Emilie Veiled Newborn Tiara

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Emilie Veiled Newborn Tiara Pattern


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Knitting: Emilie Veiled Newborn Tiara
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit in the round, on double pointed needles
  • Purl

Pattern Description:

The Emilie Tiara features an adorable, ladylike style, including veiling and a gorgeous feather fascinator!
So sweet, for your next newborn photo shoot, this little tiara also features handspun yarn, in small amounts, so it is perfect for using up odds and ends (or buy a skein of your favorite handspun, and make lots!). Pattern uses just 5 1/2-9 1/2 yards!

Yarn resource included with each pattern. (Yarn resources include shops from the U.S., Canada, U.K., Italy and Germany). In order to make this dainty little prop, you will need to know (or learn) how to knit in the round, on double pointed needles, as well as purl.
This is a very simple pattern, as well as a great beginner one; however, for those more experienced, I have taken the guesswork out of the sizing!

This pattern includes sizes Preemie-5T!
This item is for use under direct adult supervision only, for safety.

Thank you so much, to Lynette Weber, for her beautiful photos! If you live near Bloomington, Indiana, check her out! She is at:


About 7-8 stitches=4", in Stockinette


  • 5 1/2 (6 1/2, 8 1/2 , 9 1/2) Yards, Super Bulky Handspun Yarn, 4-5 Wraps Per Inch
  • Size 15, Double Pointed Needles, for Preemie and Newborn sizes
  • Size 15, 16" Circular Needles, for 1 T-2 T and 4 T-5 T size (or you may use double pointed needles)

You Will Also Need:

  • French Netting
  • Flower and Feather Fascinator

Suggested yarn:

9 yards of Bulky weight

About Designer

About Designer

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by Petalknits
Weaverville, CA USA
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I have always been inspired, by hand knit items, but it seemed beyond reach, for me...until I took some knitting classes!
From there, it became my relaxation, and creative outlet!
My passion is designing, and I love to spin my own yarns, as well!
I love to see the finished product, on the baby models....

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