Adorable Knitted Baby Bonnets

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Adorable Knitted Baby Bonnets
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It’s not the first time I have been in awe when looking at knitted baby bonnets. They are so adorable! Not only do they look good, but they also are very useful because they keep the baby cosy and warm during stroller walks. Bonnets are a little bit different than classic hats because they have this vintage vibe to them 🙂

The construction of this hat is a little bit unusual – you can tie it under the chin. Bonnets are quite easy to make, either by making knitted ones or using a crochet hook. It doesn’t mean that they have to be boring, though! Add a beautiful combination of stitches or structural cables to make them really unique.

Take a look at the examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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1. Pipsy Hollow Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

This easy-to-make knitted baby bonnet works up fast thanks to bulky yarn. It’s cosy, and perfect for fall and winter!

  • DESIGNED by Sheila Toy Stromberg
  • PROJECT TYPE baby bonnet
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner
Pipsy Hollow baby Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

Photo by Sheila Toy Stromberg / sheilatoystromberg.com

Find the original free pattern on sheilatoystromberg.com.

2. Cable Baby Bonnet

Adorable cable detail around the trim gives this bonnet a true vintage vibe! It’s one of the most adorable knitted baby bonnets I’ve ever seen. I hope you’ll love this free knitting pattern also.

  • DESIGNED by Lara Simonson
  • PROJECT TYPE baby bonnet
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL intermediate
Cable Baby Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

Photo by Lara Simonson / lovecrafts.com

Find the original free pattern on lovecrafts.com.

3. Fruity Baby Bonnet

Pretty and textured, this knit bonnet is a must for a baby’s wardrobe. These hats are known for being both comfortable to wear and easy to make. If you know the basics of knitting, there is nothing complicated about this project. Instead, you will get a quality piece that will last. The pattern comes with a video tutorial on YouTube.

  • DESIGNED by Annanitato Lolo
  • PROJECT TYPE baby hats
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures of a baby wearing knitted baby bonnets.

Photos by Annanitato Lolo / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on crazyhands.net, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Baby Bonnet

An easy to knit hat for absolute beginners. If you want to make something for your baby with your own hands, this project is a good idea. The pattern is based on three simple stitches that anyone can learn in no time. You will use knit, purl, and knit two stitches together. Check out the other supplies you’ll need before you start, and don’t be afraid to try!

  • DESIGNED by Quiet Life Farm
  • PROJECT TYPE baby hats
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures of a blue knitted hat hanging on a yellow door, showcasing stylish knitted baby bonnets.

Photos by Quiet Life Farm / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on quietlifefarm.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

5. Isobel Bonnet

A quick baby bonnet with a classic design. There’s nothing fussy about this project: high-quality yarn, easy stitches, and, as a result – a comfortable knit baby bonnet. This pattern uses twisted stitches, which are interesting to work with, and create tiny cables. Consider this project to bring a bit of comfort to your little one right now. 

  • DESIGNED by Jule Kebelmann
  • PROJECT TYPE baby bonnets
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures of a doll wearing a knitted bonnet.

Photos by Jule Kebelmann / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. X-O Baby Bonnet & Booties

A comfortable set of knitted baby bonnet and booties. Both items are simple enough, but it will be easier for you if you’ve got enough skills. If you’re looking for a comfortable baby outfit that matches, you should try this project. Plus, the small size means it’s quick to complete and doesn’t require much effort. Follow the steps to finish it in a couple of evenings.

  • DESIGNED by Sandi Rosner
  • PROJECT TYPE baby bonnets
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures of knitted baby booties and a hat.

Photos by Knit Picks / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on knitpicks.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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