Learn how to make a simple, sweet, & reversible baby bonnet!
This throw-back baby bonnet is easy to make and so cute on. Its reversibility means you can make it to match any outfit for your little one. You can see it pictured below on my 6 month old...
What you will need:
2 exterior fabrics (fat quarter in size)
Muslin for the interior
Ribbon for the ties
Cut out provided template.
Using the template provided, trace the pattern on to the RIGHT side of one of your exterior fabric and the muslin.
For the other exterior fabric trace the pattern onto the WRONG side of the fabric.
Cut out all three.
Referring to the template line up side A with side B and pin in place on both sides.
Referring to the template stitch along the suggested dotted guidelines. Repeat this step and previous step for the muslin and additional exterior fabric.
Cut the ribbon into to pieces each 10" long. Place the ribbon on an angle in the location of the "x" on the pattern provided. Pin it in place.
Repeat for additional side.
Place muslin against the WRONG side of one of the exterior fabrics. Place exterior fabrics RIGHT sides together and pin around all edges. Leaving a 2" gap at the bottom of the bonnet stitch a 1/4" seam around all edges.
Placing your fingers into the 2" whole that was left unstitched pull the fabric through, turning the pattern right side out.
Iron down the fabric around all the edges and stitch an 1/8" seam around all edges.
1/8" seam shown here.
Lastly finish off the ribbon by folding under the unfinished edges twice and stitch in place.
Hope you enjoyed this little pattern as much as I did. Let me know by commenting below!
Print the pattern below and scale to size using the inch and centimeter guidelines provided.