Boston Red Sox – Crochet B Applique
If you’re a Boston Red Sox fan, you’re gonna love this crochet B applique. It looks adorable on the Lil Slugger Baseball Set…which I crocheted for my nephew, who’s expecting his first child.
No one knows the gender of the baby…so I crocheted two caps, a blue one and a pink one. If they have a little girl…well, I’ll let them decide which cap they want to dress the baby in.
Not only is the cap adorable in pink, it’s also great for breast cancer awareness games!
Boston Red Sox – Crochet “B” Applique Pattern
I tried to make the B as close to the logo as possible. Though its not exact, I figure close is close enough. I hope you agree.
Skill Level: Easy
Stitches Used: chain, slip stitch, single crochet
Techniques Used: Crochet in the Round, Decrease
Size: 2.5″ tall x 1.5″ wide (when crocheted with C & 3 hooks)
3.5″ tall x 2.5″ wide (when crocheted with H & C hooks)
- Vanna’s Choice (Worsted Weight – 4):
- Hook: C/2/2.75 mm
- Hook: 3 / 2.10 mm
- Yarn Needle for sewing
Because this applique is crocheted with a small hook, it can be a bit challenging to see the stitches. I would recommend that you practice this pattern with an H and C hook before attempting it with a C & 3 hook.
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook. Ch 3. Sl st into 2nd ch from hook. Ch 1. Work sl st in 1st ch made in the ch-3 and side of last sc made. 5 sc. In next st work sc, ch 3 and sc. 5 sc, ch 3. Sl st into 2nd ch from hook. Ch 1. Work sl st in 1st ch made in the ch-3 and side of last sc made.
Row 2: Work on the other side of the foundation ch. Sc inc. Ch 10, skip 4 sts, sc (in sp opposite of ch-3 sp), ch 10, skip 5 sts, sc, sl st on top of work.
Row 3: Turn, skip the sl st. 6 sc, ch 3. Work sl st into 3rd ch from hook and side of last sc made. 4 sc, skip a st, sc dec, 3 sc. Ch 3. Work sl st into 3rd ch from hook and side of last sc made. 6 sc, 2 sl st (last sl st will be on top of the B). Finish off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Use only 2 of the 4 strands of the yarn.
There is no “right side” to the letter. Choose which side you want to be the top.
In the back loop only, loosely sl st around the outside of the “B” and the inside holes. If your sl sts are tight, the “B” will bunch making it harder to stretch the “B” to its desired form when pinning it to the hat. Finish off and weave in ends.
Pin then sew “B” to hat or desired project with the Cranberry tail.
Learn more about the Lil Slugger Set. Newborn pattern includes:
- Baseball Cap
- Baseball Mitt
- Catchers Mitt
- Ball Diamond Bib