I did this as a separate post so that I could share something I worked up today. I've been crocheting and knitting baby items for a young woman who used to attend our church and is pregnant with a boy. I will be attending a baby shower for her this coming Sunday.
I decided to make all of the gifts for her since I have such a stash of yarn that it is pathetic! Anyway, after making some smaller items with the cotton yarn, I had just enough yarn left to try my hand at making Pee Pee Tee Pees (little cone shaped objects to throw over a baby boy while diaper changes are being done, to keep him from showering you and everything else).
I looked at several on line, but decided to make my own. So, here is the pattern below. My assumption when writing this pattern is that someone making this knows the basics of crocheting.
(Mine weighed .3 oz finished. The blue one is 100% cotton. The camouflage one is 85% cotton, 15% polyester)
|Fold inverted bowl in half with stitches along the top.|
|Round 6 completed.|
|Insert hook so it goes into the "chain" along the top to begin your single crochet. The "chain" is made up of the front (towards you) and back (inside bowl) sides. These chains are the "tops" of your single crochet stitches.|
|Here's one I did with 2 rounds on the brim. I think I like 2 rounds more than just 1 round.|
|Here are both of the ones I made.|