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Newborn Bonnet Knit Pattern Pack Three

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Newborn Bonnet Pack Three

The third edition to the Briana K Knit Newborn Bonnet Packs. In this pack, different textures are explored with three different needle sizes. Each bonnet had a unique look that is beautiful in any newborn photo session.

So here is the Newborn Bonnet Knit Pattern Pack Three information below.

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Newborn Bonnet Pack Three

Supplies:

Knitting Needles:

7 (4.5mm) for Bonnet 7; 8 (5.0mm) for bonnet 8; 15 (10mm) needles for Bonnet 9: Straight or Circular (min 28-inch cord) or DPN’s for working in the round

Notions:

Stitch Marker
Sewing Needle
Scissors
Cable Needle
Row Counter if needed

Yarn:

Malabrigo Rios (shown in Plomo)

Yardage:

50-60 yards per bonnet

Abbreviations/Stitches:

k- knit
p- purl
k2tog- knit two stitches together
p2tog- purl two stiches together
k1tbl- knit one through the back loop
p1tbl- Purl one through the back loop
k3tog- knit three stitches together
yo- yarn over
kf&b- knit front and back of stitch
skpo- slip one knitwise, knit, pass slip stitch over
sk2po- slip one knitwise, knit two together, pass slip stitch over
kf&b- knit front and back of stitch
Ktbl- knit through the back loop

Gauge:

Newborn Bonnet Pack Three

4 inches x 4 inches

Bonnet 7: 17 stitches by 21 rows in stockinette
Bonnet 8: 18 stitches by 23 rows in stockinette
Bonnet 9: 19 stitches by 15 rows in pattern

Measurements/Sizes:

All bonnets are an average of 5 ½ inches deep x 5 ½ inches high when blocked, bonnet should only be worn with supervision due to the yarn ties.

Skill Level:

 Easy/Intermediate

Newborn Bonnet Pack Three

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