Aren’t these adorable? Heidi of Snappy Tots does such fun and colorful projects, doesn’t she? She’s designed these little monkey beanies for a friend who had just become a grandmother to two new twin baby girls.
The hats will go a little quicker for you than single crochet since they’re all half double crochet, but honestly, a teeny tiny baby hat will only set you back an hour or so, I’ll bet.
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This pattern is for a newborn so the hats are fairly small at only 12″ circumference. If you have experience in making hats, though, you should have no problem adjusting the size. It takes about one round to add an inch in circumference to the top of the hat. Here’s a size chart you can use to adjust to the size you need: HERE.
Grab some Red Heart Saver and a crochet hook. You’ll have some fabulous little baby beanies in no time at all!
Pick up your free crochet pattern at Snappy Tots HERE.
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