This one is an old pattern from a tutorial I posted last year. Originally, this pattern was posted in my old blog, but I inadvertently deleted it when I closed the website. The pattern was recently requested, so I’ve typed it up and here it is! You really can use …
We’ve got some new little ones joining the extended family, so you know what that means….. it’s baby blanket time! Since we’re on a Tunisian Crochet kick, I’ve worked up an easy to make pattern that any level of crocheter can make! This modern, chunky blanket is crocheted using a …
This cute bonnet was requested by a friend as a Halloween Costume for her little one (she was a hen, so the bonnet also had a comb which is not pictured.
This got me thinking, maybe someone else could use a bonnet? Anyhow, here is the pattern 🙂 The pattern does include sizing for children, teens and adults.
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Here are the materials you’ll need to complete this pattern:
Yarn: 1 skein of medium yarn.*
Hook: 5 mm
Additional materials: Scissors, Measuring Tape, yarn needle.
Notes: This pattern is worked by completing the body of the bonnet, then completing the back and ties.
*if using a light yarn, such as a baby yarn, use a 4.25 mm hook.
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Skill level: Intermediate
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