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Girls Baseball Hat Crochet Pattern

Hello fellow crocheters!  I have a special treat today for anyone who loves baseball, baby girls, and crochet… a girl’s crochet baseball hat pattern.  My nephew, who used to play baseball in college, recently had the joy of his wife delivering a healthy baby girl and I wanted to make a welcoming gift that paid homage to her baseball loving father.  Hence, the girls crochet baseball hat pattern was created!  And, because I like to share, I wanted to offer up the pattern for free to all of my visitors!

The pattern I am posting is written for 0-3 months, but you can adjust the number of stitches and rows to get the hat size you need.

Materials:

HAT

Hook I/9 – 5.50 mm

Caron Simply Soft Medium 4 – White

FLOWER

Hook H/8 – 8.500 mm

Red Heart Shimmer Medium 4 – Red

Yarn Needle

Button

 

STITCHES

Magic Ring – MR

Chain – Ch

Slip Stitch – SS ST

Single Crochet – SC

Double Crochet – DC

Half Double Crochet – HDC

*The chain 1 stitch does not count in the stitch count total

 

GIRL CROCHET BASEBALL HAT BODY

Magic Ring; chain 1

Row 1:  10 HDC in MR (10 total stitches); SS ST in the top of previous Ch1

Row 2:  Ch1; 2HDC in each stitch (20 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Row 3:  Ch1; *2HDC in first stitch, then 1HDC in next*, repeat from the * until the end of row (30 stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Row 4:  Ch1; *2HDC in the first stitch, then 1HDC in the next two stitches*, repeat from the * until the end of the row (40 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

 

I stopped increasing here because my hat measured 4.5”, which is a great size for a newborn. 

 

Row 5:  Ch1; HDC in each stitch (40 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Row 6:  Ch1; DC in each stitch (40 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Row 7:  Ch1; HDC in each stitch (40 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Row 8:  Ch1; DC in each stitch (40 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Row 9-11:  Ch1; SC in each stitch (40 total stitches); SS ST in top of previous Ch1

Finish off and weave in ends – my final length of the hat was about 4.5”

 

CONGRATS!  You have now finished your hat…onto the flower we go!

 

GIRL CROCHET BASEBALL HAT FLOWER

Ch41

Row 1:  SC in 2nd loop from the hook, then *Ch2, skip 1 stitch, SC in next stitch*, repeat from * until the end of the row, making sure to SC in last chain, Ch1 and turn

Row 2:  Ch2, DC, HDC, DC, SS in first stitch, then *SC, DC, HDC, DC, SS in next stitch*, repeat from the * until the end of the row

Finish off leaving a long tail to sew onto hat.

 

ASSEMBLING the GIRL CROCHET BASEBALL HAT

Using the yarn needle and red yarn, I stitched on the V’s on each side to resemble baseball stitching.  Then I sewed the flower on… positioning is 100% up to you.  Lastly, I sewed the button in the middle of the flower.  You now have one adorable girls crochet baseball hat!

I really hope you enjoyed my pattern!  Please feel free to sell to your hearts galore any hats made from this pattern, but please do not sell my pattern nor use my pictures.  I would greatly appreciate a link back to this post, but it’s not a requirement…just greatly appreciated!

I would love for you to share pictures of your completed hat or any comments! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me and I will try to help as much as I can.  I hope everyone is having a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by!

Cheers to Crochet!

Lisa


12 comments

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Edye,

      Thank you! It is the first pattern that I have made and actually shared…I’m very excited about it! Thanks for stopping by!

      lisa

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Jennie,

      Thank you so much! I’m so excited to finally be sharing a pattern that I have written! Thank you for stopping by!

      Cheers,
      Lisa

  1. Brittny says:

    I love your hats! I’ve been the lucky recipient of a hat made by this lovely lady and they are to die for! I might even try and learn to crochet one of these days. Lucky baby who gets this one 🙂

  2. Maria says:

    How lovely! A fantastic present for any family who are big baseball fans and is currently expecting. Thanks so much for sharing this with us on #shinebloghop this week 🙂

  3. Susan says:

    How adorable! I’m always looking for fun projects to take with me on summer car trips. Thanks for sharing at the #ThisIsHowWeRoll Link Party. Pinning Now.

  4. Cute hat!!! I knit, but am not able to crochet. A link up I love participating in every weeks is Ginny Sheller’s yarn along. (It happens every Wednesday morning at 9AM.) P.S. I’m pinning this on Pinterest, under the section “Wish I could crochet”.

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