Baby\’s First Hat Crochet Pattern

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Baby's First Hat crochet pattern is a top-down crochet beanie that comes in sizes from preemie to 9-12 months.

It's crocheted in the round working in the third loop of half double crochet and includes detailed step-by-step photos and instructions on how to complete different stitches.

This baby hat pattern also has an attached brim for extra warmth.

Basic knowledge of how to crochet in the round is required.

This baby's first hat crochet pattern is the perfect way to give your little one a head start on their fashion sense.

You're a new parent, and you want to make sure your child has the best.

This is your chance to get them started with their first hat!

It's simple, easy, and will be loved by both of you for years to come.

There are many patterns out there that can help you design hats for babies in all different shapes and sizes.


Baby's First Hat Crochet Pattern

The free pattern includes instructions for both an adult-sized and baby-sized hat, knit in any yarn weight with appropriate size hook.

– Sport (2, Fine) Yarn
– 3.5-mm (E/4 USA, 9 UK) Hook
– 4-mm (G/6 USA, 8 UK) Hook
– One Stitch Marker to Work in the Round
– Tapestry Needle

Small Preemie 10”-12” (25-30 cm), 53.5 yds, 50m
Preemie 12”-13” (30-33 cm), 65 yds, 60 m
0-3 Months 13”-14.2” (33-36 cm), 76.5 yds, 70 m
3-6 Months 14.6”-16” (37-40 cm), 99.5 yds, 91 m
6-9 Months 16”-17” (40-43 cm), 115 yds, 105 m
Toddler 17”-18” (43-46 cm), 145 yds, 133 m

If you're looking for a last minute baby shower gift or just want something warm for your own little one during these cold winter days, grab some yarn and start making one or more today!

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Baby's First Hat Crochet Pattern
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