Multiple sizes, to fit pre-teens to the largest adult hands. Work sideways, flat. The gusseted thumb is created through the use of German Short rows. If you’ve never used them before, you’ll find them easier to work – and easier to make tidy – than the usual warp & turn. I’ve included a tutorial.
A baby bonnet using the most special of yarns, for the most special of babies.
This pattern is suitable for knitters with a little experience. The bonnet is worked seamlessly, in the manner of a sock heel turn.
The perfect second Brioche project, designed to build your confidence with increasing and decreasing.
A full explanation of Brioche stitches is included.
It’s a relatively quick knit, using only 1 ball of Noro Kureyon – Silk Garden would be an excellent substitute – and half a skein of Cascade 220, or similar.