This Fishbowl Beanie Baby Crochet Hat Pattern is absolutely adorable, keeping your little one's head warm with ear flaps, and an adorable fish applique.
Baby Crochet Hat Pattern - Fishbowl Beanie
Crochet Hook Size: 5.5 mm | I-9
Yarn Weight: 4 – Medium / Worsted
Terminology: US
Language: English

Suggested yarn is available online here:

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This Fishbowl Beanie Baby Crochet Hat Pattern is absolutely adorable, with the round top fitting the bowl theme and has it all: buttons, ear flaps, and an adorable fish applique.

Due to the fantastic feedback that Lauren Brown, the girl behind Daisy Cottage Designs, received on the initial pattern, she added three more sizes so you can make this gorgeous hat for your baby no matter how old. It’s available in three sizes: newborn; 0 – 6 Months (14-16″) and 1-3 Years (18-21″).

The pattern itself is very easy with the earflaps being a little more challenging. The hat section is done in double crochet & half-double crochet stitches for the earflaps. The detailed instructions are very well laid out. Full instructions for the appliques and braids are given. The most difficult part will be sewing on all those fun buttons.

This pattern uses any worsted weight yarn but Lauren recommends making it in cotton. As a result, there are some suggested cotton yarns below with a wide range of shades. Additionally, the softness of the yarn will also keep your babies ears warm and the braided ties at the end will keep it fitting nice and snug. Also, the eyes and bubbles use a french knot pattern that definitely hits a home run in the detail department.

The inspiration for this baby crochet hat pattern:

Lauren’s family’s first pet – Elliot – was the inspiration for the pattern. In fact, Elliot was their beta fish. He had a beautiful bowl with rocks in the bottom that were different shades of green and blue and she drew her inspiration from this. However, this fishbowl hat doesn’t feature a beta fish, but it’s still just as fun.

Some suggested yarns:

baby hat crochet pattern detail


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