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Picot Bonnet | loom knit pattern

Picot Bonnet | loom knit pattern
The Picot Bonnet is a picot edges bonnet. It’s a simple pattern but the edge is more intermediate loom knit pattern.  A technique video link is included in the pattern.

Picot Bonnet

By Kristen Mangus at GoodKnit Kisses

May 27, 2013

Notes:

Work in a flat panel. Instructions are written for preemie, notes in ( ) are for larger newborn size. Video tutorials are in links provided.

 

Loom(s):

KnittingBoard Basics Loom for preemie size 11/16″ guage (AllNOne or Sock Loom 2 as alternate for newborn size – 3/8″ gauge)

 

Yarn:

Worsted weight. Red Heart Unforgettable color Petunia used in sample.

 

Gauge:

Newborn – 16 sts x 6 rows  = 4″ x 4″ or 4 sts per in x 1.5 rows per inch.

 

Size/Measurements; not stretched:

Preemie – Much smaller than the newborn/baby size; given away but see photo on doll.

(Newborn – Main Hat (drawstring to brim measurement): 8″ to brim; 10″ overall to tip of picots. Brim: 1.25″ ribbed brim, 1.5″ to edge of bind off, To tip of Picots 2″. Ear to ear measure: 13.25″)

 

Abbreviations/techniques:

K or Flat – Flat Knit Stitch https://youtu.be/r5hvRlW3dsM?t=3m1s

Fig-8  – Figure 8 or Diamond Lace Stitch https://youtu.be/CwJ57LmYsNA

P – Purl https://youtu.be/kr5zOVRt9eI?t=2m58s

Picot bind off – Technique for Bind off that creates picots during bind off.  Requires casting on 2 stitches via cable cast on and then binding off 4.  Video here http://youtu.be/qWkTu8T8KeM

 

 

Cast on:

Adjustable cast on flat panel 32 peg (54 peg for newborn) Video here: http://youtu.be/TIVTH8MI0ec

 

Instructions:

Flat knit 3 rows (6)
Fig-8  12 (20) rows
K2, p2 rep 6 (15) rows
Picot bind off**
**Cable CO 2, BO 4 (** rep between **,** til one st left on loom, cut tail and pull through)
Weave in tail

Pull drawstring from cast-on loosely to not break yarn. Leave an opening eyelet shape and tie off with a knot. Weave in tail.

Make 1 tie off cord. Chain 40 (40 to desire length). Before pulling through last loop place crochet hook on between 1st and second stitch between last figure 8 row and ribbing rows. Slip stitch through and pull through to knot. Tie on one more knot to secure. Weave in tail into bonnet. Weave in tail at beginning of cord. Repeat to make a second cord on opposite side.

Picot Bonnet is a sweet work for the sweetie pie of your life!

ALTERNATE Pattern (Derivative work):

Picot Hat or Slouchy (With our without picot)
Cast on in stitch count above (or desired size) but connect in the round in drawstring cast on.  Continue knitting pattern above in the round until desired length.  Bind off as above for picot edge or use stretchy bind off. Enjoy!

©2013 GoodKnit Kisses
For Personal Use

 

Try the whole layette set suite of patterns! Click this link here. Patterns are the Picot Bonnet, Picot BOOties and the Picot Lovey Mitered Square

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Kristen Mangus
Kristen is a multi-talented entrepreneur with a heart as big as Texas. She is the Owner, Host and Creative Director of GoodKnit Kisses. GoodKnit Kisses is a company positioned to inspire, encourage and empower people through education and design. She’s built a large and loyal on-line community of followers by sharing her personal passion for knitting and all things creative through YouTube video tutorials, Facebook live broadcasts, blogs and patterns. Her vision is to leave an inspired crafting world for future generations that continues to teach and reach others. She and her husband, John, have three amazing kids.

1 Comment

  1. I have not been able to find the Pattern to make the String Bag….
    Please post it again or post the site address so I can click on it.

    Thank you
    floryb floryb@cfl.rr.com

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