Thursday, September 29, 2016

27: The Roe Bonnet

Good morning all! Pattern number 27! Woah we're getting there. Almost done now!
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Today's bonnet features a little bow and stripe in contrasting colours, giving it just enough pop! This bonnet would be great for using up brighter scraps of variegated yarns!

The Roe Bonnet

Sized To Fit:
22 Weeks Gestation

You Will Need:
4.5mm Hook
8ply/DK weight yarn in main (MC) and contrasting (CC) colour.
2 stitch markers.

All stitches are in American terms.

The starting chains count as stitches from round 2 onward.

1: Into a magic ring, ch3, dc 10 times, join to the first dc. - 10dc 3.5cm/1.3”

2: Ch3, dc in the same stitch, 2dc in each stitch around, join to the ch3. - 20dc 6cm/2.3”

3: Ch3, dc in the same stitch, dc in the next stitch, *2dc in the next stitch, dc in the next stitch*, repeat around, join to ch3. -30dc 8.5cm/3.3”

4: Ch3, dc in the next 27 stitches, leaving the last 2 unworked. -28dc

5-6: Ch3, turn, dc in each stitch across. -28dc end of MC

7: Join CC, ch1, turn, sc in each stitch across. - 28sc end of CC

8: Rejoin MC, ch3 (place marker in first ch), turn, dc in each stitch across (place a second marker in the last dc), when you reach the end sc evenly along the neckline of the bonnet, when you reach the end, slst into the ch with the marker. Chain 35 for the first tie. End off.

Rejoin yarn to the dc with the second stitch marker and chain 35 for the second tie. End off, weave in all tails.

With CC

1. Chain 13, sc in the second chain from hook and each remaining chain. -9sc

2-4: Ch1, turn, sc in each stitch across - 12sc

5: Ch1, sc evenly down the side of the rectangle, sc in the chains along the bottom from row 1, sc evenly up the other side, sc in each stitch across, join to the ch1. You should have just sc around the entire rectangle. End off, weave in all tails. Your piece should measure 4.5cm/1.7” x 6.5cm/2.5”

Take a long piece of CC yarn and tie it around the center of the rectangle, this will pull the sides in creating a bow. Tie a knot in the back to keep it in place. Wrap the yarn around the center of the bow a few times and then tie a knot in the back to keep the loops tight and in place. Sew the bow to the side of the bonnet. Weave in tails.

Finished Measurements for the bonnet:

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