Monday, May 29, 2017

One Piece Crochet Bathing Suit
By: Annoo Crochet Designs



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This is for a size Small (Medium, Large)

You will Need:
For the larger sizes you will need more skeins of yarn but for the small I used:
3 skeins (300g) of Alize Diva Stretch (Fingering Weight) 92%Microfiber Acrylic 8% elastic, 100g/3.53oz/438 yds
Color: 376 Light Teal 2.25mm crochet hook
2 Stitch markers Tapestry needle Scissors
Stitches Used:
Sc: Single Crochet
Hdc: Half Double Crochet
Star Stitch


Instructions:
You will start with your bottom first.
With your yarn and crochet hook make a slip knot, ch101 (111,121)
Row 1: sc in the 2nd ch from hook and sc in each chain across. You will have 100 (110,120)sc Row 2-3: ch1 turn your work, sc in each st across. 100 (110, 120) sc
Row 4: (When you decrease no need to ch1 at the beginning of the row) sc2tog, sc across to the last 2 st, sc2tog. 98 (108, 118) sc
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Row 5-7: ch1 turn your work, sc in each st across. 98 (108, 118) sc Row 8: sc2tog, sc across to the last 2st, sc2tog. 96 (106, 116) sc Row 9-11: ch1 turn your work, sc in each st across. 96 (106, 116) sc Row 12: sc2tog, sc across to the last 2st, sc2tog. 94 (104, 114) sc

STOP HERE!!! The next 3 sizes for the bottom are in separate sections, scroll down to the size you are working on. Starting with Small below.

For Small Sizes Continue as so:
Row 13: sc2tog, sc across the end of your work. 93sc
Row 14-54: sc2tog, sc across your work the end. At the end of row 54 you will have 52sc
Row 55: sc2tog, sc in the next 48, sc2tog. 50sc
Row 56-73: sc2tog, sc to the last 2st, sc2tog, turn your work. At the end of Row 73 you will have 14sc left.
Row 74-91: (crotch) ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 14sc
Row 92: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across to the last st, 2sc in last st. 16sc
Row 93: ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 16sc
Row 94: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across the last st, 2sc in the last st. 18sc
Row 95: ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 18sc
Row 96-106: Repeat rows 94 and 95 until you have 30sc in total.
Row 107-114: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc to the last st, 2sc in the last st. At the end of row 114 you will have 46sc
Row 115-138: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc in each st across. At the end of row 138 you will have 70sc
Row 139-143: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across the the last st, 2sc in the last st. At the end of Row 143 you will have 80sc. Do Not Fasten off, continue to the body part of the suit below.

Continued for size Medium below:
Row 13-15:
ch1 turn your work, sc in each st across. 104sc
Row 16: sc2tog, sc across to the last 2 st, sc2tog. 102sc
Row 17: sc2tog, sc across the end of your work. 101sc
Row 18-63: sc2tog, sc across your work the end. At the end of row 63 you will have 54sc
Row 64: sc2tog, sc to the last 2 st, sc2tog. 52sc
Row 65-83: sc2tog, sc to the last 2st, sc2tog, turn your work. At the end of Row 83 you will have 16sc
left.
Row 84-101: (crotch) ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 16sc
Row 102: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across to the last st, 2sc in last st. 18sc Row 103: ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 16sc
Row 104: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across the last st, 2sc in the last st. 18sc Row 105: ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 18sc
Row 106-118: Repeat rows 104 and 105 until you have 36sc in total.
Row 119-128: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc to the last st, 2sc in the last st. At the end of
row 114 you will have 56sc
Row 129-152: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc in each st across. At the end of row 152 you will have 70sc
Row 153-157: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across the the last st, 2sc in the last st. At the end of Row 157 you will have 90sc. DO NOT FASTEN OFF. Continue to the body part of the bathing suit below.

Continued for size Large below:
Row 13-15: ch1 turn your work, sc in each st across. 114sc
Row 16: sc2tog, sc across to the last 2 st, sc2tog. 112sc
Row 17-19: ch1 turn your work, sc in each st across. 112sc
Row 20: sc2tog, sc across to the last 2 st, sc2tog. 110sc
Row 21-23: ch2 turn your work, sc in each st across. 110sc
Row 24: sc2tog, sc across to the last 2st, sc2tog. 108sc
Row 25: sc2tog, sc across the end of your work. 107sc
Row 25-74: sc2tog, sc across your work the end. At the end of row 74 you will have 58sc
Row 75: sc2tog, sc to the last 2st, sc2tog.56 sc
Row 76-95: sc2tog, sc to the last 2st, sc2tog, turn your work. At the end of Row 93 you will have 18sc left.
Row 95-113: (crotch) ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 18sc
Row 114: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across to the last st, 2sc in last st. 20sc
Row 115: ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 20sc
Row 116: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across the last st, 2sc in the last st. 22sc
Row 117: ch1 and turn your work, sc in each st across. 22sc
Row 118-132: Repeat rows 116 and 117 until you have 38sc in total.
Row 133-144: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc to the last st, 2sc in the last st. At the end of row 144 you will have 62sc

Row 145-170: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc in each st across. At the end of row 170 you will have 88sc
Row 171-176: ch1 and turn your work, 2sc in the first st, sc across the the last st, 2sc in the last st. At the end of Row 176 you will have 100sc. DO NOT FASTEN OFF. Continue to the Body part of the bathing suit below.
Body part of the suit:
Now you will join the back with the front and from now on you will be working in the round.
Round 1: ch8(8,10), taking the back of the suit, you will sc in the first sc from the back, sc in each st along the back (100sc in total), ch8( 8,10), now you will join to the front of your suit, sc in the first st on the front part of your suit, sc across each of the 80sc of the front. You will have 180 (200,220)sc plus the 16 (16,20) chains for a total of 196 (216,240)st.
Round 2: sc in the first of the 8 (8,10)ch, sc in each st till you reach the first sc you made. 196 (216, 220)sc in total
Round 3: (Start of the star st) ch3 in second chain from hook insert hook and yo pull yarn through the loop, repeat that in the 3rd chain from hook as well as the back loops only of the next 3 sc, you will have 6 loops on your hook, yo and draw hook through all loops, ch2,* in the base of the chain 2 (refer to the pic below), little opening that was just made insert your hook and yo, pull yarn through the opening, insert your hook in the base of the last st you made as well as the back loops only of the next 3 sc, you will have 6 loops on your hook, YO and pull through all loops, ch2* You will repeat from *to* to the end of your work sl st with the first star you made. You will have 65 (72, 80) half stars made. You will want to place your st marker to mark the end and beginning of the rounds.
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Round 4: *at the top of the half star you made in the previous round (refer to pic below) you will make 3 hdc* you will repeat from *to* to the end of your work sl st with the first hdc you made. You will have completed the second half of the star stitch pattern and will have a total of 65(72,80) stars. 195(216,240)hdc.

Round 5: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1, sc in each st around until you meet the first sc you made, sl st with the first sc you made. 195(216,240)sc.
Round 6: ch1, sc in the Back Loops only, you will sc in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. 195(216,240)sc
Round 7-8: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. 195(216,240)sc
Round 9-14: Repeat rounds 3-8
Round 15: (decrease round) ch1, you will sc around decreasing 6 st evenly across the round, sl st with
the first sc you made. You will have 189(210, 234)sc in total.
Round 16-19: Repeat rounds 3-6. You will have 63 (70,78) stars and189(210, 234)sc in total.
Rounds 20-22: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. 189(210, 234)sc
Round 23: (decrease round) Repeat round 15. You will have 183(204, 228)sc in total Rounds 24-27: Repeat rounds 3-6. You will have 61(68,76) stars and 183(204,228)sc in total.
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Rounds 28-31: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. You will have183(204,228)sc in total.
Round 32: (decrease round) Repeat round 15, you will have a total of 177(198,222)sc Round 33-36: Repeat rounds 3-6, you will have 59(66,74) stars and 177(198,222)sc
Round 37-42: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. You will have 177(198,222)sc
Round 43-46: Repeat rounds 3-6. You will have 59(66,74) stars and 177(198,222)sc
Round 47-52: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. Rounds 53-56: Repeat rounds 3-6
If you have a longer torso you may want to repeat 43-52 once or twice, testing as you go till you get a fit you like. This should sit just under your breast. Once you are happy just continue with the pattern below.
Rounds 57: (increase round) ch1 sc in the same space as the ch1 space, you will increase 6 st evenly around your round. You will have 183(204,228)sc
Round 58-63: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. Round 64: (increase round) Repeat round 57. You will have 189 (210,234) sc
Round 65-68: Repeat rounds 3-6, you will have 63(70,78) stars and 189(210,234)sc
Round 69: (increase round) Repeat round 57. You will have 195(216,240) sc
Rounds 70-77: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made.
Rounds 79-82: Repeat rounds 3-4, you will have 65 (72,80) stars and 195(216,240)sc
Rounds 83: (increase round) Repeat round 57. You will have 211 (222,246)sc
Round 84-92: ch1, sc in the same space as the ch1 and in each st around, sl st with the first sc you made. Rounds 93-97: Repeat rounds 3-7. You will have 67 (74,82) stars and 211(222,246)sc
Note: You will now want to try your suit on, if it sits just above your chest then stop and work on the straps, if you need more coverage for your breast whether it be not long enough or too tight in the chest area. You will want to work another set of sc rows and star rows and if it is to tight, just increase by 6 more in the sc rows between the star rows. By increasing more you will have 2 extra stars for every 6st you increase. Remember try on your suit as you go if you want it to have a prefect fit adjust where needed.
Fasten off and hide all loose tails. You are done with the body of the suit. Now you will work on the shoulder straps.
Shoulder Straps:
Below is for the written sizes S/M/L, If you increased more for your top you will have to adjust the st count for the strap placements.
You will lay your suit in front of you and with your stitch markers you will mark the side seams of your suit. Placing 1 marker on the left side and 1 on the right. Making sure you have the same number of st in the back and the front. If you are off by one st no worries, put the extra st in the front of your work like I did.
Starting at the right stitch marker you will count 18(20,24)st towards the front and join your yarn in the 19th (21st, 24th)st
Row 1: ch3 in second chain from hook insert hook and yo pull yarn through the loop, repeat that in the 3rd chain from hook as well as the next 3 sc, you will have 6 loops on your hook, yo and draw hook through all loops, ch2,* in the base of the chain 2 (refer to the pic above for Row 3 of the star stitch), little opening that was just made insert your hook and yo, pull yarn through the opening, insert your hook in the base of the last st you made as well as the next 3 sc, you will have 6 loops on your hook, YO and pull through all loops, ch2* You will repeat from *to* until you have 3 half stars made, sc in the next st and turn your work around.
Row 2: ch1, *at the top of the half star you made in the previous round (refer to pic above for Row 4 of the star stitch) you will make 3 hdc* you will repeat from *to* across you will have 9hdc in total, sc in the last st, ch1 and turn your work. Total of 10st
Row 3: sc in each st across, ch1 and turn your work. 10sc
Row 4: (decrease row): sc2tog, sc in the next 2st, sc2tog, sc in the next 2 st, sc2tog, ch1 and turn your
work. You will have 7sc in total.
Row 5: repeat row 1 but you will only make 2 stars.
Row 6: Repeat row 2, but you will have 6 hdc and 1 sc for a total of 7st
Row 7-8 sc in each st across, ch1 and turn your work. 7sc
Row 9-47 (51,55): Repeat rows 5-8, you will have a total of 12(13,14) star rows.
If you feel your strap wont be long enough add repeat 5-8 until you get the length minus 1 inch.
Row 48 (52, 56) (increase row) 2sc in the first st, sc in the next 2st, 2sc in next st, sc in next 2 sc, 2sc in the last st. Turn your work. You will have a total of 10sc
Row 49-50(52-53,56-57): Repeat row 1-2. You will follow the row as is, you will have 3 stars again Row 51(54,58): sc in each st across, 10sc
Do not Fasten off you will now join your strap to the back of your work.

On the back count 28(30,34)st from the st marker and you will now place the strap and the body of the suit right sides together and you will sl st your work with the wrong side facing you. Sl st through the

loop that is closest to you on the strap and furthest from you on the suit across the next 10st, sl st in the next st of the body of the suit and fasten off.
For the second strap you will work rows 1-51(54,58) the same and you will also join the strap to the suit the same. But instead of joining your yarn in the 19th (21,25)st you will join it in the 28th (30th, 34th)st from the front of your work at the left st marker and you will join the strap to the back in the 19th (21,25) from the st marker. Fasten off and hide all loose tails.
Edging:
Turn your work with the back side facing you. You will now work an edging around the armhole openings and neck.
You will be working the armholes first. Join your yarn at the back of your suit in any st of the armhole area. Ch1, sc in the same st, you will sc in each st until you reach the strap, you will now sc in each row you made until you reach the front of your suit, sc in each st around till you reach the back of your work to the first sc you made, sl st with it and fasten off.
You will repeat the same for the second armhole opening, starting in the back of your suit and sc around to the strap, sc in each row of the strap and sc until you reach the 1st st you made, sl st and fasten off.
Now you will join your yarn at the center of your back and you will ch1, sc in the same st, sc in each st until you reach a strap, you will sc in each row along till you reach the front of your work, sc in each st until you reach the next strap, sc in each row, sc in each st until you reach the first st you made, sl st with it and fasten off.
Hide all loose tails.
Edging for the bottom
Join your yarn at the back of your work for the leg opening, you will be picking up 2 sc for every 3 rows until you reach the crotch, there you will pick up 1sc per row, then again picking up 2sc for every 3 rows for the front until you reach the ch8, here you will sl st in each st, sl st with the first st you made and fasten off. You will repeat this for the other side your leg opening, making sure to match the same number of st you used on the 1st side. 
Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 







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Easy Crochet Baby Booties
By: Annoo Crochet Designs



Video Link: click here

You will need:
Berroco Yarn Maya (Worsted weight but more like DK/sports) Color: Papaya
Crochet hook 2.25mm Tapestry needle Scissors

Stitches used:
Sc: Single Crochet
Hdc: Half Double Crochet
FPDC: Front Post Double Crochet

You can make these darling baby booties in different sizes if you use: Fingering yarn and a 2.25 mm hook you will get a preemie- newborn size Maya (dk/sports weight) yarn and a 2.25mm hook you will get 0-3months
Maya (dk/sports weight) yarn and a 2.75 hook you will get about 0-5 months
By going up in your hook size you will get a bigger size bootie, test it out with a larger hook for bootie sizes over 6 months if you need a larger size.

Instructions:
You will be working the cuff of your bootie.
With your hook and yarn make a slip knot and ch16

Row 1: in the second chain from hook sc, sc in each chain across. Ch1, and turn your work. You will have 15 sc.
Row 2-23: Working in the Back Loops Only, you will sc in each st across, ch1 and turn your work. You will have 15 sc in total. DO NOT FASTEN OFF.
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With your work in front of you like so, you will be working in the ends of your row:

Row 1: Ch1, pick up 1 sc for each row, having a total of 23 sc. Ch1 and turn your work
Row 2: sc in each st along. 23 sc in total Fasten off, leaving a long enough tail to sew the cuff later about
8 inches.
Front part of the Bootie:
Row 3: With your work in front of you count 7st from the right and join your yarn in the 8th st, ch1, sc in the same sp and in the next 8 st, ch1 and turn your work. You will have 9sc. You should have 7 st left on either side of your cuff.
Row 4-6: sc in each st along, ch1 and turn your work. You will have a total of 9sc
Row 7: sc2tog, sc in the next 5 st, sc2tog in the last 2 st. You will have 7sc in total. Fasten off.
You will now Sew the Cuff together, fold it in half right side together and sew it together. Hide all loose tails.

Turn your work to the right side and you will join your yarn 1 st left of the seam of your bootie.

Round 1: ch2(counts as 1st hdc), hdc in the next 6st, in the next st (corner st) you will make 2 hdc, pick up 5hdc along the side of your tab, 2hdc in the corner st, hdc in each of the next 5 st, 2hdc in the next corner st, picking up 5 hdc along the next side of your tab, 2hdc in the next st (corner st), hdc in the next 7st, sl st with the first ch2 you had made. You will have 36 hdc in total.
Round 2-3: Ch2, FPDC all around, sl st with the ch2. (36st)
Round 4: (this is the sole of the bootie) ch1, sc2tog, sc in the next 13st, sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, sc in the next
13st, sc2tog, sl st with the ch. (32 st)
Round 5: ch1, sc2tog, sc in the next 11st, sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, sc in the next 11st, sc2tog, sl st with the ch. (28 st)
Round 6: ch1, sc2tog, sc in the next 9st, sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, sc in the next 9 st, sc2tog, sl st with the ch. (24 st)
Round 7: ch1, sc2tog, sc in the next 7sc, sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, sc in the next 7st, sc2tog, sl st with the ch. (20 st) Fasten off leaving a long enough tail to sew the sole of the bootie closed.
Turn your work wrong side out and sew the bottom closed. Sew in all the loose tails on the wrong side of your work. Turn your bootie right side out and fold the cuff in half, you are done with the first one. Make your second bootie the same way.
Pattern for the flower:
You will need:
Scraps of worsted weight yarn in 2 colors 2.25mm hook

Scissors Tapestry needle
Instructions:
With your hook and yarn (color for the center), make a slip knot and chain 6, sl st with the first chain,
Round 1: ch1, sc in the circle 17 times, sl st with the first sc. You will now join your next color yarn (color for the petals)
Round 2: *ch4, in the next st you will make a treble crochet omitting the last step, make another treble crochet in the same st and again omit the last step you will have 3 loops on your hook, YO and pull you yarn through all 3 loops, ch4, sl st with the next st, * Repeat from *to* around you will have a total of 9 petals. Fasten off and hide all loose tails. 
Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 







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Easy Crochet Unicorn Hat
By: Annoo Crochet Designs


Video Link:click here
Sizes:
6-12 months Toddler/preschooler Youth/Adult

You will need:
For the body of the hat and ears you will be using 2 strands of yarn. I used Berroco Maya which is a worsted weight yarn but feels and works up more like a dk/light weight yarn.
Berroco Maya yarn (dk/light worsted weight) 50g/1.75oz/137yds 85%cotton/15%aplaca Colors: Papaya (braid, mane and mouth)
Rosa (Ear, trim and braid)
Vanilla flower (main part of the hat and ear)

Lagoon (mane)
Lion Brand Vannas Choice Glamour (sports weight) 1.75oz/202yds 96%Acrylic, 4%Metallic Color: Gold (horn)
A fingering weight yarn for the eye I used a lighter brown Crochet hook sizes:
5mm
4mm

2.75mm
Scissors
Tapestry needle
Stitch marker or Piece of yarn to mark your rounds
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2 snap on eyes or buttons
Small amount of Polyfil
Gauge:
With size H/5mm hook and 2 strands of yarn 3 rows of dc and 7 dc = about 2 inches You could try using a worsted/aran weight yarn 1 strand where it calls for 2. Stitches Used:
Sc: single crochet Dc: double crochet
Instructions:
Unicorn Hat Main Part:
Take your 2 strands of your hat color (Vanilla flower) and crochet hook 5mm make a magic circle,
6-12 months:
Round 1: ch3, (counts as your first double crochet) make 10 dc in the magic circle, Pull the circle closed and sl st with the ch3. You will have 11 dc
Round 2: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, make 2 dc in each of the next stitches all around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 22 dc
Round 3: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next st, 2dc in next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 33 dc
Round 4: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 2 st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 44 dc
Round 5: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 7st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* 5 times, dc in the last 3 st. You will have 50dc
Round 6-10: ch3, dc in each st around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 50 dc Do not fasten off you will now work the Side flaps. See below for directions.
Toddler-Preschooler:
Round 1:
ch3, (counts as your first double crochet) make 10 dc in the magic circle, Pull the circle closed
and sl st with the ch3. You will have 11 dc
Round 2: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, make 2 dc in each of the next stitches all around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 22 dc
Round 3: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next st, 2dc in next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 33 dc
Round 4: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 2 st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 44 dc
Round 5: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 3 st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 55 dc
Rounds 6-11: ch3, dc in each st around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 55dc Do not fasten off you will now work the Side flaps. See below for directions.
Youth/Adult size:
Round 1:
ch3, (counts as your first double crochet) make 10 dc in the magic circle, Pull the circle closed
and sl st with the ch3. You will have 11 dc
Round 2: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, make 2 dc in each of the next stitches all around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 22 dc
Round 3: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next st, 2dc in next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 33 dc
Round 4: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 2 st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 44 dc
Round 5: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 3 st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 55 dc
Round 6: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 10 st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 60 dc
Round 7: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 11st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 65 dc
Round 8: ch3, dc in the base of the ch3, *dc in the next 12st, 2dc in the next st* repeat from *to* around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 70 dc
Rounds 9-13: ch3, dc in each st around, sl st with the ch3. You will have 70 dc DO NOT FASTEN OFF continue to Side Flaps.
Side Flaps:


For sizes 6-12months and Toddler/Preschooler
Row 1: ch1, sc in the same sp as ch1, sc in the next 9st, ch1 and turn your work. You will have 10 sc Row 2: sc2tog, sc in next 6sc, sc2tog, ch1 turn your work. You will have 8sc
Row 3: sc across, ch1 and turn your work
Row 4: sc2tog, sc in next 4 sc, sc2tog, ch1 and turn your work. You will have 6sc
Row 5: sc across, ch1 and turn your work.
Row 6: sc2tog, sc in next 2sc, sc2tog, ch1 and turn your work. You will have 4sc Row 7: sc across, ch1 and turn your work.
Row 8: sc2tog, twice. Fasten off
Time to make the second flap, counting 15 st for the 6-12 months and 19st for the toddler/preschooler from the left side of your first flap, in the next st you will join your yarn with a sl st and you will follow rows 1-8. Hide all loose tails.

For Youth/Adult Side flaps:
Row 1: ch1, sc in the same sp as ch1, sc in the next 11 st, ch1 and turn your work. You will have 12 sc
Row 2: sc2tog, sc in next 8st, sc2tog, ch1 turn your work. You will have 10 sc
Row3: sc in each st, ch1 turn your work.
Row 4: sc2tog, sc in next 6st, sc2tog, ch1 turn your work. You will have 8sc
Row 5: repeat row 3.
Row 6: sc2tog, sc in next 4st, sc2tog, ch1 turn your work. You will have 6 sc.
Row 7: repeat row 3
Row 8: sc2tog, sc in next 2st, sc2tog, ch1 turn your work. You will have 4sc
Row 9: repeat row 3
Row 10: sc2tog twice, ch1 turn your work. You will have 2 st
Row 11: sc2tog, fasten off your work.
Time to make the second flap, counting 20 st from the left side of your flap, in the 21st st you will join your yarn with a sl st and you will follow rows 1-11. Hide all loose tails.
Border/edging For all Sizes:
I chose 2 different colors (papaya and rosa) but you can choose which ever color you would want.
With your 2 strands of yarn and 5mm hook join your yarn to the back of your hat, you will ch1, sc in the same sp and sc in each st around the hat, when you reach the flap you will make 1 sc in each row around the flap and continue to sc around your hat repeating the same for the other ear flap, join with the first sc and fasten off your work. Hide all loose tails.

The Braids:
For infant-preschooler size you can make your braid long enough to tie under the chin or make a short tassel or leave off completely.
I have used the same colors I used on the border and you will make strands about 24inches long (shorter for smaller sizes) and make as many strands as you would like the thickness of your braid to be.
Take your larger hook and pass it through the last row of your flap, with your strand folded in half grab the loop and pull one half of the strands through the row. Making sure your strands are even fold in half and begin to braid. Once your braid is at the length you want make a knot at the end. Repeat for the other Flap. You can trim the free strands now to make them even.

The Horn:
With your 4mm hook and 2 strands of the Gold yarn (vannas choice) make a slip knot ch2.
Round 1: in the 2nd chain from your hook make 4sc. Take a scrap of yarn or st marker and place where your 1st round ends and next row begins. Be sure to move your marker up for each new row.
Round 2-3: sc all around (4sc)
Round 4: (2sc in next st, 1 sc in next st) twice. (6sc)
Round 5: sc all around (6sc)
Round 6: (2sc in the next st, 1 sc in the next 2st) twice (8sc) Round 7: sc all around (8sc)
Round 8: (2sc in next st, 1 sc in next 3 st) twice (10sc) Round 9: sc all around (10sc)
Round 10: (2sc in next st, 1 sc in next 4st) twice (12sc) Round 11: sc all around
Round 12: (2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 5st) twice (14sc)
(Stop here for sizes 6-12 months and toddler-preschooler. Unless you want your horn longer then continue to increase until you reach your desired length. Fasten off, leaving a long enough tail to sew onto hat and stuff firmly)

Continue for Youth/Adult Hat
Round 13: sc all around
Round 14: (2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 6st) twice (16sc) Round 15: sc all around
Round 16: (2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 7st) twice (18sc) Round 17: sc all around
Round 18(2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 8st) twice (20sc) Round 19: sc all around
Round 20: (2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 9st) twice (22sc) Round 21: sc all around
Round 22: (2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 10st) twice (24sc) Round 23: sc all around
Round 24: (2 sc in next st, 1 sc in next 11st) twice (26sc)
Fasten off leaving a long enough tail to sew your horn to the hat. Stuff if now with your polyfil firmly. You will now sew it to your hat were ever you want to place it. I added mine at the edge of the 1st row from the center but you do you.

The Mane:
I used 2 colors Lagoon and Papaya and cut many strands about 20 inches long, but you pick which ever color you choose for your Mane.
Use the Video Tutorial at the 29:09 minute mark for help on adding your mane.
You will start at the back of your horn and join 1 strand folded in half to the post of the dc, work along the row adding 1 strand to each dc until you reach the width you want for your mane. You will then repeat that going down the back of your hat for each row alternating colors until you are happy with the thickness and look of your mane.

The Eyes: (optional)
For smaller sizes you can do less rounds.
With fingering weight brown yarn or your color choice and 2.75mm hook Make a magic circle
Round 1: ch1, 6sc in the middle of the circle, pull on the end yarn to tighten the middle, sl st with the first st you made at the beginning of the round.
Round 2: 2sc in each st around (12sc) Place a st marker or a scrap of yarn to mark the end of the round and beginning of the next. Remember to move up the marker for each new row.
Round 3: 2sc in the next st, 1sc in next, repeat that around (18sc)
Round 4: 2sc in the next st, sc in the next 2 st, repeat that around. (24sc)
Round 5:2sc in next st, sc in the next 3st, repeat that around (30sc)
Round 6: 2sc in next st, sc in the next 4st, repeat that around. (36)
Round 7: 2sc in next st, sc in the next 5st, repeat that around. (42st)
Fasten Off, leaving a tail long enough to sew the eyes on to the hat.
Make a 2
nd eye. Place them on your hat where you want them to sit and sew them on.
If you are using the snap on eyes now is the time to put them on. Center them on the eye you just made and push through the inside of the hat, attach the washer and squeeze the eye and the washer together. You may want to use a button or crochet a circle for infant and toddler sizes, the back of the eye may be too hard for younger childrens heads.

Mouth: (optional)
With your tapestry needle and yarn color of your choice you will stitch in a mouth. Shape it to your desired look.
Ears (make 2):
With 2 strands, I used the Vanilla flower and Rosa colors but you can do any color combo you like. With the 2 strands and 2.75mm hook make a slip knot, ch2
Round 1: in the 2nd ch from hook make 4 sc
Round 2: 2sc in each st of the next 3st, sc in the last st. (7sc) Place a st marker or scrap of yarn to mark the end of your round and beginning of the next round. Remember to move the marker up with each new row.
Round 3: (2sc in next st, sc in next 2st) twice, 2sc in last st (10sc) Round 4: sc all around (10sc)
Round 5: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 4sc) twice, (12sc)
Round 6: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 5sc) twice (14sc)
Round 7: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 6st) twice (16sc) Round 8: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 7st) twice (18sc)

Round 9: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 8st) twice (20sc)
Round 10: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 9st) twice (22sc)
Round 11: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 10st) twice (24sc)
For sizes 6-12months and toddler-preschooler stop here fasten off and make a second ear. Continue for Youth/adult size.
Round 12: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 11st) twice (26sc) Round 13: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 12st) twice (28sc) Round 14: (2sc in the next st, sc in next 13st) twice (30sc)
I stopped here for the youth/adult size but you can stop at any point or continue to increase your ear if you want it larger. Fasten off leaving a tail long enough to sew to the hat. Make a second ear the same as the first.
With your tapestry needle you will now sew on the ears. Place them where you want them to sit on your hat and stitch each ear in place. Hide all loose tails and you are done with your hat.

Written Pattern Translated from Youtube by Michaela Greaves 







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