These kids looking so cute, in this crocheted bearded hat by Ashlee Marie.
You will see a different pattern of the hat on Ashlee’s website for free. Yes, that means your baby, or whatever baby your friends and family let you borrow, can look as adorable as this guy in a bearded baby hat.
Here is an example of all 4 beards, Large, Medium, Small and Extra Small (on an Adult, adult, toddler and baby beanies). You can see the difference in length as well as width (or is that height?) a hook change over beard size change if trying a different yarn.
And Baby Boy looked so cute, here is Miss K showing off the Extra small! Seriously, could this be any cuter?
You will love the thinner yarn for more details, but if you’d rather use a thicker yarn try it out first if it makes the beard too large try either going down a hook size or down a beard size.
Lego boy in a child’s beanie and medium beard, Computer boy in child’s beanie and Medium beard, Baby Boy in a toddler beanie and small beard (he was pulling on it, I swear it fits good) and Princess in a child’s beanie and a small beard.
Sew row ends of beard to the inside edge of your favorite beanie, or my striped beanie, making sure it is spaced evenly between the two sides. The way it pulls and looks better than attaching right to the edge gives you a bit of a lip. You can place the beards as far front or back as you want.