Sweet Baby Cap

I’ve been asked to translate the pattern for the baby cap. Here it is. English understanding people – I hope you will enjoy it and I hope to see a lot of nice caps around! Thanks to Theresa. She made the traslation. 

Gauge: 28 stitches = 10 cm

Yarn: 50 grams of light and dark pink yarn, baby weight.

Sizes:  6 mo (1) 2 yr

CO 121 (125) 131 stitches with 2.5 mm circular needle, join then knit 7 rounds in garter stitch (purl one round, then knit one round) then change to 3 mm needles and knit in stockinette stitch, changing colors every 2 rows. 
 
On the next round, increase and decrease as follows:
k1, M1, k18 (18) 19, slip 1 – knit 2 tog tbl – ­ psso, k 18 (19) 20, M1, k1, M1
k 18 (19) 20, slip 1 – knit 2 tog tbl – psso, k 18 (19) 20, M1, k1, M1, k 18
(19) 20, slip 1 – knit 2 tog tbl – psso, k 18 (18) 19, M1, k1
 
Repeat these increases and decreases every other round for 8 (9) 10 more rounds. Then do only the decreases every other round until there are 7 (11) 11 stitches left. Then k2tog until only one stitch is left, break yarn and thread through remaining stitches.

Steam block the cap from the inside with a damp cloth over. Attach crocheted or I-cord ribbon in each side.

The pattern is available in norwegian too

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246 kommentar to “Sweet Baby Cap”

  1. Her er den « Gros Says:

    [...] The pattern is available in english too [...]

  2. chauntel Says:

    It’s so cute! Thank you so much for the pattern, I can’t wait to start one.

  3. Tammy Says:

    It’s beautiful. Thank you.

  4. Joni Says:

    Thank you so much! I’m very excited to make lots of these. :)

  5. Siri Says:

    Thank you for translating and sharing this with us. Maybe I’ll cast on for one tomorrow in honor of Syttende Mai?

  6. wiscjennyann Says:

    Thank you!

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  8. Beth Says:

    Thank you SOSOSOSO much!!

  9. Dorothy B Says:

    I just came over from Ravelry and I am so happy you translated this pattern. It is the cutest hat and I can’t wait to make it.

  10. LizzieK8 Says:

    Thanks so much! I’ve been waiting and hoping for the pattern. It’s so very cute!

  11. E to the M Says:

    Thank you! The hat reminds me of the Jaywalker sock. I’m envisioning a matching set.

  12. CraftyGrrrl.ca » Jane Sweater… Says:

    [...] by casting on the Norwegian baby hat pattern Adrienne posted, the pattern has been translated into english and I think the variegated blue yarn My Jen (no I haven’t licked her and claimed her as my [...]

  13. karen Says:

    Thank you for translating and sharing this wonderful pattern. I can’t wait to knit it!

  14. goce Says:

    Great pattern and great hat!

  15. Celina Says:

    Thanks for sharing, very nice of you.

  16. Margie Says:

    Thank you for sharing the pattern!!! The hats are just adorable, I can’t wait to give one a try.

  17. Carrie Says:

    Can you tell me (I am missing something) – after I switch to the 3mm needles and stockinette, how many rounds do I knit before starting the inc/dec rows?

  18. Melissa Says:

    Thank you for sharing the translation, it’s a wonderful hat.

  19. grosblog Says:

    Hello to everybody!

    Thanks for nice comments about the hat. I hope to see many nice versions around. I’ll be glad to see a picture or get an URL to visit when you have done the cap!

    To Carrie:

    You start the inc/dec rows just after you have switched to the 3mm needles.

  20. Carrie Says:

    Thanks so much – this is an adorable pattern and I can’t wait to make it!

  21. Cristina Says:

    Thank you for a very sweet pattern. I just posted my finished cap on my site. And you might be interested to see this: http://philacraft.blogspot.com/2006/06/snufkin.html. You have fellow Moomin fans in the US!

  22. Cristina Says:

    Sorry, here’s that link to Snuflin again without the period after html.

    http://philacraft.blogspot.com/2006/06/snufkin.html

    All good wishes, Cristina

  23. cheryl Says:

    Thanks for the great translation! I’ve got one on the needles!

  24. filambulle Says:

    Well, now I must knit one.

  25. Cynthia Christian Says:

    This has got to be the cutiest little baby hat I’ve seen in a log time. thank you so much for the translation………..Do you have any other patterns like this that you could translate? I would be interested in any that you have. Thank you so much………….cindy012055@sbcglobal.net

  26. Ella Says:

    Thanks for this pattern! i’m just going to put it aside for fall knitting days.

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  31. Knit Nurse Says:

    Thanks for the lovely pattern, it provided a very useful last-minute gift for my friend’s one-year-old!
    http://theknitnursechronicles.blogspot.com/2007/06/young-jose.html

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  33. Kimberli Says:

    Thanks for the pattern! Cheers!

  34. Neither Hip Nor Funky » Blog Archive » Two by Two Says:

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  35. rachael Says:

    Thank you so much!
    I can’t wait to start on them…
    (gonna have to make a dozen!)

  36. Aim Says:

    Thanks for translating! That is so beautiful, I’m gonna start one NOW! :)

  37. Leslie Says:

    How generous of you to share this lovely pattern. So many little ones will benefit from your thoughtfulness!

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  39. Hadley Says:

    What a seriously sweet baby cap!

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  41. kellie Says:

    that is adorable
    thanks

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  43. Lynda Says:

    What an adorable baby hat! Thank you so very much, for the pattern.
    But I’m so confused, maybe because I’m fairly new to knitting.
    I’ve never had any problems yet, understanding a pattern but when I read this one I just don’t get it, sorry.

    When I change to the 3 mm needle size, I start doing the inc./dec. rows right away? Yet it says that when you change to the 3 mm needles, you knit in stockinette stitch?
    It states, «Repeat these increases and decreases every other round» What do I do on every other round after the inc./dec. round? Straight knitting?
    Then later it says: «Then do only the decreases every other round, etc….»
    To me I can only see what looks like one continuous round of mixed increasing, and decreasing. I don’t see a round of only decreasing.
    And if I’m decreasing on every other round, do I do straight knitting on the other round? Thus, every other round?

    I would be so very grateful, if somebody could please clarify all of this for me. My email address is below.
    I would love to be able to make this cute little hat for my grandson, but I can’t understand the instructions.
    Please if you could possibly email me with some help on how to knit this hat with specifics in regards to my questions above, I would appreciate it soooooo much.

    My email address is: queen_gueneviere@yahoo.ca Please put at the top, «Sweet Baby Cap» so that I’ll know it’s not spam. Thank you so very much to anybody who can help me out. I’ll be so very grateful to have some help so that I can understand the directions, and be able to make this hat for my grandson. :) Thank you, thank you, thank you, to whomever is kind enough to email me, with help on this.

  44. Steph VW Says:

    I made your cap this week. It’s brilliant. I posted a little «clarification» on my blog based on what I figured out from your photos – I hope that’s ok.

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  46. Robbie Says:

    Great hat but could you tell me what the M1 stands for is it make one.
    Thanks

  47. grosblog Says:

    YES! M1 = make one ;)

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  57. Gully Says:

    Thank you, thank you for the translation :)
    I´ve been looking for a «knit in the round» version of this hat, I´m Icelandic and actually wore this kind of hats myself when I was a baby (still have one of mine)
    I´m a novice knitter but still managed to knit this cap in 2 days for my 6 week old son.
    I must take a picture tomorrow and post here to show off :)

  58. Gully Says:

    Here are 2 pictures of my beautiful boy with his fantastic baby cap :)
    http://s3.frontur.com/img/330/20071029134936_0.jpg
    http://s3.frontur.com/img/330/20071029135322_2.jpg

    Not the best pictures but they´ll do for now. I actually finished another one, made it bigger and finished of with an I-cord at the top.

  59. blog Says:

    hi

    wonderful post

  60. Judy Miller Says:

    I am so thrilled to get this pattern. It is adorable and I will be out on the streets today in search of the perfect yarn. I think it will be Artyarn.

  61. Natalie A. Says:

    I love this hat! Thank you for having the pattern translated. My husband and I visited Iceland 3 years ago and I fell in love with everything there – especially all the knitted garments!
    Has anyone knitted this hat in the largest size and been 6 stitches short of finishing the pattern at the end of the first increase/decrease row? Help! What am I doing wrong?

  62. Brynne Says:

    I love this pattern and can’t stop knitting it. Here are some finished hats to show off.

    http://knitlet.typepad.com/knitlet/2007/11/cold-please-ple.html

    Now it just needs to cool off in Houston!

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  65. Idetrorce Says:

    very interesting, but I don’t agree with you
    Idetrorce

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  69. Silvi Says:

    Hallo!

    Gibt es die Sweet Baby CapStrickanleitung auch auf deutsch?

    Gruss Silvi

  70. di Says:

    Ohhhh!!! **Excitement** A friend had an old baby hat like this, and I’d love to knit one- thankyou so much for sharing the pattern in English!!

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  75. korianteri Says:

    Hello!
    Most probably a cap like this will soon be seen in Finland!

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  78. renlen Says:

    Thanks for this cute pattern! Can you tell me if the M1 instructions are for increasing right or left?

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  80. Johanna's Jewelry and Gifts Says:

    Thanks for sharing that pattern. It’s a really cute hat!
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  83. Jeanie Says:

    printed this pattern! It’s lovely, and i’ll be knitting one each for my upcoming nephew, two nieces and my daughter. Thanks for sharing such a great pattern!

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  87. Juliette (new baby on the way) Gold Says:

    Thanks for the translation, it’s a really cute design.

  88. Cadi Says:

    Thank you for this beautiful pattern! My creation is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cadilily/2477832858/

    I’m planning on knitting up more for friends who are expecting lil’ ones. :-)

    Bright blessings,
    Cadi

  89. Inger-55 Says:

    Hei på deg i kroken!
    Tusen takk for at du delte dette luemønstret med oss. Den er utrolig morsom å strikke. Jeg er ferdig med min første nå. Bildet av den i bloggen min. Og det blir garantert ikke den siste.
    Ønsker deg en flott dag!

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  94. mary Says:

    Sweet, just what I need for a little gift. Thank you for the English.

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  102. Jennifer Says:

    Thanks for the fantastic pattern. I worked up a pattern for matching infant mitts – http://jenniferhoel.wordpress.com/2008/08/11/matching-mitts/ and referenced your pattern and blog. If you don’t want your cap pattern referenced, please let me know. Cheers!

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  105. Marianne Says:

    I have just finished this delightful baby hat…thank you so much for the pattern…I will blog about it soon but it is on Ravelry already!

    Marianne

  106. Barb B. Says:

    Thanks for doing this! I had a similar pattern that I knit about 50 times for my boys, used heavier yarn when they got bigger.
    Now I’m going to be a Granny, and I can’t find that pattern. I’d been playing around trying to rebuild it, and getting not too far, with no baby’s head to try it on.
    I really wanted to knit it as the little point in the front kept their foreheads warm.
    What a lot of work you saved me! Thanks for being so generous.

  107. delphine Says:

    Here’s a french translation. Ci dessous la version française.

    Bonnet Doux pour Bébé
    Echantillon: 28 points = 10 cm
    Fil à tricoter: 50 grams de rose clair et foncé, pour bébé
    Taille: 6 mois (1 an) 2ans

    Monter 121 (125) 131 mailles sur une aiguille circulaire de 2.5mm, assembler et tricoter 7 rangs en point mousse. Ensuite changer pour des aiguilles 3mm et tricoter en jersey endroit en changeant de couleur tous les deux rangs

    Au tour suivant, augmenter et diminuer comme suit
    1 maille endroit, augmenter d’une maille, 18(18)19 mailles endroit, glisser 1m – tricoter 2 mailles ensemble dans les brins arrière de la maille – – rabattre la maille glissée sur la suivante, 18(19)20 mailles endroit, augmenter d’une maille, 1 maille endroit, augmenter d’une maille,
    18(19)20 mailles endroit, glisser 1m – tricoter 2 mailles ensemble dans les brins arrière de la maille – – rabattre la maille glissée sur la suivante, 18(19)20 mailles endroit, augmenter d’une maille, 1 maille endroit, augmenter d’une maille, 18(19)20 mailles endroit, glisser 1m – tricoter 2 mailles ensemble dans les brins arrière de la maille – – rabattre la maille glissée sur la suivante, 18(18)19 mailles endroit, augmenter d’une maille, 1 maille endroit,

    Recommencer ces augmentations et diminutions à chaque rang suivant pendant 8 (9) 10 rangs. Ensuite, faire seulement les diminutions à chaque rang jusqu’à ce qu’il ne reste que 7 (11) 11 mailles. Ensuite 2 mailles ensemble à l’endroit jusqu’à ce qu’il ne reste qu’une seule maille. Casser le fil et passer dans les points restants.

    Repasser le bonnet de l’intérieur avec un linge humide. Ajouter une cordelette ou un ruban à chaque côté.

    Pour le lexique anglais/français merci à :
    http://christine73free.canalblog.com/archives/2006/08/18/2487784.html

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  112. Sue H Says:

    This pattern is adorable but I too am one of the few who are unsure as to what to knit when! I’m sure my dumbness is due to my knitting new-ness. What do I do on the «other row»? and when decreasing am I doing all the knitting – just NOT the M1’s?

    Sorry for the stupidity. This is too cute to pass up!

  113. Beth Says:

    Hello–
    I’m trying to reach you to request permission to link to your tutorial (and share a photo) for our upcoming Handmade Holidays on the Sew,Mama,Sew! blog. I couldn’t find your contact information via the blog. Would you mind emailing so I can give you the details? We love your project and would like to share it with our readers.

    Thank you!
    Beth

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  116. Kay Says:

    What a cute cute pattern! needa try it.

  117. createmo Says:

    Thank you for your site :)
    I made with photoshop backgrounds for myspace and youtube and whatever
    my backgrounds:http://tinyurl.com/5b8ksl
    all the best and thank you again!

  118. marie hoddevik Says:

    I love this pattern…can you tell me what M means in the K1, M1? and also, when you get to the decrease only, where in the instructions does that start?
    I want to knit a newborn size. How many stitches would you start with?
    Thank you for your help. I would appreciate a response to my e-mail address. I have already started the pattern, but not sure if I am progressing correctly.
    Marie Hoddevik

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  124. Marina Pires Says:

    Hi! My name is Marina and I’m Portuguese. I tried to knit this cap but I’m not very familiar with the english knitting abreviations. So, it doesn’t seem right, I always have some stitches left at the end of the row… Can you e-mail me the meaning of the english abreviations, please? It would be great! Thank you!
    Marina
    marinapires79@hotmail.com

  125. Baby Boom! « Bookgrump Says:

    [...] the left, we have the “Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap“.   The pattern was easy and turned out really [...]

  126. newedist » Blog Archive » Sweet Baby Cap - FO Says:

    [...] It’s finished! I wish I had something baby-head-like that I could model the finished product on, but alas. My giant ball of glow-in-the-dark yarn didn’t quite do the trick. Misti’s suri alpaca and silk blend only got better once I blocked it. Just a hint of a halo to it. I’m curious to see it on since the peak looks a bit more pronounced (ahem) on mine than on Gros. [...]

  127. Knitting ideas for Bee « are so happy Says:

    [...] like this one (I’ve knit this one before and it’s very sweet)? this one? this one? this one? (any [...]

  128. Cast (On) Party « Call Me Mauri Says:

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  129. Non-Sock Patterns for Sock Yarn — My Handmade Life Says:

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  130. Die Spinnwebe » Teufelsmütze Says:

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  131. Onward and upward, or outward in my case | Sticks and Sheep Says:

    [...] been knitting.  I finished my Sweet Baby Cap, and it is so cute.  I’m going to have to make another one soon (hopefully before the baby [...]

  132. A Taste of Saturday Skies and Baby Knits « Hither and Yarn Says:

    [...] edge.  So I decided to knit the hat in Xavier colorway instead (same yarn base).  I finished a Sweet Norwegian Baby Cap in Xavier pretty quickly — but it seemed small to me, after modifying it to a newborn size, [...]

  133. Not Much or Just a Little « iKnit.iPurl Says:

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  134. Hats, both good and bad « Expat knits and crochets Says:

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  135. ENTANGLED » Blog Archive » Inspired by babies, part 2 Says:

    [...] Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap which is darling without being twee, IMO.  It is the quintessential baby bonnet.  I’ve been [...]

  136. habitata Says:

    Da er luen strikket og lagt ut på bloggen min. Enkel å strikke og pen å se på! Takker! Vet du hvor mønsteret er fra? Synes jeg har sett akkurat maken lue (dog ensfarget) enten på et tantebarn eller ei eller annen venninnes barn uten at jeg husker hvem…Og så er jeg alltid litt nysjerrig på opprinnelsen til mønstre.

  137. Finishing « Knitting And A Movie Says:

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  138. One Year Along! « Completely Blocked Says:

    [...] Sweet Baby Cap, by Gro, from her [...]

  139. Spring KAL/CAL for Babies « destiknit™ Says:

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  140. Weekends - Big Knitting Project « josh + kati + marion Says:

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  141. Lomaneulontaa - Villapallo - MTV3.fi blogit Says:

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  142. Megan Says:

    I have made several of these hats and LOVE love love them! Now I have had a request by an adult for one, but I have no idea how to calculate the increased number of stitches….I mean, i have been trying, but I keep ending up a bit off….the man’s head is 23″ …. any tried and true ways to make the caluclation?

    Thanks~!

  143. EcoPixie » Blog Archive » 3 weeks… Says:

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  144. Meemeli Says:

    Thank you so much!!! =) I have been looking for this kind of pattern for a file.

  145. Synnøves krok » Blog Archive » Til en liten gutt / For a little boy Says:

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  146. Beanie pattern with ears? - birthtalks ® Says:

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  147. Weekend Gift-Knitting for a Baby « The Real Life Home Says:

    [...] up, a little Norwegian Baby Hat. I just love this style of hat. It is very cozy warm because it fits snuggly, has ear flaps and, [...]

  148. Pilar Says:

    Hello Gros :)
    I have translated your pattern to Spanish for the ladies from my knitting group who doesn’t speak English, and I will like to share it in my blog, with your permission and crediting you of course. Is it ok with you if I do so? Please email me to tejiendoenlaisla@gmail.com.

    kind regards

    Pilar

  149. alltherestofit Says:

    So glad to find this pattern in English! I just returned from a trip to Iceland where I saw so many babies wearing this hat and desperately wanted to find the pattern but the shops there only had it in Scandinavian languages (my husband knows Icelandic OK but probably not well enough to translate a knitting pattern for me). So thank you!

  150. toys are good food » Blog Archive » Baby knits Says:

    [...] of the first things I made was a set of winter outer wear: hat, mitts, and socks. The hat pattern, Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap, was the starting point for this set. I then found a pattern for complimentary newborn mitts [...]

  151. tom Says:

    Thanks for the translation!

  152. Yarn Pirate » Keeping Cool Says:

    [...] finished this little baby hat around July 4th. I used the Sweet Baby Cap pattern, a pattern I’ve used before & [...]

  153. Sharon Says:

    Love the pattern. I do have one question, though. I just reached the point where I am changing to decreases only. Am I only to leave out the M1’s or should I also leave out the Knit stitch in the middle of the M1’s as well?

  154. Tidlig ute - for én gangs skyld! : Mekkehjørnet Says:

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  155. Gloria Says:

    I love this hat, I made couple for my baby girl and bunch for my friends’ babies. My problem is that every time I make 1 I get a hole, nobody complained yet, but I know is not right. I tried to knit the stich into the back loops and in front loops and still I get a hole. I see in all the pictures posted that nobody has those holes into the hat. please, HELP MEEEEEEE:)
    Any sugestions to not get holes into hat would be greatly appreciated and can be mailed to gloriamix@yahoo.com.
    Thanks to everyone and to the creator of this great hat!!!

  156. kate Says:

    Hello,
    I haven’t knit for over twenty yrs.,but now have a new grandchild. I’m puzzled about the abbreviations tbl. also, when I’m starting the pattern of increase and decrease, after I knit 18 then m1, k1, m1. I read the other questions and see that m1 means increase or make one, but the first m1 .do I do this from the last stitch of the 18? and then I don’t know what the tbl means after knit 2 tog tbl I know that knit 2 tog and what psso means, but I have never seen tbl. Your pattern is just great. My son in law is Finnish and this will be perfect for the arrival. Thanks for the time to answer. Kate

  157. sandrar Says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. :) Cheers! Sandra. R.

  158. Anita Says:

    Dear Gro

    Thanks for the nice pattern. I have a single comment on the english translation, since I had some questions, but was able to read the original pattern in norwegian and got the answers.

    It says:
    «Repeat these increases and decreases every other round for 8 (9) 10 more rounds.»

    I believe it should be:
    «Repeat these increases and decreases every other round 8 (9) 10 more times.»

    Just my little comment – I will continue my hat ;-)

  159. Cappellino e guanti da folletto | Maglia & Fai da Te Says:

    [...] dal cappellino, lo Sweet Baby Cap disponibile gratuitamente in inglese (e norvegese, per chi lo conoscesse!) sul blog della maglista [...]

  160. knitbot, by Hannah Fettig » Blog Archive » Craft Update Says:

    [...] made him this hat using leftover Fresco – I love the stripes and the soft [...]

  161. One Sunday Afternoon « MamaAcorn Says:

    [...] hats that Waldorfmama sells on etsy?  That’s what I wanted and that’s basically what this pattern gave me!  For whatever reason, I knit up the 1yo size.  I searched on Ravlery a bit and found a [...]

  162. ba Says:

    hi, I’m Italian,
    I translated instruction for the baby cap!
    I found a foto and the link to this site here:
    http://blog.leiweb.it/hobby-e-casa/2009/09/28/cappellino-e-guanti-da-folletto/

    Campione: 28 pti=10 cm.
    Filato: 50gr di lana baby in rosa chiaro e scuro
    Taglia: 6mesi-1anno-2anni
    Avviare 121-125-131 maglie con ferri circolari n.2,5, lavorare 7 ferri a legaccio rovescio
    Con i ferri n.3 lavorare a maglia rasata cambiando colore ogni due ferri
    Al terzo giro aumentare e diminuire in questo modo:
    1dir, 1 rov, 18-18-19 dir, passare una maglia, lavorare 2 maglie insieme e accavallare la maglia passata, 18-19-20 dir, 1 aumento, 1 dir, 1 aumento, 18-19-20 dir, passare una maglia, lavorare 2 maglie insieme e accavallare la maglia passata, 18-19-20 dir, 1 aumento, 1 dir, 1 aumento, 18-19-20 dir, passare una maglia, lavorare 2 maglie insieme e accavallare la maglia passata, , 18-18-19 dir, 1 aumento, 1 dir
    Ripetere questi aumenti e diminuzioni ad ogni gir per 8-9-10 volte.
    Quindi fare solo le diminuzioni ogni altro giro fino a che rimangano 7-11-11 maglie.
    Lavorare 2 maglie insieme fino a che rimane una sola maglia, tagliare il filo e chiudere.
    Stirare il cappellino sovrapponendo un panno umido.
    Realizzare un cordoncino all’uncinetto e attaccarlo alle estremità da ogni lato.

    good knitting!

  163. DEN LILLE STUEN » Blog Archive » Gro’s djevlelue Says:

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  164. Nicht ganz im « 7 auf (einen) Streich Says:

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  165. Katja Says:

    Thank you for lovely pattern – our daughter loves her new hat.

  166. Imene Says:

    I love this cap. Thank you for the translation.

  167. Bei diesen milden « 7 auf (einen) Streich Says:

    [...] nach dieser Anleitung, nur mit dickerer Wolle. Nun aber raus die Novembersonne geniessen [...]

  168. Baby Hat Says:

    Thanks for the translation! Great hat

  169. Tvilling strikk / Knitting for twins Says:

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  170. didopoime Says:

    Good article, good looking blog, added it to my favorites!

  171. Baby Knits « Hasbu’s Hideaway Says:

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  172. Nisseluer / Santa Hats Says:

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  173. Heather Says:

    Hello,

    I love this pattern and am wondering if you allow people to sell the hats that they knit with the pattern. I would really appreciate it if you could let me know. Thank you!

  174. Jo Addison Says:

    I have a baby knitting pattern in Spanish that I like very much and would like it translated into English. Can you help please.?

  175. The cutest hat on the cutest baby. « thrifted. Says:

    [...] Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap Pattern source: Gros Blog Yarn: Two random huge cakes of acrylic I found in a thrift store in Idaho. That city with the fake [...]

  176. Marianne Wille Says:

    Thank you so much for this translation!

    Photos of my cap ~

    http://willeworks.blogspot.com/2010/02/norwegian-sweet-baby-cap.html

  177. Tracey Says:

    Thank you for this pattern! I’m having a big problem though. I’m fine knitting until I get to do ONLY the decreases. Can someone write out a little of what I’m to do there to get the idea? Do I skip all of the M1 and replace it with a K1 or do I just skip the M1 totally. Now my work looks crooked. Thank you in advance for any help.

  178. knitbot, by Hannah Fettig » Blog Archive » Sweet Baby Cap Says:

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  179. three tired dogs « Good Wool Hunting Says:

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  180. Sweet Norwegian baby cap « WordTapestry Says:

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  181. Official Baby Present « Knitting Under Water Says:

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  183. kika Says:

    desejo saber a tradução p o portugues desta receita… vi fotos mas nao sei como fazer….

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  184. WeasleDiver Says:

    Hi

    I’m new to knitting, please could someone tell me what psso means? I look forward to knitting such a cute hat.

    Louise

  185. Die (unsichtbare) Weihnachtsproduktion | Maria @ Whitework Says:

    [...] wird eine schnell angefertigte Kindermütze sein, deren ins Englische übersetzte Anleitung ursprünglich aus Norwegen stammt. Wie sie passen wird, bleibt noch abzuwarten.Jedenfalls war sie einfach und schnell zu [...]

  186. Stephanie Says:

    Thank you for such a lovely pattern! I just finished a delightful little hat and plan to make many, many more.

  187. The Studio Blog » Blog Archive » Pattern of the week: ACCESSLRY! Says:

    [...] for purchase (because of Sidna Farley’s death — how very sad), but this one, the Norwegian Baby Cap,  is similar.  You can use up sock yarn (so 100 Gm ball of sock yarn will make two hats, perfect [...]

  188. Maskan Says:

    Thanks for a lovely pattern. It´s my favourite pattern of all times. I´ve probably made about 20

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  190. Summer Camps Says:

    Maybe you should change the blog subject title Sweet Baby Cap Gros to more better for your blog post you make. I liked the the writing however.

  191. project(s) « Says:

    [...] at work (shhh) I printed out a ton of patterns from Ravelry.   The babe needs a hat (or 3) and so does The Man.  I think I love this one the best [...]

  192. KnitAngel » Nicht für die Tonne Says:

    [...] finde, sondern die meines Erachtens auch einfacher zu stricken ist – und ohne Nähte auskommt: die Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap von Gro. Die werde ich wohl als Nächstes ausprobieren, ich bin jetzt nämlich stolze Großtante [...]

  193. Diane Says:

    Hi, I want to make this adorable hat, but am wondering, what is the best way to attach the icord on each side?
    thanks!

  194. Baby Hats Says:

    Hi – is this pattern for sale?

  195. Birthday present for Birdie Bitten | yarnypleasures Says:

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  196. Taas tytölle. « Nossu työstää Says:

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  198. Bliss | Harpa Jónsdóttir Says:

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  199. Purple it is | Harpa Jónsdóttir Says:

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  200. Lopapeysa | Harpa Jónsdóttir Says:

    [...] The baby hat is done. I cast on last night, and finished it today. It’s dripping wet now and I will photograph it when it’s fully dry. I can warmly recommend this pattern. It’s very quick and easy and free too. This entry was posted in Knitting, Photographs. Bookmark the permalink. ← Today’s Rock Picture [...]

  201. Another hat | Harpa Jónsdóttir Says:

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  202. Sanna Says:

    Tack så mycket!

  203. Thinkingspace.dk » Djævlehue Says:

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  204. Episode 14: 1920′s Style « Cloudy with a chance of fiber Says:

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  205. Episode 15: Knitting on a Train « Cloudy with a chance of fiber Says:

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  206. wanda ventura francisco Says:

    eu gostaria de fazer o Cap Sweet Baby eu morro no Brasil e estou tendo dificuldade para fazer este gorro .
    Gostaria por favor que voces me enviasse a tradução.
    Obrigado.

  207. Finished: Sweet Baby Cap « cristalle was here Says:

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  208. Saartje Says:

    Hi,

    I’ve knit this a few times already, for my babies and others. It’s so practical and cute. I wanted to pin this post, but the pictures are gone! Why? I’ll try and find a picture of one of my kids wearing the cap, and add that to the pin.

  209. August Already? Damn! | domesticatedhuman.com August Already? Damn! | Online home of Crystal Flanagan. Knitter, spinner, sewer, weaver, canner, baker. Says:

    [...] This free pattern is absolutely awesome. I am in love. It’s almost as good as the Norwegian Baby Hat pattern. Almost. Actually, I may love them both equally. Maybe by Friday you will even get to see [...]

  210. Jill Says:

    HI. I love this hat and appreciate it being a free pattern. Thank you thank you thank you! And I appreciate the translation too. I have a question. When you repeat the increase/decrease rows and the knit row alternating for 8 more rows, is that 8 times or is that 8 total rows which would only be about 4 more increase/decrease rows?

  211. Marianne Says:

    @Jill ~ that is 8 more times. You will end up with 9 decreases/9 increases before you start to decrease only.

  212. Nov. 2, 2011 Says:

    I need help…I am at the decrease only part of the pattern….could someone tell me what stitches I do. For some reason I am stuck.
    Thank you. Please e-mail janwen01@aol.com. Put baby cap in subject pleas.

  213. Knitting « Hasbu’s Hideaway Says:

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  214. Lilac Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap « Georgeina's Blog Says:

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  215. Lilac Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap « geebee made Says:

    [...] I hunt about for a similar pattern and find the Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap – then get some soft Debbie Bliss baby cashmerino wool in a light lilac (340051) from John [...]

  216. Barbara Harger Says:

    Thank you for the baby cap pattern. I had originally printed it some time ago, but had a leak in our roof, which caused a flood in the closet where it was stored. I printed the pattern again from the archives, but wondered if there is a picture of the hat, as that is not with this copy. I would like the photo to be with the pattern, but If necessary, I will wait and take a photo of my finished hat…waiting for the yarn to dry so I can wash it and rewind it. Please send me a photo if possible. Thank you.

  217. Norwegian Baby Cap Says:

    [...] of my favorite newborn/baby knits is the adorable little Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap. You can also find this pattern on Ravelry and view the MANY hats made from this simple yet clever [...]

  218. georgeinaaker Says:

    hi
    i am about to make my second cap – the first one was a great success but unfortunately got lost!
    thanks for the free pattern.
    http://georgeina.wordpress.com/tag/norwegian-sweet-baby-cap/
    georgeina

  219. Prøv igjen! « Fragaria Says:

    [...] Djevellue fra Gros Blog. Garn: Håndfarget Merino Sock fra Mosaic Moon i farge Charlie + mørk blå Gjestal babyull Pinner: [...]

  220. Mary Westley Says:

    does this hat come in adult sizes?

  221. X Says:

    If you are looking for photos, the best place to look is here:

    Norwegian Sweet Baby Cap / Djevellue – Ravelry Page

  222. Kareem Bonzo Says:

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  223. A glance back to April « Fiberjoy Says:

    [...] pictures of sweet Violet?She was full of smiles when she came to visit last week, and modeling the Sweet Norwegian Baby Cap and Baby Yours sweater I knit for her (I bought the pattern several years ago but I’m sure [...]

  224. Lerka jubler høyt… i sofaen : Mekkehjørnet Says:

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  226. Day with a dear friend « Fiberjoy Says:

    [...] to spend with her the following week. That evening I used the Cherry Tree Hill jade yarn to knit a Norwegian Baby Cap, a pattern I’ve done before and found to be a quick knit, and charming on both boys and [...]

  227. » Gifts for a new nephew When Gaia Smiles Says:

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  228. Outdoor fashion Scandinvian style « chatiryworld Says:

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  230. Myssyjä lapsille | Villakko Says:

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  231. Xanitas Blog » Blog Archive » Gaver til Dotka / Gifts for Dotka Says:

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  237. one little bonnet. | rosa p. Says:

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  239. Teeny Tiny Baby Helmet | My Blog Says:

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  242. Leah Says:

    Does anyone know if the gauge is measured with the 2.5mm needles or the 3mm?

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