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The Tiniest Hat & Blanket
                                An Original Pattern By The Blueberry Bee, Copyright 2013

Needed Items: 
Baby Sport Weight Yarn (4-ply)
Size C (2.75mm) Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Stitch Marker
 
Abbreviations: 
st = stitch
ch = chain sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
ea = each
rep = repeat
beg = beginning  
dc = double crochet

Blanket Instructions:
      1. Make a slip knot and then chain 11.
      2. SC into 2nd ch from hook and in every ch st following (total of 10 sc).
      3. Ch 1 and turn your work, then sc into ea st (total of 10 sc).
      4. Rep row 3 until you reach 10 rows total, or your desired width. (Mine is 10x10, approximately 3 & ½ inches by 3 & ½ inches.)
      5. At the end of row 10 (or your last row), ch 1, clip the yarn strand, leaving approximately 2 inches of tail, and weave in ends.
      6. Congratulate yourself! You just made the tiniest blanket!
Hat Instructions:
      1. Make a slip knot and then chain 5 and join to beg ch with a sl st.
      2. Ch 3 and work 4 dc into ring (5 dc). Join with a sl st to top of ch 3.
      3. Ch 1 and sc into 1st st (this counts for 2 sts), insert your stitch marker into the 1st st made, then work 1 sc into the next st, followed by 2 sts in the next, then 1 st, then 2 sts, around. Join with a sl st to beg sc (9 sc, counting ch 1).
      4. Ch 1 and sc into ea st around, ending with a sl st to join this round (9 sc).
      5. Ch 1, clip the tail, and end off. Weave in the ends, turn inside out, and shape with fingertips.
      6. Congratulate yourself! You just made the tiniest hat!
      *These are great as gifts for your favorite kiddos. They also make touching bereavement gifts
      for those who have lost little ones. They're also great additions to scrapbooks or dollhouse nurseries!
      *For safety's sake, please do not give them to children less than 5 years old, as they could cause choking.
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