Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers


Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers
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Every month a group of bloggers are challenged by C’mon Get Crafty to create a new craft or project from their own stash of goodies! I’ve decided to join up with this group. After years of hoarding collecting craft and sewing supplies I figured it was about time to try to put them to good use.  So when my step-daughter told us she was pregnant I knew my yarn stash would come in handy. A crocheted newborn hat and slippers was my project of choice. I just didn’t know what color to make them until she had her gender reveal party a couple of weeks ago. 

Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers

Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers

A baby girl – so glad I had pink yarn left over from a project I had made for my daughter when she was in high school! I also had some white yarn for the flower as well as little pink rosettes (which were probably from when my daughter was a baby!).
Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers
For the hat I used this pattern using a v-stitch from the website Lacy Crochet. She has a lot of pretty patterns so be sure to check out her site!
Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers
Then I made the flower from this pattern from the See Jenn Do website. Here are her very easy to follow directions:

1. Ch 27

2. Skip first 4 ch, sc in 5th ch from hook, (ch2, skip 1 ch, sc) accross.

3. Turn piece, (sc, ch1, 3dc, ch1, sc) in each ch2 space accross, and also in ch4 space at the end.

4. Finish off, leaving a long tail, and threading tail through a needle.

5. Form flower by holding short beginning tail and turning the petals around.

6. Using the long tail, sew petals in place, beginning with outer 2 layers of petals, and finishing with a few stitches to hold all layers together.

And finally the slippers were made from this pattern at the Loganberry Handmade website.

Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers

I finished the project by using a little hot glue to attach the pink rosettes to the slippers as well as the center of the flower. I can’t wait to give these to my step-daughter for Christmas!

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57 comments on “Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers

  1. So stinkin’ adorable! Those little slippers are to die for! Love the yarn you used.

  2. Those are too precious!!!

  3. Oh those are so sweet and adorable! Just makes you want a little babe to put those onto! A beautiful job! Pinned & visiting from the Challenge.

  4. Congratulations! How exciting to have a baby girl on the way! The hat and booties turned out beautifully. Thank you for the pattern. -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    ‘Visiting from the de stash challenge.
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  5. Oh they look so adorable. Now I want to crochet them for my baby.

  6. These will be perfect for my new little granddaughter coming in December! Thanks for sharing!

  7. So cute!!! Love the little flowers on the booties.

  8. These are so darling. I think I may have had something similar for my dolls when I was younger.
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  9. These are so pretty. What a wonderful gift for a newborn. I adore the details of the roses. It is so precious.

  10. I have 4 grown up daughters and 3 grandaughters, and looking at these adorable booties and hat bring back so many memories!

  11. These are so cute – and I love that you could make them out of stuff you already had on hand. The new baby will look gorgeous in them and congrats on a new addition coming into your family.

  12. How absolutely cute is this rose newborn combo?! I love crocheting for babies as the projects are always extra cute and done in no time. Thank you for sharing your pattern.
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  13. This hat and booties are so sweet the way you have embellished them.

  14. How gorgeous Roseanne! I love to crochet and this pattern is perfect for a newborn baby girl. Thank you for sharing with us at #BloggersPitStop and have a lovely weekend.

  15. How dainty and sweet!

  16. So.Sweet. Those are as sweet as spun sugar! Any baby girl would be blessed to wear such a darling ensemble.
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  17. These are so sweet! I love the rosettes – thanks so much for sharing with Party in Your PJs!
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  18. Sweet! And such a pretty pink too.

  19. They are so gorgeous I love the little roses
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  20. Love making baby crochet items. Thanks for joining the To Grandma’s House We Go link party! Your post has been pinned!

  21. Love this sweet little set! What a great baby gift ♥ Found them at the #WWBlogHop this evening. Pinned ♥
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  22. Roseann, your Crocheted Newborn Hat and Slippers are so very lovely. What a lucky mom and babe to receive your loving gift.
    We will feature this on the Blogger’s Pit Stop. Thank you for being such a great host on this linkup.

    Kathleen
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  24. These are so sweet and precious. You can be really proud, love this very very much.
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  25. Oh my goodness, how cute is this?! I love tiny baby clothes and those booties are too adorable!

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  27. Roseann, your newborn hat and slippers have to be the cutest things I’ve ever seen! If I knew how to crochet or had any aptitude for it at all, I’d be turning these out as fast as I could make them!
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  28. These just grabbed me right away! I’m going to be a grandma soon which amazes me! Not sire if boy or girl but these are adorable

  29. This set of booties and hat are so sweet. Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle. I am featuring you at the party this week.

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  31. These are so adorable. What a sweet gift. So delicate and cute. Thanks Roseann for sharing these delightful little crocheted hat and slippers at Dishing It & Digging It. Merry Christmas.

  32. Kathy A on said:

    Adorable; your step daughter will be so pleased! Better bring copies of the pattern with you so others can make them, too!

  33. Oh they are adorable!! What a gorgeous gift! Thank you so much for sharing, Roseann, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party!!
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  34. I love this set. I think the lacy pattern paired perfectly with the Coordinates yarn. I had some in my stash for sooooo long, and ended up recently giving it away because I didn’t have much, and just hadn’t though of anything to use it with. You did great with this beautiful little set! And I am totally in love with the idea of using up what is in your stash! I have lots and lots of yarn in my stash that is dying to be crocheted with 😉 Will need to make it a New Years resolution.
    I will add though… I looked around for a spot to email you, and couldn’t find anything. Because most bloggers make their income off the number of views to their blog pages, by copying and pasting a pattern, not only does it go into copyright infringement, but it also limits traffic because readers no longer have to return to the main blog to view the pattern. I think Jenn would appreciate if you just linked to her Rosette, instead of copying and pasting it into this post.
    Best Wishes! Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots

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