Tulip Preemie Cap Free Crochet Pattern -Preemie Hats You Can Crochet For Charity

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This great little pattern that is so much fun to make! The Tulips Preemie Cap by Dee Stanziano is an incredibly fast project (it will take only about 30-40 minutes for the experienced crocheter to make a cute tulip hat)and it’s so easy and so so so cute!

The ingenious design and the original tulip stem , will make you love this pattern from the first moment. Making hats for charity or gifting? This preemie hat pattern is great for charity, for donating to hospitals or to send overseas to orphanages.


Tulip Preemie Cap Free Crochet Pattern


Yarn Weight: sport or baby OR light or regular worsted in any color for flower.

Small amount of green for stem.

Size F, G, or H crochet hook depending upon yarn choice. (Smaller the hook & thinner the yarn, the smaller the cap.)
1 Tapestry needle
2 stitch markers of different colors such as orange & green

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Tulip Preemie Cap Free Crochet Pattern -Preemie Hats You Can Crochet For Charity

Check out the original source for this Tulip Preemie Cap Free Crochet Pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: CrochetingWithDee

Thanks to Dee Stanziano for the article inspiration and featured image.

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2 thoughts on “Tulip Preemie Cap Free Crochet Pattern -Preemie Hats You Can Crochet For Charity”

  1. Preemie tulip hat—
    How many bushy clusters after round 4? I end up with 16. It goes from 8 to 12, then it doesn’t say how many after round 4. Also how many scallops on edge? Picture looks like 6 in picture, I end up with 8. I’ve tried this pattern twice, it comes out too wide. Also what stitch do you slip stitch into at end of round? Chain one stitch or first single crochet?
    This is a cute pattern, but I’m having problems. Please help.
    Thank You

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