Baby Claire Beanie- Free Crochet Pattern

Learn how to crochet the cutest baby beanies, sizes 0 months – toddler, in this beginner-friendly, step-by-step tutorial.

Since I released the Claire Bun Beanie as my first crochet pattern back in 2017, I have been getting requests for baby sizes. Well, the time is finally here my friends!

I have adjusted the Claire Bun Beanie pattern to fit baby sizes from 0-3 months all the way up to toddler size!

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Now everyone in your family (and your customer’s families) can have a trendy Claire Bun Beanie for the colder months.

This post may contain affiliate links, meaning I may recieve a small commission from purchases made at no extra cost to you.

You can buy the PDF Bundle Pack here in my Etsy shop if you would prefer an ad-free, printable copy of the pattern. (not available yet)

The pdf pack includes the written instructions for all the Baby Claire Beanies (sizes 0-3 months through toddler) and a quick reference chart printable for when you get more comfortable with the pattern.

I also created a sizing chart for you guys to use in your online shops and at markets. This way your customers can select the size they need based on their baby’s head measurement.

This sizing chart was created with the info I got from The Crochet Crowd

I have lots of other videos and post you might like, related to the Claire Bun Beanie as well… I will list and link them here for you.

HOW TO ATTACH A FAUX FUR POM SO IT’S NOT FLOPPY
HOW TO SEW ON TAGS TO YOUR CROCHET BEANIES
HOW TO CHANGE COLORS AND MAKE A STRIPED CLAIRE BUN BEANIE

Each pattern size comes with a video tutorial and fully-explained written instructions. The original Claire Bun Beanie pattern post has photos if you need them for reference.

All beanie sizes are made basically the same way, the only thing that may vary is hook size and stitch count.

0-3 Month Crochet Baby Beanie

Learn how to crochet the cutest baby beanie in this beginner friendly, step-by-step tutorial.

Fits heads with a 13″-14″ circumference

Finished dimensions 5 1/4″ tall – 6″ wide

Gauge- 15 single crochet stitches by 15 rows gives you a 4″ Square

Materials
Size H 5.0mm Crochet Hook
-1-2oz Worsted Weight Yarn – I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby in the color Cranberry.
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Stitch Key (US Terms)

SC = Single Crochet
CH = Chain
PS = Puff Stitch (explained below)
PSDEC = Puff Stitch Decrease (explained below) BLO = Back Loop Only (explained below)
YO = Yarn Over
INC= Increase (explained below)
SL ST= Slip Stitch 

Puff Stitch 
YO, insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop. Now you have 3 loops on your hook. YO insert hook into the same space and pull up another loop ( 5 loops) repeat two more times (for a total of 4 times) until you have 9 loops on your hook, YO then pull through all loops. Secure with a CH stitch.

Puff Stitch Decrease
YO, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Repeat two more times until you have 7 loops on your hook. YO, Insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop. Repeat two more times until you have 13 loops total on your hook. YO and pull through all 13 loops. Secure with a CH stitch.

Back Loop Only 
When you are looking on top of your work you will see a SC stitch makes a V shape. Put your hook under only the loop furthest away from you, and make your SC there. Instead of under both loops with a normal SC. If you are still having trouble with this stitch you can search Youtube for “single crochet back loop only” and you will see lots of tutorials.

Increase 
Put two stitches in the same space. In this case, it will be two SC stitches.

0-3 Month Baby Claire Beanie

Brim 
Make a slip knot and CH 8

Row 1: skip the chain closest to your hook and SC in the next 7 stitches. CH 1 and turn work.

Tip: Be careful not to make your CH 1’s at the end of each row too tight. This will affect the overall fit of your beanie.

Row 2-36: SCBLO in next 7 stitches. CH 1, turn.
GAUGE: Brim should be about 10.5″ unstretched and stretch to 15″

* this is a hard measurement to go by since the brim is made with the BLO stitch and is super stretchy. I could stretch and measure my brim 3 times and get 3 different “unstretched” lengths. Just keep that in mind)

Tip: When you stretch your brim if it feels like it is being restricted you may have made your chain 1’s too tight after rows 1-36.

This will create the brim of your beanie. Now its time to join to the beginning of the brim so your work creates a circle.

After finishing row 36 still do your CH and turn as normal. Fold the band in half, with the RS facing together.

Working through both loops on each end of the band, SL ST to join. CH 1, turn band right side out and turn your work 90 degrees to start working on the hat body. (7 SL STs, ch 1)

Please refer to the video above if you are having issues.

Body

Row 1: SC 41 stitches around the brim by evenly spacing them out. You will need to make 5 increases along this row. Just space them out so they’re not all next to each other.

Since you are working along the raw side of your brim you will need to make your own places to put your stitches. Join back into your first SC, then CH up 1. (41)

Row 2: PS in the same space as the CH 1 (Don’t forget the CH for securing your puff stitch after you complete each one) Skip the next stitch, PS in the next stitch.

Continue around until you have 21 PS total. Join into the top of your first PS and CH 1. (21)

Row 3: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 2. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 2 until you have 21 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (21)

Row 4: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (21)

Row 5: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 4. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 4 until you have 21 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (21)

Row 6: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. *PS in the next 3 CH 1 gaps then another PSDEC.* Repeat from * around ending with an extra PS. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (17)

Row 7: PS in the gap created by your CH 1 after your first PSDEC in Row 6. PSDEC over the next two CH 1 spaces. *PS in the next 2 CH 1 gaps then another PSDEC.* Repeat from * around ending with PS, PS. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (13)

Row 8: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. *PS in the next CH 1 gap then another PSDEC.* Repeat from * around ending with an extra PS. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (9)

Row 9: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PSDEC all the way around ending with an extra PS. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (5)

Row 10: SC in each stitch around. (10)

Tip: Be sure to put your single crochet stitches INTO the chain spaces from row 9 and not just UNDER the chain itself.

Cut your yarn, leaving a long tail (8-10 inches) for sewing in.

Thread your tail onto your tapestry needle and close up your hole. I use the magic close method and really like it. (as shown in video)

Sew in your first tail and you beanie is finished!

Pro Tip: Add a faux fur pom or a custom tag to really give your beanie a finished look.

3-6 Months Crochet Baby Beanie

Learn how to crochet the cutest baby beanie in this beginner friendly, step-by-step tutorial.

Fits heads with a 14″-15″ circumference

Finished dimensions 5 3/4″ tall – 6.5” wide

Gauge- 15 single crochet stitches by 15 rows gives you a 4″ square

Materials
Size H 5.0mm Crochet Hook
-1-2oz Worsted Weight Yarn – I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby in the color Cranberry.
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

3-6 Month Baby Crochet Beanie

Brim 
Make a slip knot and CH 9

Row 1: skip the chain closest to your hook and SC in the next 8 stitches. CH 1 and turn work.

Tip: Be careful not to make your CH 1’s at the end of each row too tight. This will affect the overall fit of your beanie.

Row 2-38: SCBLO in next 8 stitches. CH 1, turn.
GAUGE: Brim should be about 10.5″ unstretched and stretch to 16″

* this is a hard measurement to go by since the brim is made with the BLO stitch and is super stretchy. I could stretch and measure my brim 3 times and get 3 different “unstretched” lengths. Just keep that in mind)

Tip: When you stretch your brim if it feels like it is being restricted you may have made your chain 1’s too tight after rows 1-38.

This will create the brim of your beanie. Now its time to join to the beginning of the brim so your work creates a circle.

After finishing row 38 still do your CH and turn as normal. Fold the band in half, with the RS facing together.

Working through both loops on each end of the band, SL ST to join. CH 1, turn band right side out and turn your work 90 degrees to start working on the hat body. (8 SL STs, ch 1)

Please refer to the video above if you are having issues.

Body

Row 1: SC 43 stitches around the brim by evenly spacing them out. You will need to make 5 increases along this row. Just space them out so they’re not all next to each other.

Since you are working along the raw side of your brim you will need to make your own places to put your stitches. Join back into your first SC, then CH up 1. (43)

Row 2: PS in the same space as the CH 1 (Don’t forget the CH for securing your puff stitch after you complete each one) Skip the next stitch, PS in the next stitch.

Continue around until you have 22 PS total. Join into the top of your first PS and CH 1. (22)

Row 3: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 2. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 2 until you have 22 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (22)

Row 4: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (22)

Row 5: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 4. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 4 until you have 22 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (22)

Row 6: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (22)

Row 7: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 6. *PDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps. PS in the next 3 CH 1 gaps*. Repeat that all the way around.

You will end with 4 PS because there aren’t enough spaces for one more PSDEC. (18)

Row 8: PS 3, putting the first on in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. *PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps. PS in the next 2 CH 1 gaps*. Repeat that all the way around.

You will end by leaving off one PS for a total of 14 PS in the row (14)

Row 9: *PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 8. PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps.* Repeat that all the way around ending with one extra PS. (10)

Row 10: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PSDEC all the way around. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (5)

Row 11: SC in each stitch around. (10)

Tip: Be sure to put your single crochet stitches INTO the chain spaces from row 9 and not just UNDER the chain itself.

Cut your yarn, leaving a long tail (8-10 inches) for sewing in.

Thread your tail onto your tapestry needle and close up your hole. I use the magic close method and really like it. (as shown in video)

Sew in your first tail and you beanie is finished!

Pro Tip: Add a faux fur pom or a custom tag to really give your beanie a finished look.

6-12 Months Crochet Baby Beanie

6-12 Month Crochet Baby Beanie

Fits heads with a 16″-17″ circumference

Finished dimensions 6.5 ” tall – 7.5” wide

Gauge- 14 single crochet stitches by 14 rows is a 4inch square

Materials (with affiliate links)
Size I 5.5mm Crochet Hook
-2-3oz Worsted Weight Yarn – I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby in the color Terra Cotta.
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Stitch Key (US Terms)

SC = Single Crochet
CH = Chain
PS = Puff Stitch (explained below)
PSDEC = Puff Stitch Decrease (explained below) BLO = Back Loop Only (explained below)
YO = Yarn Over
INC= Increase (explained below)
SL ST= Slip Stitch 

Puff Stitch 
YO, insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop. Now you have 3 loops on your hook. YO insert hook into the same space and pull up another loop ( 5 loops) repeat two more times (for a total of 4 times) until you have 9 loops on your hook, YO then pull through all loops. Secure with a CH stitch.

Puff Stitch Decrease
YO, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Repeat two more times until you have 7 loops on your hook. YO, Insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop. Repeat two more times until you have 13 loops total on your hook. YO and pull through all 13 loops. Secure with a CH stitch.

Back Loop Only 
When you are looking on top of your work you will see a SC stitch makes a V shape. Put your hook under only the loop furthest away from you, and make your SC there. Instead of under both loops with a normal SC. If you are still having trouble with this stitch you can search Youtube for “single crochet back loop only” and you will see lots of tutorials.

Increase 
Put two stitches in the same space. In this case it will be two SC stitches.

6-12 Months Baby Claire Beanie

Brim 
Make a slip knot and CH 9

Row 1: skip the chain closest to your hook and SC in the next 8 stitches. CH 1 and turn work. 

Tip: Be careful not to make your CH 1’s at the end of each row too tight. This will affect the overall fit of your beanie.

Row 2-40: SCBLO in next 8 stitches. CH 1, turn.
GAUGE: Brim should be about 13.5″ unstretched and stretch to 19″ 

* this is a hard measurement to go by since the brim is made with the BLO stitch and is super stretchy. I could stretch and measure my brim 3 times and get 3 different “unstretched” lengths. Just keep that in mind)

Tip: When you stretch your brim if it feels like it is being restricted you may have made your chain 1’s too tight after rows 1-40. 

This will create the brim of your beanie. Now its time to join to the beginning of the brim so your work creates a circle.

After finishing row 40 still do your CH and turn as normal. Fold the band in half, with the RS facing together.

Working through both loops on each end of the band, SL ST to join. CH 1, turn band right side out and turn your work 90 degrees to start working on the hat body. (8 SL STs, ch 1)

Please refer to the video above if you are having issues. 

Body

Row 1: SC 45 stitches around the brim by evenly spacing them out. You will need to make 5 increases along this row. Just space them out so they’re not all next to each other. 

Since you are working along the raw side of your brim you will need to make your own places to put your stitches. Join back into your first SC, then CH up 1. (45)

Row 2: PS in the same space as the CH 1 (Don’t forget the CH for securing your puff stitch after you complete each one) Skip the next stitch, PS in the next stitch. 

Continue around until you have 23 PS total. Join into the top of your first PS and CH 1. (23)

Row 3: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 2. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 2 until you have 23 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (23)

Row 4: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (23)

Row 5: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 4. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 4 until you have 23 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (23)

Row 6: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (23)

Row 7: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 6. *PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps. PS in the next 3 CH 1 gaps*. Repeat that all the way around. 

You will end with a PSDEC (18)

Row 8: PS 3, putting the first on in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. *PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps. PS in the next 2 CH 1 gaps*. Repeat that all the way around.

You will end by leaving off one PS for a total of 14 PS in the row (14)

Row 9: *PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 8. PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps.* Repeat that all the way around ending with one extra PS. (10)

Row 10: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PSDEC all the way around. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (5)

Row 11: SC in each stitch around. (10)

Tip: Be sure to put your single crochet stitches INTO the chain spaces from row 9 and not just UNDER the chain itself. 

Cut your yarn, leaving a long tail (approx 12 inches) for sewing in.

Thread your tail onto your tapestry needle and close up your hole. I use the magic close method and really like it. (as shown in video) 

Sew in your first tail and you beanie is finished! 

Pro Tip: Add a faux fur pom or a custom tag to really give your beanie a finished look.

12-24 Months Crochet Baby Beanie

12-24 Month Crochet Baby Beanie

Fits heads with a 17″-18″ circumference

Finished dimensions 6.75 ” tall – 7.5” wide

Gauge- 14 single crochet stitches by 14 rows is a 4inch square

Materials (with affiliate links)
Size I 5.5mm Crochet Hook
-2-3oz Worsted Weight Yarn – I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby in the color Terra Cotta.
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Stitch Key (US Terms)

SC = Single Crochet
CH = Chain
PS = Puff Stitch (explained below)
PSDEC = Puff Stitch Decrease (explained below) BLO = Back Loop Only (explained below)
YO = Yarn Over
INC= Increase (explained below)
SL ST= Slip Stitch 

Puff Stitch 
YO, insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop. Now you have 3 loops on your hook. YO insert hook into the same space and pull up another loop ( 5 loops) repeat two more times (for a total of 4 times) until you have 9 loops on your hook, YO then pull through all loops. Secure with a CH stitch.

Puff Stitch Decrease
YO, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Repeat two more times until you have 7 loops on your hook. YO, Insert hook into next stitch and pull up a loop. Repeat two more times until you have 13 loops total on your hook. YO and pull through all 13 loops. Secure with a CH stitch.

Back Loop Only 
When you are looking on top of your work you will see a SC stitch makes a V shape. Put your hook under only the loop furthest away from you, and make your SC there. Instead of under both loops with a normal SC. If you are still having trouble with this stitch you can search Youtube for “single crochet back loop only” and you will see lots of tutorials.

Increase 
Put two stitches in the same space. In this case it will be two SC stitches.

12-24 Months Baby Claire Beanie

Brim 
Make a slip knot and CH 9

Row 1: skip the chain closest to your hook and SC in the next 8 stitches. CH 1 and turn work. 

Tip: Be careful not to make your CH 1’s at the end of each row too tight. This will affect the overall fit of your beanie.

Row 2-42: SCBLO in next 8 stitches. CH 1, turn.
GAUGE: Brim should be about 13.75″ unstretched and stretch to 19.5 (Maybe more like 20″)” 

* this is a hard measurement to go by since the brim is made with the BLO stitch and is super stretchy. I could stretch and measure my brim 3 times and get 3 different “unstretched” lengths. Just keep that in mind)

Tip: When you stretch your brim if it feels like it is being restricted you may have made your chain 1’s too tight after rows 1-42. 

This will create the brim of your beanie. Now its time to join to the beginning of the brim so your work creates a circle.

After finishing row 42 still do your CH and turn as normal. Fold the band in half, with the RS facing together.

Working through both loops on each end of the band, SL ST to join. CH 1, turn band right side out and turn your work 90 degrees to start working on the hat body. (8 SL STs, ch 1)

Please refer to the video above if you are having issues. 

Body

Row 1: SC 47 stitches around the brim by evenly spacing them out. You will need to make 5 increases along this row. Just space them out so they’re not all next to each other. 

Since you are working along the raw side of your brim you will need to make your own places to put your stitches. Join back into your first SC, then CH up 1. (47)

Row 2: PS in the same space as the CH 1 (Don’t forget the CH for securing your puff stitch after you complete each one) Skip the next stitch, PS in the next stitch. 

Continue around until you have 24 PS total. Join into the top of your first PS and CH 1. (24)

Row 3: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 2. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 2 until you have 24 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (24)

Row 4: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (24)

Row 5: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 4. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 4 until you have 24 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (24)

Row 6: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (24)

Row 7: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 6. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 4 until you have 24 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (24)

Row 8:  PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. *PS in the next 3 CH 1 gaps then another PSDEC.* Repeat from * around ending with only 2 PS and leaving off the third one. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (19)

Row 9: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 8. *PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps. PS in the next 2 CH 1 gaps* Repeat that all the way around ending with 2 extra PS (so dec, ps, ps, ps, ps). (15)

Row 10: *PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PS in the next CH 1 gap* Repeat from * around ending on a PS. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (10)

Row 11: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PSDEC all the way around. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (5)

Row 12: SC in each stitch around. (10)

Tip: Be sure to put your single crochet stitches INTO the chain spaces from row 11 and not just UNDER the chain itself. 

Cut your yarn, leaving a long tail (approx. 12 inches) for sewing in.

Thread your tail onto your tapestry needle and close up your hole. I use the magic close method and really like it. (as shown in video) 

Sew in your first tail and you beanie is finished! 

Pro Tip: Add a faux fur pom or a custom tag to really give your beanie a finished look.

Toddler Size Crochet Baby Beanie

Fits heads with an 18″-19″ circumference

Finished dimensions 7″ tall – 8″ wide

Gauge- 14 single crochet stitches by 14 rows is a 4inch square

Materials (with affiliate links)
Size I 5.5 mm Crochet Hook
-3oz Worsted Weight Yarn – I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby in the color Terra Cotta.
Scissors
Tapestry Needle

Toddler Baby Claire Beanie

Brim 
Make a slip knot and CH 10

Row 1: skip the chain closest to your hook and SC in the next 9 stitches. CH 1 and turn work. 

Tip: Be careful not to make your CH 1’s at the end of each row too tight. This will affect the overall fit of your beanie.

Row 2-44: SCBLO in next 9 stitches. CH 1, turn.
GAUGE: Brim should be about 14″ unstretched and stretch to 20″

* this is a hard measurement to go by since the brim is made with the BLO stitch and is super stretchy. I could stretch and measure my brim 3 times and get 3 different “unstretched” lengths. Just keep that in mind)

Tip: When you stretch your brim if it feels like it is being restricted you may have made your chain 1’s too tight after rows 1-44. 

This will create the brim of your beanie. Now its time to join to the beginning of the brim so your work creates a circle.

After finishing row 44 still do your CH and turn as normal. Fold the band in half, with the RS facing together.

Working through both loops on each end of the band, SL ST to join. CH 1, turn band right side out and turn your work 90 degrees to start working on the hat body. (9 SL STs, ch 1)

Please refer to the video above if you are having issues. 

Body

Row 1: SC 49 stitches around the brim by evenly spacing them out. You will need to make 5 increases along this row. Just space them out so they’re not all next to each other. 

Since you are working along the raw side of your brim you will need to make your own places to put your stitches. Join back into your first SC, then CH up 1. (49)

Row 2: PS in the same space as the CH 1 (Don’t forget the CH for securing your puff stitch after you complete each one) Skip the next stitch, PS in the next stitch. 

Continue around until you have 25 PS total. Join into the top of your first PS and CH 1. (25)

Row 3: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 2. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 2 until you have 25PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (25)

Row 4: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (25)

Row 5: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 4. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 4 until you have 25 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (25)

Row 6: PS around starting in the space RIGHT next to your CH 1. Join back into your first PS, CH 1. (25)

Row 7: PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 6. Continue putting a PS in CH 1 space from Row 6 until you have 25 PS. Join into the top of your first PS. CH 1. (25)

Row 8: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. *PS in the next 3 CH 1 gaps then another PSDEC.* Repeat from * around (20)

Row 9:  PS in the first CH 1 space that was created after securing your PS in Row 8. *PSDEC over the next two CH 1 gaps. PS in the next 2 CH 1 gaps* Repeat that all the way around leaving off the last PS (So you will end with PSDEC, PS then join) (15)

Row 10: *PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PS in the next CH 1 gap* Repeat from * around ending on a PS. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (10)

Row 11: PSDEC over the first two CH 1 spaces. PSDEC all the way around. Join into your first PS, CH 1 (5)

Row 12: SC in each stitch around. (10)

Tip: Be sure to put your single crochet stitches INTO the chain spaces from row 9 and not just UNDER the chain itself. 

Cut your yarn, leaving a long tail (approx. 12 inches) for sewing in.

Thread your tail onto your tapestry needle and close up your hole. I use the magic close method and really like it. (as shown in video) 

Sew in your first tail and you beanie is finished! 

Pro Tip: Add a faux fur pom or a custom tag to really give your beanie a finished look.

And that completes all our Baby Claire Beanie sizes!! I hope you guys love all these wittle beanies and they sell super well for you this beanie season! Feel free to play around with color combos, different kinds of poms or even make a striped Baby Claire Beanie!

Feel free to tag me on social media if you share any pics of your beanies @ACraftyConcept and I’ve recently noticed a lot of people using the hashtag #ACraftyConceptPatterns and I kind of love it!!

Happy Crocheting
❤️Ashley

©PATTERN COPYRIGHT
Please do not copy, redistribute or sell my pattern in any way. You are more than welcome to sell your finished Baby Claire Beanie. I hope they are a very hot item for you!! I just ask that you please credit me for the pattern so other makers can find me as well. You may not use my pictures and pass them off as your own for they are my property. Thank you for your understanding.


 


40 thoughts on “Baby Claire Beanie- Free Crochet Pattern

  1. Alyson says:

    Did I miss the toddler size? Or maybe I misunderstood and 12-24 month is the largest size? I’ve been refreshing for the past day!

  2. Rikki says:

    Ashley, you are amazing!!! Thank you for sharing these. I currently have these on my hooks for some babies in the Bahamas that were affected by Hurricane Dorian </3

  3. Hannele Stevens says:

    I have this BEAUTIFUL yarn that I want to use to make one of these. However it’s a 3 DK weight not a 4 Worsted weight. How would you suggest I alter the pattern?

    • Ashley says:

      Humm I havent tried that yet. I would check your gauge and see how much difference there is in the yarns then go from there. If its way smaller maybe make the size a couple sizes bigger than the one you want… i

  4. Natalia Walsh says:

    I love this pattern and thank you for sharing it with us! I just wanted to make sure on the pattern for 0-3 months, should row 7 end in two PS not a final PSDEC on the above written pattern?

  5. Kimberly says:

    The newborn size gauge seems accurate, but I started a toddler size and it’s just not big enough. Using same weight yarn and recommended hook size (I 5.5mm). My 2.5 y/o daughters head is 21″ and there is no way that 44 rows will stretch and I’ve even tried 50 rows…still too small. Frustrated because I have to make a toddler and grandma matching hat set for a client and was hoping to use this pattern. Any advice?

  6. Heather K says:

    These are the cutest and you’ve made this so easy to follow along! Thank you so much!

    Is there any chance you will be making a video to do an adult beanie?

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