Itty Bitty Bear Cubs
These little preemie sized bear cub hats came about when my daughter requested something for her twin sons to wear during their stay in the NICU. The pattern can easily be made larger, for newborn or older babies, by sizing up on yarn and needles.
Rib-Knit Baby Hat
A simple hat for a newborn baby. There are no decreases, just knitting and purling - perfect for beginners. A sweet little knit that works up quickly. Enjoy!
Preemie Hats for Charity
These little hats make a great stash-busting project that gives back to the community at the same time. Now available as a free pdf! Download through Ravelry! Materials: Small amounts of sport-weight soft, washable yarn in pastels, or colors of your choice US3 (3.25mm) double-pointed needles Tapestry needle Gauge: 6.5 to 7 sts = 1in (2.54cm), depending on your yarn A slightly different gauge will give you a slightly smaller or larger hat, but all baby heads are different anyway. Finished…
Free Hat Knitting Patterns | Handy Little Me
Make a hat with one of these free hat knitting patterns. One of the best things you can make for the colder months is a knitted hat!
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Super Bulky Button Hat
This hat is a great way to feature a very special button from your collection. It is knit with two strands of Malabrigo bulky together to create a super bulky gauge.
Sprout Knitting pattern by Cheryl Niamath
A perfect gift for a baby, this hat is quick to knit, uses only one ball of machine-washable yarn, and has minimal finishing. It also looks really cute on. Instructions for two different types of brim are included. See more See less
Round & Round Baby Hat
I had a very specific hat in mind, and couldn’t find a pattern that matched my idea so I wound up winging it. Some people have asked for the pattern, so here it is :) It hasn’t been test knitted, so please if you find an error let me know.
Free Pattern for child's earflap hat on the midgauge
As you can see, I'm using up a cone of wool for my charity knitting. Here's another really easy midgauge pattern for you. Once again, I hope you donate to the cause of your choice. Machine: LK 150, KX 350, or SR 860 Yarn: Lt worsted abt 3.5 ounces Tension: 5 st x 7 rows at T 7 Sizes: child’s sm (med, lg) Note: when making the ear flaps, don’t wrap the end needles. Unwrap those that wrap ---the yarn will be on top. You will make little holes that aid in folding the doubled flap so that it…