Christmas Knitting Patterns For Babies


In this post, you will see a round-up of Christmas knitting patterns for babies.

What could be better than seeing a cute baby wearing something festive for Christmas!

There are so many Christmas knitting patterns out there, especially on Pinterest that you will be spoilt for choice.

I have collected a few of my favorites to share with you, some are easy patterns that would be perfect for beginners.

Christmas knitting patterns for babies
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Santa Baby Hat

Whether you want to make a variety of handmade goodies to give as knitted Christmas gifts or for your baby to wear over the holiday period, this pattern roundup is full of ideas.

With lovely designs for babies, there are many patterns for you to choose from, including this baby Santa hat below.

Grab the pattern here – Baby Santa Hat.


Make Super Cute Hats For Holiday Photos!

You can also make novelty hats like this double pom hat for your holiday card photos to send to friends and family.

The hat in the photo below knits up fast in super bulky yarn with two huge pom-poms sewn onto either side.

Grab the free pattern here – Baby Pom Hat.

Baby holiday hat pattern

Christmas Knitting Patterns For Babies

If you are a beginner, practice your skills by making simple knit hats or baby booties, or get creative with more advanced knits, like the Christmas onesie pattern.

You can find festive cardigans, adorable Santa hats, elf suits, and Christmas mittens.

The patterns below will walk you through – step by step from beginning to end, so grab your needles and get started!

Related Post – Free Christmas Knitting Patterns

Christmas baby knits

1. Baby Christmas Tree Hat Knitting Pattern

Make a gorgeous Christmas tree baby hat with this free knitting pattern by Patti Pearce Stone on Ravelry.

This hat would be awesome for baby’s first holidays and could be used for lots of pictures.

I love the glittery pom poms!


2. Baby Winter Boots Knitting Pattern

Your little one will be warm, cozy, and stylish in these knitted baby booties with this free knitting pattern by Veronica Shaw.

There are three different styles to choose from, which are perfect if you are making gifts for your friend’s babies or you have nieces and nephews!


3. Newborn Striped Elf Hat Pattern

This wonderful newborn striped elf knitted hat would make a lovely gift.

Creating Christmas-themed makes will have you feeling all festive!

Watch a Christmas movie, have tea, and get knitting!

The free knitting pattern is written by Ellen Kerkow.

*Update June 2020 – This pattern is no longer available.


4. Baby Santa Onesie Knitting Pattern

An excellent free knitting pattern for a baby Santa onesie by Drops Design.

The knitted baby onesie would be just perfect for the baby to wear on Christmas Eve or Christmas day!

And could be made to celebrate baby’s first Christmas.


5. Baby Santa Mittens Knitting Pattern

This knitting pattern is great for advanced beginners!

Make some cute baby Santa mittens with a free knitting pattern from The Treat Girl.

These mitts could be keepsakes and introduce someone to the excitement of knitting!


6. Baby Christmas Tree Hat With Mini Pom Poms

Make this cute pom pom hat for baby.

The free pattern is great for stash busting, you can make the pom pom Christmas tree decor from all of your leftover scrap yarns.

Get the free pattern from Handy Little Me here – Christmas Tree Hat Knitting Pattern

You can see more adorable baby hats here.

Christmas tree hat free knitting pattern

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  1. I knitted up the cute Santa mittens… beard didn’t end up looking like the photo… and that’s the cutest part! I’m going to mess with it to see what needs to be done for proper effect!🧶🧶

    1. Hello, I bet they look super cute! That is not one of my original designs, so maybe you could contact the pattern creator and ask for tips or to see which yarn they used? Thank you for visiting and taking a look around 🙂 Happy Knitting!