Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Single Crochet Baby Beanie - EASY

The baby pattern I probably use MOST is the single crochet baby beanie. Moms love this pattern, especially for baby gifts and newborns. The same pattern can be used for many different versions and styles (I will be adding more ideas at a later date). The following pictures show some of my different versions of the same simple pattern. This pattern is FREE and can be found online at:
FREE BABY BEANIE PATTERN where she also has an online tutorial showing how to make this beanie hat. Video tutorial\

The baby shoes/loafers below are from a pattern by Hook Candy. I love her crochet baby bootie patterns. Here is her shop on etsy: Sylver

Here is one of my baby beanies in a Sugar'n Cream's natural cotton yarn.    

This one is made with Caron's Simply Soft in Orange and Blue.
I had a request for a War Eagle/Auburn baby beanie. 

This one is made from Lion Brand Cotton-Ease in Lake and Taupe.


  1. Love. Love. Love your work!!! I found your blog looking for patterns for my new niece. Everything here is SO darling:)

  2. Thank you Margaret! Hope you find a nice pattern for your new niece!

  3. This is adorable! What size does the free pattern make and where can I buy the pattern for the little booties?

  4. Hi! Well, the size will depend:
    what yarn you use
    what size crochet hook you use

    I used a G hook and worsted weight yarn and it came out size 0-3 months or 14". Teresa's video tutorial might be able to help more with sizing.

    The booties can be found on if you search for button loafer pattern.
    Good Luck!

  5. I found this easy pattern earlier tonight and then went to small group. I was working through it and, for some reason I can't remember now, changed the page in the window . . .now I can't get back to it!! Is there any way you can e-mail it to me? Thanks!

  6. Nice things. Thanks for share your post. We hope you will continue your post.

  7. Beanie hats are the brimless hats knitted in wool worn during winter. The beanie hat's origin dates back to the early 20th century slang term bean meaning head. These hats were popular amongst school boys between the periods of 1920 to 1940.

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