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Newborn Bonnet Pack One

Look for other newborn knit bonnet pattern packs available in my shop 🙂

The first edition in the bonnet pack series!!!
What’s unique about this pattern? Each bonnet has 4 finishing options:
In the round in pattern
In the round with no finishing pattern
Flat in pattern
Flat with no finishing pattern

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Newborn Bonnet Pack One

Not only are these bonnet packs full of beautiful textures and stitches, but they are also a great way to learn new stitches and grow new skills. Perfect for newborn photography, bringing a baby home from the hospital, or an heirloom gift.


Knitting Needles:

8 (5.0mm) Straight or Circular (min 28-inch cord) or DPN’s


Stitch Marker
Sewing Needle
Cable Needle
Row Counter if needed


Malabrigo Rios (shown in Playa)


50-60 yards per bonnet


CO- cast on
pm- place marker
k- knit
p- purl
k2tog- knit two stitches together
p2tog- purl two stitches together
yo- yarn over
yf- yarn forward
yb- yarn back
kf&b- knit front and back of stitch
skpo- slip knit pass over
kf&b- knit front and back of stitch
pf&b- purl front and back of stitch
T2B- Twist Two Back (defined below)
T2F- Twist Two Front (defined below)

Newborn Bonnet Pack One


18 stitches by 23 rows in stockinette = 4 inches x 4 inches


All bonnets are an average of 5 ½ inches deep x 5 ½ inches high when blocked

Skill Level:


Newborn Bonnet Pack One

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I hope you have enjoyed making the Newborn Bonnet Knit Patterns Pack One!

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