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Pink Lemonade Two Lace Hats


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The gorgeous Pink Lemonade Two Lace Hats are a pretty way to keep baby warm. These two knit baby hat patterns look a lot more complicated than they really are. By following one of two easy-to-follow patterns, you can create two elegant designs. The one on the left is knit in fan lace and the one on the right in tiffany lace. This pattern offers sizing for preemies all the way up to toddlers, so there's no reason for your baby not to be wearing the prettiest hat on the block! Happy baby hat knitting!

Pink Lemonade Two Lace Hats
Pink Lemonade Two Lace Hats
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Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)


For more projects from Heather Tucker, visit her profile page. For more knit baby hats, be sure to check out the newly updated 14 Adorable Knit Baby Hats article!

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i like these,i do them for babies in shelters

These hats are so pretty, I was a bit disappointed to find that they are for babies. How can I size them up for grown ups?

How can I print directions without all the comments?

Highlight the section you want to print/ copy/ and then open up a word document and paste it to word and print. Another way is to just hit the print command and tell it to print page 1. Copy and paste is really the way to go. If you do not know how to do it, I am sure you can find someone to show you. Then you can print only what you want and it is real easy once you get the hang of it.


Knit, definitely!

Definitely KNIT....very cute!

I love the designs of both hats and I am going to make them for Christmas gift for some family members.

Gorgeous! I have two friends going on an Alaskan cruise, and I plan on making one for each of them

The patterns call for a multiple of 12 stitches, so you can increase the circumference of the hat by adding stitches according to this multiple to the cast-on row. You can increase the length of the hat by adding rounds before working on the crown. You can also use a worsted-weight yarn and larger needles (appropriate for the worsted yarn) which will increase the size of the hat, although I think you would still have to increase the # of cast-on stitches and add rounds to increase the length. You can, of course, use a bulky-weight yarn and even larger needles, but I think the pretty patterns might be lost somewhat if you did this.

They are both beautiful! I will have to make both of them, and I know two little girls that would just love them.

I would knit them both! Larger versions would make great Chemo hats.

I will knit them both. Very nice.

I knit kemo hats and think these will be great :)

when I have time I would like to knit both

love them both, was disappointed to find out the size is for babies. I have several teenage nieces who would enjoy these as Christmas presents. Oh well, I'll just convert the pattern to a bigger size and get knitting!

There's no way I could choose one to make--they're both gorgeous, so I'll just make both of them...they're lovely!


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