I have a lot of nieces (11)/ nephews (11)and a growing number of great-nieces (up to 8) with two new ones this year) and great-nephew (3 now). I've been on a roll this year with knitting gifts for some of them.
These first two were made using left over yarn from the slippers. Both were made using the pattern Regular Guy Beanie by Chuck Wright. Both went to great-nephews for Christmas. I downsized the regular guy beanie pattern, casting on only 72 stitches rather than 84.
Second regular guy beanie made in child size:
I used the regular guy beanie pattern for this one for a nephew. I used two yarns from my stash (the brown is Berroco Ultra Alpaca; the other is leftover Maine Woods hand painted wool). The effect was almost camouflage.
This one is didn’t photograph well. The colors are pink and orange. Another great-niece will get this one. The pattern used is Hermione's Globe Hat by Margie Mitchell. The yarn is Manos del Uruguay Maxima in peach melba.
These two are for twin girls (great-nieces). I downsized the regular guy beanie. Unsure what the yarn is.
These fingerless mitts are at the request of a brother-in-law with large hands. The mitts are large on me so hopefully will fit him. The pattern is Man Paws by Chelsea Fabrizio. The yarn is Lion Brand Heartland.