Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat

Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat

Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat
Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat

"This adorable pixie style crochet hat combines the look of a bonnet with the function of a beanie. It is designed using Unique Yarn by Lion Brand Yarns in Mirage. It combines simple dc and sc stitches for this super cute look. This Unique Pixie Bonnet Style Hat is super easy to make and will make a cute winter ready hat for your little one and comes in sizes small to large; perfect for small children."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge9 sts and 5 rows= 4”

Finished SizeSmall (1-2 yrs) - 18"; Medium (2-5 yrs) - 19"; Large (5-7 yrs) - 20"

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The Pixie Bonnet Style Hat has sizing for a kiddo up to the ages of 5-7. I like the braided strings hanging down the side. You just take your strands of yarn and attach like you would fringe. Then you separate the strands and braid them! The color choice is so pretty and fairy/pixie. It is such a cute hat when you want something a little bit more than a sluch or classic beanie.

I had been looking for a bonnet style hat that might be good for older kids, but only found baby bonnets. Im so happy to have found this one! We have a crop of babies in the family right now, but theyre all boys! I love that little Pixie detail at the top of the hat, and Im adding this pattern to my collection right now.

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