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Knitted Baby Bonnet Pattern

Updated on September 23, 2013

Free Knitting Pattern :: Fancy Baby Bonnet

This adorable vintage baby bonnet pattern is knitted. Most of the baby cap patterns I find are for crochet. I'm happy to share this treasure with you for that special baby you're stitching for. This sweet little bonnet is from the 1940s. You'll find the link to the pattern down in the next section.

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A 1930s Baby Shower Game

NAMING THE TWINS: Divide guests into two groups and ask each to give a baby's name, either boy or girl. To the name given the player opposite much give a "twin" name. Failure to do so puts a player "out." Another way to play this game is to ask guests to make lists of "twins" names. The lists are given to the honor-guest to "pick from," and the prize goes to the writer of the longest list.

Free Knitted Lace Baby Cap Bonnet

A treat for that new mom and baby

SS sweet, with ribbon detail woven into the pattern. Knitted baby bonnetpatterns are rare, and this is one of my favorites. I hope you knitters enjoy this one.

For the full printable pattern, simply click on this link KNITTED BABY BONNET.

How to Knit a Baby Bonnet - Learn how to knit and crochet in just minutes.

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This is a good place to tell me what patterns you've been looking for.

Hope You Enjoy the Free Patterns - Do You Knit or Crochet?

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      babynology 4 years ago

      Thanks for sharing. I working on baby names and their meaning and origin. A website that real helps baby naming, no matter what any origins, you will get baby names of all origin in babynology.com.

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      getmoreinfo 5 years ago

      These Knitted Baby Bonnet Patterns are nice.

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      Itaya Lightbourne 6 years ago from Topeka, KS

      Very lovely knitting patterns! The baby bonnet in the photo looks so precious! I love to knit and crochet but lately have been doing the tunisian crochet. Just love that! Great article. :)

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      Nancy Carol Brown Hardin 6 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

      I love this lens. Many folks who have new additions to their family can certainly use this lens. Also, I lensrolled it to my Donating Knitted or Crocheted Items.

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      nightbear lm 6 years ago

      Sometimes the vintage patterns are even cuter than today. Great find. Blessed! and featured on my angel lens.