BEFORE BUYING THIS PATTERN, PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST BE ABLE TO KNIT AND CROCHET!
This is a PDF PATTERN for a gorgeous knitted beanie for use as a newborn photography prop. The beanie has a beautiful pattern that looks like clusters of tiny flowers.
The main part of the hat is KNITTED, but the scallop edging and the flower are CROCHET.
It is written in standard american terms with some photos to help with some of the trickier parts.
PLEASE NOTE: Some intermediate CROCHET skill is required to make the edging/border of the hat. I am sorry I do not give refunds for someone buying this pattern in error and not reading that this requires both knit and crochet skills. The knitted part is on STRAIGHT needles. No need for circular needles or double pointed needles!
The pattern is for NEWBORN size only
US size 11 (8mm needles)
Fingering, 4ply mohair yarn
US size 6 (4mm) crochet hook
US size 7 (4.5mm) crochet hook
Delivery of pattern:
This pattern is in the form of a digital pdf file which will be available for download after payment is received
Shop Policies and legal stuff:
Due to the nature of the pattern, it cannot be returned for a refund or exchange. If you have any questions or spot any mistakes, please contact me and I will clarify and resolve any issues.
All patterns are copyright protected. You cannot resell or share the pattern as it is illegal. You may however sell your finished products, but I would appreciate credit and link back to my Etsy store www.etsy.com/shop/monkeymoomoo33
Shannon Bower Photography
Life Cycle Images
All photos are copyrighted and I have been given permission to use the images. Please do not copy or use for your own store.
50 yards of Fingering weight
I am originally from England, UK and have also lived in Australia. I now find myself in tropical Singapore where I stay at home with my 2 little girls and spend my spare time knitting and crocheting. ...
I am originally from England, UK and have also lived in Australia. I now find myself in tropical Singapore where I stay at home with my 2 little girls and spend my spare time knitting and crocheting.
I have been making and designing newborn photography props for 3 years now and after much badgering from customers, have finally decided to start selling some of my patterns!
I hope you enjoy these as much as my customers have!