Big Pom Baby Beanie - Now With Free PDF Pattern!

Free Knitting Pattern - Big Pom Baby Beanie

Do you remember the Big Pom Baby Beanie knitting pattern I blogged about in March?
Well I've gone back and made it even better!

You can now download a PDF printable pattern for the beanie, for free!
Download the Big Pom Baby Beanie Free Knitting Pattern Here

Free Knitting Pattern - Big Pom Baby Beanie

I wrote up this beanie knitting pattern last winter,
after making a little hat for my little man for Christmas.
It looked so dang cute on him that I thought I would share the pattern with all of you!

It is sized to fit a 3 - 12 month baby
and uses such a small amount of yarn that you could easily make it
with some yarn already in your stash.

Free Knitting Pattern - Big Pom Baby Beanie

The other added bonus is that this hat knits up so quick!
You could easily make one of these for every tiny person on your holiday list.
If I could make one nursing a colicky baby a week before Christmas,
you can definitely make one ;]

This hat does knit in the round,
meaning you need to use circular needles or double pointed needles.
But don't let that intimidate you if you're a beginning knitter!
Here is a great photo tutorial on how to use both circular needles and double pointed needles
(I used double pointed to make this hat)

Free Knitting Pattern - Big Pom Baby Beanie

So what are you waiting for!
Download the PDF Pattern Here and get knitting!
Good Luck!


  1. oh, that is so cute! Thanks for linking up :)

  2. My mum can knit with her eyes shut, she is that good! I wish I could do it, but unfortunately I am not a knitter... which does not stop me from admiring someone else's work! Love it :)

  3. I really like this hat! But is there a way to make this into an adult size beanie?

    1. What a great idea! I might have to play around and see if I can come up with a second pattern for you!

    2. Would love to make this into an adult size! Did you receive an answer?

  4. the pattern dosnt tell how to decrease at the end of the 5 1/2 inches

    1. Thanks for bringing this up! Instead of decreasing, you just gather the last stitches to give the top of the hat that bunched up look. When you reach 5 1/2 inches, cut off your yarn leaving a 12 inch long tail or so, then thread that yarn through you stitches, slipping them off the needles as you go. Pull the yarn tight and bunch the stitches up tight as you can, then tie it off! Adding the Pom Pom helps secure the stitches also. Hope that helps!

  5. That helps, thank you. It said thrrad through the "remaining" stitches, so I just thought I missed something.

  6. Well isn't he absolutely adorable! I love the pom pom. I haven't quite made it past scarves yet, but I'll save this pattern for when I'm ready to venture to hats :)

  7. Hi, this is a great hat thanks! Just wondering if the whole work needs to reach 5 1/2 inches or just the second knitted section? Thanks!

  8. please e-mail the pattern since i can not see it. airlines77@outlook.com thanks.


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