Monday, October 19, 2020

Ingathering Cowl

 A Premium Knitting Pattern




When I was thinking of fall weather accessories and what I wanted to do for a pattern for October. I started thinking about all of my favorite gothic novels. Jane Ere, Wuthering Heights, The Secret Garden (if you don't think The Secret Garden is a gothic novel then you are wrong and you can fight me in the comments, jk), Rebecca and while I am making judgments on what a gothic novel is Northanger Abbey. I love sitting down to read one of them when the wind is howling around the house.  The best gothic novels come with a locked door, so hints the key in this pattern. I included it with the perfect fall colors. 

This cowl pattern is easy to adapt to what you want. Maybe you want it to be wider, just repeat the chart a few more times, or maybe you would like it a little longer, just add some more ribbing. The choice is yours. 

Like usual with my stranded knitting patterns this one is a paid only pattern. This insures that all my work put into making a chart isn't just copied and sent around the world without any credit. I have an introductory price for it on Ravelry for $1.00 (usd) for now until the 26th, Oct. 2020. I will be at the normal price in my other shops. Keep reading below to see how you can get your PDF and the schematics of the pattern. 


Where to Purchase This Pattern

Ravelry 


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Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Knit Picks yarn Palette yarn: 100% Peruvian Highland wool, Fingering weight yarn, 50 grams/231 yards, 3 colors needed 50 grams of color a, 30 grams of color b, and 10 grams for color c.

Needles: size 4/ 3.5 24 inch circular needles

Notions: yarn needle for weaving in your ends

Gauge: 15k x 16 rows = 2 inches

Size: 24 inch circumference and 12 inches high

Stitches used: k, p, PM (place marker),

Copyright Julia Schwartz.

Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact

Julia.diligence@gmail.com
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Monday, October 12, 2020

Anisoptra Ear Warmer and Fingerless Gloves

 A Free Crochet Pattern and a Premium Crochet pattern



It took me a while to come up with a name for this ear warmer, and fingerless gloves pattern set. So I took to social media to have you guys help me out. One of you suggested something along the lines of Dragon fly. I googled the scientific name of the dragon fly and decided to go with that. 


But there was an interesting factoid, that I just had to share. According to the Britannica the dragon fly is referred to as the Devil's Darning Needle. "The term devil’s darning needle is derived from a superstition that dragonflies may sew up the eyes, ears, or mouth of a sleeping child, especially one who has misbehaved." My thought was, "well that's just creepy and perfect for Halloween. That solidified my decision for the name."  


This set uses post stitches to create bold lines and design with textured detail, making these accessories pop. These are quick projects that don't use a lot of yarn and don't take a lot of time. I was able to get the whole set with just one skein, but I felt like I was playing yarn chicken the whole time with the last glove so you might want to grab 2 skeins just in case. 


Be sure to read below on how you can get a free PDF of one of these patterns. Offer good until the end of the year 2020. 



Where you can get the Patterns


The Ear warmer pattern is free on the blog. Just scroll down to find the pattern. It is for sale in all the shops for an ads free printer friendly version PDF. 

The fingerless gloves pattern is a paid only pattern that you can find in all my shops below. 

I have started providing my PDF Patterns in more places than just Ravelry. This gives you more options. New this month is Etsy. Even though I have had an Etsy shop for years, I have never really utilized it. I'm slowly getting patterns moved over to there, and I am planning on having a finished pieces/ sample sale in November. If you need help with Christmas shopping be sure to favorite my shop to know when that update happens. 


Ravelry

Put both patterns in the cart with the code DRAGONFLY,  and only pay for one of the patterns. Offer ends at the end of the year 2020. 

https://www.ravelry.com/stores/julia-schwartz-designs

Love Crafts

https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-us/user/Julia-S/patterns/bb170e6f-6fb2-415f-9d92-aa1c8dd3bbc5

Etsy






Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Any worsted weight yarn. Model used Lion brand Heartland: 100% acrylic, 120 -150 yards needed. 

Hook: G/7 4.5mm

Notions: Tapestry needle, regular sewing needle


Size: ear warmer: circumference of 20 inches, fingerless gloves: circumference 8 inches, and 6 inches from bottom to top


Gauge: 8 sts x 6 rows = 2 inches


Stitches Used: Chain (ch), Slip Stitch (sl st), Single crochet stitch (sc), Front post treble crochet (fptr), Front post treble crochet 2 together (fptr2tog)


Special Stitches

  • fptc: yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 4 loops on the hoop, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 3 times.

  • Fptr2tog: Yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 4 loops on the hook, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times. First half of the stitch complete, you should have 2 loops on the hook, yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 5 loops on the hook, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times, there should be 3 loops on the hook, yo and pull through all 3 loops.


Copyright: Julia Schwartz.

Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.






Pattern Instructions


Row 1: Ch 20, hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across for a total of 19 hdc.


Row 2 and every even row: Ch 1 (does not count as a st here and throughout), hdc in each of the next 11 sts, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the last st. (19 sts)

Row 3: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around the 14th st of row 1, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around the 14th st of row 1, sk 1 st, hdc in the last 3 sts. (19 sts)

Row 5: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next 2 sts, fptr around the previous fptr, fptr around the 14th st 2 rows down, sk 2 sts, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around the 14th st of row 3, fptr around the previous fptr, sk 2 st, hdc in the last 2 sts. (19 sts)

Row 7: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next st, fptr around each of the previous 2 fptr, sk 2 sts, hdc in the next 5 sts, fptr around each of the previous 2 fptr, sk 2 sts, hdc in the last st. (19 sts)

Row 9: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next 2 sts, fptr around each of the next 2 previous fptr, sk 2 sts, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around each of the next 2 previous fptr, sk 2 st, hdc in the last 2 sts. (19 sts)

Row 11: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around the previous fptr, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fptr2tog around the next 2 fptr, sk 1 st, hdc in the next st, fptr around the previous fptr, sk 1 st, hdc in the last 3 sts. (19 sts)

Row 13: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next 5 sts, fptr2tog around the next 2 fptr, sk 1 st, hdc in the last 5 sts. (19 sts)

Row 15: Ch 1, hdc in the first st, hdc through the back loop of the next 7 sts, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around the previous fpdc, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr around the previous fpdc, sk 1 st, hdc in the last 3 sts. (19 sts)

Continue to repeat rows 4-15 3 times, then repeat rows 4-13. Finish off with a long tail and sew up the row 1 with the last row with your long tail with your preferred method.

With some scrap yarn, follow the picture and wind the scrap yarn around the stitches, pull tight and secure.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Floral Morning Hat

A Stranded Knitting Hat Pattern 


I have been hanging on to this pattern for a while. I have been waiting for the cooler weather to post and publish it. We are at the first day of fall if you can believe it. In celebration here is Floral Morning Hat. 

If you have noticed I have been really inspired by flowers lately. They have been such a bright spot in my day with this crazy year. I designed this hat to have a long brim that you can fold over for extra warmth, or what I really like to do with this pattern is fold the brim up just on one side to give it a cloche look. 1920's anybody?  

Pattern Information

Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted weight, 100% Peruvian highland wool, 110 yards/ 50 g. 1 ball for Color A and 1 ball for Color B

Needles: 5/ 3.75mm 16 inch circular, and double points needed. 

Notions: Yarn needle for weaving in your ends

Gauge: 10 stitches and 12 rows = 2 inches

Size: 19 inch circumference (stretches to fit adult head)

Stitches used: k, p, PM (place marker), SM (slip Marker), Kbf (knit through the front and back of stitch (increase st), k2tog (knit 2 stitches together), tbl (through back loop) 

Copyright Julia Schwartz.

Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.


Knit Hat Bundle

With this pattern I am offering a pattern bundle sale. I'm offering 12 of my knit hat patterns for $20 (usd). If you would purchase all of these patterns by themselves it would be $32. so by purchasing the bundle you will save $16.00. This bundle is only available on Ravelry. You can follow this link to get there!

 https://www.ravelry.com/bundles/knit-hats-435


Where to Get the Individual Hat Pattern


I have started providing my PDF Patterns in more places than just Ravelry. This gives you more options. New this month is Etsy. Even though I have had an Etsy shop for years, I have never really utilized it. I'm slowly getting patterns moved over to there, and I am planning on having a finished pieces/ sample sale in November. If you need help with Christmas shopping be sure to favorite my shop to know when that update happens. 


Ravelry

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/floral-morning-hat

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Love Crafts 

https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-us/user/Julia-S/patterns/bb170e6f-6fb2-415f-9d92-aa1c8dd3bbc5


Etsy

https://www.etsy.com/listing/874976487/floral-morning-hat?ref=shop_home_active_1




Lastly I just want to say thanks so much for your support all these years. It really means a lot to me. 

Julia



Monday, September 14, 2020

Prairie Winds Bag

 A Premium Crochet Pattern





The more I live in Kansas the more I love it. One thing that I have especially loved this year are the wild flowers. They have been so abundant this year. You can go down any road including the busy highways and just see them everywhere. There will be sunflowers, black eyed susans, cone flowers, iron weed, blue grass, queen anne's lace and many more.  This bag was inspired by all of that but especially the queen anne's lace after it blooms. 



This summer before school started my family and I went to the Konza Prairie Park outside of Manhattan KS. There are no trees, just miles and miles of hills, grasses and wild flowers. When you go have to bring a pack with you so you can have water as you go, and that trip really inspired me to create something that would be functional and beautiful and represent that hike. 

The Prairie winds bag is a great multi functional bag that can be used as a market bag tote, or you can pull the straps out and wear it as a pack for when you need to be hands free. The bag has a pattern of post stitches that form a floral motif in the center of the bag. Don't be to intimidated by the pattern, as long as you keep track of the stitch counts the pattern will fly off your hook. 




Where You Can Get the Pattern


I'm offering the PDF Pattern in 3 locations.

Ravelry

You can get the PDF in my ravelry shop right now for $1.00 (USD) This sale will end on 9/20/20 and the price will go to it's regular price of $3.00. 

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/prairie-winds-bag

Love Crafts

You can get the PDF here at my shop in Love crafts for $3.60

https://www.lovecrafts.com/en-us/user/Julia-S/bb170e6f-6fb2-415f-9d92-aa1c8dd3bbc5

Etsy

This one is new for me. I'm slowly added all my patterns to Etsy. If you could favorite my shop when you were there it would mean a lot to me. You can find the Pattern here for $4.00. 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/856865492/prairie-winds-bag-pattern-pdf?ref=shop_home_active_1



Here is More About the Pattern!

Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Any 100% worsted cotton yarn. 

Hook: H/ 8 5mm

Notions: Tapestry needle, regular sewing needle, 

Size: 12 by 15 inches

Gauge: 8 hdc x 6 rows = 4 inches

Stitches Used: Chain (ch), Slip Stitch (sl st), Single crochet stitch (sc), Front post treble crochet (fptc),Front post popcorn stitch (FPpop),Front post treble crochet 2 together (fptc2tog

Special Stitches

  • fptc: yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 4 loops on the hoop, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 3 times.

  • Fptr2tog: Yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 4 loops on the hook, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times. First half of the stitch complete, you should have 2 loops on the hook, yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 5 loops on the hook, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times, there should be 3 loops on the hook, yo and pull through all 3 loops.

  • FpPop: {yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 4 loops on the hoop, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times} Repeat {to} 3 times (you will have 5 loops on the hook), yo and pull through all the loops on the hook.

Copyright: Julia Schwartz.

Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.





Monday, August 24, 2020

Amalie Baby Bonnet

 A free knitting pattern


A couple weeks ago you probably saw the crochet version of this baby bonnet. It turned out so well I knew I wanted to make a knit version too.

This sweet little bonnet is so delicate and soft it makes an heirloom piece for sure. Just like with the crochet version you can make two bonnets out of one 50g skein of yarn so they make a great option for fair projects. 

This bonnet is made with those twisted stitches that I love so much. You can have beautiful cabling without all the fuss of using a cable needle. I have the pattern written so that there is a running slip stitch down the sides so it makes it easier to stitch together, but if that is something new to you don't worry it doesn't change the way it looks in the end if you leave them out. One of my favorite parts of the bonnet are the i-cord ties that are attached with an i-cord edging. It just brings a whole new level of professionalism to the finished piece. If you have made anything from the Learner's curve series I did a few years back you have used these elements before. 


Where Can I get this pattern?


This is a free knitting pattern on the blog. Just keep scrolling down to see this pattern. By having it free on the blog I am able to promote the pattern more and share it with more people. I also feel that I bring some trust to my readers who can read through the pattern before they decide if they want to purchase the pattern.


If you would like to purchase this pattern that is ads free and printer friendly, it is available for Download through my Ravelry Store For $3.00. When you purchase the PDF you will be getting the pattern you see below plus 2 extra sizes and charts to help you read the pattern. it doesn't get much better than that. For the first week you can get it for $1.00 (usd).

<<<<<<buy now >>>>>>


I also have the PDF for sale at Love crafts. It is a a little higher price at $3.60. This helps cover the fees that come with posting the pattern on that site. 




Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll Fingering weight yarn, 50g. Color Dove Heather

Hook: 5/ 3.75mm

Notions: Tapestry needle

Size: Top to chin 6 inches, front to back is 6 inches at widest point.

Gauge: 12 k + 34 rows = 2 in.

Stitches Used: knit (k), purl (p), RT (right twist), LT (left twist), sl st (sl st), k2tog (knit 2 stitches together), ssk (slip, slip, knit)

Special Stitches: 
  • Right Twist (RT): Knit 2 together keeping both stitches on the left needle, knit into the first stitch, then pull both stitches onto the right needle, stitch complete.

  • Left Twist (LT): Knit through the back loop of the 2nd st, keep the stitch on the left needle, knit in the first stitch, then pull both stitches onto the right needle, stitch complete.

  • 3 st  i-cord
    Cast on 3 st onto a double point needle, {knit 3, push your stitches to the other end}, Repeat {to} pulling your stitches tight as you go. 

  • I-cord Edging:
    Cast on 3 st onto one of your double point needles.  With the wrong side facing up, insert the needle in the right hand side corner of the bonnet {pick up a new st. You should now have 4 st on the needle. Push the needle down so you are now working from the other end, k 2, k2tog through the back loops}
    Repeat {to} until you come to the other edge of the bonnet. 

Copyright:

Julia Schwartz. Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.



Pattern Instructions:


Main part of the bonnet


Cast on 32 stitches using your favorite cast on method. 

Row 1 [RS]: p3, RT, p4, RT, LT, p4, LT, p12, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)
Row 2 [WS]: k13, p2, k4, p, k2, p, k4, p2, k2, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)
Row 3: p3, RT, p3, RT, p2, LT, p3, LT, p12, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)
Row 4: k13, p2, k3, p, k4, p, k3, p2, k2, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)
Row 5: p3, RT, p2, RT, p4, LT, p2, LT, p12, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)

Row 6: k13, p2, k2, p, k6, p, k2, p2, k2, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)
Row 7: p3, RT, p, RT, p, RT, LT, p, LT, p, LT, p12, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)
Row 8: k13, p2, k, p, k2, p, k2, p, k2, p, k, p2, k2, sl st with yarn facing back (32 sts)

Rows 9- 104: repeat rows 3-8

Cast off and break yarn



back of bonnet


With front side facing up and working across the un-worked rows, sk 17 slipped stitches, insert needle into the side of the 18th row st, and bring up a loop, continue bringing up a loop through the next 17 sl stitches for a total of 18 loops on the needle. There will be 17 un-worked rows on each side of the needle.

Row 1[ws]: k17, sl st with yarn in back

Row 2 [rs]: p17, sl st with yarn in the back

Row 3-24: repeat rows 1 and 2

Row 25: k, ssk, k12, k2tog, sl st with yarn in back
Row 26: p15, sl st with yarn in back
Row 27: k, ssk, k10, k2tog, sl st with yarn in back
Row 28: p13, sl st with yarn in back
Row 29: k, ssk, k8, k2tog, sl st with yarn in back
Row 30: p11, sl st with yarn in back
Row 31: k, ssk, k6, k2tog, sl st with yarn in back
Row 32: p9, sl st with yarn in back
Row 33: k, ssk, k4, k2tog, sl st with yarn in back
Row 34: p7, sl st with yarn in back

Cast off and break yarn.

Bonnet Ties


Make a 3 loop i-cord for 30 rows, attach the i-cord with a stitch at the bottom of the bonnet with the front facing down, make an attached i-cord in each st across the bottom of the bonnet. Finish with a 3 loop i-cord for 30 rows.

Finish off.

Weave in your ends.


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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Ingrid Baby Bonnet

A Free Crochet Pattern





I have another baby crochet pattern to share with you. This is a great heirloom piece that can be passed from generation to generation. This is not a beginner friendly pattern, but all of the techniques used to make the bonnet have been used before with patterns from this blog. I use the attached i-cord in this basket pattern here, and I use the fptr stitches in this cowl pattern here. This pattern takes me around 3 hours to make and I can get 2 bonnets (smallest size) out of one 50g. skein of yarn. I can usually find Stroll yarn for around $3.00 so this is a great project with a good profit margin for fairs.


I love the clean lines of this design. It is a simple 2 row pattern that has a big impact of texture. I hope you enjoy this pattern. On the blog you will find the smallest size which would fit a newborn to 6 month baby for free. If you would like to purchase the pattern PDF of the pattern I have it for sale for $3.00 (usd). The PDF version of the pattern has the written instructions for 3 sizes up to 24 months.




Where Can I get this pattern?


This is a free crochet pattern on the blog. Just keep scrolling down to see this pattern. By having it free on the blog I am able to promote the pattern more and share it with more people. I also feel that I bring some trust to my readers who can read through the pattern before they decide if they want to purchase the pattern.

If you would like to purchase this pattern that is ads free and printer friendly, it is available for Download through my Ravelry Store For $3.00. for the first week you can get it for $1.00 (usd). 


<----->Buy now<------>


I also have the PDF for sale at Love crafts. It is a a little higher price at $3.60. This helps cover the fees that come with posting the pattern on that site. 





Designer: Julia Schwartz

Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll Fingering weight yarn, 50g. Color Dove Heather

Hook: 00/3.5mm

Notions: Tapestry needle

Size: Top to chin 6 inches, front to back is 6 inches at widest point. 

Gauge: 12 hdc + 9 rows = 2 in.

Stitches Used: Chain (ch), single crochet (sc), Half Double Crochet (hdc), Slip Stitch (sl st), Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc), Double crochet stitch (dc), Front post treble crochet (fptc), Front post treble crochet two stitches together (fptr2tog), 3 loop i-cord, attached i-cord



Special stitches:

  • Fptr2tog: Yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 4 loops on the hook, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times. First half of the stitch complete, you should have 2 loops on the hook, yo 2 times, insert hook around desired stitch from front to back, yo and pull through for a total of 5 loops on the hook, (yo and pull through 2 loops) 2 times, there should be 3 loops on the hook, yo and pull through all 3 loops. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1Yhng4wJuA

  • 3 loop i-cord: Make a slip knot, ch 3, yo and pull through a loop in each ch, (3 loops on the hook), {take the back 2 loops off the hook and put them on the cable needle, (yo and pull through one loop on the hook, take the next st off the cable needle and onto your hook) repeat (to) 2 x}, repeat {to} until you have your desired amount of stitches.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o97aBEJ4Mto

  • Attached i-cord: Insert the hook in a corner st, {yo and pull up through the closest loop for a total of 3 loops on the hook, take the back 2 loops off the hook and put them on the cable needle, (yo and pull through one loop on the hook, take the next st off the cable needle and onto your hook) repeat (to) 2 x, insert the hook into the next st of project} continue repeating {to} until your desired amount of stitches. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vfyb9y3Gksk (This one is slightly different than what i        am asking you to do but you get the idea of what is needed)


Copyright: Julia Schwartz.


Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.



Main Bonnet Body


Row 1: Ch 25, hdc in second ch from the hook, hdc in each ch across for a total of 24 sts.


Row 2: Ch 1, turn, (does not count as a stitch here and throughout), hdc in each st across for a total of 24 sts. 


Row 3: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the next 3 hdc, fptr around 4th st of row 1, fptr around 5 st of row 1, sk 2 sts, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr2tog around 7th  and 11th st of row 1, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 3 st, fptr around the 13th st of row 1, fptr around the 14th st of row 1, sk 2 sts, hdc in each of the last 10 sts. (19 hdc, 4 fptr, 1 fptr2tog)


Row 4: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across for a total of 24 sts. 


Row 5: Ch 1, turn, hdc in the next 3 hdc, fptr around previous fptr x2, hdc in the next 3 sts, fptr2tog around 7th  and 11th st of previous 2 rows down, sk 1 st, hdc in the next 3 st, fptr around previous fptr x2, sk 2 sts, hdc in each of the las 10 sts. (19 hdc, 4 fptr, 1 fptr2tog)


Rows 6-55: Repeat rows 4 and 5. 


Finish off


Bonnet Bill


Row 1: With front side facing down and working across the rows closest to the fptr stitches, insert your hook in the side of the first stitch of the first row and ch 1, sc in same stitch and in each side of the stitch in each row for a total of 55 sts. 


Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in starting st, {sk 2 st, 5 dc in the next st, sk 2 sts, sc in the next stitch}, repeat 8 xs. (9 shell patterns total)


Finish off.


Back of Bonnet


Row 1: With front side facing up and working across the unworked rows, sk 18 rows, insert hook into the side of the 19th row st, and ch 1, hdc in the same st, and in each side of the st for 18 rows for a total of 19 sts. 


Row 2-10: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across for a total of 19 sts. 


Row 11: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog in the next 2 sts, hdc in the next 15 sts, sc2tog in the last 2 sts. (17 sts)

Row 12: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across for a total of 17 sts. 

Row 13: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog in the next 2 sts, hdc in the next 13 sts, sc2tog in the last 2 sts. (15 sts)

Row 14: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across for a total of 15 sts. 

Row 15: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog in the next 2 sts, hdc in the next 11 sts, sc2tog in the last 2 sts. (13 sts)


Row 16: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across for a total of 13 sts. 


Row 17: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog in the next 2 sts, hdc in the next 9 sts, sc2tog in the last 2 sts. (11 

sts)


Rows 18-19: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each st across for a total of 11 sts. 


Sew each of the sides of the back of the bonnet to the corresponding sides of the bonnet body with a wip stitch.



Bonnet Ties


Make a 3 loop i-cord for 30 rows, attach the i-cord with a ch st, at the bottom of the bonnet with the front facing up, make an attached i-cord in each st across the bottom of the bonnet. Finish with a 3 loop i-cord for 30 rows. 


Finish off. 


Weave in your ends. 



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