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« on: January 19, 2008 08:03:54 PM »

My nephew who is going to be two in May just learned how to say SpongeBob and its like his new favorite thing. I want to crochet him something spongebob that is more than just a toy and I came up with the idea of a hat, but I'm not so sure on how to construct a rectangular hat and if it would even work, any ideas?

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« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2008 10:18:39 AM »

Off the top of my head I would say to maybe make a regular little beanie cap, and then a square (instead of totally rectangle like spongebob really is, ie each of 4 sides would be the same width since a toddler's head isn't flat on the sides lol) that would fit over that beanie and stitch together at the bottom, leaving room to fill the spongebob part with stuffing/fiberfill. Not sure if this is doable or makes sense how I worded it, but I can kinda picture it in my head! Essentially you would be attaching a stuffie to a hat at the edge of the hat and the bottom of the stuffie.

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« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2008 05:43:34 AM »

I've seen lot of SpongeBob hats that were just done like a regular round hat. If you use bright yellow yarn to make a hat in the round and then crochet eyes and a mouth, I think it would still be cool.  And if it's bright yellow, most people will know what it is (my mom is a SpongeBob fanatic, so my eyes are immediately drawn to yellow whenever I am out shopping for her  Cheesy)
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