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Beautiful Easy Crochet Border for a Baby Blanket

Crochet Border Pattern Fan Wave Crochet Border Written instructions for the Fan Wave Shell Border.

This is a beautiful Ruffle border, it really is an easy crochet border pattern. But, looks absolutely beautiful as a blanket edging. 

easy crochet border pattern for the fan wave crochet shell border

I was asked specifically for just the written pattern to the fan wave border for a reader, I published it for you all to enjoy. 

Ribbed Crochet Hat with Ear Flaps Pattern FREE Newborn and (0-3 months) Sizing

Free Crochet Pattern for Baby hat with Earflaps.  NEWBORN & 0-3 months sizing. the Perfect Winter crochet hat for a Baby! Tried and Tested by my own Grandson.

This crochet hat is also my MOST asked for in orders

Free crochet baby hat pattern with earflaps and pompom

This ribbed crochet hat with ear flaps and huge pom is perfect for 0-3 months. 

I first made my grandson this warm cozy ribbed hat with earflaps and a huge pom, when he was just a few weeks old. 

ribbed HDC crochet baby earflap pattern with pom pom


The Grey one pictured above had 1 more row of sc back loops, but this made it just a little too big. 

 And it was a firm favorite throughout the winter. The Baby hat was crocheted using the Half double crochet Stitch, (HDC) and to create the ribbing effect the HDC is worked around the front of the post of the previous round (FPHDC)

Free Crochet Pattern Baby Hat and Booties (NEWBORN)

Crochet Hat and Crochet Booties Pattern EASY and beginner-friendly! These Booties and matching hats make a fantastic crochet gift for a newborn infant, as they are a very quick last-minute crochet gift idea for a new arrival. 

The little hat is also a perfect size to crochet and donate some of the hats to hospitals.  

They always sell well at craft fairs, they are easy to crochet and so quick to make up. 


free crochet pattern newborn baby hat  and booties set


Ellas NO Cuff Cute Baby Booties and Hat FREE Crochet Pattern (0-3 months)
3.5″ Length of foot

4 mm (G) hook Baby Aran

Free Crochet Cardigan Pattern for Newborn Babies

Free Crochet Pattern for a Newborn Baby Cardigan which is worked in Double Crochet using a 4.00mm hook.  Very Easy crochet pattern for  you to crochet a simple Baby cardigan 

newborn crochet cardigan sweater pattern free


The original pattern for this wee cardigan was written for a preemie and small Newborn. 

Megans  Crochet Baby Cardigan Pattern (as Pictured in this Image below) 

which was made using an Aran weight yarn.

Crochet baby newborn cardigan sweater EASY

Many have asked for the same simple styled cardigan in Double Knit =Worsted weight.

You can Buy an AD FREE Printable PDF of Rebeccas Newborn Cardigan  from Ravelry with secure checkout from Paypal 

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NEWBORN Crochet Cardigan FREE PATTERN in Double Crochet Yarn (*AF) and using a 4.00mm hook

17 inches around the chest area.
using a 4.00 mm hook and DK  (I used Marriners Super Soft Baby  which I find makes lovely Baby items)
Buttons
Needle to weave ends in.

Gauge: 8dc = 2 inches( I crochet very loosley )
Written in US terms

Please read all the notes throughout.

Ch2 counts as the first stitch

Chain 51
Row 1: 1dc into 4th ch from hook, 6sts 3dc in next, (FRONT)
       dc in next 8sts, (SHOULDER)  3 dc in next st,
       dc in next 15 sts, (BACK) 3 dc in next st,
       dc in next 8 sts, 3 dc in next st,
       dc in next  7sts, 3 dc in next st, turn  

Row 2: Ch2, dc in next 7, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 10 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 17 ch, 3dc in next ch,
       dc in next 10sts,3dc in next,
       dc in last 8 sts.turn

Row 3: Ch2, dc in next 8sts,3dc in next st,
       dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 19sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in last 9sts. Turn

Row 4: Ch2, dc in next 9sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 14 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 21 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 14 sts,3dc in next st,
       dc in last 10 sts.turn

Row 5: Ch2, dc in next 10 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 16 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 23 sts, 3dc in next st,
       dc in next 16 sts,3dc in next st,
       dc in last 11 sts.turn


Row 6: Ch2, dc in next 11 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 18 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 25 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 18 sts,3dc in next st,
      dc in last 12 sts. turn

Row 7: Ch2, dc in next 12sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 20 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 2h7 sts, 3dc in next st,
      dc in next 20sts,  3dc in next st,
      dc in last 13 sts.  turn

ROw 8: Ch2, dc in next 13 sts, Ch4, SKIP 24 sts,
          dc in next 31sts, Ch4, SKIP 24sts,
          dc in last 14sts, turn (68sts)

Row 9: Ch1, dc in every stitch including the ch 4, turn (68sts)

Row 10: Ch1, dc in each stitch, turn (68sts)

Row 11: Repeat Row 10 until work measures approx 9.5 Inches from shoulder.

Fasten off


       
Cardigan edging with Button Holes:  start at the lower edge on the right front.

With RS facing and a 4.00mm hook join with your chosen yarn
we will be working in single crochet around the cardigan border (making 3scs into each CORNER, Turn)

RS: Ch1, 1sc into the base of ch1, work sc evenly into row ends up the first front edge
to front top corner, work 3sc into corner stitch, continue working 1sc into each ch around the neck to next top corner,

 
3sc into the corner, continue working evenly into row ends down the second front edge
to bottom corner, 3sc into corner, ch1, work 1sc into each dc along the bottom of the cardigan to end,
ss to first sc on beginning of row. Turn.

Next Row:  Ch1, 1sc into base of ch1, 1sc into each sc to last 2 stitches , slip stitch to top stitch of the neck line for a neat finish.
FASTEN OFF HERE

Buttonhole Row: (Remember LOOPS ON LEFT for BOY . LOOPS on Right-hand side for GIRL)   
make our evenly where you wish the buttonholes to be on the cardigan. 

I love the look of 3 buttons from the top on a newborn.

 
How the buttonholes will be made if you wish more mark out evenly spaced holes.

Join yarn to RS of work to opposite side.

 
work 1sc into the base of ch1, (*make 2ch, miss 1sc, 1sc into each of next 8sc*) repeat for s many buttonholes as you would like,  sc to second last st ch1, slip to join. Fasten off

 

Sleeves:

Rnd 1: join yarn to centre of the underarm, (2nd stitch of the chain 4), Make sure this row is worked in the opposite direction of Row 8.
Ch3, (counts as first dc) Work Dc evenly around the armhole (34sts)   
(You will work 2dc into a SIDE of  ROW 10 stitches at Armhole see PIC on last page for visual)
Slip stitch to Join to First DC (4th chain from ch3) TURN
Rnd 2:Ch 3(counts as first dc), dc in each st around,  Slip stitch to Join to First DC, Turn
Rnd 3:Ch 3(counts as first dc), 2dctog, dc in all sts to last 2, 2dctog,  Slip stitch to Join to First DC, Turn
Repeat for 7 more rows: Ch 3(counts as first dc), dc in each st around,  Slip stitch to Join to First DC, Turn
(by doing this you will decrease 1 stitch per round)
Sc in each stitch around and Fasten off 

Finish as you please 



newborn crochet cardigan free pattern

I have also sized up the double crochet Cardigan pattern  into the next size suitable for a 3+ month 

See the FULL FREE Pattern on my website HERE 


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Free Crochet Teddy Bear Pattern

A simple easy crochet Crochet Teddy Bear Pattern. This is a fantastic last minute project to crochet, very quick to make, and is a lovely gift idea for a baby shower or new baby . The teddy can be made using up scraps of your yarn in a multiple of colours. As long as you use the same thickness of yarn throughout for the crochet bear. 

free crochet teddy bear toy pattern



Free Crochet Dress Pattern for Newborn

This is a simple Crochet Baby Dress Pattern. Newborn- 3 months. I was asked to Crochet a baby dress for my mum's friend's daughter. I loved making this as it was to be a summery outfit and I think I will create a little frilly diaper cover to go with this next. 

free croche tpattern baby dress

Materials
Pink sport weight yarn / Double Knit Yarn
 UK 5 (I Hook)
Shell=(2DC, ch 1, 2DC).

Free Crochet Cardigan Patterns for Baby

The most asked for patterns I am requested is for baby cardigans for 0-3 months or a newborn baby . I will collect my personal favorite here on this page.  And I will keep adding as I come across some too. 

free crochet pattern cardigan

Adorable  Baby Cardigan. FREE PDF to Download and Print from Cygnet Yarns - HERE

Free crochet patterns baby cardigans

Free Crochet Pattern baby Cardigan hat and booties set- worked side to side and is really cute 

Crochet Cardigan baby free pattern


This is another FREE PDF pattern you can download and Print. Again Worked side to side this is for a bigger baby But I am going to try making this in lighter yarn weight and a smaller hook.  Because I  love the simplicity of how this is made and the neckline will be perfect for little babies.

crochet baby cardigan free pattern


free crochet baby cardigan pattern
Source: Ravelry user

This is a very popular cardigan to crochet for baby, with the offset buttons perfect for under little chins. 

free crochet baby cardigan pattern

This is a full baby crocheted set but so pretty 


free crochet pattern baby cardigan

This is a very easy simple crochet baby cardigan (FREE PATTERN) worked from the top down. We found this perfect for my newborn grandson popped over a little all in one sleepsuit to keep him warm. 


Free crochet pattern baby newborn cardigan

This is a lovely warm baby cardigan 




free crochet pattern baby cardigan

A traditional Crochet cardigan for baby


free crochet baby cardigan patterns

This is the most popular request for a newborn baby cardigan i am requested to make.
Sweet Sugar long sleeved baby  cardigan, 

There really is nothing sweeter and no greater responsibility than when you are making a newborns first cardigan
But I must admit! I LOVE getting and recieving little photos of babies wearing the items I have made for them.

free crochet baby cardigan pattern
Baby is Wearing Sweet Sugar Babies Long Sleeved Baby Cardigan by LisaAuch
This is a pretty little newborn hat and cardigan set a FREE download from Yarnspirations

free new born crochet cardigan pattern to download and print
Free Pattern  to Download and Print for this cute quick to make Baby Cardigan





Baby Crochet Booties (FREE PATTERN) Cute Fur Trimmed Crochet Baby Shoes


Adorably Cute Baby Crochet Booties (FREE Crochet Bootie Pattern) with a tie front to ensure they stay on feet. Tried and tested on my Grandson.  Will fit 0-3 months Make these booties today with this Free Crochet Pattern from LisaAuch
baby booties crochet pattern free baby booties crochet pattern


You will skip some stitches and work some stitches into the base of the chain or the Slip to join space (this is to limit the bulkiness of the bootie for tiny feet ) This pattern is a more advanced pattern
if you wish a more beginner-friendly Baby Bootie pattern please visit  HERE  where I show you how to crochet easy baby booties with a photo tutorial.

I used a 4.00mm hook
Double Knit Yarn from Deramores
and
small amount of fluffy type baby yarn if you wish for the top cuff.
Crochet Bootie Pattern FREE

If you wish to help support me and my free pattern website so I can keep making FREE Patterns available then you can buy an AD-FREE version of this pattern to Print and Download HERE for $2.00 Checking out with Paypal HERE Buy Now -

Thank you so much for your continued support Stay safe and Stay Well - Lisa x

Newborn Baby Crochet Hat Pattern - Perfect Crochet Hat for Donating to Hospitals


This newborn crochet hat is perfect for babies just coming out of the hospital or making a few baby hats in varying colors and donating them to your local hospital.


newborn baby hat crochet pattern for donating to hospitals


 Newborn Babies can lose heat really quickly straight after birth so they require warm hats immediately to help keep them warm and cozy. 

If they lose heat too quickly after being born they can become quite unwell. 

Please check with your local maternity unit on what colors they may need, as some units run a traffic light system and are a fantastic visual aid for the midwives to easily identify babies that may need a little more help and attention in the first few hours. 


RED -  red hats are used for babies who are more at risk and require more regular observations. 

AMBER hats - require just a little bit more attention. 

GREEN Hats - lower risk babies and only require routine observations as they are healthy and a good weight. 

(Please check with the labor Delivery suite midwives if donations are being taken at this time, If your local hospital is not taking donations at this time do not worry there is always a hospital requiring hats. so just keep making)


newborn baby hat free crochet pattern


Or, Like I do, keep a box ongoing, and when there is an urgent request. 

I have several to go at one time. That I can wrap up and send to the labor suite of the hospital. 

What size Do baby hats need to be for the hospitals? 

newborn baby hat to donate to hospitals free crochet pattern


As a guide, the average newborn head circumference is between 13- 15 inches! But recommended hat circumference is 12 inches around 

For this hat, we will crochet in Rows until our HAT measures 12 inches. 

Depth of hat once on head Must be at least  5 inches. 


But it's NOT an accurate science as all baby's heads are different sizes, but we can help make our little hats fit as best we can for those crucial first 24 hours where keeping the heat in the body is a must. 

The reason THIS newborn baby hat pattern is so great for donating to the hospitals is for several reasons. 

1. The BRIM is folded upwards to sit just above baby eyebrows. 

 With many 'beanie type' hats we are kinda judging the length required as not every baby comes out the same,  so crocheting a baby hat with a fold-up brim is great. 

2. The bottom Edging of the hat is lovely and elastic, meaning it can adjust to fit a few sizes. 

3. And finally, the Crochet stitches used Single Croche tin the Back loop makes a nice warm textured piece. 


This is the most asked-for baby hat pattern I get asked to make and sell as part of newborn hats and booties sets I make. 

Crochet Baby Hat Pattern to Donate to hospitals 


newborn baby hat free crochet pattern


For this newborn hat, you will need around 

50g of Baby Double Knit (my favorite just now is Lionbrand Double Knit Baby


3.50mm (Newborn) 4.00mm hook (0- 3  size)


For this hat, you will be working in ROWS and Work into the back loops only.

Row 1: Ch 36, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in 30 ch, slip stitch into next 5 ch,   Ch 1, and turn.

Row 2:  Slip Stitch in the Back Loop of first 5 sts, ScBackloop into the remaining 30 sts. Ch 1 and turn.

Row 3:  ScBackloop into the next 30 sts, slip into BLoops of last 5 remaining stitches 

Rows 4 to Rows 44: Repeat Row 2 and Row 3

End off after the last st on Row 44  OR continue until your Recommended length is complete =( circumference of HAT) leaving a long tail. 



Your hat should look like this 





Fold the Hat in Half . Sew back loops of first and last rows together; 




when you reach the top weave thread in and out to gather. 



Pull tightly to close for the top of the hat, Weaving in ends to finish  






Here is Another Super EASY crochet baby hat pattern that is ideal to donate to hospitals Or To crochet for a Baby as a coming home gift. 

As you can see in this image for baby coming home I made Small yarn pom poms. 
Adorably cute!.


crochet hat pattern FREE for baby coming home from hospital in




Crochet Baby Hat patterns to donate to Hospitals


This is a lovely beginner-friendly How to crochet a baby Hat Pattern and Tutorial. 


The hat can be made any size and is nice and stretchy. 

FREE crochet Baby Hat Tutorial with Pictures and instructions. Using the Half Double Crochet Stitch


Or if you Prefer a Lovely simple croche Newborn Beanie hat Pattern you can visit my Popular 

FREE newborn crochet Hat Pattern HERE 



crochet baby newborn hat pattern free donate to hospitals


Adults simple Easy Crochet Hat Pattern

easy simple crochet hat pattern simple for beginners

 I am asked time and time again How do you crochet a women's simple hat that's easy for beginners?

For this particular crochet beanie-type hat is suitable for adults.


TO crochet this hat You will need to know how to : 

Work in the round and slip stitch to join. 

Double Crochet - Yarn over. Insert hook into the stitch where you want to place the dc stitch. Yarn over again. Pull through. Yarn over again. Pull through the first two of three loops on hook. Yarn over again. Pull through the remaining two loops on the hook.

How to Crochet in the round by joining with a slip stitch


If you feel this is too advanced for you then perhaps try my simple Hat Pattern made from a rectangle. You will work back and forth in ROWS for this hat. 


you can find the FREE Pattern and Tutorial 

How to make the crochet hat HERE  

Adults Basic Beanie Pattern Free Crochet Hat Pattern

4.00mm hook 
Double Knit Yarn 
Written in US terms

Crochet Beanie Hat Pattern
If you are confident working out the increases for making larger or smaller, remember that using  different sizes use different hooks, and thicker wool can help achieve your sizing
Please note I am a VERY loose crocheter so if you feel you need to you can go up a hook size to a 4.50mm to achieve your sizing.

NOTE: The FIRST stitches are WOrked INTO THE BASE of the Chain stitch.

Ch4 and join with sl st to form ring, ch 2.
Rnd 1: 10dc in ring, sl st to first dc, ch 2.
Rnd 2: 2 dc in base of chain, 2dc in next st, and in each st around,sl st to top of ch 2.(20 sts)
Rnd 3: Ch2, 2 dc in next dc, (dc in next dc, 2 dc in next) repeat around, sl st to top of ch 2. (30 sts.)
Rnd 4: Ch2, 2 dc in next dc, (dc in next 2 dc, 2 dc in next dc) repeat around,sl st to top of ch 2 (40sts.)
Rnd 5: Ch2, 2 dc in next dc, (dc in next 3 dc, 2 dc in next dc) repeat around,sl st to top of ch 2. (50sts).
Rnd 6: Ch2, 2 dc in next dc, (dc in next 4 dc, 2 dc in next dc) repeat around, sl st to top of ch 2. (60 sts).
you have now reached the circumference of your hat, so if you think you need it larger just continue increasing in established pattern 
Continue working the first DC into the BASE of the ch2. 
Rnd 7 to Rnd 16: Dc in each stitch around, slip to join, ch 2.

(Work until the desired length is achieved)
Rnd 17:  I like to finish off with a smaller crochet stitch. I would work Half Double Crochet Around. But you can still finish with the  Double Crochet stitch around   (60 sts).
Easy crochet adult hat pattern free
                                                             Fasten off and weave in ends.

Mommy and Me Cosy Fluffy Slipper Sock Patterns (Free Crochet Patterns)

Why not crochet these beautiful cosy booties for both baby and mum. 

These are fantastic quick easy crochet projects, using fluffy yarn and my basic crochet sock and the Cosy baby bootie patterns, the finished result is just so cute.
why not combine these 2 Easy beginner-friendly cosy slipper sock patterns for Adult and 6 month old baby crochet patterns with mothers day upcoming this would be a PERFECT gift idea for the new mum and baby
By using the Half Double Crochet Stitch. The pattern is really stretchy so even when i make these for me (size 6) my daughter steals them and she is a size 7


crochet slipper socks easy free pattern

FIND THE FREE PATTERN FOR THE ADULT SLIPPERS HERE 


 

Crochet Baby Ribbed Puff Stitch Hat with Earflaps Pattern 0-3 months

Since my grandson has been born I have been obsessed with crocheting for him. We Live in Scotland and much as it is beautiful it is freezing. Having a crochet hat is mandatory headwear. 

crochet baby ribbed hat pattern free earflaps

I was surprised by the reception these infant crochet hats have received. People have just loved to see the wee one all adorned in his crochet outfits. I do believe there is nothing sweeter than a newborn in crocheted items. All cosied up in their prams out for a brisk walk in the fresh air.

This is the next size up in the Puff Stitch ribbed Baby earflap hat pattern.

I have recently welcomed a little grandson into the world who has blown every sizing chart I had out the water! 

So I have written some new newborn baby infant crochet hat patterns and released them on the website for FREE, but you can also

                 BUY an AD free version HERE from Ravelry

Thankyou as Always for your Continued Support 

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 Patterns for SALE HERE


I have many crochet patterns available on my website which can help you make gorgeous little sets like this pink one 
Hat is Olivers Original Ribbed Hat 
Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern 
Baby Booties 

crochet baby set free crochet pattern


He is now 3 months old and a whopping 15lbs. I have had to adjust many of my 'Newborn' hat patterns, and I have now added in a 1-3 months stage.

If you are looking for the small NEWBORN 
size please visit my pattern on my site HERE 


The Puff stitch is quite stretchy so it allows for a lot of growth. As he grows I will be adding in the patterns for the next sizes.  


Measurements: 0-3 months Crown diameter at end of Round 3 should measure 4.25 inches across.

Hat circumference 13-14 inches I am an extremely LOOSE crocheter so if you need to you may find going up a hook will help you achieve size)

6. 00mm Hook James C Brett Top Value Chunky

I have also made this hat using 2 strands of Marriner Super soft Baby worked together and a 6.50 mm hook

 

Abbreviations:

Abbreviations US terms

Ch-chain Dc-double crochet Tr-treble crochet FPDC-front post-Double Crochet

Slst-slip stitch Dc2togcluster – 2 double crochet in the SAME stitch Decrease these 2 together

Rep-repeat

Notes:

Read Pattern instructions carefully before starting to crochet.

Rnd 5 to Round 7: (for smaller baby finish here) for Larger 10lb+ baby add one more Row HERE

and finish on around 8 )


SIZE: 1 – 3 Months (If you want NEWBORN SIZE Please visit my website HERE


Chain 3, Work 12 DC into the first chain. Pull tight to close (12)


Rnd 2: Ch2, 2 DC in base of ch2, 2DC in next stitch, *1dc in next, 2DC in nxt* Repeat around (24)


Rnd 3: Ch2, 2DC in base of ch2, Dc in next 2 sts st, 2DC in next stitch, *1 dc in next 2 stitches, 2DC in nxt* Repeat around (36)


Rnd 4: Ch2 1 DC in base of ch 2, 1Front Ppost DCCluster around post of previous rounds DC,

1 HDC in NEXT stitch,

(18 HDC 18 FPDouble Crochet Clusters) (36)


Rnd 5 to Round 7: Ch2 1 DC in base of ch 2, 1 Front Post DcCluster around 

previous rounds FPDCCluster POSTS, 1 HDC in NEXT stitch,* repeat ** around (18 HDC, 18 FPDCClusters)

(for the smaller baby finish here) for Larger 10lb+ add one more Row HERE

and finish on around 8 )


Round 8 0r 9 depending: Ch1, SC in Back loops only around, slip to join


How to Crochet the Earflaps:

ROW 1: Ch1 1 sc in same stitch as ch 1 SC in next 6sts TURN (7)

ROW 2: Ch1 SC2tog SC in each stitch, until end, TURN ( 6)

Row 3: Ch1 SC2tog SC in each stitch, until end, TURN (5)

Row 4: Ch1 SC2tog SC in each stitch, until end, TURN (4)

Row 5: Ch1, SC2 tog, SC in each stitch until end, TURN (3)

Row 6: Row 5: Ch1, SC2 tog, SC in each stitch until end, TURN (3)


Fasten off


With back of hat facing you skip 14sts from first SC of other earflap rejoin Yarn.

ROW 1: Ch1 1 SC in same stitch as ch 1 SC in next 6sts TURN (7)

ROW 2: Ch1 SC2tog SC in each stitch, until end, TURN ( 6)

Row 3: Ch1 SC2tog SC in each stitch, until end, TURN (5)

Row 4: Ch1 SC2tog SC in each stitch, until end, TURN (4)

Row 5: Ch1, SC2 tog, SC in each stitch until end, TURN (3)

Row 6: Row 5: Ch1, SC2 tog, SC in each stitch until end, TURN (2)

DO NOT FATEN OFF


HAT TIES AND BORDER

WE are going to crochet the Ties and final Border WORKED IN 1 Whole PIECE

Please Make SURE Right SIDE of the HAT is facing towards you as you work


Chain 41, Slip Stitch into 2nd chain from hook and slip stitch the way BACK along the chain 

you have just created, (1st TIE completed)

Slip stitch into the last row of earflap and continue to work in SC evenly spaced UP the side of the

earflap towards the brim of the hat,

Once you reach the Brim Stitches Sc, 

Back Loop along to NEXT EARFLAP,

SC evenly Alongside of Earflap and when at the bottom of earflap,

chain 41,


Slip Stitch, in 2nd chain from hook a din each chain you have just made, back towards earflap, 

Slip to join to the side of earflap

and then continue with SC evenly up the side of Earflap.

slip to join to brim working in Back Loops only,

Work to next earflap and finish off working downside of ear flap to FIRST TIE WORKED, 

slip to join.

Fasten off and Weave in Ends.


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It helps me to maintain the website and buy new materials to make even more FREE PATTERNS. 

 As always you are free to make and sell items you have made from the pattern. But you must acknowledge LisaAuch.com as the original designer. 

YOU will  NOT copy or distribute the pattern online TEXT OR PDF, in part or whole anywhere else,

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Without my express written permission.

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Crochet Baby Hat with Earflaps Newborn A FREE Crochet Baby Hat Pattern

FREE CROCHET PATTERN Crochet a Baby Infant Hat with Ear Flaps and make this adorable warm cosy baby hat. 
Thank you for your continued support

Pattern is written in US Terms

Abbreviations 


CH = chain
ST(S) = stitch (es)
SLST = slip stitch
FpDcCluster = work 2 Front Post Double Crochet Together around previous rounds specified stitch
DC = Double Crochet
SC = Single Crochet
BLO = Back Loop Only
Please Note: I crochet extremely loosely you May need to go up a hook size to achieve the sizing, 
Check crown diameter is 4 inches 

To fit NEWBORN

Finished size

Crown Diameter: 4 inches
Circumference will fit 14/15  inches, 
Length Top to brim 5 inches, 
To Base of ear 7 inches


Use 2 strands Double Knit held together ( I often use the beginning and middle of ball of yarn  ) 

With a 6mm hook make a magic circle or ch4 and work 11 DC into the first ch.

Rnd 1: Ch2, work 11DC into a circle, ss to first DC ( pull tail to close.) (11 DC)

Rnd 2: Ch2, 2DC in same space as ch2, 2DC in each DC around, ss to first DC, 22, (22DC)

Rnd 3: ch2, 2DC in same space as ch2, 1DC in next DC,*2DC in next DC, DC in next DC*
*rep to last st 

Pattern Round:

Rnd4: to Rnd 9: Ch2, FPDcCluster around the FIRST DC STITCH of previous round, 
HDC in next stitch,
(FPDcCluster in next stitch, HDC in Nxt) repeat ( ) around, ss to top of ch, ( 33 Sts)
 (17 FPDcCluster 16 HDC + the ch2) (33sts)

DO NOT FASTEN OFF

Brim and Earflaps

Row 1: ch1,SC in BLO in same st as ch1, SC in BLO loosely in each st around slip to join.
DO NOT FASTEN OFF

Earflaps

Row1 ch1,1Sc in same st as ch1, working through BOTH loops, SC in nxt 5 STS, TURN (6sc)

Row2: ch1, Sc in the BASE of Chain, and sc in next 5 Sts, TURN(6sts)

Row 3: ch1, Skip Base of chain stitch and sc in next 5 Sts , TURN (5sts)

Row 4: ch1, Skip Base of chain stitch and sc in next 4 Sts , TURN (4sts)


Row5: ch1, Skip Base of Chain stitch, and sc in next 3 Sts,

FASTEN OFF

2nd earflap

With the middle of the back of hat facing you count from the end of ear flap  across 
the FRONT 12sts

JOIN YARN.

Work as for 1st ear flap working, in NEXT 6 Sts,

FASTEN OFF

Join Yarn at center BACK of hat to complete LAST row and TIES.

(This looks complicated but its actually VERY easy)

Ch1, working in each stitch of BACK of HAT SC BLO in each stitch
until you arrive at the ear flap,

Work 1 SC evenly spaced down the side of the ear flap,
SC in the First Stitch of LAST row of ear flap, Chain 41,

SLIP STITCH BACK along the chain you have just completed
finishing with another SC into the SAME space,

continue with a SC in the 3rd stitch of LAST row of the ear flap, and
Work 1 SC evenly spaced up the OTHER side of the ear flap,

Now Working ALONG the FRONT of the hat.

SC BLO in each of the 15 stitches.

Work 2nd ear flap and TIE as the FIRST,
and once finished 2nd ear flap, continue working the SC in BLO until last stitch.
FASTEN OFF.

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This was one of the first hats I made for my grandson, And as He grew I made more. 

It has became one of my most favorite go-to baby hat patterns. 

You find Olivers Original Newborn hat pattern HERE 


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crochet newborn earflap hat pattern FREE

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Pixie Crochet Bonnet for Newborn (FREE Crochet Pattern )

(FREE crochet pattern for a newborn crochet hat in the style of a Pixie Bonnet, (newborn size) but can be made bigger easily. 


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This cute little Pixie Bonnet is absolutely adorable on a newborn. It has a slight peak at the crown and ties at each side of the face to keep secure and snuggly warm for the baby.

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My daughter recently gave birth to a little boy and everything has been grey, But I've also made this in a beautiful vibrant red yarn with white fur trim at the face all ready for the winter Christmas Season

You can actually make this ANY size by making sure the LENGH - measure roughly from the bottom of jawline over the head to the opposite jawline and WIDTH = side front of the face 
(just in front of the EAR to middle Back of head 

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