Baby Bear Hat Knitting Pattern
The Baby Bear Hat is a cute newborn bear hat with ears that knits up quickly and easily for your favorite newborn, baby or toddler!
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Easy beanie knitting pattern. Free. A beautiful, practical hand-knitted hat. It will suit a little girl or older girls. A model is stylish and pretty, it is good both for autumn and winter. The hat is very easy to make, it will be knitted just in a few ho
Baby Hat in Eyelet Mock Cable Rib
Knit with #5 dpns and TLC Baby Sport, it should fit a newborn. Cast on 70 sts (16-18-18-18)and work 2 1/2" in k1p1 rib. Move sts to (15-20...
Christmas Tree Baby Hat Pattern
This Christmas Tree Baby Hat Pattern brings together all the cheer of Christmas, so your baby can look adorable and festive on Christmas morning. This is a super easy knitting pattern because it only uses knit stitches to make a great texture.
Kids' Dice Check Balaclava
Kids' Dice Check Balaclava So I'll be honest; I'm not sure I would have ever come up with the idea to knit a kids' balaclava on my own. But after a special request for a simple but attractive kids' piece, I came up with this design. And while it's not quite as "simple" as I originally intended, I do think that the three-color pattern I've come up with is striking, and easier to make than it looks, since the most complex thing you'll need to know how to do to make it is pick up stitches…
Momma's Cupcake Hat Pattern
"Back when I first started designing knit and crochet patterns in 2011, Charlie, my first child, was my sweet little cupcake. Looking back at that time now, it feels like I had endless amounts of time to dote on my little cupcake. Which is why I started making all sorts of cute hats in the first place, hehe. One of my very first designs was this cute knitted cupcake hat pattern. Charlie was such a good sport modeling all of my hats….even if some of them were a bit girly. I’ve been lucky to…
Slouchy Diamond Cap
Super cute, and quite quick, this cap is a fun project! This design features a little bit of trendy “slouch” and a nice diamond texture design element to keep things interesting.
Garter Ear Flap Hat
This Garter Ear Flap Hat was an engineering feat to get me back on my feet. You see, I didn’t exactly have that quintessential fresh-start feeling that so often comes with the New Year. Instead, I spent January 1st in bed with the flu and its attendant fever, aches, chills, and delirium. Just as the worst was passing, Mother Nature blasted us with a Polar Vortex that I did not have the strength nor will to face. Cabin fever set in! Groggy from illness and stir-crazed from quarantine, I was…
Baby Bear Bonnet
"This is seamless knitted bear bonnet with little ears. This is an easy to knit bonnet for a baby or small child.There is a detailed photo tutorial showing you how to knit a garter stitch as well as i-cord. The little ears can be easily substituted with two small faux or real fur pom poms. The main skills required are to be able to knit, purl, decrease and pick up stitches around the neck edge. Knit this cute hat and make your baby the most adorable one.<br /> Difficulty Level"
Halloween Mummy Hat Knitting Pattern
"Your little one will be the hit of the block dressed up in an adorable Halloween mummy hat. This fun knitting pattern knits up quickly and easily and all you need to add are some white pjs (and maybe some torn strips of cloth) to have the cutest easy Halloween costume for your baby. Bonus points if your little one has recently learned how to walk and can toddle around while wearing their knit mummy hat! "
Beautiful Butterfly Hat Knitting Pattern
"This adorable Butterfly Hat knitting pattern is a quick and easy knit with a really cute gathered brim and an adorable colorful knit butterfly perched right on top. The hat is knit in the round and the butterfly is knit flat. The Butterfly wings have been tested and are really easy to knit, I promise! No complicated fiddly stitches in this pattern! Choose your favorite butterfly colors and enjoy making your own baby butterfly hat for your little caterpillar! "