Prepare yourself for the collection of crochet patterns for Charming Baby Bonnets. They are super easy to make and super cute. Luckily the patterns are available in different sizes, so you won`t miss the opportunity to make one.
Ruffles, bobbles, shells, or openwork stitches are all totally worth the effort. You can make the bonnets for spring and summer. Swapping for thicker yarn, however, means your child will feel comfy also in winter.
These bonnets will also make a perfect last-minute gift for baby showers, so go ahead and make some right away. You can use leftover yarn ends to make them, as they eat very little yarn.
You can make many of these projects in one afternoon using scrap yarn, so it’s a great stash-buster project. Even if you don’t have kids or grandkids of your own, such little hats will be a welcomed gift.
Many of the designs look like they are more suitable for girls, but it all depends on the colors. Switch from pink to deep blue and see how cute your little boy looks in his new bonnet.
Baby Pixie Hat
This design looks like it comes from a fantastic fairytale. The pointy shape is going to make your little one look so adorable. We love this light lavender shade as well as the timeless white. What will you go for?
Level: beginner Author: Annanitato Lolo
Stunning openwork and ruffles make this bonnet irresistibly cute, without a doubt. The pattern includes the sizes for a newborn baby and a toddler as well. Play with colors, adjust the thickness of the yarn, and make a bonnet for every season!
Level: beginner Author: Alyona She
Find this pattern on ravelry.com.
Seashell Baby Bonnet
This gorgeous bonnet is very easy to make, therefore beginners should certainly consider trying it. We all know that even the simplest shell stitch can look so elegant! If you are still not convinced, check it out for yourself!
Level: beginner Author: Croby Patterns
Granny Square Summer Bonnet
Such a clever design! All you need to do is crochet two basic granny squares and join them together. This will help you get this pixie-style shape.
A newborn bonnet doesn’t have to be hard to do – in fact, it’s the smallest of all. It works up fast and is the easiest. This bonnet is so adorable and simply one of a kind. These colors are great for spring, evidently!
Level: beginner Author: Catherine McLennan
Handmade baby bonnets are wonderful gifts for every occasion! Birthdays, baby showers, Christmas – the possibilities are endless. Does your skillset include single and double crochet? Then you are good to go.
If you want to crochet a lovely retro accessory, follow the tutorial by Sulaimon Toyyibah. Make your own little one happy or create a gift for a baby in the family.
Level: upper beginner Author: Sulaimon Toyyibah
Annabelle Pixie Bonnet
A crochet pixie bonnet in a deep shade of green will surely make your soul sing! It is such a cool project, especially for autumn and winter, right?
If there are little pixies in your family, you should surely use the pattern by The Moule Hole. Grab some worsted-weight yarn and try out a bunch of free crochet patterns. This crochet bonnet pattern is one of the cutest – that’s for sure.
Level: upper beginner Author: The Moule Hole
Find this pattern on themoulehole.com.
Classic Bonnet Hat
Crochet patterns by Sweet Softies simply couldn’t be any sweeter! We have been following this designer for years and we keep getting surprised. If you have a little princess or prince in the family, you surely should give this bonnet a try.
Level: upper beginner Author: Sweet Softies
Crochet Bonnet – Back To The Basics
We can never have enough crochet patterns for an easy crochet baby bonnet! This one is enchanting because of its perfect simplicity, don’t you think?
If you have a little someone in the family, figure out what her or his favorite color is. Then check out Croby’s pattern, learn basic crochet stitch patterns, and get to work.
Level: upper beginner Author: Croby Patterns
Celtic Weave Baby Bonnet
The Celtic weave is such a wonderful technique – have you ever tried it before? Be sure to try it because it’s not as hard as it looks.
Do you have a baby in the family or someone expecting a newborn soon? This is your opportunity to crochet a bonnet!
Level: upper beginner Author: @crochetbeignet
Primrose Pixie Bonnet
There’s nothing more adorable than pixie baby bonnets. Especially as we are admiring this project by Baby Crochet Designs. Get some yarn in pastel or neutral colors if you like a classic style or go for bold shades instead!
Level: upper beginner Author: Baby Crochet Designs
Find this pattern on hobbii.com.
Baby Bonnet Madeline
This crochet baby bonnet pattern just released by Frisian Knitting has the vintage vibes we all love. They are fantastic in clothes and accessories for little ones.
Your toddlers will feel comfy and warm and look even more delightful.
Level: upper beginner Author: Frisian Knitting
Find this pattern on ravelry.com.