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Sweet Baby Hats – Free Crochet Patterns

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Hello there, lovely people! How many parents and grandparents do we have among our readers? Surely a lot! Not to mention the crafty aunties! So Sweet Baby Hats will certainly become your little ones’ favorite accessory of the season. We know that your kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews all have fabulous fashion tastes, so we have decided to give you a hand and deliver the right patterns. Will you go for the elegant decorative bow or for the sporty chic? We want to know what you decide! Let’s stay in touch! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Stylish Crochet Beanies and Lovely Crochet Baby Bonnets.

Baby Hats Free Crochet Patterns

1. Baby Granny Hat

Have you ever used granny squares in such an original way? If you haven’t, now is the time to try it, undoubtedly! The pattern by Donna Browne is certainly a must-have in every parent’s crochet repertoire. The season for warm hats is coming!

Level: beginner Author: Donna Browne

Crochet Granny Square Baby Hat

No longer available. The original pattern and the photos were on Ravelry.

2. Ribbed Baby Turban Hat with Bow

Wow, this is certainly one of the finest designs for baby hats we have seen this season. Stylish little ladies would never let go of this crochet gem by Sweet Softies with a fabulous bow on the front. This juicy color is a mixture of red, orange, and peach. Yummy!

Level: beginner Author: Sweet Softies

Crochet Baby Turban

The original pattern and the photos are on Sweet Softies. More info on Ravelry.

3. Baby/Toddler Trapper Hat

Keep your little ones warm and cozy on winter days with these extremely cute crochet baby hats by Bethany Dearden. It has everything your baby needs, without a doubt. It covers the ears, you can tie it under the chin and, what is also super important, it looks adorable with little buttons and a colorful pom-pom.

Level: upper beginner Author: Bethany Dearden

Crochet Baby Hat

The original pattern is on Whistle and Ivy. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

4. Turban Donut Hat

Original and absolutely charming! If you like unusual handmade accessories, this crochet pattern will certainly be of interest to you. We can assure you that the instructions by Frisian Knitting are always clear ad easy to follow! Try it.

Level: upper beginner Author: Frisian Knitting

Turban hat

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

5. Star Stitch Crochet Baby Hat 

Star stitch works great in many projects, but it’s definitely the cutest in baby accessories. To make them even more special, adorn these tiny hats with handmade roses or bows. If you leave them plain, they will suit any baby boy as well.

Level: beginner Author: MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

photos by mjsoffthehook / instagram.com: here and here

You can find this pattern on mjsoffthehookdesigns.com.

6. Clara Beanie 

Looking for an easy project to whip up in one evening? Look no further because this baby beanie by Amy is the perfect choice. Simple stitches, vibrant colors, and small size – all of this is what beginners love the most. Take a look below at how cute it is.

Level: beginner Author: Amy Ramnarine

photos by Amy Ramnarine / ravelry.com

You can find this pattern on thestitchinmommy.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

7. Cupcake Hat

This adorable hat project by Melissa Hassler is a delightful blend of warmth and sweetness. Whether you’re crafting it for yourself or a loved one, it’s sure to bring fun and cheer to everyone around. With its beginner-friendly stitches, you can crochet this cozy accessory with ease. Add a touch of whimsy to your little one’s wardrobe or gift it to someone special for a sweet surprise!

Level: beginner Author: Melissa Hassler

A crocheted baby hat adorned with adorable cupcakes and colorful sprinkles.

photos by Melissa Hassler / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on lovableloops.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

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