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Topic: Basic Beanie for Pullip doll (will also fit Blythe)  (Read 9928 times)
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« Reply #10 on: October 09, 2006 09:18:55 AM »


A simple crocheted beanie for a Pullip doll, using a sportweight yarn. This was a really quick project, one that's going to be easy to fancy up with appliques, ear flaps, pompons, all that sort of thing. This will also fit a Blythe doll - if you want a tighter fit on a Blythe, skip one or two rounds of increases.

I used:
Peace Fleece "DK" sportweight, olive roots
crochet hook C/2-2.75mm (next time I might go up a hook size and do one less round of increases)

Make a slip knot loop and sc 6 sts into the loop; tighten loop.
begin increases
1) 2 hdc into each st (12)
2) *1 hdc, inc 1* (18)
3) *2 hdc, inc 1* (24)
4) *3 hdc, inc 1* (30)
5) *4 hdc, inc 1* (36)
6) *5 hdc, inc 1* (42)
Stop increasing. Start checking the fit after row 10 to get the length you want.
7 - 13) hdc ea st
done!

Ugh! You have a Rovam, don't you! I wanted her forEVER, but by the time I was able to get her, she was sold out. D:

Such a cute beanie, too! Someday I'll get a Pullip and make her this beanie ♥
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« Reply #11 on: October 09, 2006 03:53:28 PM »

Cute beanie, I will have to make one for my Blythe!
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« Reply #12 on: January 16, 2008 02:01:58 PM »

Ok, will someone help me with this?

I'm pretty confident about this pattern, I'm still a noob, but I'm a fast learner. I think I know what I should be doing... Except for the last bit on ever line.

I mean:

inc 1* (18{or other number})

Seriously, what the hell does that mean?
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« Reply #13 on: March 06, 2008 02:32:09 PM »

Thanks for these tutorials. I've been using them to make many cute hats for my dolls, and a couple of dread-lock style wigs.
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« Reply #14 on: July 20, 2008 03:46:53 PM »

Ok, will someone help me with this?

I'm pretty confident about this pattern, I'm still a noob, but I'm a fast learner. I think I know what I should be doing... Except for the last bit on ever line.

I mean:

inc 1* (18{or other number})

Seriously, what the hell does that mean?

I am really, really late to this, so you've probably already gotten the answer - but that number at the end tells you how many stitches you will have when the round is completed. It's used in a lot of written knit and crochet patterns, but I can see how it will throw off a newbie!
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« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2008 11:26:50 AM »

what's the diameter of the hat when finished? I was goofing around with tiny yarn trying to make up a pattern for a hat, and I'm just wondering if I might be able to give it to a Blythe fan.
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