Friday, 12 August 2016

Baby Ripple Bonnet - Free Crochet Pattern

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A cute little baby bonnet ripple pattern and the best thing about this pattern that it's very easy to do and great for beginners! Made using Stylecraft Special DK yarn and a 4mm crochet hook, this small project works up very quick.

Hope you enjoy this weeks free crochet pattern and come and follow Wool and Stitch on Instagram to be kept upto date with latest designs @wool_and_stitch

Clare xo


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Baby Ripple Bonnet - Crochet Pattern

Materials Required:

> Colour A - Fondant - 322 yards
> Colour B - Pomegranate - 322 yards
> Colour C - Shrimp - 322 yards
> Colour D - Apricot - 322 yards
> Colour E - Citron - 322 yards
> Colour F - Spring Green - 322 yards
> Colour G - Sherbert - 322 yards
> Colour H - Cream - 322 yards
> Tapestry Needle / Darning Needle
> Tape Measure
> Scissors

Gauge:

> N/A

Sizing: 0-6 Months

> 7 inch - Width (Approx)
> 7 inch - Height (Approx)

Colour Sequence Notes:

> Each colour is worked for 2 rows each following the colour sequence below.

Colour Sequence:

> Colour A - Fondant
> Colour B - Pomegranate
> Colour C - Shrimp
> Colour D - Apricot
> Colour E - Citron
> Colour F - Spring Green
> Colour G - Sherbert
> Colour H - Cream - Only used for ties and joining the bonnet together

Follow the colour sequence starting from row 1 to row 14 repeating the colour sequence pattern above.

Pattern:

R1. Ch61, 2dc in 2nd ch from hook * 1dc in next 3 chains, dc2tog over next 2 chains, dc2tog over next 2 chains, 1dc in next 3 chains, 2dc in next chain, 2dc in next chain * Repeat across until the last 11 chains, 1dc in next 3 chains, dc2tog over next 2 chains, dc2tog over next 2 chains, 1dc in next 3 chains, 2dc in last chain, turn 

R2. Ch2, 1dc in same st as ch2 * 1dc in next 3sts, dc2tog over next 2sts, dc2tog over next 2sts, 1dc in next 3sts, 2dc in next st, 2dc in next st * Repeat across until last 11sts, 1dc in next 3sts, dc2tog over next 2sts, dc2tog over next 2sts, 1dc in next 3sts, 2dc in last st, turn

Repeat row 2 until 14 rows have been completed altogether. Fasten off.

Finishing:

> With Colour H yarn and your work right way up and right side facing, join yarn in bottom right hand corner, work 28sc evenly up the right hand side of work, 1sc in the very first stitch that is across the top of ripple, ch61, slip stitch into second ch from hook and in the next 59 chains (tie made) work 1sc in the next stitch across the top of ripple and work 1sc in each st across until you get to the last ch2 stitch, ch61, slip stitch into second ch from hook and in the next 59 chains (tie made) 1sc in the top of last ch2 stitch. Now work 28sc evenly down the left hand side of your work.

> Fold your work in half with right side facing outwards and line up the stitches, work 1sc in each st across going through all the stitches front and back to join the bonnet together.

Fasten off and weave in ends.


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