Wednesday, September 28, 2016

26. The Sasha Bonnet


Good morning all!

Playing catchup today. First, I am terribly sorry for the delay in the last few patterns.
Unfortunately a combination of tech issues, and mental healthy issues have prevented me from getting these done. The tech issues compounded the metal ones, and molehills definitely became mountains. Such is the nature of anxiety, and it's something I've had to learn to roll with.

Still, here we are, a few days late but here anyway! The Sasha bonnet, is a lovely little bonnet to fit a bub of 18 weeks gestation. I used Peter Pan 4ply for this and it is so incredibly soft! If you haven't tried Peter Pan yarn yet, you should, it's soft and spongy and everything I like in a baby yarn!

The Sasha Bonnet

Sized To Fit:
18 Weeks Gestation

You Will Need:
3.25mm hook
4ply/light fingering weight yarn.
2 stitch markers.

All stitches are in American terms.

Starting chain counts as a stitch from round 2 onward.

1: Into a magic ring, ch3, dc 14 times, join to first dc. - 14dc 2.5cm/0.9

2: Ch3, dc in the same stitch, 2dc in each stitch around, join to ch3. - 28dc 4.5cm/1.7"

3: Ch3, dc in the next 25 stitches, leaving the last 2 stitches unworked. - 26

4: Ch3, turn, *skip 1 stitch, (2dc, ch1, 2dc) into the next stitch, skip 1 stitch*, repeat across, dc in the last stitch. -34dc

5: Ch3, turn, (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in each ch1 space across, dc in the last stitch.

6: Repeat row 5

7: Ch3 (place marker in 3rd chain), turn, (2dc, ch3, 2dc) in each ch1 space across, dc in the last stitch (place second marker). sc evenly along the neckline, when you get to the end of the neckline slst into the chain where you placed the first marker. Chain 50 for the first tie. End off.

Rejoin yarn to the stitch with the second stitch marker and ch50 for the second tie. End off, weave in all ends.

Finished measurements 8.5cm/3.3" from crown to brim and 10.5cm/4.1" from top to bottom.


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