Crochet Beanies for Donations

We are having a beautiful Spring day and I thought I would take just a moment to share a picture of some of the baby beanies that I have made.  Hopefully, giving you some fresh ideas that can be made from this quick, simple pattern.   I am donating these to our local hospital’s maternity ward for the newest arrivals!!

Also, I did knit two preemie sized beanies from a free Red Heart pattern that I tweaked a bit.   If you are interested in that pattern, let me know and I will tell you what I did.


As you can see, I used several different solid colored baby yarns, a variegated brown and pink baby yarn, two shades of pink for one and I made one by crocheting a solid blue baby yarn and a solid white baby yarn together.

Using different sizes of hooks and weights of yarn gives you a nice variety of shapes and sizes.

For my next batch, I think I will add some pompoms to the tops and/or little appliques.  Hope you have as much fun creating these beanies as I have!!


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