Ethan Baby Beanie

Ethan Baby Beanie

Ethan Baby Beanie
Ethan Baby Beanie

"Classic, easy, cozy, and fun – that’s how I described the Ethan Baby Blanket, and I think those words apply just as well to the new matching Ethan Baby Beanie! The Ethan Baby Beanie can be made with leftovers from the Blanket for the perfect gift set. It’s also a great stashbuster! Made from the brim up, you can try it on as you go if needed for a perfect fit. With 3 sizes to choose from, it stands alone just as well for a super quick gift or charity donation this season."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished SizeBaby (up to 14" head circumference); Toddler (up to 16" head circumference); Child (up to 18" head circumference)

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This delightfully chunky beanie worked up in mere minutes! Not everything designed for an infant needs to be dainty. While you could still use traditional pink or blue yarn, I had a bit of thick yarn left over from a scarf project and whipped up this little beanie in no time flat. Im glad there are several sizes because I can see this becoming a favorite.

This free pattern comes in three different sizes baby, toddler, and child. There is also a matching blanket pattern for it too. The pattern for the matching blanket can be found by following this link http// . The beanie is made from the bottom to the top so you can easily adjust it to the perfect size that you would need. The colors are awesome.


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