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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!

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#53 Trailing ivy bonnet

from MMM Designs by Sau
(6) Name: 'Knitting : #53 Trailing ivy bonnet
#53 Trailing ivy bonnet Kelley Ryden and Tracy Raver
#53 Trailing ivy bonnet Life Cycle Images
#53 Trailing ivy bonnet Jen Kuhse Photography

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting
  • crochet

Pattern Description:

This is a PDF knitting PATTERN for a gorgeous bonnet with a cute trailing ivy pattern for use as a newborn photography prop. It is written in standard american terms with some photos to help with sizing of the hat. This pattern is knitted on 2 straight needles so no complicated knitting in the round!

The pattern is for NEWBORN size only

Materials required:
A pair of US size 10 (6mm) needles
Worsted weight yarn


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

Gorgeous photo from Life Cycle Images and Jen Kuhse Photography

All photos are copyrighted and I have been given permission to use the images. Please do not copy or use for your own store.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn


  • 6mm needles
  • 4.5mm crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors
  • needle

Suggested yarn:

50 yards of Worsted weight