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.

Abbreviations:

The Craft Yarn Council provides a helpful chart for baby head circumferences.

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!

To learn how to make this baby beanie with ears, click HERE.

Blue Baby Beanie with Ears

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

 

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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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