Pattern: Little Crown Easy Newborn Cap

Want to make your own gift for a new mother but don’t have a lot of time? This “Little Crown” newborn cap takes me about an hour and a half to make.

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The pattern is simple, but the brim edging gives the cap a distinctive look. It’s a perfect project for the last-minute baby shower or for those times when you’d just like to tell a mother-to-be, “I’m thinking of you and wishing you well.” It should fit a newborn or preemie.

This pattern is an exclusive for TheStitchinMommy.com. Go visit Amy and see her beautiful, free crochet creations!

What’s your favorite go-to layette item to make? Tell me in the comments!

Welcome to St. Clement’s Daughter!

Thank you for visiting! My name is Kathryn. I have been crocheting since I was a child and especially enjoy making blankets and clothing for babies and children. I look for unusual, eye-catching patterns that would make stunning gifts.

My Etsy shop, St. Clement’s Island, features colorful handmade gifts for babies and children, specialty layettes, and creative patterns. Every item is made with love and attention to detail. I am always adding items, so please mark St. Clement’s Island on Etsy as a “favorite” to see the new arrivals. You also can find me on Pinterest and Ravelry.