Children’s Beanie Hat Vintage Crochet Pattern

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Here’s a fast and easy crocheted Beanie Hat pattern to keep your little one’s head warm. Baby yarn and a No. 2 crochet hook is used. No size is given, but it’s from a Baby Book of patterns so it’s probably for an infant or toddler. Looks like it’s mostly worked in a single crochet stitch.

Childs Beanie Hat Crochet Pattern

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Childrens Beanie Hat Crochet Pattern

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Knitted Neck Roll Bolster Pillow Pattern – VTNS Fan Freebie

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Welcome to this Friday’s VTNS Fan Freebie!

The pattern today is from a 1916 Bear Brand Blue Book of Worsted Work the Fourteenth Volume. The knitting pattern texture is great and it has tassels at both ends.

Knitted Neck Roll Pillow Pattern - Vintage Crafts and More

Bear Brand Shetland Floss is used in blue and sand. Since this yarn is no longer available, the best I can figure is it was a 100% wool, lightweight two-ply yarn, like a lace or baby/fingering weight that’s used to make summer sweaters, women’s dresses, scarfs and children’s knit wear. Since it’s a pillow, if it’s going to be used and not just as decoration, you might want to use an acrylic, washable yarn.

This neck pillow uses a bolster pillow form that is 22 inches by 8 inches. I found one that is 20 inches by 8 inches you may be able to use that costs less. As with many antique knitting patterns, no gauge is given so you’re kind of on your own figuring out the best size.

Knitted Neck Roll Pillow Pattern Instructions - Vintage Crafts and More

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