Crochet Sunflower Baby Bonnet
Recently I hooked up a Sunflower Square that I got the idea to turn it into a baby bonnet. I’ve wanted to make a Crochet Sunflower Baby Bonnet for a while now but I originally wanted something a little more 3D with layers but when I got this new idea I had to get started right away. Friday night, poured myself a drink and in about 2 hours I hooked up this adorable baby bonnet.
The bonnet pattern is made for a baby size between 3-9 month depending on the size of the baby. I’m sure if you played with the gauge on this one you could probably make a newborn size. Maybe a 4.5mm hook would work? If you try it out, please let me know your results by hook’n up on Ravelry.
This morning I was trying to find a way to take a picture of this bonnet without a live model, it’s all I needed to publish this pattern. Normally I would use my wine glass but thought I’d ask to see what other people used. As I got talking with people I got the idea to use my fisher price apple. Maybe one day I will get a nice doll, I’ll have to save up for one of them.
Crochet Sunflower Baby Bonnet Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: Bernat Satin 3.5oz/163yrds (Half a ball of main colour and 5 yards of an alternate colour)
Hook: US I9/5.50mm
Size: Baby (fits 3-9 months depending on the size of baby)
- cl st (Cluster Stitch) – yo, insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook, (yo, insert hook into same st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook) 2 times, yo, draw through all 4 loops on hook.
- cl v-st (Cluster v-st) – (cl st, ch 2, cl st) in same st.
Gauge: 2 cl sts & 2 ch2 sps = approx. 1.5”, 3 rows = approx. 2”
Notes: hdc join counts as a ch2 sp.