Iris Crochet Baby Bonnet
This adorable Bonnet is made as an accessory for the Iris crochet baby dress, and together they make up the most adorable set for a little baby girl.
You may choose to make this set in white and use it for a christening outfit, or you can make this lovely set for any festive occasion in colors that suit all the holidays of the year.
This bonnet is super easy and quick to crochet, and the project is suitable for beginners.
You can find the free patterns below in size 0-3 months. If you want to make the Bonnet in other sizes, you can buy the ad-free PDF pattern in sizes 0-18 months right here: IRIS CROCHET BABY BONNET
- 21 stithes and 10,5 rows = 10 x 10 cm.
- St – Stitch
- Ch – Chains
- Sl st- Slip stitch
- Sc – Single crochet
- Dc – Double crochet
- Size 0-3 months.
- Measurements: Head circumference 41 cm.
- Skill level: Easy/Medium.
- The Patterns is written in US crochet terms.
Round 1. Start by making a magic circle. CH 2 (CH 2 does not count as a stitch, this applies throughout the whole pattern). DC 12 into the magic circle. (12 DC.) SL ST into first ST of round. CH 2.
Round 2. DC 2 in every ST (24 ST) SL ST into first ST of round. CH 2.
Round 3. DC 2 in 1st ST. *DC in next ST. DC 2 in next ST.*Repeat from *-* around. (36 DC) SL ST into first ST of round. CH 2.
Round 4. DC 2 in 1st ST. *DC in next 2 ST. DC 2 in next ST.*Repeat from *-* around. (48 DC) SL ST in first ST of round. CH 2.
Round 5. DC 2 in 1st ST. *DC in next 3 ST. DC 2 in next ST.*Repeat from *-* around. (60 DC) SL ST in first ST of round. CH 2.
Round 6. DC 2 in 1st ST. *DC in next 4 ST. DC 2 in next ST.*Repeat from *-* around. (72 DC) SL ST in first ST of round. CH 2.
Round 7-8. DC in every ST around. SL ST in first ST of round. CH 2.
(CH 2 now counts as a stitch throughout the rest of the pattern)
You are now done with your increasing rows of your Bonnet. And have finished the back head. You will now continue to work in rows and begin making the lace pattern.
Row 9. DC in 1st ST. Skip 3 ST. (*DC 2. CH 1. DC 2 into same ST.) Skip 3 ST.* Repeat from *-* 14 times, so that you have a total of 15 “shells”. Skip 3 ST. DC 2 in next ST. The last 7 ST. will be left unworked. (64 DC) CH 2 and turn.
Row 10. DC in 1st ST. (You will now continue to work your stitches into the CH 1 space from the previous row.) Skip 3 ST. *(DC 2. CH 1. DC 2 into same ST). Skip 4 ST.* Repeat from *-* across row (15 shells) (64 DC.) CH. 2 and turn.
Row 11-15. Repeat row 10.
Straps and neck edging
CH 43. SC in 2nd CH from the hook and next 41 CH. Continue to SC into the edge of the lace stitches and neckline of the bonnet.
When you get to the edge of the other side of the bonnet. You will again CH 43. SC in 2nd CH from the hook and next 41 CH. make a SL ST into the edge of the bonnet. Cut yarn and fasten off your yarn. Weave in all your ends thoroughly.
Congratulations on completing your own adorable Iris Crochet Baby Bonnet.
You are welcome to make and sell as many crochet Baby Bonnets made from this pattern as you like. But please link to Adorecrea.com, when you post pictures online of the items that you make from this pattern.
Thank you! And happy crocheting 🙂
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