Tots beanies and stuffies
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These are designed to go along with Miss Snappy.
Snappy Tots’ polka dots have come to life!
Pattern includes instructions for 4 different beanies as shown in main photo and 4 different stuffies (small crocheted stuffed items).
Yarn: Worsted weight
Green Hat (Peep): 2 shades of green, orange, turquoise blue; Pink Hat (Abigail): 3 shades of pink, orange; Blue Hat (Sigmund): 2 shades of turquoise blue, lime green;
Orange Hat (Knotty): Orange, light peach, turquoise blue.
Yarns used in samples: Red Heart Pumpkin, Shocking Pink, Baby Pink, Turqua, Aruba Sea, White; I Love This Yarn Limelight, Light Peach, Yellow; Loops and Thread Soft Fern
Crochet Hooks: G (optional), H, I, J
Miscellaneous: yarn needle, 2 black buttons per hat and stuffie (use safety eyes for stuffies if used with small children), sewing needle, black thread, black crochet cotton or embroidery floss for smiles.
Gauge for green, pink and blue hats with I hook: 4” = 13 hdc and 9 rounds
Gauge for orange hat, with J hook: 4” = 7.5 clusters (created by pattern repeat) and 9 rounds
Pattern includes 17 pages of detailed instruction to make 4 different hats in all sizes, with or without earflaps and 4 different stuffed items.
Skill level: Intermediate Beginner, with basic crochet skills. Email help is available with each pattern purchase. How-to pix are included.
Please contact the designer with any questions, comments or concerns. Help with this pattern is available through email. Heidi@snappy-tots.com.
All text and graphics/photos are Copyright ©2013 Snappy Tots by Heidi Yates, all rights reserved. No pattern may be reproduced or distributed, in part or whole by any means, without written permission. Finished products created from this pattern may be sold. Please include reference to www.snappy-tots.com as pattern source when possible.