Its about time. I am making the Hello Kitty beanie free to the public. Here's the pattern but since this is one of my original patterns the copyrights still apply. Please link to this pattern if you are showing on another site to give credit where due. As to selling? Be careful! This is a copyrighted kitty because of its name, shape, and even the bow by the company laws say its copyrighted. How do I know? The letter in my gmail inbox.
So I caution you to do as you will within reason. But the pattern itself is my own that's the only part that's technically mine. Any questions about what to do or about the pattern instructions, email me and I will assist as best as possible. Happy Hookin!
Hello Kitty Beanie
By Tattiana Talahandra - September 2010
A variant from those currently seen on the web. Here’s my rendition. Please note copyright
following the pattern.
Difficulty Level is EASY
For this pattern you will need basic knowledge in Crocheting. In this pattern you will be working
in rounds. For the basic beanie, you will be creating a Ring with DC (double crochet) stitches. For
I found websites like crochetpatterncentral.com and youtube a big help.
SL= Slip Stitch
SC= Single Crochet
DC= Double Crochet
HDC= Half Double Crochet
Hook size H
Worst weight yarn (a skein of each) in White and Pink -- I used Caron’s Natura in White and Soft
2 Black Buttons - I used La-Petite #769 size 9/16 found at Hancock Fabric
Scrap Black yarn for whiskers later
Scrap yellow yarn for the nose
Small bit of Polyfill fiber for stuffing the ears
Last round of your hat use pink to give it a nice finished edge
1. Chain 3, SL to join
2. DC 10 in the ring, SL to join
Rest of the Beanie you will be working with rounds in the ring you created.
Round 1: CH 2, 2 DC in each stitch. Around. SL to Join (20 stitches)
Round 2: CH 2, 1 DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around. SL to join (30 stitches)
Round 3: CH 2, 2 DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around. SL to join (40 stitches)
Round 4: CH 2, 3 DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around. (50 stitches)
Round 5: CH 2, 4 DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around. (60 stitches)
**Round 6: CH 2, 5 DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around. (70 stitches)
**If making for a smaller head then skip round 6. If making for a larger head then proceed with
round 6 and if you need to make it larger, add another round (ex 6 DC then 2DC in next stitch, 7 DC
then 2 in
next stitch….etc) until the hat is wide enough for the intended head. On the ones I have made for
people, I haven’t gone over 5 DC then 2. Who knows… you might have someone who has a big ego, in
that case, you may need more yarn :’)
Round 7- 16 or more: CH 2, 1 DC in each stitch around. Continue making rounds until the beanie is of a
desired length for the wearer.
Ears (Make 2)
Use white yarn to start with
1. Chain 3, SL to join
2. DC 6 in loop (7 stitches)
3. 2 DC in each DC (14 stitches)
4. 1 DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around. (21 stitches)
5. 2DC then 2 DC in the next stitch. Around (28 stitches) Finish off then turn inside out for a
more finished look
Row 1 Ch2 then HDC across (start in 3rd Ch from hook). Turn
Row 2: Ch 2 then HDC across
Stitch ends together to form a cuff
I wound white yarn about the middle to make it a bow.
Assemble as shown…..When it comes to the ears, you want them slightly oval when sewing them onto
the hat with a yarn needle around the bottom of the ear. Don't forget to add a small bit of
polyfill before you secure it firmly. If unsure how put the ears on, flatten your hat and then
guage how high you want them on your head. Place those ears on the flattened edge.
Add your little crocheted bow to the ear. Sew in place
Add some yellow yarn or black yarn for extra touches or leave plain….up to you. Sew in black
buttons for eyes and there’s your hat!
This crochet pattern is copyright of Tattiana Talahandra (September 2010). DO NOT reprint this
pattern, or post it on any other website. You may make a copy of this pattern for your own personal
use, but do not include it in any collections, website, or cds. You are welcome to link to this
pattern and if you post your own pictures of what you create, please credit accordingly and include
a link to this original pattern.