Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Crochet Beret for Barbie

I had this great idea that I could take patterns for humans and work them down and create patterns for Barbies.  The plan so far hasn't worked as well as I had hoped but I did come up with this cute little beret pattern by doing that.



Here is how to make one for yourself.

Number 10 crochet thread.
Number 5 steel hook.
  *Note:  With exception to row 8, do not work any stitches into the dc3tog stitches.
Ch 4.
R1)  In first chain made, work 13 dc.  Sl st to beginning ch 3.  (14 dc)
R2)  Ch 3, dc in same sp, 2 dc in each st around. Sl st to beginning ch 3.  (28 dc)
R3)  Ch 3, skip first st, *dc3tog, ch 1, dc3tog, 2 dc, 1 dc* repeat around, ending with 2 dc and joining with sl st to beginning ch 3.
R4)  Ch 3, *(dc3 tog, ch 1, dc3tog) in ch 1 sp, dc, 2 dc, dc* repeat around, ending with 2 dc and joining with sl st to beginning ch 3.
R5)  Ch 3, *(dc3tog, ch 1, dc3tog) in ch 1 sp, dc, dc3tog, ch 1, dc3tog, dc*repeat around, ending with dc3tog and joining with sl st to beginning ch3.
R6)  Ch 3, *(dc3tog, ch 1, dc3tog) in ch 1 sp, dc* repeat around, ending with dc3tog and joining with sl st to beginning ch 3
R7)  Ch3, *(dc3tog, ch1, dc3tog) in ch 1 sp, dc in next dc, ch 1 sp, dc* repeat around, ending with 2 dc and joining with sl st to beginning ch 3.
R8)  Ch 1, sc in same st, sc in each st and ch 1 sp around, join with sl st to beginning st.
R9)  Ch 1, sc in same st, sc in each st around, join with sl st to beginning st.
R10)  Repeat row 9, finish off.
If you're not up to making your own, head on over to my Etsy shop where you can purchase one.


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