site -

http://blogs.thetucker.com/knit/my-patterns/knitted/baby/
Well I just bookmarked your sight. I didn't have a clue about yours. Thanks for posting. I am going to print all them off. When I get home from work. Well tomorrow anyway. I am working my 16 hr. shift right now. Won't get off until 11 pm tonight. But they are all so cute and such a diffrent variety. And all look quite easy to make.
 

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I use the toe portion of a sock(from toe up socks) to start the hat. I increase every other stitch until I get the size I want. Sometimes I will knit an increase row and next row is straight knit. Repeat until desired size is obtained I start with 10-16 stitches depending to the thickness of the yarn.
 

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MamaTucker said:
I've got quite a few on my site -

http://blogs.thetucker.com/knit/my-patterns/knitted/baby/
Thank you for being so generous to put this pattern out for free. It's lovely!

Don't usually use circular needles but may have to invest. I have done a bit with dpns, so will have to persevere, your hat is so simple but beautiful!

Leanna x
 
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