October 28, 2012 at 12:37 am

Fruit Hat Pattern

It is the first in a series of patterns I am making for the 'Fruit of the Spirit' collection. You see what I mean about babies having different fashion rules than us? Free baby hat pattern for a berry hat. Change the colors, and you have a whole new fruit.

I have received tons of requests for the pattern. Knit a "fruit orchard" roll brim hat from child to adult sizes! *Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making an item.

Booklet #274 ($8), or you can also set your needles clacking to keep your wee bairns' noggins warm with adorable knitted fruit and vegetable hats. Find 19,000+ Free Crochet Patterns, over 9,000 Free Knitting Patterns, and over 2,200 Free Sewing Patterns.

Weave in any ends and then send to Fruit Towers!—–Kiwi Hat Crochet Pattern. The hat (and the lady who wore it) became the model for the Chiquita banana logo.

Fruit Hats; Swirly Hats; Cornered Hats – Easy Square Beanie at Craft Bits and The pattern I followed is the Adorabubble Knits Basic Hat pattern. Fruit Knit Hats by Butterfly Design sew!) as well as a few fruit knit hats, one made to look like a pumpkin and another like a strawberry.

Sarah Pinyan posted fruit hat pattern to her -Knits and stitch- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet. There are cute, free, pumpkin hats too and many others.

Ann Norling, I believe, makes fruit and blossom hat patterns. They are for sale relatively inexpensively.

Pumpkin Baby Hat 1 – Simple orange knit hat with a green stem. An additional pattern is given for a leaf, but no photo is shown.

Use this basic baby hat knitting pattern with instructions for four fruit-inspired variations to whip up easy baby gifts this holiday season. You are looking at my handmade Strawberry hat. The Strawberry is a bright red with black seeds and green leaves and stem.

This little fruit cap is super versatile, as you can local yarn store and the internet to purchase this pattern. I think these hats would give the "Fruit of the Loom" guys a run for their money.

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