Here’s a Baby Beannie sewing pattern that is basic and easy to sew. It looks great, is very functional, and can be a staple in any wardrobe.
It’s a beginner sewer project that comes in twelve sizes from preemie to 6T.
As far as what fabric you should use, the designer, Brindelle and Twig, recommend knit fabrics. They suggest a lightweight rib knit. Some interlocks and jersey knits will work if they are stretchy enough. And you will need 0.25 yards for all sizes.
The designer used her overlock machine/serger, however, as she says, if you don’t own one, you can use a small zig-zag stitch in place of the serged seam.
This digital file includes a full photo tutorial that shows you how to sew this pattern together. It also has the actual pattern pieces for cutting out after printing. You will simply download the pattern and print it off at home on a standard letter or A4 size paper. All instructions are in the file for printing and assembly.
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