Crochet Baby Sun Hats with Hugs and Kisses

Crochet Hugs and Kisses Baby Sun Hats
Crochet Hugs and Kisses Baby Sun Hats
Crochet Hugs and Kisses Baby Sun Hats

The Crochet Baby Sun Hats are featuring the Hugs and Kisses Stitching Concept. Versatile from beanie format to brimmed sun hats.

These are sized for newborns and 3-month size using the textured stitches. The texture can be coloured for standing out or you can keep the entire hat solid and it will still be really nice.

The brims are 1″ extra from the edge of the beanies. These can be paired with the Adult Size. Essentially a Mom and Me Crochet Gift. I have provided the adult version information below.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Baby Sun Hats

Adult Sun Bucket Hat – Same Stitching

Crochet Hugs and Kisses Bucket Sun Hat
Crochet Hugs and Kisses Bucket Sun Hat

The Crochet Adult Sun Bucket Hat using the Hugs and Kisses Stitch concept. With a textured band that is part of the structure to stand out.

Starting at the top of the head, it fits the average female head. The brim is intended to be sturdy and lean downward to help keep the sun off your face.

You can do colour play with this and colour the Hugs and Kisses section to be different. The section starts on the 11th rnd and goes to the 20th round.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Free Pattern: Crochet Adult Hugs and Kisses Sun Bucket Hat

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2 Comments

  1. Kellie

    Hello, I’m working on the 3 month size of this hat and I’m stuck on the first round of the brim. The pattern shows it increasing from 48 to 60 and the math doesn’t work out to do that. I end up with 54, (9 groupings of 1 sc in next 4 sts and 2 SC in next st), plus 3 following that for a total of 57. I drew it out and still don’t understand how you get to 60. The math works out for this row for the newborn size but not for the 3 month size. Is there a problem with my crocheting or the pattern?

    • Mikey

      I will double-check it’s most likely me. I will follow up later this week. I have to recrochet this again to check my work.

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