Knitted Two Needle Baby Hat

Knitting a two-needle baby hat is a delightful and rewarding experience for crafters of all skill levels! The snug and cozy fit ensures your little one stays warm and stylish during chilly days. With just a few basic knitting techniques, you can create a charming and practical accessory that makes a thoughtful gift for any baby shower or new parent. Whether you choose a classic pattern or get creative with colors and textures, this project is sure to bring joy as you craft something special for the precious babies in your life. So grab your needles, pick out some soft yarn, and enjoy the soothing rhythm of creating a handmade treasure that will be cherished for years to come.

Fits babies 6-12 months

9 sts = 1 inch in 2 x 2 rib NOT stretched Circumference of hat NOT stretched is 10 inches, it is very stretchy and will fit a wide range of head sizes.

Size 5 US (3.755 mm) needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Size 5 US (3.755 mm) double point needles for I-Cord
Crystal Palace Yarns 

Bunny Hop
50 % micro Acrylic, 42% micro Nylon, 8% rabbit angora
50 grams/1.75 ounces - 113 yards/103 meters
1 ball 0061 Seascape
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CO 90 sts
Work in 2 x 2 rib as follows for 4 inches:
Row 1: *K2, P2*, ending K2
Row 2: *P2, K2,* ending P2 Begin Broken Rib pattern:
Row 1: K1, P1
Row 2: K
Row 3: Rep Row 1
Row 4: *K8, k2tog* rep to end of row [80 sts]
Row 5: Rep Row 1 (this will break up the pattern where dec's were made, but that is OK)
Row 6: *K7, k2tog* rep to end of row
Rows 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17: Rep Row 5
Row 8: *K6, k2tog* rep to end of row
Row 10: *K5, k2tog* rep to end of row
Row 12: *K4, k2tog* rep to end of row
Row 14: *K3, k2tog* rep to end of row
Row 16: *K2, k2tog* rep to end of row
Row 18: *K1, k2tog* rep to end of rowRep Row 18 until 4 sts remain.
Knit 3.5 inches of I-cord over the 4 sts left.If not making I-cord, then finish decreasing the 4 sts down to one and BO. You could also crochet a little tail of decoration at the top if you wish.Sew side seam with tapestry needle.

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