Cool Knitted Baby Beanies with Free Patterns

Prepare your little one for the fall-winter season with Cool Knitted Baby Beanies! They are so easy to make, that even beginners will pull them off without problems. Choose soft yarns and juicy colors, mix and match them in fun patterns, and add cute accessories. It’s so simple!




Something as simple as a knitted bow can truly transform a little beanie because it adds to a delicate, feminine vibe. Making such hats can also be a great opportunity to hone your skills. Grab some leftover yarn ends and make one by one. If you don’t have enough kids in your family, consider donating your creations to hospitals or orphanages. The sizes of these knitted baby beanies are easily customizable, so consider making some for yourself, too! Such beanies can be a great gift. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Fruity Knitted Baby Hats and Children’s Knitted Socks.

Little Miss Ribbons Hat Free Knitting Pattern

This adorable hat for a girl will look cute in many different color combinations, so try it in both vibrant and pastel palettes! The awesome team behind DROPS design always inspires us with adorable knitting patterns for babies.

Level: intermediate Author: DROPS design

The original pattern and the photos are on Garnstudio here. More info on Ravelry here.

Basic Beanie Free Knitting Pattern

This basic beanie can be your first knitting project ever. Are you ready for a new challenge? Emily Bolduan will guide you through all the steps in this awesome pattern! It works well in stripes and in a solid color, but don’t forget about the pom-pom!

Level: beginner Author: Emily Bolduan

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here

Oxford Toque Free Knitting Pattern

Horizontal stripes, one of the most iconic motifs in the history of fashion! Can you believe that such a statement piece can be knitted even by a beginner? We couldn’t either but we trusted Pacific Knot. Will you?

Level: beginner Author: Pacific Knot

The original pattern and the photos are on Pacific Knot here. More info on Ravelry here.

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