Free Pattern! Kitty Ear Hat

This hat is super easy to make with no sewing!

This hat is super easy to make with no sewing!

Kitty Ear Hat

Sizes : Child/Tween/Adult   18/19/21” hat circumference

Yarn: Baby Bee Baby Lou Lou in Strawberry(38% acrylic/62% polyamide/ 3.5oz/100g/267yd/244m)

I/9-5.50 mm Hook

Gauge: 13 sts x 9 rows = 4” in dc

 Brim

Ch 9

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn [8 sc]

Rows 2- 60 (62,66): CH 1, scblo in each sc across. Turn

Do not fasten off.

Holding short ends together and working through both thicknesses, sl st through the back lp of each sc and corresponding foundation ch seaming the brim together.

Do not fasten off.

Hat

Turn work to crochet into the row ends of the brim.

Rnd 1: CH 3 (does not count as dc), dc in each sc row end around, dc in same place as ch-3, Join in 1st dc made. Turn [60, 62, 66 dc]

Rnds 2- 11 (12, 13) : Ch 3, dc in in each dc around, dc in same place as ch 3. Join in 1st dc made. Turn

Do not fasten off.

Ears

Holding last row together to seam the top of the hat

Sc through both thicknesses of each dc across the last row [30, 31, 33 sc]

Turn to work along the row edge

Sl st down 4, (4, 5) rows

Turn to work at an angle going back towards the top of the hat.

Sl st at an angle through both thicknesses until you reach the top of the hat (sc row).

Count the number of stitches from the sl st over to corner of your “ear” as a guide for the next section. (I’m just gonna call it X# of stitches, this is to make sure your ears are the same size )

Working along the top of the hat again, sl st across each sc until you have X# of stitches remaining.

Since I used this fuzzy yarn its kind of hard to see the slip stitches, so this may help.

Since I used this fuzzy yarn its kind of hard to see the slip stitches, so this may help.