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Baby Santa Hat Crochet Pattern

Christmas hats for babies have never been more adorable.

Santa Hat for Baby
Santa Hat for Baby
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Celebrate baby's first Christmas with this Baby Santa Hat pattern. Able to fit babies up to 6 months old, this sweet crocheted hat is the perfect way to celebrate Baby's first Christmas.

Easy to make and cozy, this crochet baby Santa hat is also the perfect addition to your family photos at Christmastime.

Get started on this adorable crocheted Santa hat today so it's ready to use when December rolls around!  When your baby outgrows the hat, you could use it to top a mini Christmas tree or wrap up a gift inside the could even turn it into an adorable hat for a little dog or cat!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeIn single crochet, 16 sts and 16 rounds = 4"/10 cm, using MC

Finished SizeOne size to fit baby size newborn to 6 months. Hat measures approximately 12"/30.5 cm in circumference by 7 1/2″/19 cm long

Materials List

  • 1 skein Caron International's Simply Soft (100% acrylic; 6 oz/170 g, 315 yds/288 m skein) yarn in Red (MC)
  • 1 skein Caron International's Bliss (60% acrylic, 40% nylon; 1.76 oz/50 g, 82 yds/75 m ball) yarn in Snow (CC)
  • US I/9 (5.5 mm), crochet hook or size to obtain gauge
  • Split ring stitch marker, or piece of contrasting yarn
  • Yarn needle
  • Pompon Maker, or 1″ piece of cardboard (optional)



  1. Hat is worked from top down in continuous rounds, without joining.

  2. Place a marker (pm) for beginning of round; move marker up each round.

  3. Each increase row adds 6 sts to the circumference; for a larger hat, work 1 (2) additional increase rows for a hat that measures approximately 13 1/2 (15)" in circumference—54 (60) sc.


Using MC, chain 2.

  1. Round 1: Work 6 sc in second ch from hook—6 sc.

  2. Round 2: Pm for beginning of round; work 2 sc in each sc around—12 sc.

  3. Rounds 3 and 4: Work even, (sc in each sc around).

  4. Round 5: * Sc in next sc, work 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around—18 sc.

  5. Rounds 6 and 7: Work even.

  6. Round 8: * Sc in next 2 sc, work 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around—24 sc.

  7. Rounds 9 and 10: Work even.

  8. Round 11: * Sc in next 3 sc, work 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around—30 sc.

  9. Rounds 12 – 15: Work even.

  10. Round 16: * Sc in next 4 sc, work 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around—36 sc.

  11. Rounds 17 – 19: Work even.

  12. Round 20: * Sc in next 5 sc, work 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around—42 sc.

  13. Rounds 21 and 22: Work even.

  14. Round 23: * Sc in next 6 sc, work 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around—48 sc.

  15. Round 24 – 26: Work even.

  16. Fasten off MC; join CC with slip st in any sc.

  17. Rounds 27 – 30: Continuing in sc, work even.

  18. After working Round 30, join with a slip st to first st.

  19. Fasten off.


  1. Using yarn needle, weave in ends.

  2. Using Pompon maker or a piece of cardboard and CC, make a 1" pompon. Attach pompon to point at top of Hat, then bring pompon forward, bending tip of Hat.

  3. Using yarn needle threaded with MC, sew point of Hat to Round 10.

Stitches Used:

Chain (ch)
Begin by making a slip knot on your hook. * Wrap the yarn around the hook (yarn over) and pull up a loop, [draw the yarn through the loop on the hook to form the first chain]. Repeat from * for number of chains required. Note: The loop on the hook is not included when counting the number of chains.
Single crochet (sc)
Insert hook in stitch indicated, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and draw through both loops on hook.
Slip stitch (slip st)
Insert hook in the stitch indicated, yarn over and draw through both the stitch and the loop on the hook.

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Hi, I would like to make this hat, but am confused...When you say 1. Using MC (magic circle), chain 2. Do you imediately start Round one from there? Help! lol Do you ch 2 and then do the 6 sc ? Usually when I use this technique, you ch1, and work a st inside the MC. I need to finish this project as I have to mail it! Thank you for your help!

Hi tkpeavy 5658497! I would recommend asking our active Facebook community this question. Maybe one of them has made this pattern! Unfortunately I have not made this pattenr, so I'm not sure. Hope that helps! Kaylee, Editor of

Thank you for the patterns

When you are finishing with the MC, how do you fasten off the color? The hat has been very easy to work up to this point. I'm sorry if this is an easy thing to do, I am new to crochet and am teaching myself. Also, when making it a larger size, how many rows should be worked evenly? I will be increasing to fit a 19in head. Thank you for your help in advance. Super cute hat by the way!


Thanks for the all the free patterns. I will make several of these for my local charity shop.


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