From front to back, the Cora crochet bonnet uses several stitch combinations to be beautiful from any angle. To ensure instructions were well written, I had testers make this ‘blind’ with no product picture and written instructions only. This ensured a clear and easy-to-follow pattern. Not only was this a fun mystery test, but also a stunning one with everyone pleased with the results.
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5.0 mm Hook (H)- for DK 3 yarn
5.5 mm Hook (I)- for fine 2 yarn, or hook to obtain gauge
Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Ribbon for ties if desired
Louisa Harding Grace Hand-dyed (light 3)
Paton’s Lace (fine 2)
45 yards of Louisa Harding
sl st- Slip Stitch
sc- Single Crochet
dc- Double Crochet
Beginning Cluster (explained)
V-stitch- dc, ch 1, dc
4 x 4 inch swatch = 14 dc stitches x 7 Rows
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