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Baby Hat Knitting Patterns


One of the more interesting facts about babies is that they come in all shapes and sizes, and because of
this getting clothing to fit properly can be an issue at times. One solution to this dilemma is to make a few pretty hats from the various free knitting patterns that are available online - the number of patterns are seemingly endless and some of the designs are simply spectacular. One major benefit of using free knitting patterns for baby hats is that in most instances they can be altered to fit the exact dimensions of a given baby, by adding a few stitches here or removing a few stitches there.


Santa Hat For Babies - This is a wonderful pattern for a Christmas hat for babies, found at http://knittingonthenet.com/patterns/holsantahat2.htm

Viking Hat - This one is guaranteed to make you laugh - it's worth making just for the photo opportunities it will create, found at http://chileconyarne.com/freebies/viking-hat

Puffin Munchkin Baby Hat - This looks to be straight out of the "Wizard of Oz" available at http://www.straw.com/cpy/patterns/baby-child/puffin-munchkin-hat.html

Little Monster Baby Hat - At http://greenraspberry.blogspot.com/2007/10/little-monster-baby-hat.html you can get a unique baby hat pattern that has these....little things???... on top.

Cupcake Baby Hat - This is an adorable knitting pattern that is well worth checking out at
http://slumberland.org/wp/2006/05/15/pattern-cupcake-baby-hat-with-real-cupcakes/


Baby Sun Hat - This is a cool knitting pattern that features a wavy brim and interesting colors, found athttp://mipennsn.wordpress.com/2009/08/02/baby-sunhat/

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