Saturday, September 26, 2015

Children's Chihuahua Hat and Scarf Free Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

This Crochet Pattern was a 
paid crochet pattern.
I decided to update, re-edit 
and re-test this pattern.
 Then Give it to you 
Free here on my Blog.

It was one of my first Crochet patterns
written for "people".
This pattern is written for 
Toddler and Children Sizes.
It is a basic pattern and really easy to stitch up.

Children's Chilhuahua Hat and Scarf - 
Crochet pattern By Sara sach
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SKill: Easy

Material-
Crochet Hook- H
Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) 3 oz. of each –
              Brown, Beige and Raspberry
              I used - I love This Yarn - brown and beige,
               and Razzleberry sparkle
Yarn Needle

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Slip Stitch (slst)

Size :  Toddler (2-4 yrs. old - 16 inches) and Youth (5-10 yrs. old - 18 inches)

Notes: Ch1 at ends of rounds does not count as a st,
it is a turning ch.

All rounds are joined by Slst


Chihuahua Hat:
R-1 : With Dk. Brown  ( both sizes)
Ch 3, 8 hdc in second ch from the hook, joi, ch1 (8 hdc)

R-2 :  2 hdc in each hdc around, join ch1 (16 hdc)

R -3 :  Hdc in 1st  st, 2 hdc in second st, 1 hdc in the next st ,
2 hdc in the next st, continue around repeating the pattern
join, ch 1 (24 hdc)

R-4  : Hdc in first, * hdc in the next st, 2 hdc in the next st,
continue around repeating from *, join and ch 1 (32hdc)

R -5 : *Hdc in first 3 sts, 2 hdc in the next st,
continue around repeating from *, join, ch 1 (40hdc)

R-6 : * Hdc in first 4 sts, 2 hdc in the next st ,
continue around from *, join ch 1 (48)

(If making Toddler size, skip to R-10 from here)

R-7 : * Hdc in first 5 sts, 2 hdc in the next,
continue  around from * , join , ch 1 (56hdc)

R -8 : * Hdc in first 6 sts, 2 hdc in the next st,
continue around from * , join , ch 1 (64hdc)

R-9 : * Hdc in the first 7 sts, 2 hdc in the next st,
continue around from *, join, ch 1 (72hdc)

R-10 :  1 Hdc in each st around, join, ch1 (72hdc)

R-11 - 15 : Repeat R-10

R-12 :  Change to Razzleberry Sparkle yarn,
1 sc in each st, tie off , weave in ends of yarn.
 ( you can sc several rows around, if you want a thicker hat brim)

Chihuahua Ears: make 2

R -1 : With Beige, ch 12, hdc in the second ch
 from the hook, hdc in each ch, ch1, turn

R-2 :  Hdc in each st, ch1, turn

R-3 :  Hdc in each st, 2 hdc in last st on row, turn up ,
3 hdc in top of ear, 2 hdc first st on opposite side,
1 hdc in each st, working down the side of the ear

R-4 :  Change to Dk. Brown, ch1 turn, 12 hdc in each st
working back up the side of the ear, 2 hdc in next st, 
in the next st ( hdc, ch 3, hdc - this will make the point
on the top of the ear) 2 hdc in the next st, 12 hdc down
 the opposite side of the ear,
tie off leaving a 8 inch yarn tail to sew it on the hat.

Set a side till both ears are made and center them on the sides
 of the hat. Sew them in place with the yarn needle.

Razzleberry Bow:
With the Razzleberry sparkle yarn, ch 50, 1 hdc in each ch,
 tie off and weave your ends in.
Lay bow out crossing the middle into a bow shape,
with a 12 inch piece of matching yarn, wrap tightly around
 the bow and tie snuggly. Place and Sew on hat, on the right
 side by the ear.


Scarf:
R-1 : (Starting with the Razzleberry Sparkle yarn, Ch 16,
Hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch, ch1, turn

(15 hdc, st counts remains the same throughout the scarf)

R-2 : hdc in each st, ch1, turn
R-3 : Change to beige yarn, hdc in each st, ch1, turn
R-4-12 : Repeat row 3
R-13 : Change to dk Brown, 1 hdc in each st, ch1, turn
R-14-67 : repeat row 13

(add or subtract rows here for desired scarf length)
R-68 : Change to beige yarn, 1 hdc in each st, ch1 turn
R 69-78 : repeat Row 68
 R-79 : change to Razzleberry Sparkle yarn,
1 hdc in each row, ch1, turn.
R-80 : repeat row 79, tie off.

Paw print Appliqués: Make 2
R-1 : Ch 3, 8 dc in the second ch from the hook, join, ch 1
R-2 : 2 dc in each dc, join, ch 1
R-3 : Sc in first dc, *(hdc, dc, dc, hdc) in the next st, 1 sc in the next st,
 (*) in the next st, sc in the next st, (*) in the next st, sc in the next st, (*)
in the next st, sc in the next st and tie off. Place on scarf and sew
 in place with matching thread.

of This Crochet pattern is available
 in my Craftsy Shop for $1.50 :

I Love Chihuahuas and All things Chihuahua.
But this is good basic hat pattern that could
 be a cat, bear, bunny or any animal 
just by changing the ears.
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