I did it. I’m on the cusp of my second trimester and my sickness is over!!! I’m so excited and constantly have baby on my brain so what better to do with it than to round up a bunch of my favorite FREE baby patterns from some of my favorite designers!!! Just click on the pattern name to be taken right to the free pattern!
1.) Newborn Cable Beanie by Crochet Kim
2.) For Kyle Baby Blanket by Underground Crafter
3.) Pink Princess Preemie Hat by Raising Robertsons
4.) Shells and Picots Baby Booties by Homemade Hats by Cheryl
5.) Baby Bonnet Crochet Pattern by Posh Pooch Designs
6.) Spins and Ridges Earflap Hat by Melodys Makings
7.) Little Liam Lamb Hat by Raising Robertsons
8.) Mini Granny Blanket and Hat Set by The Purple Poncho
9.) Crochet Shell Baby Slippers by Rebeckah’s Treasures
10.) Simple Newborn Baby Boots by Whistle and Ivy
More from Melodys Makings
11.) Swirl Sack Hat
12.) Heirloom Thread Flower Bonnet
More from Homemade Hats by Cheryl
13.) Shells and Picots Baby Bonnet
More from Underground Crafter
14.) Diagonal Rainbows Baby Blanket
15.) Checkerboard in Primary Colors Blanket
21 paid patterns from the talented Debi Dearest!
These are too good to pass up! See her Ravelry store HERE for details and links to her site to buy!
Debi’s website can be found HERE.
An old friend from high school is pregnant!!! Her mother requested a cabbage patch wig for her baby to wear of course :). A family of beautiful brunettes, I went with red heart super saver dark brown. The pattern is free, and can be found HERE.http://dearestdebi.com/crochet-cabbage-patch-kid-newborn-beanie credit goes to dearest debi.
The pattern was really fun. I had never used the loop stitch before. I read a lot of people don’t like the loop stitch.
Personally I am huge fan and I plan on making the boys version of Dearest Debi’s wig too! It’s made up of loads more loop stitches. That FREE pattern can also be found HEREhttp://dearestdebi.com/crochet-cabbage-patch-kid-newborn-boy-beanie.
I really loved making this. It took me no time at all. I do plan on making more. That fun loop stitch is addictive!