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Newborn Cap Pattern

This is a suggested pattern. You may use your own pattern.

  • Size #4 or #5 double pointed needles
  • Pink or blue baby or sport weight yarn
  • Cast on 72 stitches (24 each needles)
  • Knit every row for 45 rows (5 inches or more)
  • Decrease as follows:
  Row 1 *K 6 K 2 tog Repeat from * across
  Row 2 and all even rows K across
  Row 3 K 5 K 2 tog Repeat from * across
  Row 5 K 4 K 2 tog Repeat from * across
  Row 7 K 3 K 2 tog Repeat from * across
  Row 9 K 2 K 2 tog Repeat from * across
  Row 11 *K 2 tog Repeat from * across
  • To finish off: Cut yarn leaving 6 or more inches. Pull through remaining stitches and knot. Use remaining yarn at crochet loop on top of cap.
  • You may vary as you wish-like inserting hearts, animals, boats, etc. into the design.
  • Caps may also be crocheted.

When done, please take items to the Volunteer Services Office at Mid Coast Hospital, 123 Medical Center Dr., Brunswick. Many thanks!

(For location maps and contact numbers, go here.)

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