Lovely Crochet Baby Bonnets – Ideas and Free Patterns

Crochet baby bonnets are such delightful accessories! In addition to their practicality, they are also a great idea for baby shower gifts. New parents can create special memories with them because bonnets are also perfect props for photoshoots. These designs are pretty easy to make even with basic stitches. You can also use more advanced techniques to add to their cuteness. Decorating these bonnets will be a fun task too! For example, crochet flowers or sweet animal ears will look so adorable. Get your inspirations from these Lovely Crochet Baby Bonnets to create unique accessories for many occasions. Check out these patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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Gingham Bunny Bonnet and Diaper Cover Free Crochet Pattern

Making an adorable bunny bonnet is a cute idea not only for Easter. Crochet a matching diaper cover with a fluffy tail and get your camera ready for a lovely photoshoot. Megan Meyer nailed this one, evidently!

Level: beginner Author: Megan Meyer

The original pattern and the photos are on Left in Knots here


Easy Crochet Bonnet Free Pattern

This is the easiest bonnet pattern you could think of, undoubtedly! Megan Meyer also leaves us plenty of room for customizing here. Change the colors or add other details such as crochet flowers or cute animal ears.

Level: beginner Author: Megan Meyer

The original pattern and the photos are on Left in Knots here.

Pretty Shells Pixie Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

Shells are such a decorative motif! Match it with a pixie hat form in order to make the cutest baby accessory. The Stitchin’ Mommy chose a classy neutral shade of beige. What colors will you go for this time? We are so curious!

Level: beginner Author: The Stitchin’ Mommy

The original pattern and the photos are on The Stitchin’ Mommy here


Eloise Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

This simple design is so practical and cute! It will look delightful with a matching cardigan. You can add a pop of color to the brim with colorful stripes. This pattern by Tamara Kellyis a must-have in every parent’s collection.

Level: beginner Author: Tamara Kelly

The original pattern and the photos are on Moogly Blog here


Fuzzy Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

This cute bonnet pattern features a strap with a button. You can customize it for a tie closure if you prefer as well. Also, decorate it with a pretty edging or attach a fluffy fur to a winter version. Maria Bittner always inspires us!

Level: beginner Author: Maria Bittner

The original pattern and the photos are on Pattern Paradise here


Perry Bobbled Baby Bonnet Crochet Pattern

Who doesn’t love bobbles? A classic design with a modern twist will catch your eye. It`s a paid pattern, we know, but it’s so worth it! Such a bonnet will be a timeless accessory that will spice up your baby`s outfits. Yarn Republic nailed it!

Level: beginner Author: Yarn Republic – Steph Jamison

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


The Buffalo Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

Are you out of ideas for projects? Try a buffalo plaid for this adorable pixie style hat. It`s also a perfect pattern for using up leftover yarn. Don’t forget to attach a pom-pom to create a playful effect. Kelsie Weeks will guide you!

Level: beginner Author: Kelsie Weeks

The original pattern and the photos are on Crafting for Weeks here. More info on Ravelry here.


Serendipity Bonnet Crochet Pattern

This paid pattern includes two closure versions and 5 sizes. Vintage bonnet will look adorable with modern dresses and cardigans. Mel Harrison loves retro charm! How about you? Don’t even say anything! We know!

Level: upper beginner/intermediate Author: Mel Harrison

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here


Ruffled Keyhole Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

Here is another vintage bonnet that you can crochet using basic stitches. Ruffles are so decorative! Why don’t you weave a ribbon to highlight them and create a closure as well? Sounds tempting! Heartmade Crafts rocks!

Level: beginner Author: Heartmade Crafts

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.

Herringbone Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

Do you remember Little Red Riding Hood? We think about this wonderful fairytale when we look at this pretty bonnet designed by Amelia Servis. You can obviously use other colors. Do you already have some ideas? Let us know!

Level: upper beginner Author: Amelia Servis

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

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