How to Crochet a Baby Beanie with a Flower

My daughter Emmy asked me to make something special for a precious little baby for Christmas. Anytime my kids ask me to make something, I am ONBOARD!

This was a quick project. It took less than an hour to make the hat. I already had a flower. Yes, I have a collection of crochet flowers in a variety of shapes, colors, and patterns ready to use.

I made this for a baby girl, but of course, you can make this for a baby boy by changing the color and not adding the flower. I think striped (multiple yarn colors) would be cute for a baby boy too.  I love to crochet because of the variety of colors and varied textures of yarn.

Step 1: Crochet the beanie

Click HERE for the baby beanie pattern from Sewrella.  You can watch the video, which is really well done or you can download a PDF of the pattern on Etsy for $2.99.

Step 2: Crochet the flower

Click HERE for the flower pattern from Autumn Berry Crochet.

I made the same hat for a friend’s baby girl and this time I used a smaller flower (only did the first row of the linked pattern). I also added a button.

Step 3: Attach the flower to the beanie

I left long yarn tails on the flower so I could use a yarn needle and baste the flower on the beanie. You could add a button at the center of the flower as another option but we liked how the pick showed through.

Step 4: Enjoy how cute this looks on a precious baby! 🥰

And be sure to snap a lot of cute pictures!

Let me know what you think or if you have any comments by commenting below.

 

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Author: Suzanne

Blogger and DIYer with my talented husband Neal. I share about our projects and life lessons following Christ.

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