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Crochet Baby Hats!
Crochet baby hats are a top choice for many crafters. You can make them very simple or get really detailed with the designs. There are baby hats for all seasons, in all different styles. The crochet hat patterns here showcase the best variety of different designs for stylish babies.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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Double Crochet Beanie Hat Free Pattern
Of course, there are much simpler crochet baby hats, as well. The basic beanie worked in double crochet is a nice choice. This crochet patterns comes in all sizes so that you can make matching designs for everyone in the family or make new ones as baby grows up. The designer also offers a variation using a bulky weight yarn.Continue to 4 of 16 below.
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My Favorite Beanie Free Crochet Pattern
This crochet beanie uses more advanced crochet stitches, including post stitches. It comes in eleven sizes, including lots for babies of different ages. The preemie size is available as a free crochet pattern.Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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Crochet Pixie Bonnet Free Pattern
This pixie bonnet uses a thick-and-thin yarn that works up quickly and ends up super cozy. It is an easy crochet pattern using half double crochet stitches. The tassels on the ends give it a fun shape and style.Continue to 8 of 16 below.
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Chunky Cabled Heart Hat Crochet Pattern
Chunky yarn is combined with a cabling technique for a warm winter hat decorated with beautiful heart shapes. This crochet pattern is offered for free in the toddler size and can be purchased for other sizes, including one for baby.Continue to 9 of 16 below.
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Cushion Cluster Beanie Crochet Pattern
This crochet pattern uses an ombre yarn in combination with cluster stitches to create a design that looks more intricate than it really is. It's a great choice for impressing people with your crochet skills.Continue to 11 of 16 below.
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Crochet Football Earflap Hat
Get baby ready for sports at an early age with this cute crochet football hat! Earflap hats keep baby's ears warm in the wind. They are also often designed, like this one, so that they can be tied underneath baby's chin for a better fit.Continue to 12 of 16 below.
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Seamless Earflap Hat Free Crochet Pattern
This version of an earflap crochet hat uses a terrific yarn selection for colors that pack a punch. This free pattern, available as a download on Ravelry, comes in six sizes from newborn through adult.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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Planned Pooling Crochet Baby Hat Pattern
Crochet planned pooling is a technique that uses variegated yarn to create a specific pattern, often argyle in inspiration. That's what was done here, worked in pastel colors that soften the pattern for babies.Continue to 14 of 16 below.
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Textured Crochet Baby Hat Free Pattern
Many crochet baby sweater patterns come as part of a set that also includes a crochet hat. Sets like this are great when you want to make a crochet gift for a baby in your life. This example is a textured pattern designed for babies approximately 6-9 months of age.Continue to 15 of 16 below.
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Baby Bonnet and Booties Crochet Pattern
Don't want to make a whole sweater but still want to make a baby set? A matching crochet baby hat and booties set is always a great choice. This one is an adorable bonnet that will keep the sun off of baby's feet.
Baby Bonnet and Booties by Meadowvale StudiosContinue to 16 of 16 below.
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Leaping Stripes Free Crochet Pattern Set
These crochet hats, available in varied sizes, including one for baby, are designed using a unique stitch pattern that Moogly calls "Leaping Stripes and Blocks." These hats are designed to match other patterns using the same stitch, including a crochet blanket and a crochet messenger bag pattern.