Knitting pattern for baby bonnet ISOBEL
Knitting pattern for a bonnet for babies and toddlers ISOBEL
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Pattern ist written for:
Yarn: Hey Mama Wolf, Mokosh, 400 m~100 gr
(436 yards ~ 3.6 oz)
Light grey sample knitted in
Black Isle Yarns, Auchen, 375 m ~ 100 g
Needle: 3.00 mm / US 2.5 circular needles
3.00 mm / US 2.5 dpn
OR needle size to obtain gauge
Gauge: 24 sts x 37 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4“ x 4“
in stockinette stitch
Sizes size 1 (size 2 / size 3 / size 4)
Choose a size according to the measured
Size 1 = 36-39 cm / 14“-15.5“
Size 2 = 40-43 cm / 15.75“ - 17“
Size 3 = 44-46 cm / 17.25“ -18“
Size 4 = 47-50 cm / 18.5“ - 19.75“
Approx. usage 15 - 40 g (0.5 - 1.4 oz)
Techniques stockinette stitch, k1/p1 ribbing, traveling twisted stitches, increases and decreases, kitchener stitch, I-cord
Please note: Selvedge sts are knitted on the front row and purled on the back row unless otherwise indicated.
The bonnet is knitted as a rectangular from the forehead to the back of the head. After the last row the sts are joined with kitchener stitch. Then sts are picked up on the lower edge to knit the ribbing. To finish the bonnet two I-Cords are attached.
The textured pattern consists of traveling twisted stitches. It’s a lovely technique to make a tiny cable without a cable needle.