I recommend crocheting a double crocheted or shell crocheted edge around each blanket to finish it nicely.
This is the best chart EVER! I use it all the time and it makes perfect hat every time. I will absolutely talk about this on my blog! Thank you so much for the chart. I make tons of hats for donations and am always trying to figure out about what size kids need. It will be invaluable to me when making hats for my grandchildren, as well as for myself and others. Could you explain why more yarn yardage is needed for a mens small than a womens large as they both have the same circumferences and height?
But just to let you know, the yardage specifications were meant merely as a general guideline because the yardage required will vary greatly depending on what weight of yarn, hook size, and even the pattern you are using. Have a great day! Thank you for the chart. It looks like it is written for a hat that starts at the top center.
How do you figure if you knit from the brim, or cuff? Hi Charlotte, that is an excellent question! This chart is designed for working a hat from top to bottom but it can be used to work hats from the bottom up also. Looking forward to help with hats made from bottom up. All my hat patterns are stated with a ribbed brim. From this page you can save or print the chart. Simply click and drag on the screen the text you want to save. Open up a Word document and right click on the page.
Then you can use the Word document to print out the text. Have a good one! Your email address will not be published. Hat Sizing Chart — Make the perfect sized hat the first time! How to Use this Chart: You can use these equations for any hat circumference you need to obtain.
If you like this Hat Sizing Chart, please share it! Sandra April 4, at 1: Carol January 6, at 9: Tina January 7, at 1: Nancy January 7, at 2: I love to make hats. Thank you for the great chart.
Rosemary Carter January 7, at 3: Post author January 7, at 4: If you make it, someone will fit into it. This is NOT the actual height of the head as measurements assume you will be turning up a brim.
Hats can be made taller if you want a larger brim to fold up. On newborn hats I plan to fold up about 1" for a brim, on adult hats I usually figure 2" - 3" or so for a brim, but this varies according to personal preference. Baby - 6 to 12 months Head Circumference: Adult Woman Head Circumference: Adult Man Head Circumference: Here are some more baby measurements you might find helpful. Used with permission of Melinda Gorley. Please know that Babies vary greatly in dimensions so most sizes will fit someone.
When the same grandson photo above came to visit for Christmas, I took some measurements to post here. Most slipper or sock patterns are created wide enough to fit 'average' feet, and things made from yarn generally stretch. Approximate Sweater Measurements- remember children vary in height and width but these are meant to be a guideline.
I have seen charts that measure several inches smaller than this one, but for sweaters having them a big larger is better.
13 rows · Hat Size Charts. by Knit Picks Tutorials on December 17, | 1 comment. You’ll need approximately 2 inches of negative ease for your hat’s circumference. Obviously, not everyone is average, these charts were just designed to give you a rough idea for project planning purposes. Baby – 3 to 6 months: 17″. The height of the baby hat should be at four inches. The child suited for this hat size should be around a couple of pounds to three pounds. If the child is around four or five pounds with a head circumference of " to " then your baby hat’s circumference should be from 9" to about ". For a baby due in the summer, knit a hat in month size to wear this year, or month for next year. For a baby due in the fall, knit a hat in or month size to .