This pattern has been a long time in the making and I am so happy that it is finally finished and tested so I can share it with you all. I think it turned out really cute. I love little frilly bonnets and used to always dress my daughters in them when they were small. They really complete an outfit and look so adorable.
With this pattern, you will learn how to make a frilly baby bonnet to fit ages from newborn to 12 months, or head circumferences from approximately 14″ to 18″. The pattern is written in English, uses American terminology and features the single crochet stitch, half double crochet stitch, double crochet stitch and puff stitch. Basic knowledge of crochet is assumed, however the pattern is suitable for beginners and instructions are given for some stitches.
To make this pattern, you will need around 50g double knit yarn, a small amount of double knit yarn in a contrasting colour, a small amount of fluffy yarn, a tape measure, a stitch marker, a pair of scissors, a yarn needle, 50cm thin ribbon and a needle and thread. Each size uses a different crochet hook, varying from 4mm to 5mm. If you would like to know which crochet hook is required for your particular size, feel free to message me and I will check for you before you buy.
You can find this pattern in my Etsy shop, along with my other PDF crochet patterns and a few things I have handmade to sell. I would love for you to join us in my Facebook group to see more pictures, get feedback and ask any questions you may have.