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Baby Pumpkin Crochet Beanie Pattern

This crochet pumpkin hat is insanely precious.

By: Danyel Pink from danyelpinkdesigns.com
Baby Pumpkin Crochet Beanie Pattern
This image courtesy of danyelpinkdesigns.blogspot.com

Dress your little one up this Halloween by crocheting a pumpkin beanie. This is for the newborns zero to three months old. It makes for a great gift if you know someone who is expecting around Halloween. This free crochet pattern is a breeze to make and will protect your little goblin's head from the autumn chill. Every baby deserves to look its best this Halloween, and even if he or she is too young to be in costume, this crochet pumpkin beanie will be an adorable topper to any orange outfit.

This is the perfect crochet hat pattern to make for a newborn so they're warm and toasty in the fall. It doesn't get much cuter than a pumpkin craft designed to keep your baby or grandbaby's head warm all season long. Not only will they look adorable in this free crochet hat pattern, they'll be the most fashionable baby on the block.

Finished SizeNewborn (0-3 months)

Instructions:

Beanie

Using orange, ch 25.

  1. Row 1: hdc in BL of 3rd ch from hook, and in each st across, ch 2, turn. (23 hdc)

  2. Rows 2-23: hdc in BL of each st across, ch 2, turn.

  3. Row 24: hdc in BL of each st across, ch 1, turn.

  4. Joining both ends, sl st down entire length of hat through both sides, fasten off and weave in ends.

Stem

  1. Using green yarn, join with sc at top of hat near back seam.

  2. Sc evenly around (about 24 sc), do not join. When you arrive back at your 1st sc, begin sc2tog continuously around, until 4-5 stitches remain.

  3. Now, sc in each st around for about 6 rounds so that you create a 1-1 ½” stem. Fasten off, tuck tail inside hat, and weave in ends.

Vine

  1. Using green, ch 20.

  2. Work 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ST to end. Fasten off.

  3. Using starting and ending tails, tie the vine between any 2 stitches on stem. See photo for suggested placement.

Notes:

  1. Crochet leaf instead of vine.

  2. Use red yarn to make an apple, blue yarn for a blueberry, etc.

Abbreviations

BL
back loop
CH
chain
HDC
half double crochet
SC
single crochet
SC2TOG
single crochet 2 together (decrease)
SL ST
slip stitch
ST
stitch

What other fun baby hat patterns would you like to see?

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