Jess Bonnet

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Jess Bonnet Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch, slst, sc, dc

Pattern Description:

You are currently viewing the crochet pattern for the Jess Bonnet. This little bonnet is a really quick make up, with a cute flower. This bonnet has a texture which is one of favourites. I personally love this pattern because I love bonnets for babies over the normal beanie.

This pattern is written for newborn, 0-3, 3-6, 6-12month size.
This pattern is fairly simple and requires the use of only basic stitches (ch, slst, sc, dc).

You will need both a 3.50mm (E), 4.00mm (G), 5.00mm (H) and 5.50mm (I) hook for this pattern. The two smaller hooks are for the flower.

You are more than welcome to sell any of the items you create from my pattern but I ask that you would credit me as the creator of the pattern when if you sell it online by including my shop name or a link in the listing (Thank you!). My patterns are copyright and you may not reproduce them electronically or in any other form. You may NOT resell my patterns.

As this item is a pattern I cannot accept returns as you can't return a pattern. I do back my patterns 100% however so if you have any issues while working them please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 0-3months
  • 3-6months
  • 6-9months
  • 9-12months


  • 3.50mm (E), 4.00mm hook for flower
  • 5.00mm (H) and 5.50mm (I) hook for bonnet

You Will Also Need:

  • Know the terms BLO and FLO in regard to crochet stitches

About Designer

About Designer

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by MellonyBe
Tasmania, Australia
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My names Mel and I am a bit of a crochet fanatic :) My nanna attempted to teach me how to knit at a young age and i really wasn't very good at it. A friend a school taught me how to crochet a granny square and since then I have been hooked! (Get it 'hooked'?!)

I started designing patterns earlier this year and have received so much support for my little business :)

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