Kamis, 14 Februari 2019

THE ARIANNE BONNET




                                                                            

Since the very first time I started to learn crochet baby items are always be my favorite. I have two kids at home and these days my eldest is just too kind to help me with modelling. The inspirations mostly come from them. So that's why most of my creations are identical to baby themes :D.

This one is called The Arianne bonnet. Bonnet isn't too popular in my place but for me it is just too cute for baby even toddler. I made one for my little girl a few weeks ago. This bonnet is very easy to make, but since I use lacy pattern for it's side part, I recommend this pattern for an advance beginner. But don't worry, if you're totally beginner, you can ask me anything trough comment box and I will be always available for any help. :)

I provide one size (newborn only) variations in this post. But if you want to get it in complete size variations (newborn, 0-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years), it is available in PDF version in affordable price my Etsy Shop. Full Version - Paid Pattern.

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Well, here is the pattern for newborn size. Enjoy!



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SKILL LEVEL
Average – Advance Beginner

FINISHED SIZE
Newborn – D (5.25/13cm); H (5.5”/14cm)

GAUGE
9 stitches and 5 rows in double crochet = 2 inch / 5 cm

SUPPLIES
4.50 mm crochet hook
1 ball (100 g) of any kind of rayon/ cotton/ rayon cotton yarn in DK or worsted weight.
Tapertry needle
Scissor

STITCHES & ABBREVIATIONS
CH Chain
SC Single Crochet
HDC Half Double Crochet
DC Double Crochet
SS Slip Stitch
MoS – Modified Shell Stitch
DV – Double V Stitch
V – V Stitch

NOTES
You have to be able to master the special stitches (below the note section) before starting the project
The project is started from crocheting the “back part” to the “side part” of the bonnet.
The back part section is crocheted in round, and the side part section is crocheted in row.
When it says crochet in “chain space” you have to crochet in space between two stitches, not inside the chain itself.

SPECIAL STITCHES
You will crochet these stitches when working on “side part” section. Please make sure that you are already able to crochet or at least understand how to crochet these special stitches before starting the project.



MoS – Modified Shell Sitch
Insert your hook into a stitch or chain space, crochet (DC – CH 1) 5 times, then add 1 more DC, all in the same stitch or chain space. You will do this MoS in a stitch when crocheting the first row of “side part” section. For the second row and up you will do it in the chain (CH 3) space.

V – V Stitch
    Insert your hook into a stitch or chain space, crochet (SC – CH 3 – SC) all in that same stitch  or chain space. You will start crochet this V stitch from the 2nd row up to the end of the ‘side part’ section.



DV – Double V Stitch
Insert your hook into a chain (CH 3) space, crochet (2 DC – CH 3 – 2 DC) all in that one space. You will start crochet this DV from the second row up to the end of the ‘”side part” section.




PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS

The pattern is consist of 3 main sections. Make sure to read every instruction carefully and please let know if you have any problem when you are working on it.


+ Back Part

Begin with Magic Ring, you will crochet in round.
Round 1: 12 DC inside the ring, SS. (12)
Round 2: CH 2, 2 DC in each stitch, SS. (24)
Round 3: CH 2, DC in the same stitch as CH 2, 2 DC in the next, *DC in the next stitch, 2 DC in the next, repeat * all around, SS. (36)
Round 4CH 2, DC in the same stitch as CH 2, DC in the next, 2 DC in the next, *DC in each of the next 2 stitches, 2 DC in the next, repeat * all around, SS. (48)
Round 5: CH 2, DC in the same stitch as CH 2, DC in each of
the next 2 stitches, 2 DC in the next, *DC in each of the next 3 stitches, 2 DC in the next, repeat * all around, SS. (60)
Round 6: CH 2, DC in the same as CH 2, DC in each of the next 59 stitches, SS. (60)



+ Side Part

In this section you will crochet in row.
Row 1: CH 3, SC in the next (place a stitch marker in the space between CH 3 and SC), skip 3 stitches, MoS in the next, crochet *skip 3 stitches, SC in the next, CH 3, SC in the next, skip 3 stitches, MoS in the next* 5 times, skip 3 stitches, SS in the next, CH 1, HDC in the next. You still have 4 empty stitches. Leave those stitches then just continue to the next row.
Row 2: CH 3 (put a stitch marker in the 3rd chain), turn, 2 DC in CH 1 space (space between SC and HDC in row 1), V stitch on top of the MoS stitch in row 1 (see image 1), *CH 2, DV stitch in CH 3 space of the V stitch in row 1 (see image 2), CH 2, V stitch on top of the MoS stitch* 5 times, CH 2, 3 DC in the space between CH 3 and SC you made in the beginning of row 1 (space with a stitch marker on it). Remember you have to work in chain space (space between two stitches), not inside the chain itself.

Image 1: V stitch on top of MoS stitch
Image 2: DV stitch on top of  V stitch
Row 3: CH 3, SC in the same stitch as CH 3 (place a stitch marker in the space between that CH 3 and SC), MoS stitch in the CH 3 space of the V stitch you made in row 2 (image 3), *V stitch in the CH 3 space of the DV stitch (image 4), MoS stitch in the CH 3 space of the V stitch* 5 times, SC, CH 1, HDC on top of chain 3 you made in the begining of the previous row (chain with stitch marker on it).


Image 3: Mos stitch on top of V stitch
Image 4: V stitch on top of DV stitch
Row 4: CH 3 (place a stitch marker in the 3rd chain), 2 DC in CH 1 space between HDC and SC you made at the end of the previous row, CH 2, V stitch on top of the MoS stitch (see image  1), *CH 2, DV in CH 3 space of the V stitch (see image 2), CH 2, V stitch on top of the MoS stitch* 5 times, CH 2, 3 DC in the space between SC and CH 3 you made in the beginning of previous row (space with stitch marker).
Row 5-8: Repeat row 3–4 twice. Do not cut off the yarn, continue to the next section.



+ Laces

CH 41, SS in each of the next 40 chains, SC across the neck area ( 1 SC when you meet SC stitch, 2 SC when you meet DC stitch), CH 41, SS in each of the next 40 chains, fasten off, cut off the yarn, hide the tail underneath the SC stitches you made along the neck area.





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