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Free Doll Santa Hat Crochet Pattern

    Free Doll Santa Hat Crochet Pattern
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    Fashion doll Santa hat description

    This quick and easy free doll Santa hat crochet pattern is designed to fit 12″ teen style dolls. As you may know I’ve been designing crochet items for my daughters doll house. However, with Christmas fast approaching I couldn’t resist making a Christmas time play set for them. In addition this little doll Santa hat is part of the collection. In conclusion it really is a fun doll accessory to help kids to get exited about Christmas.

    The crochet pattern will help you create a little Santa hat suitable for 12” fashion dolls. To begin, the Santa hat had a stripy texture while the cuff has a bobbly texture. Additionally the Christmas hat is folded down and sewn back after completion. Then it’s topped with a tiny little Pom-pom, surprisingly made using a dinner fork!

    How to crochet a santa hat for dolls

    The doll Santa hat crochet pattern is beginner friendly and is really fast and easy to make. To make the Christmas hat I used DK (weight 3) yarn and a 3.5mm crochet hook. Additionally, to make the pompom I used a dinner fork to get the size small enough to fit a doll. Don’t forget to do a gauge swatch and check your tension if you want the hat to hit your doll. There is very basic sewing involved to complete to pattern.

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    Hook sizes

    3.5mm crochet hook

    Yarn

    DK yarn 2 colours. I used ‘King Cole Pricewise DK’

    A – Red

    B – Cream

    Terminology

    USA

    Click here for U.K. translations

    Abbreviations

    st/sts – Stitch/stitches

    ch – Chain

    blo – Back loop only

    MR – Magic ring

    sp/sps – Space/spaces

    sl st – Slip stich

    sc – Single crochet

    tr – Treble crochet

    inc – Increase (2 stitches in 1 space)

    Gauge / Tension

    Gauge is important as everyone crochets with a different tension. If your 2” swatch doesn’t match up you can change your hook size to suit your tension.

    3.5mm hook – 2” x 2” square = 11 rows of 10 sc

    Pattern notes

    I do not count chains in my stitch count.

    Numbers in brackets are the number of rounds/stitches.

    Stitches separated with a comma are to be made in separate spaces eg. (sc, inc) would mean sc in first stitch then inc in next stitch.

    Supplies

    You will need the following supplies to complete the project (links will take you directly to my recommended supplies on love crafts) 

    – Crochet hooks 

    – Tapestry needle

    – DK yarn

    – Stitch markers (optional)

    – scissors

    – Tape measure

    – fork or tiny pompom maker

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    Use a 3.5mm crochet hook

    Completed size H 4cm x W 6.5cm

    Santa hat

    Round 1

    Use colour A

    sc x 3 into MR

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (3 sts)

    Round 2

    blo inc x 3

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (6 sts)

    Round 3

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 5

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (7 sts)

    Round 4

    blo sc x 3

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 3

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (8 sts)

    Round 5

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 7

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (9 sts)

    Round 6

    blo sc x 4

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 4

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (10 sts)

    Round 7

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 9

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (11 sts)

    Round 8

    blo sc x 5

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 5

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (12 sts)

    Round 9

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 11

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (13 sts)

    Round 10

    blo sc x 6

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 6

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (14 sts)

    Round 11

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 13

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (15 sts)

    Round 12

    blo sc x 7

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 7

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (16 sts)

    Round 13

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 15

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (17 sts)

    Round 14

    blo sc x 8

    blo inc x 1

    blo sc x 8

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (18 sts)

    Round 15

    blo (inc x 1, sc x 8) x 2

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (20 sts)

    Round 16

    blo (inc x 1, sc x 4) x 4

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (24 sts)

    Round 17 – 19

    blo sc x 24

    sl st to join & fasten off

    (3 rounds of 24 sts)

    Cuff

    Round 20

    Change to colour B

    Work in both loops

    sc x 24

    sl st to join and ch 1

    (24 sts)

    Round 21

    Work into both loops

    (sl st, tr) x 12

    sl sts to join and fasten off

    Weave in all ends

    (24 sts)

    Pom Pom

    If you have a tiny Pompom maker you can skip this step and choose your own method. Completed size is 3cm

    Wrap yarn (B) around a fork 50 times

    Thread yarn (A) through the two middle prongs and tie around

    Slip the yarn off the fork gently and pull the red (A) yarn tightly. Tie tightly and wrap around again and tie again so it’s very secure.

    Cut through the loops using a scissors. No not cut red (A) yarn

    Using a scissors cut around the Pom Pom to neaten up

    Using a tapestry needle and the red (A) yarn from the pompom sew together the pompom, the top of the hat and the fluff off the hat.

    Then weave in all ends and your hat is complete