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Quick Fuzzy Pixie Bonnet

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Hi crochet friend!

Baby bonnets are some of my favorite crochet items out there. The fact that I have never designed one is just inexcusable! So today, I want to give you the quickest and easiest crochet baby bonnet pattern out there.

The Fuzzy Pixie Bonnet can be made so quickly and is very beginner friendly. I had so much fun making it!

The design came to me after I designed the Fuzzy Baby Blanket. I didn’t have a ton of yarn left, but knew I could make something with it. I realized pretty quickly that I could make a very quick and easy pixie bonnet!

Now, after I designed this, I made about 15 of them to sell at a local craft fair. 3 weeks later, I find out that said craft fair had been cancelled. Thanks a lot, COVID! Oh well! Now I have lots to give to the beautiful babies my friends have!

So pick up a couple skeins of Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn in Raspberry Kisses, and make this beautiful bonnet with a nice big Fuzzy Baby Blanket to go with it!

And until next time, Happy Crocheting!

The Chunky Fuzzy Pixie Bonnet is an easy beginner crochet pattern for free! It is the perfect gift for a baby shower with little time. Yarn used for pattern is Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn.

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Fuzzy Pixie Bonnet

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Materials:

-Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn in Raspberry Kisses

-10mm (N) crochet hook

-Tapestry needle

Sizes:

Newborn: 5.5 inches x 5.25 inches

0-3 months: 6 inches x 5.5 inches

3-6 months: 6.25 inches x 5.75 inches

6-9 months: 6.75 inches x 6.25 inches

9-12 months: 7 inches x 6.75 inches

Gauge: 

9sc x 8 rows = 4 inch square

Stitches:

ch – chain

fch – foundation chain

sc – single crochet

st(s) – stitch(es)

Pattern Notes:

  • Chain 1 at the beginning of each row will NEVER count as a stitch, but only a turning chain.
  • I highly recommend using the single crochet foundation chain rather than a starting chain with single crochets worked into it, though either way will work fine.

Pattern:

Newborn bonnet (5.5 inches wide, 5.25 inches tall)

Row 1: Fch 19 sc (or ch 20, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across), turn.

Rows 2-10: ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.

  • Finish off, leaving a long tail.
  • Fold bonnet in half, so the ends of each row are touching. 
  • Sew stitches from last row together, sew in ends.
  • Using new yarn, ch 25, finish off and weave through first row of stitches. 
    • This chain will be weaved through the top front of the bonnet.                         

0-3 months bonnet (6 inches wide, 5.5 inches tall)

Row 1: Fch 21 sc (or ch 22, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across), turn.

Rows 2-11: ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.

  • Finish off, leaving a long tail.
  • Fold bonnet in half, so the ends of each row are touching. 
  • Sew stitches from last row together, sew in ends.
  • Using new yarn, ch 27, finish off and weave through first row of stitches. 
    • This chain will be weaved through the top front of the bonnet.   

3-6 months bonnet (6.25 inches wide, 5.75 inches tall)

Row 1: Fch 22 sc (or ch 23, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across), turn.

Rows 2-12: ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.

  • Finish off, leaving a long tail.
  • Fold bonnet in half, so the ends of each row are touching. 
  • Sew stitches from last row together, sew in ends.
  • Using new yarn, ch 28, finish off and weave through first row of stitches. 
    • This chain will be weaved through the top front of the bonnet.   

6-9 months bonnet (6.75 inches wide, 6.25 inches tall)

Row 1: Fch 23 sc (or ch 24, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across), turn.

Rows 2-13: ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.

  • Finish off, leaving a long tail.
  • Fold bonnet in half, so the ends of each row are touching. 
  • Sew stitches from last row together, sew in ends.
  • Using new yarn, ch 30, finish off and weave through first row of stitches. 
    • This chain will be weaved through the top front of the bonnet.   

9-12 months bonnet (7 inches wide, 6.75 inches tall)

Row 1: Fch 24 sc (or ch 25, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across), turn.

Rows 2-15: ch 1, sc in each st across, turn.

  • Finish off, leaving a long tail.
  • Fold bonnet in half, so the ends of each row are touching. 
  • Sew stitches from last row together, sew in ends.
  • Using new yarn, ch 32, finish off and weave through first row of stitches. 
    • This chain will be weaved through the top front of the bonnet.   

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*Feel free to sell any products you make with my patterns, but please link back to this pattern if selling online. See my Privacy page for more information. Thank you!*

*This post contains affiliate links. Any purchases made through these links grant me a small commission at no extra cost to you, but goes to support Cute & Cozy Crochet.*

*Feel free to sell any products you make with my patterns, but please link back to this pattern if selling online. See my Privacy page for more information. Thank you!*

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