Crochet Baby Hat Pattern - 30 Minute Newborn Baby Hat Pattern - Quick and Easy Newborn Hat Pattern
This quick and easy Newborn baby hat pattern can be made in as little as 30 minutes (it took me 25 minutes to make one).
Fabulous pattern for those who donate baby hats to hospitals or other charities!
Instructions and pictures on how to add a Slip Stitch Trim if desired.
Can be embellished with buttons or flowers of whatever you come up with!
Pattern is written for Newborn - Drop down one hook size for Preemie.
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This pattern is my original design. Distribution or copying of my pattern is strictly prohibited. Feel free to sell items made from this pattern, but please give credit to my Etsy shop: www.thebabycrow.etsy.com
Oct 19, 2019
Haven't tried it yet but pattern looks great!
Feb 24, 2017
Feb 23, 2017
Have made many of these for the American heart Association....Love it !!!!!
Jan 29, 2017
Easy pattern; well written. Will buy from you again.
Oct 15, 2016
One of the clearest and easiest patterns I have ever read. The finished item is perfect for adding your own twists or leaving plain. Thank you ever so much xxxx
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