Want a quick and easy baby gift? Check out this free Newborn Mohair Bonnet Crochet Pattern
Simple, elegant, and sweet. This heirloom-style lace bonnet is delicate and adorable for newborns.
6.0mm (J hook), or hook to obtain gauge
Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
48 inches Ribbon or Fabric Strips
Patons North America Lace
or similar weigth mohair yarn such as WeCrochet Aloft Hand Painted
30 - 40 yards (27 - 37 m)
Ch- Chain St- Stitch SC- Single Crochet HDC- Half Double Crochet DC- Double Crochet Sp- Space Sl St- Slip Stitch
14 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches in double crochet
The beginning chain does not count as a stitch. Number in ( ) indicates total number of stitches in the round or row.
At end of each round, Join and Chain 2 unless indicated otherwise.
|1||MC, HDC 12 in MC||12|
|2||HDC 2 in each stitch around||24|
|3||HDC in each stitch around||24|
|4||HDC 2 in first stitch, HDC in next stitch, repeat around, join and do not Ch||36|
Measure the diameter of your work and make sure it is 4 inches. If it is larger or smaller either decrease or increase hook size.
The rest of the bonnet will be worked in rows.
|Row||Description||Total Cluster Groups|
|1||Skip first two stitches and 5 DC in next. *Skip 3 stitches and 5 DC in next, repeat * five more times||7 DC groups|
|2-4||Skip first two stitches and 5 DC in next. (This will be the center stitch of your 5 DC group from preview row) *Skip 4 stitches and 5 DC in next, repeat * five more times||7 DC groups|
|5||Skip first two stitches and 5 DC in next. (This will be the center stitch of your 5 DC group from preview row) *Skip 4 stitches and 5 DC in next, repeat * five more times. Do not Ch, Fasten off and weave in ends||7 DC groups|
Finishing and Ties:
Use 2 (24 inch) ribbons or strips of silk fabric approximately 1 ½ inches wide for ties. One each side of hat at front corners, tie a larks head knot. (If you would like a longer trailing tail cut each ribbon longer)
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