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Weekly Update: Baby Set & Creeper Beanie


Hello everyone!

*note* Great news!! I finally found a new link to the baby bootie pattern on Craftsy enjoy!

I am just dropping in to show you guys what I have been up to this week. I made a creeper hat for my son and a cloche baby hat with matching booties size 3-6 months. I am very happy with how everything came out. I also made my daughter a Bolero but I don’t have the photos downloaded into my computer yet. Sorry! I have been hard at work with my new website which I hope to share with you in the weeks to come. I hope you enjoy these pieces.

Baby Cloche and Booties with Bow

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The booties are a free pattern by Mellony Bester. The cloche hat is my own design but I do not have a pattern available yet. The bows are from bobwilson123 you can find a video tutorial here.

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Those little bows are too cute and super easy. The best project I have found for scraps so far.

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Creeper Beanie

From time to time I make my son a beanie. This time he requested a Creeper Hat. He likes playing a computer game called ‘MineCraft’. If any of you have sons this could be a good option for you.

crochet-creeper-beanie.jpg 008It’s just a single crochet beanie with a black border and appliques in the shape of the creepers face. I am going to make a couple of more versions of this beanie until I am happy with it. This was the first test and it came out pretty good.

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Here he is pretending to be attacked by a creeper, I think lol.

That’s all for this week. As always I would love to see your creations. Share your photos with us. Send them to I do feature other crocheter’s work from time to time on my blog and Facebook page.

Thank you for visiting this week! Best wishes from Crochet Cricket.

Happy Hooking!

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17 thoughts on “Weekly Update: Baby Set & Creeper Beanie

  1. I love Minecraft! My husband was just telling me yesterday that I need to crochet a mini Creeper for his desk. 😛 Great job on the hat.

  2. Your work is gorgeous, makes me want to stop everything and make some baby stuff 🙂

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  4. And now that I have time to make a pair of bootees, the link to the free pattern that you used isn’t working 😦 Do you have it sorted any where else? thanks, Jill

  5. I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS HAT! Please let me know if you have pattern written yet. What stitch did you change to from the single crochet in hat?

  6. Actually I just made a simple single crochet beanie with a black border at the bottom then I made black single crochet appliques and sewed them on. No I never had a chance to write up a pattern. Unfortunately I work full time now so I have less time for developing my patterns. If I ever make a written pattern I will be sure to message you. Hope this helps. Thanks!

    • Actually, I meant the baby hat. It’s so pretty!

      • oh hehe! It has been a while ago now but I think I did a single crochet crown and ended with a stitch count divisible by 3. And I believe I did shells of 3 double crochet stitches and then and the other rows I did shells of 3 double crochet stitches in the center double stitch of the shell on the previous round. Does that make sense? I hope this helps. I think I still have this set somewhere and I may do a written pattern for next spring If I can find time. Keep a look out for it!

  7. I have a new baby girl in the family and would LOVE the pattern!!

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