A knit baby bonnet pattern in worsted weight yarn! A quick intermediate level project or for a seasoned beginner wanting to practice some stranded colorwork. These make perfect gifts for baby showers or your own little ones! There can never be too many bonnets for any baby, am I right?
This worsted weight baby bonnet starts out with some rows of ribbing, and then a two color stranded pattern, worked in stockinette stitch. The edges eventually are joined together to finish up the bonnet knitting in the round. I use a crochet hook to add the ties and finish up the bottom edge. You can use either double pointed needles throughout the whole project or circular needles, or switch out between them both as you desire.
I always think the funnest part of using multiple yarns in a project is picking out the colors! I recommend using Magnolia and Oak Fibers worsted weight hand dyed alpaca yarn for this fun project.