30-Minute Beanie


If you have a few spare moments, you have just enough time to whip up this 30-Minute Beanie for babies. This quick and simple crochet pattern is just what all babies need in the fall and winter season. This crochet design uses the seamless method and offers instructions to follow if you're unsure of how to do this. Baby will stay nice and warm while wearing this crocheted hat and he'll be stylish, too. This crochet pattern is easy to make, too, so you could create a new hat in a short time-frame. What's even better is that this cute-as-can-be crochet hat pattern uses less than one skein of yarn, so consider using this pattern the next time you want to make a dent in your yarn stash!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn (blogger recommends cotton or a cotton blend for infant hats)
  • I/9 or 5.5 mm hook
  • Embroidery needle

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This looks like such an easy crochet baby hat. I am looking for easy hats to make for my nephew, who was just born, and my own baby due in May. I cant wait for him or her to arrive, to make a bunch of little baby things! There are so many things you can do to embellish this hat also.

I like this 30-Minute Beanie pattern, it's so easy and quick to make. One can a bunch of these for charity and change the color for boys or girls. There is a link for a nice video to the tutorial for my seamless method. I love leaning new thing that make my work looks so much better. A great way to use up the extra yarn from other projects. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet beanie pattern.

This is one of the projects that kept me sane last year. My husband spent just over a month in the hospital recovering from a cardiac event. I lost count of how many I made. I just stuffed half a dozen skeins upright into my Grab and Go bag so I could just let the yarn feed from the center. I donated the hats to a womens shelter, and Im happy to report my husband is back to his old self again.

Very basic, very easy, doesn't take much yarn, less than a skein, and is cute? Yep, it fills all of my requirements as far as a project. You can add ear flaps, and for girls a cute pompom on top. I made one that looked like a cupcake with a cherry on top!

Love this easy pattern, basic beanie that's great for a boy but you can dress it up with flowers or bows for a girl too! Love the look of the striped hat in the picture as well!

this is my next project

quick and easy to make. Thanks for sharing. Just finished one.

Web site is impossible. Why can you not just print out what you want?

when you say medium weight etc is that 2ply or 4ply wool?

4 ply - it says that in the yarn specifications

i LOVE this beanie and mu time is so limited. My grandson is almost 12 months and little for his age. I thought of adding tie straps but how can I make it larger? Just repeat last few rows more than called for? Could you PLEASE answer me at shadowtree52@gmail.com. Your help n kindness would be VERY kindly appreciated. TY

rosedanker this will help you with that stitch http://www.crochetspot.com/how-to-crochet-front-post-double-crochet-fpdc/

I am in the midst of making a slouchie hat called Sea breeze summer slouch but the bit that I do not understand is round 15 where it says 1 fpdc in dc between clusters. please can you help? Thank you.

rosedanker this will help you with that stitch http://www.crochetspot.com/how-to-crochet-front-post-double-crochet-fpdc/ Read more at http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Baby-Hats/30-Minute-Beanie/ml/1/&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=hookedoncrochet20130917#mBfqdo7KKv1kJxhX.99


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