Ribbon Baby Bonnet

This adorable little hat is here just in time for Easter! Any beginner can knit this, it is super easy. The pattern is sized for a newborn up to 1 year old. A very pretty addition to your little ladies Sunday outfit. Any Aran weight yarn will do, we used Karabella Aurora 8. To print the free pattern, click on the link below. Enjoy!

Ribbon Baby Bonnet

22 thoughts on “Ribbon Baby Bonnet

  1. To open the pattern just click on the red words, “Ribbon Baby Bonnet” below the picture and the pattern will open up. The easiest way to make it bigger, in my opinion, is to use thicker yarn and larger size needles. Then just follow the pattern as is.

  2. I’m so glad knitting is vogue again! Wish this pattern would have been available when my daughter was young. Will make for her kids! Thank you for sharing

  3. Just to say thank you for sharing all the free patterns. I get so happy when I finish a cap or scarf. I now have 5-6 hats for chemo patients. The simple bib has been easy on my 70 yr. fingers. Thank you again!

  4. Tried to download pattern and got the message ”
    adobe Reader blocked for this site.” Help – how can I get a copy of the pattern.

  5. For the first time in a very long time I feel like knitting again, and it’s all due to your web site. Thank you! My granddaughter is expecting a baby girl in Feb. and I want to make her some hats and booties . I am hoping to find directions for the ones I have found that you have posted here. Thank you so much!

  6. Fun, easy, and super cute pattern! Only suggestion is between
    “Continue in this fashion until you are working knit 1, ssk.”

    Do this: Once you get down to 16 stitches on the crown, then SSK until you get to 8 stitches
    It makes a much nicer closure on the top- not quite so many stitches to crank down and not leave a hole.

    I made it in Karabella Aurora 8 colorway #4 and it’s gorgeous! http://www.karabellayarns.com/swatchImage.aspx?sn=4&swatch=dcd64d09-a174-4fbd-8078-38552078813d.jpg

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