4th of July Stars & Stripes Hat Knitting Pattern

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Get your little one ready for Memorial Day, the 4th of July or any time they’re feeling particularly patriotic with my new Fair Isle Stars & Stripes Hat Knitting Pattern!

Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern for newborns, babies and toddlers! Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern perfect for the 4th of July (yes, tiny babies need hats in July)! | littleredwindow.com

 

A 4th of July Hat has been on my “to-knit” list forever.  How cute are these bright red and white stripes and fun (but easy) stars?) This hat is a really great intro to fair isle knitting if you haven’t done it before because the stars are a super easy to follow pattern that you can basically memorize so you can focus on what your hands are doing and not so much on complicated counting. Plus it’s only 3 rows of fair isle. I promise, anyone can manage that! If you’re like I was, with sewing buttonholes, just give it a try, it won’t be nearly as difficult as you imagine! Promise!
Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern for newborns, babies and toddlers! Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern perfect for the 4th of July (yes, tiny babies need hats in July)! | littleredwindow.com And yes, before I get many many comments, I do realize, as my husband immediately pointed out, the 4th of July does take place in July. Which is summer.  Which is usually hot. But for one thing, little babies still need hats in summer, especially if they’re inside in the chilly air conditioning. Secondly, fireworks take place after dark and yes, it can sometimes get chilly then. And finally, although I didn’t get it out in enough time this year, this hat would also be perfect for Memorial Day. Or anytime you’re feeling patriotic. And I don’t know about where you live, but here it’s almost always cool for Memorial Day. So if you have a friend due with a summer baby, make one, I promise they’ll love it!
Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern for newborns, babies and toddlers! Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern perfect for the 4th of July (yes, tiny babies need hats in July)! | littleredwindow.com

Fair Isle Tiny Pom Pom Hat Knitting Pattern includes Sizes 0-3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 2T+

Gauge: 20 stitches = 4 inches

Supply List:

Worsted weight yarn in red, white, and blue

16″ US 7 circular needles

US 7 double pointed needles

Yarn needle

(If you need help, my favorite knitting reference book for everyone from beginners to advanced knitters is THIS ONE!)

This cute pattern is available for sale only. (I have a ton of free pattern options here!) When you purchase this pattern, you’ll get an instant download PDF pattern in  one nicely formatted easy-to-print page  that includes written instructions and  reference step by step photos which you can print (or not) depending on whether you need them. This pattern is available in my Etsy shop or on Ravelry where it will also be permanently stored in your Ravelry pattern library.

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Or download the PDF pattern from Ravelry here:
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Happy Knitting! Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern for newborns, babies and toddlers! Fun Stars & Stripes Baby Hat Knitting Pattern perfect for the 4th of July (yes, tiny babies need hats in July)! | littleredwindow.com
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2 thoughts on “4th of July Stars & Stripes Hat Knitting Pattern

  1. I am knitting the Stars and Stripes hat and I am confused about the decrease rounds. The instructions for Round 2 say “k1B, k3A, k1B, k2A.” The other rounds also use A and B. The photo shows the decrease rounds in the red and white stripes. I don’t know what the A and B are differentiating. From the photo and my knowledge of knitting beanies, the decreases are done every other row and the even rows are straight knitting. I looked on your website for errata on this pattern, but none were listed. Thanks for your help.

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