To give credit where it's due, I used the instructions for Alli Craft's fuzzy bear hat for the idea of how to make the ears and the mini flower is a very simple pattern from Attic 24.
Yarn and Hooks Used:
-Bernat "Harmony" & "I" hook to make the hat
-a scrap of Loops & Threads "Impeccable" and an "H" hook to make the flower
-you'll also need a safety pin and a yarn needle to work in the ends
To Make the Hat:
1: make a "magic ring," ch 1, 12 hdc in ring and pull it tight. Join with sl to the first hdc
2: ch 2, hdc in same stich as sl. 2 hdc in each remaining stitch around. Join with sl to top of ch 2.
3: ch 2, hdc in same stich as sl. *2 hdc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next stitch,* repeat pattern around the circle and join with sl in top of ch 2
4: ch 2, 1 hdc in each stitch around. Join with sl.
Rows 5 - 9 are a repeat of row 4.
Fasten off yarn and weave in ends. (Tip: When using any kind of bulky yarn, I find it easier to use a safety pin as a yarn needle, since the eye of my yarn needle is just too small to thread thicker yarns. I'll try to add a picture soon to show what I mean.)
To Make the Ears: (You'll need two, of course!)
(Thank you to Alli of Alli Crafts for your clear instructions on how to make bear ears! I think big ears look cute on babies, so I made big ears for the hat, too. If you're a fan of smaller ears, follow the steps on her blog to make a slightly smaller pair.)
1. Make a "magic ring" and work 6 sc. Hold the stitches and pull so it makes a half-circle of stitches instead of a regular full circle.
2. ch 1, Turn. Work 2 sc in each sc from previous row.
3. ch 1, Turn. Work *2sc in 1st stitch, 1sc in next stich* (repeat this pattern across the row)
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing the ear to the hat.
Sew the ears to the hat, using the tails from fastening off. (Again, I threaded the yarn on to a safety pin.)
Make a flower, following the instructions at Attic 24. FYI, the instructions at this site use British terms, which vary from American terms. (Basically, it's just 10 sc in a magic ring, followed by a round of *dc+hdc in next stitch, sl in next stich* to create a 5-petal flower.) When you fasten off, there's no need to weave in the ends. Use the tail to sew the flower to the bear hat.