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Little Bean Baby Bonnet Free Crochet Pattern

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Hi crochet friend!

It sure has been a long time since I’ve posted last! But today I have a great new FREE pattern for you: A Classic Baby Bonnet!

This classic baby girl bonnet is a simple and quick free crochet pattern. It uses the bean stitch and light weight baby yarn like Sweet Delight's Baby Bee.

This Classic Baby Bonnet is a beautiful pattern that incorporates the Bean Stitch. This pattern comes in 0-3 months and 3-6 months sizes, but can also be made as a premie bonnet by going down a hook size for the 0-3 month pattern.

Once I learned this stitch, I fell in love! The texture is just so soft and simple. It made me so happy to imagine a snuggly baby girl wearing this beautiful classic bonnet. I know you’ll love to make it for the sweet baby girl in your life, too!

This classic baby girl bonnet is a simple and quick free crochet pattern. It uses the bean stitch and light weight baby yarn like Sweet Delight's Baby Bee.

Happy Crocheting!

Little Bean Baby Bonnet

For an easy to read, ad-free PDF, buy this pattern!

Materials:

-Light weight baby yarn (I used Baby Bee Sweet Delight in Pink-a-boo)

-4 mm (G) crochet hook

-yarn needle for sewing in ends

Size & Gauge:

0-3 month & 3-6 month sizes

4dc x 3 rounds = 1 inch

Stitches:

Magic Circle

ch – chain

dc – double crochet

sc – single crochet

bean stitch – insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through (2 loops on hook), yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, pull through (4 loops on hook), yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, pull through (6 loops on hook, yarn over, pull through all loops on hook.

sk – skip stitch

sl st – slip stitch

Pattern Notes:

  • This pattern is only free for sizes 0-3 months and 3-6 months, if you’d like to buy all 6 sizes up to 1-2 years, you can get them in my Etsy or Ravelry Shops. 
  • Pay attention to the gauge, because it is very important for the proper fit.
  • Ch 1 DOES NOT count as stitch at beginning of round, but DOES count as stitch when used after sc or bean stitch.
  • Ch 3 will ALWAYS count as a double crochet. 
  • Whenever joining rounds, slip stitch into the 3rd chain of the Ch 3, because Ch 3 is the first stitch of the round.
  • Follow the following guide for how the number of stitches is communicated:
    • The number before the stitch is the amount of times worked in one stitch
    • The number after the stitch is the number of stitches you are to work that specific stitch into.
    • When stitches are surrounded by asterisks (*), you are to repeat what is between the asterisks the amount of times stated.
    • Number in parentheses is the number of stitches in each round. 
    • Eg. “*2sc, sc 4* 6 times, sl st to join. (36)” means “2 single crochets in the first stitch, single crochet once in the next 4 stitches. Repeat this pattern 6 times, slip stitch in first stitch of round to join. (There are 36 stitches in this round.)”

Pattern:

0-3 months:

R1: Working in magic circle, ch 3, dc 11, sl st to join at top of ch 3. (12)

R2: ch 3, dc in same st, 2dc in each st around, sl st to join. (24)

R3: ch 3, 2dc in next st, *dc, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (36)

R4: ch 3, dc, 2dc, *dc 2, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (48)

R5: ch 3, dc 2, 2dc, *dc 3, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (60)

R6: ch 1, *sc, ch 1, sk 1* 27 times, sc, (do not join), turn. (55)

R7: ch 1, “bean stitch in next ch 1 from last round, ch 1* 27 times, sc in last stitch, turn. (55)

R8-22: repeat R6-R7 

R23: repeat R6

R24: sc in each st and ch around, ch 25, sc in 2nd ch from hook and the rest of the 23 remaining chs, sc 1 in the side of each row going down, sc 5, sc in each row going up, ch 25, sc in 2nd ch from hook and the rest of the 23 remaining chs, sl st to join.

Finish off and sew in ends.

3-6 months:

R1: Working in magic circle, ch 3, dc 11, sl st to join at top of ch 3. (12)

R2: ch 3, dc in same st, 2dc in each st around, sl st to join. (24)

R3: ch 3, 2dc in next st, *dc, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (36)

R4: ch 3, dc, 2dc, *dc 2, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (48)

R5: ch 3, dc 2, 2dc, *dc 3, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (60)

R6: ch 3, dc 3, 2dc, *dc 4, 2dc* around, sl st to join. (72)

R7: ch 1, *sc, ch 1, sk 1* 32 times, sc, (do not join), turn. (65)

R8: ch 1, “bean stitch in next ch 1 from last round, ch 1* 32 times, sc in last stitch, turn. (65)

R9-24: repeat R7-R8 

R25: repeat R7

R26: sc in each st and ch around, ch 30, sc in 2nd ch from hook and the rest of the 28 remaining chs, sc 1 in the side of each row going down, sc 7, sc in each row going up, ch 30, sc in 2nd ch from hook and the rest of the 28 remaining chs, sl st to join.

Finish off and sew in ends.

Finish off and sew in ends.

Add a sweater to the set! The Little Bean Baby Cardigan is a perfect match for this sweet baby girl gift. Get the pattern here!

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Little Bean Baby Cardigan

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This classic baby girl bonnet is a simple and quick free crochet pattern. It uses the bean stitch and light weight baby yarn like Sweet Delight's Baby Bee.

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