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Emmeline Reversible Bonnet Pattern

$6.00

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

This lovely little bonnet looks sweet on baby and keeps that soft skin shaded on sunny days. Pattern design provides options for a face-framing, brimmed bonnet and a stylish, angled cap. Both styles are designed to be lined so they are fully reversible for two bonnets in one. Both also have option of coordinating fabric ties or bias tape for additional looks. Bonnet is one size fits most babies 3-12 months. Pattern includes detailed instructions, supply list and helpful tips with color photos. As with all PDF patterns, before printing, make sure the printer setting is not "Scale to Page", so the pattern prints to the proper size. The Emmeline bonnet pattern is copyrighted by Sew Can Do. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be sold, copied or otherwise distributed to others. The sale of bonnets using this pattern is prohibited. This listing is for a digital PDF pattern only. Bonnet is not included with this listing. Since this is an emailed pattern, all sales are final. There is no refund or exchange available with this product. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY If you can sew a straight line you can make this bonnet! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size fits 3-12 months

Supplies Needed

  • Two 1/4 yds of fabric
  • 1-2 yds of double fold bias tape
  • Basic sewing notions (scissors, pins, marking pen/chalk)

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Sew Can Do
Sew Can Do
I'm a self-taught designer, craft lover and mom of 3. I love creating out-of-the-ordinary designs using budget friendly materials and easy to do techniques. My goal is to make patterns that are easy to follow and fun to use. I'm into sewing, decorating, paper crafting, tasty treats and trying unusual materials. I share more of my crafting ideas, tutorials & adventures on my blog, Sew Can Do (sewcando.com).