Friday, March 28, 2008

Bear Ears for Newborn Hats






Needs-
*Crochet hook size “G”.
*Red Heart super saver yarn in black
(**Use yarn and color to compliment the hat
you are attaching ears to.)

*Large eye needle to attach ears to hat.

Stitch Abbreviations used:
Dc: Double Crochet.
Hdc: Half Double Crochet.
Ch: Chain.

Directions- (Make two ears.)
Row 1: Chain 3. Dc 11 times in the 3rd chain from hook
(this is in that first chain you made. Total of 12
Dc in the first row.)

~Pull the yarn tail tight to close the ring.
~Take the tail up and crochet over it in the next row
to hide it.


Row 2: Ch 2 and turn- Hdc in top of each Dc on row 1
(12 Hdc.)

Row 3: Ch 1, turn. Sc in top of each Hdc on row 2 (12 Sc.)
~Leave a long tail to attach ears to hat with large eye needle.
~ Be sure ears are in same place on sides of hat
(use the rows of hat to
measure for placement. Before cutting
off excess yarn after attaching,
use needle to weave the yarn
tail through ears to hide it.)

~You can flip one of these ears inside out to attach and they
will look the same.
This will help in making sure you are
attaching them in the same spot on each
side of the hat.

It is amazing how these little ears change a plain hat into a very special hat!
© 2008 Sandyfroglegs Designs

7 comments:

Isa said...

This sooo cute, Sandy! . Believe it or not, my next project (after mom's scarf) are scarves for my favorite twins, one is a zebra, the other a lamb, I found them on a Vogue knitting scarves I bought the other day

Leslie said...

Thanks so much for these great patterns! My fiber group knits and crochets for charity and these patterns are AWESOME. I can't wait to give them a go!

Scarlet's Yarn Barn said...

I love your ears. :)

You've been tagged sandy, see my bog for details. :)

Hugs

Jenn at Sweet T Makes Three said...

Thanks for this! I'm a new follower from Ravelry.

cheryl said...

Sandy,

I am looking for a toddler's ladybug hat/toque crochet pattern.If you or anyone else can help me out e-mail me at cheryl36@hotmail.com

Helen from Ranui said...

Thanks so much for these.
I am making hats and costumes for our Children in our Kohanga Reo ( Maori Language Centre)they are going to LOVE these and the patterns are not to hard for me to make !!! thanks again,
Helen

Barbara said...

They came out perfectly! And so easy to make from a beginner's perspective ... Thank you so much!