Crochet Hello Kitty Hat

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a crochet project, but I just completed this Hello Kitty hat for my friend Lexi at vesseluntohonor.com. I miscounted while making the body, so it’s a little lumpy and too big, but I still think it turned out cute. She likes it anyway and that’s what matters!

I had a hard time getting the whiskers to look porportional, but what really redeemed the hat was using Bernat Pipsqueak Yarn. Yes, it’s hard to see your stitches, but the hat turned out so soft and furry-looking that it was worth it.

Comments

  1. LOVE it! I had a friend crochet hats (owls) for my kids … they are so fun. My daughter would have LOVED a Hello Kitty hat … nearly every gift she got this year was Hello Kitty themed.

  2. OMG!!! I love love LOVE that! I am such a hello kitty freak! You did such a great job!!

  3. The hat is so cute! Great job!!

  4. Just adorable. I love it!

  5. Lorrie (pinklady705) says:

    That is sooooo cute! I think you are being too hard on yourself though.

  6. WANT!!!!!!! love it!

  7. Oh my word! it’s absolutely adorable!! My daughter would LOVE it! <3

  8. Jenn,

    That is super CUTE! I wish I had the talent to crochet stuff. I have a few things that my aunt has made for my children and I cherish them!

  9. it looks great!! what pattern did you use? i have a hk hat pattern, but do not like how my ears turn out and am trying to find a new pattern for the ears. if you don’t mind sharing, i’d LOVE it! :)

  10. This is super cute!!!!!!!

  11. That is awesome, Jenn. I’m not really a fan of Hello Kitty, but I’m a fan of any geeky cool stuff like this. :) Looks great!

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  13. How did you keep track of stitches using the pipsqueak yarn. I bought some to try this hat with. And it is very difficult to work with. Would appreciate any tips!

    • It’s really difficult! I mess up quite a few stitches before finding a rhythm. You wind up going more by feel than sight once you get the hang of it. I also made an amigurimi horse out of the same yarn so it can be done. By the way, where did you find the yarn? MIL and I have both looked for it to no avail and decided them must have stopped making it.

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