Thursday, August 11, 2016

Minnie Mouse Beanie Pattern

Hey guys! It has been a while since I posted on my blog. This pattern has been in my drafts for a long time, and I never had the time out type out the pattern and post it. I recently finally finished it, so here it is! The Minnie Mouse Beanie pattern!
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Are you ready to make this adorable Minnie Mouse hat? Let’s get started!

Materials
  • Black yarn
  • 6.00mm crochet hook
  • Red yarn
  • Scissors
  • Plastic sewing needle
Hat
Ch 30
In the 2nd ch away from the hook, hdc. Hdc in every ch across.
Row 1-Desired length(I crocheted my hat until it measured 19 in from beginning): Ch2, turn, hdc in every st across. (Depending on the size of your head, you will crochet more rows to make the hat bigger, or you can crochet fewer rows to make the hat smaller.)
Bind off with a long tail for sewing and weaving in.


Ears (Make 4)
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Ch 3
Rnd1:In the 4th ch away from the hook, 6 hdc in the 3rd ch away from the hook. (6sts)
Rnd2: 2hdc in every st around. (12sts)
Rnd3: (hdc, 2hdc in the next st) repeat around. (18sts)
Rnd4: (hdc2, 2hdc in the next st) repeat around. (24 sts)
Bind off with long tail for sewing.



Bow
Ch 16
Row 1: In the 2nd ch away fro the hook, sc. Sc in the next ch and every ch across. (15sts)
Row 2-10: Ch 1, turn, sc in every st across.
BO with long tail for sewing.
To make the bow, pinch the rectangle in the center and wrap a long strand of red yarn around the center where you pinched the rectangle. 2008-05-01 13.48.21.jpg
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Finishing
Fold the rectangle in half so that the ribbed pattern is vertical instead of horizontal, and sew the longer open side.
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Next on the top hole, weave a long strand of black yarn around the brim and pull tightly to close the top.
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(Optional: If the beanie is too long, fold the bottom up to create a rim.)

Take two of the ear circles and sew them together. Then, sew the sewn circles to the top of the head. Repeat for the other two circles.

Finally, sew the red bow to one of the ears. Weave in all loose ends.

Tada! You are done with your Minnie Mouse Beanie!! Enjoy!
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I hope you guys liked this pattern, and I will see you hopefully soon with a new post! :DD

Happy Crocheting and Crafting!
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2 comments:

  1. Oh wow! I've never seen that method for making a crochet hat before. I've only seen people work it in the round. That's a really cool idea! And your execution of it was fab too. :P Are you a big Disney fan too???

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    1. Thank you, Pajina! :D Yes, I am a hug fan of Disney! I love all the movies and characters, and I am planning on posting a crochet pattern from the Little Mermaid. :)

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