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Reversible Baby Beanies


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Welcome to my PDF pattern for making Reversible Knit Fabric Baby Beanies or hats. I've had many requests for pattern pieces to be made for a tutorial I have had on my blog for a while - so here it is! A full colour pattern with plenty of photos to help you through the project. There are two options detailed...using one fabric for the whole beanie, or coordinating fabrics for each side. I've been selling cut and sew fabric panel versions of these beanies for some time from my Spoonflower shop - in fact they are one of my best sellers, but I never provided my pattern pieces - until now. This PDF version will allow you to use any stretchy knit fabric you have lying around, to make cute little beanies for all those gorgeous little babies you know! It doesn't take much fabric at all, and the end results are so soft and snuggly - plus they are really quick to make. I love the fact they are reversible, with no scratchy seams - so you can either have two fabric options on the one hat, with a cute contrasting cuff - or stick with the one. Hope you love making them as much as I do! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic machine sewing skills Optional handsewing skills to close opening SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To fit an average newborn head circumference of 14 inches - upwards. The maximum circumference is determined by the amount of stretch in your fabric - which varies - but my 20 month old was able to squeeze in one! :)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Sewing machine or serger
  • Fat quarter of stretch knit fabric
  • Thread

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Who am I? I'm an ex-computer consultant, turned Mum, turned crafter/sewer/fabric designer... I love being creative, and sharing my creations. I blog over at, where you can see my crafting exploits... All welcome!