Cap Crochet Baby - Step By Step Free


Have you just started crocheting and discovered that your area of passion is the children's niche? Today, with us, you will learn a step by step process of an amazing children's piece, a beautiful hand crocheted cap to sell or give as a gift.

There are many opportunities to sell your children's crochet creations, but some items are not worth selling. Some items may be too expensive to sell, but there are many other ways to make money from your work.

You can take a vacation or go to a local craft fair and sell the finished products. You can even donate your finished products to a hospital.

Another common reason to sell your children's crochet creations is to earn extra money. If you are good at knitting or crocheting, there is a good chance you can sell your creations for a small profit.

You can also sell custom orders to local businesses. Check with your local yarn and craft stores to see if they have a place to sell your creations.

If you want to make money from your passion for making children's items, consider selling them. Not only can you make some extra money, but you will also have a wonderful opportunity to meet new people.

There are many benefits to selling your products. All you need to do is decide what to sell, price it appropriately, and enjoy the fruits of your labor.

One of the best ways to find out if your crochet items are worth selling is to sell them to other local businesses. A local craft store can be a good place to sell your creations if there is demand. However, it is not always profitable to sell your crochet pieces to the general public. Your income will depend on how many people are interested in your products.

Selling handmade items is a great way to earn extra money. You can sell your crochet pieces and meet new people. But before you do that, you need to decide what you are going to sell and how much you are going to price it. If you want to make children's crochet pieces to sell, it is a good idea to have a stock of different items in different sizes, colors and price ranges.

When you are ready to sell your crochet items, you will need to create a stock of them and set up a display table. You will also need to decide on a price range. You need to know how much to charge for each item.

Of course, the price has to be made according to the material spent and the time spent to produce it, taking into consideration your experience as well.

If you are serious about making crocheted items for your children, you need to know how to price them. The cost of the materials is important, but it is the time spent on your products that is the most valuable.

Whether your pieces are worth making for sale is entirely up to you. The cost of your materials and time depends on the type of items you make.

There are some items that can be very expensive, while others can be very hot. Then there is the question of price. You will need to decide what you are selling and how much you are willing to charge.

Plus all this experience you will gain, over time so focus on learning, on improving yourself, on getting better and better at crocheting.

Let's follow the step by step of this beautiful crochet cap and learn the complete tutorial, just follow me below:

Material used:

Hook: J

Thread: Bernat Satin. I used all different types of yarn for this.


Row 1: 4 ch, join to form the ring

Row 2: 6 sc in hoop, DO NOT JOIN (you may want to put a marker here to keep track of row)

Row3: 2 sc in each sc from previous round (12 sc)

Row 4: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next stitch) 6 times, (18 sc)

Row 5: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 2 stitches) 6 times (24 sc)

Row 6: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 3 stitches) 6 times (30 sc)

7th row: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 4 stitches) 6 times (36 sc).

Row 8: (2 sc in next stitch, 1 sc in next 5 stitches) 6 times (42 sc)

Row 9: ch 3 (this counts as first dc), dc in same st, 1 ch, 2 dc in same st, skip 3 sc, (2 dc, 1 ch, 2 dc) in next sc repeat from * to chain initial. Slip Point to Join. (before entering you will notice there is an extra dot to skip and enter :)) For extra help click here.

Row 10: Slip stitch for 1 ch, (3 ch, dc, 1 ch, 2 dc) in the first little chain 1 place, (2 dc, 1 ch, 2 dc) in each ch 1 space around. Get together.

Row 11-14: Repeat Row 10

Row 15: 1 ch, 1 sc in the same st and in each st around, join.

Rnd 16-19: Repeat Rnd 15



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