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Baby Viking Hat: Crochet Pattern


Baby Viking Hat: Crochet Pattern, is part of a Baby Viking set. The pdf pattern has the hat, shoulder armor, and sword. The blog post here gives instructions on how to make the hat out of the set.


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You can find the written pattern for the Baby Viking Hat and tutorial video in this post. You can find the pdf pattern for the baby Viking Hat, Shoulder Armer, and Sword on Ravelry and Etsy, and find the Viking Hat in the E-pattern on Ribblr.

For This Baby Viking Hat, you will need a few supplies,

need to know a few abbreviations.

Supplies:

Yarn: Four to Five colors of worsted/Standard 4 weight

I used:

Hat:

¹ Caron: Medium Gray Mix- 40½ yards

² Red Heart: Cream- 8 yards

³ Big Twist: Gold- 42 yards

Crochet Hook:

G (4.00 mm) hook

Other Supplies:

Scissors, Tapestry needle, Stitch markers, Measure tape, poly-fil (stuffing)

Optional Supplies:

Cardstock or foamboard, spray starch (garment stiffener)


Notes:

-It can be beneficial to look through entire pattern before starting.

-The pattern is written in standard US terminology and written working right-handed

-pull joining slst tight so they do not look like a stitch

-1st ch 1 or ch 2 at the start of a Row/Rnd do not count as a stitch

-when chaining we will be working in the bb, so be sure to not make the starting ch “too tight”

-for CC pull the last loop with the new color and be sure to capture the non-working yarn, there is a link to a short video on CC in the abbreviations that could be helpful

-In the abbreviations section I explain that a number before the st is that many of that st in the previous Row/Rnd st, so 2sc would be the same as a sc increase, if you are used to seeing increase or inc. instead of 2st (2sc, 2hdc, 2dc, etc.) then it could be helpful to highlight or note those in the pattern before you start working.

-there are notes in italics throughout the pattern to help with stitch placement, as some do not have common notations, such as doing two separate colors as an inc.

Tutorial Video:

Viking hat (baby/Toddler):

Hat Base:

¹ Caron: Medium Gray Mix- 40½ yards

² Big Twist: Gold- 36½ yards

G (4.00mm) Hook


Note: make sure to pull each joining slst tight so it no longer appears as a st

Note: there is not turning after each Rnd just joining and a ch to start the next Rnd


Start with Gray

MR

Rnd 1: sc 6 in the MR, slst to join (6)

Rnd 2: CC: gold- ch 1, [2hdc]x 6, slst to join (12)

Rnd 3: ch 2, FP-dc, [CC: gray- 2sc, CC: gold- FP-dc 2]x3, CC:

Gray- 2sc, CC: gold- FP-dc, slst to join (16)

Rnd 4: CC: gray- ch 1, [2hdc, hdc]x8, slst to join (24)

Rnd 5: ch 1 [puff, CC: gold- FP-tr (in the FP-dc of Rnd 3 ), CC: gray- 2hdc, hdc, 2hdc, CC: gold- FP-tr (in the FP-dc of Rnd 3),]x4, slst to join (32)

Rnd 6: CC: gray- ch 1, [CC: gray- hdc, *CC: gold- hdc & CC: gray- hdc ( gold and gray in same previous st for an inc.)*, hdc 5, *hdc& CC: gold- hdc(gray and gold in same previous st for an inc.)*], x4, slst to join (40)

Rnd 7: CC: gray- ch 1, [CC: gray- puff, CC: gold- hdc, FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 5), CC: gray- hdc (behind FP-tr for the inc.), hdc 5, CC: gold- FP-tr(in the FP-tr of Rnd 5), hdc]x4, slst to join (44)

Note: there is only an inc with the FP-tr&hdc on the 1st one that is noted, the 2nd FP-tr does not have a stitch behind it

Rnd 8: CC: gray- ch 1, [CC: gray- hdc, CC: gold- 2hdc, hdc, CC: gray- hdc 6, CC: gold- hdc, 2hdc]x4, slst to join (52)

Rnd 9: CC: gray- ch 1, [gray- puff, CC: gold- hdc 2, FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 7), CC: gray- hdc 6, CC: gold- FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 7), hdc 2]x4, slst to join (52)

Rnd 10: CC: gray- ch 1, [gray- hdc 1, CC: gold- hdc 3, CC: gray- hdc 3, 2hdc, hdc 2, CC: gold- hdc 3]x4, slst to join (56)

Rnd 11: CC: gray- ch 1, [gray- puff 1, CC: gold- hdc 2, FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 9), CC: gray- hdc 7, CC: gold- FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 9), hdc 2]x4, slst to join (56)

Rnd 12: CC: gray- ch 1, [gray- hdc 1, CC: gold- hdc 3, CC: gray- hdc 7, CC: gold- hdc 3]x4, slst to join (56)

Rnd 13: CC: gray- ch 1, [gray- puff 1, CC: gold- hdc 2, FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 11), CC: gray- hdc 7, CC: gold- FP-tr (in the FP-tr of Rnd 11), hdc 2]x4, slst to join (56)

Rnd 14: CC: gray ch 1, [gray- hdc 1, CC: gold- hdc 2, FP-dc (in the FP-tr of Rnd 13), CC: gray- hdc 7, CC: gold-

FP-dc (in the FP-tr of Rnd 13), hdc 2]x4, slst to join (56)

Rnd 15: ch1, gold- hdc 56, slst to join (56)

Note: Rnd 16 is Camel st (working in 3rd loop of hdc) for all sts

Rnd 16: CC: gray- ch 1, Ca-[gray - puff,

CC: gold hdc 3]x14, slst to join (56)

Rnd 17: ch 1, CC: gold- hdc 56, slst to join (56)

Rnd 18: CC: gray- ch 1, Ca-sc 56, slst to join (56)

Cut, tie, & weave in ends


Horns for hat: Make 2

¹ Red Heart: Cream- 8 yards

² Big Twist: Gold- 5½ yards

G(4.00mm)hook

Note: horns are worked in continuous rounds (no turning, no joining until Rnd 9)

Start with Cream

MR Rnd 1: 4sc in MR (4)

Rnd 2: [sc 1, 2sc]x2 (6)

Rnd 3: sc 6 (6)

Rnd 4: sc 2, 2hdc, hdc 1, 2hdc, sc1 (8)

Rnd 5: sc 3, hdc 3, sc 2 (8)

Rnd 6: sc 1, 2sc, sc 1, 2hdc, hdc 1, 2hdc, sc 1, 2sc (12)

Rnd 7: hdc 12 (12)

Rnd 8: CC: gold FLO- sc 12

Rnd 9: gold [2sc]x12, slst to join (24)

Cut, tie, leave long tail and sew to hat

To firm up horns for the hat add poly-fil (stuffing)


Place the horns on opposing sides of the hat so the

curve in toward each other/ toward the center of the hat

Sew horns to top of hat between Rnds 4 & 8,

over the gray stitches between two gold front post stitches






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26 avr. 2023

Hi i love the little viking set from the blog hop. I missed the free pdf day but will make from your blog post. I would like to share this on Pinterest. Do you have a link for the set?

Thank you, Linda Wise.

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