The Tulip Knit Bonnet Pattern is Sweet and delicate for newborns and newborn photography.
Each side embellishment row is uniquely designed for a delicate look. Using a row counter and checking stitch counts at the end of each row is recommended to ensure it works up beautifully.
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4.0mm (G hook), for ties
Cascade 220 Dusty Rose (worsted, medium weight)
40 – 45 yards (37 – 41 m)
CO- cast on
k2tog- knit two stitches together
k1b- knit in back loop of stitch
p1b- purl in back loop of stitch
k3tog-knit three stitches together
yo- yarn over
ssk- slip slip knit
m1L- make one left
m1R- make one right
20 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
Height is 5 ½ inches,
Depth is 5 ¼ inches
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