More Stitching, Less Searching: FREE Crochet Patterns for Babies

Oh, those adorable babies. We just can’t help but whip up handmade item after handmade item for them. But fishing through thousands of crochet patterns for babies can be daunting, especially when you’re looking for free crochet patterns.

Guess what? We did all the hard work for you, rounding up the best of our free crochet patterns for babies from right here on Bluprint.

Spend more time stitching and less time searching with these free crochet patterns for the adorable babies in your life.

Blue Monkey Hat with Earflap crochet pattern

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Blue Monkey Hat With Earflap

Whether you’re using this hat to keep baby shielded from the cold or just as a fun photo prop, this adorable blue monkey is sure to get attention — as if babies need any more attention than they already get!

You’ll just need to know some basic crochet stitches, plus have experience crocheting in the round. Need some help with those in-the-round skills? Just check out Stacey Trock’s class Crocheting in the Round: Mix & Match Hats for help crocheting in the round, shaping and even designing your very own hat!

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Lion Paws Booties and Mittens crochet pattern

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Lion Paws Booties and Mittens

Roar! Scrap felt pairs with a chunky-weight yarn to make these booties a quick and comfy knit. The mittens and booties are unlike any other that baby will sport, that’s for sure!

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Pacifier Binkie Clip

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Pacifier Binkie Clip

I love baby gifts that are practical and pretty. This pacifier clip is one of them! Skip those store-bought pacifier clips that are harsh on baby’s skin and instead crochet one of these in your softest baby yarn or even a nice cozy cotton.

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Beautiful Bow crochet pattern

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Beautiful Bow

Crocheting for a baby boy? Attach this to a simple single crochet cord to make it a bow tie. Stitching for a girl? Glue a baby hair barrette to the back and it’s instantly an adorable hair bow. These bows can even go on shoes as shoe clips. If they’re useful and baby just can’t get enough of them, crochet them in a few different colors.

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Bella Baby Pullover crochet pattern

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Bella Baby Pullover

If you’ve crocheted a granny square before, you’ll recognize it nestled in this bright pullover. Granny square fans also know that granny squares are great stash busters, so grab your sport-weight scraps that coordinate well together.

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Baby Boy Newborn Crochet Outfit

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Cute Baby Boy Outfit With Blanket

Don’t worry. We didn’t forget about sweaters for baby boys! In fact, we have a jackpot pattern bundle for baby boys. With this download, you’ll get a whole outfit — a cardigan, pants, two hats and booties — plus a blanket. All for free! 

Are you worried about moving from rectangles to shaped projects like this cardigan? Enroll in Crochet: Beyond Rectangles with Linda Permann, where Linda will walk you through crocheting her very own baby cardigan design. And if you do get lost, you’ll always have access to Linda’s expertise, as well as advice from other Bluprint members who are enrolled in the class.

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Crochet Baby Booties crochet pattern

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Crochet Baby Booties

Baby booties are a traditional stitched gift for babies, but that doesn’t mean you have to crochet a pair that also looks traditional. Omit the embellishment for a pair that’s unisex, or add your own embroidered design. Flowers, stars, dots — there’s no limit to how you can customize these.

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