What can I say? Sometimes ya just wanna change the hat size! It happens to all of us at one time or another. And that’s perfectly fine! 🙂 I have been crocheting for 5 years and designing for 4 years. In that time, you are bound to come up with your own size charts. As you may know, I specialized in preemie hats (premature babies), so I’ve got all of those sizes as well. BTW the 2lb size, I have been told is more for the parents, since the babies can’t usually wear anything being that small and fragile.
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Anyways, I made lots of other size hats as well. So you shouldn’t have any problem finding the size you need in the chart below.
I remember trying to figure out all of these sizes. Paying attention at craft shows. Trying them on people around me. And using lots of others knowledge to figure it out. All in all, a lot of research was done to figure out all these sizes. You couldn’t believe the relief I had when I finally got it accomplished! And I didn’t want it to just go to waste, since I don’t design at the magnitude that I used to (one pattern a week, sometimes one daily pattern was just too much). I hope ya enjoy the chart below and find it useful! 🙂
The Ultimate Hat Size Chart
|Age||Circumference||Length (from top of hat to bottom)|
|2 lb Preemie||9″||3 1/2″|
|4 lb Preemie||11″||4″|
|6 lb Preemie||13″||5″|
|6-12 Months||18″||7 1/2″|
|Toddler (1-3 Years)||19″||8″|
|Child (4-10 Years)||20″||8 1/2″|
|Preteen/Teen (11-17 Years)||21″||10″|
|Adult Men||23″||11 1/2″|
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What kind of hat pattern are ya making?
A double crochet hat or a special stitch?
Are ya finally getting around to making yourself something? Or making it for someone else?