Frog Baby Beanie Hat

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Frog Baby Beanie Hat Pattern


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Knitting: Frog Baby Beanie Hat
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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting
  • Cables and Bobbles

Pattern Description:

This cute baby beanie hat is knitted in the round. I have used doublepoints, but it would work equally well with a circular needle and the magic loop method if you prefer.

The little frogs are made from a combination of cables and bobbles.

The pattern contains separate instructions for three sizes (newborn, 3 to 6 months, or 6 to 12 months). I have recommended a wool: Sirdar Snuggly Doubleknit, but there is no reason why other doubleknit wools would not work just as well. The hats take between 24g and 34g, depending on size. Even the largest size takes less that one 50g ball, which is nice as you probably have enough left for a pair of booties.

I did think about calling it the Five Little Speckled Frog Hat, as the two smaller sizes have five frogs around hat.

My pattern also describes how to block your hat when finished to get the best look possible.


24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in knit stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn
  • 3 to 6 month
  • 6 to 12 month


  • 4 mm doublepoint needles
  • or 4mm circular needle
  • small cable needle
  • 24 to 34 g doubleknit wool

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Sirdar Snuggly Doubleknit


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The inspiration for my knitting patterns often comes from nature. I love little knitting projects, and try my hardest to be realistic with my plant and animal designs.

Often my projects start from something very personal: my own house or my husband's first car. Then I develop them into something that I think will be appealing.

I live on the outskirts of London, and work part-time at a ...

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