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  1. Beautiful Newborn Santa Bonnet!!!! Made with soft acrylic yarn. https://www.etsy.com/listing/209748323/crochet-newborn-christmas-pixie-bonnet?
  2. I just learned to crochet and I have a baby girl and am having fun making hats for her and thought, what about a bonnet? Well, I found this old pattern online at grandmotherspatternbook.com and started it but got stuck on round 2 of all places. It reads: Row 2— Work 2 D. C. in first space, * yarn over hook, insert hook in back of next D. C, draw up a loop, yarn over, draw up a loop in same place, yarn over, draw up a loop in same place, yarn over, draw through all loops on hook, chain 1, 2 D. C. in next space, repeat from * all around, having 16 puffs with 2 D. C. between each puff. Do
  3. Hello everyone, I was wondering if anyone could point me to a pattern for a very traditional baby bonnet, the type traditionally trimmed with swan's down/marabou? Does anyone have a favourite pattern they use? There are so many bonnet patterns that I'd really like to go on recommendation. I'm in the UK so I would find a UK pattern easier to follow but don't let that stop you telling me about your favourite pattern if you're not in the UK. Thanks
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