Adorable Knitted Baby Bonnets

 

It’s not the first time I am in awe when looking at knitted bonnets. They are so adorable! Not only do they look good, but also are very useful, because they keep 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 you are making knitted ones, or using crochet hook. It doesn’t mean that they have to be boring, though! Add beautiful combination of stitches or structural cables to make them really unique. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

 

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Pipsy Hollow Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

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

 

DESIGNED by Sheila Toy Stromberg
PROJECT TYPE baby bonnet

CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL upper beginner

Pipsy Hollow Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

 

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Pipsy Hollow Bonnet

 

Cable Baby Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

Adorable cable detail around the trim gives this bonnet a true vintage vibe!

 

DESIGNED by Lara Simonson
PROJECT TYPE baby bonnet

CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL intermediate

 

 

Cable Baby Bonnet Free Knitting Pattern

 

Go to the pattern:

Cable Baby Bonnet

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