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Friday, May 25, 2012

Pixie Bonnet Pattern



Hello friends!
It's that time again! This is the May pattern for my "Pattern a Month" challenge.
This sweet little Pixie bonnet is very quick and easy to make and uses very little yarn, so it's a great stash buster and perfect as a last minute gift for a new arrival :-)
You can find this pattern on Ravelry HERE and if you don't fancy making your own, you can find the finished bonnets in my online store HERE


Baby Pixie Hat

Size: 0-3m (Finished size when laid flat: 15cm tall, 14cm deep)
Materials:
4.5mm crochet hook
60m (65yds) 8 ply or DK yarn
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.

Tension/Gauge
15 stitches & 8 rows to 10cm (4")

Abbreviations (British/Australian crochet terms used throughout with U.S. terms in parenthesis): 
ch = chain
st or sts = stitch or stitches
sl st = slip stitch
dc (sc) = double crochet (single crochet)
htr (hdc) = half treble (half double crochet)
tr (dc) = treble (double crochet)
Pattern:
Note: Bonnet is worked from the front (face) edge, with simple shaping and increases to create the "Pixie" point at the back of the hat.

Ch 48.
Row 1: 1tr (dc) into 4th ch from hook, 1tr (dc) in each st to end. (46sts)
Row 2-5: 2ch [to count as 1htr (hdc) through out pattern], 1tr (dc) in each st to end.
Row 6: 1ch [to count as 1 dc (sc)], 1dc (sc) in each of next 2 sts, 1htr (hdc) in each of next 2 sts, 1 tr (dc) in each st until 5 sts remain, 1htr (hdc) in each of next 2 sts, 1dc (sc) in each st to end. (46sts)
Row 7: 2ch, 1tr (dc) in each of next 21 sts, 2tr (dc) in each of next 2 sts, 1tr (dc) in each st to end. (48sts)
Row 8: 2ch, 1tr (dc) in each of next 22 sts, 2tr (dc) in each of next 2 sts, 1tr (dc) in each st to end. (50sts).
Row 9: 1ch [to count as 1 dc (sc)], 1dc (sc) in each of next 2 sts, 1htr (hdc) in each of next 2 sts, 1tr (dc) in each of next 19 sts, 2tr in each of next 2 sts, 1 tr (dc) in each st until 5 sts remain, 1htr (hdc) in each of next 2 sts, 1dc (sc) in each st to end. (52sts)
Row 10: 2ch, 1tr (dc) in each of next 24 sts, 2tr (dc) in each of next 2 sts, 1tr (dc) in each st to end. (54sts).
Row 11: 1ch [to count as 1 dc (sc)], 1dc (sc) in each of next 2 sts, 1htr (hdc) in each of next 2 sts, 1tr (dc) in each of next 21 sts, 2tr in each of next 2 sts, 1 tr (dc) in each st until 5 sts remain, 1htr (hdc) in each of next 2 sts, 1dc (sc) in each st to end. (56sts)

Next you will join the back seam, which is the working edge, of your bonnet. This is done by folding your bonnet in half (bringing the end of the row to the beginning of the row) and working a sl st into the back loop only of both sides all the way along the back seam, now turn your hat in the other way so that the sl st seam will be on the inside of the hat.  Fasten off. 
Circle Ties:
4 ch. 11tr into 4th ch from hook, join with sl st in ch #4 at the beginning of your disc. Ch 55, join with sl st to front corner or chin of your bonnet. 
Make another tie the same, joining it to the other side of your bonnet using a sl st.
Weave in ends & you're finished!

You can also find a few other variations for this Pixie Bonnet that another blogger has posted on her blog HERE. It is in Dutch but you can easily use Google Translate to translate it to English :-)

Copyright is held by the author (SharaLambethDesigns). Copyright remains that of the author at all times. The pattern is for personal use only. Reproduction of this pattern in anyway (electronic, email, photocopying, transcribing etc) is strictly prohibited, except with the explicit permission of the author. Please do not sell the pattern or the finished product that is made using this pattern without permission of the author, as this is a direct infringement of the copyright laws protecting this pattern. Also please be aware that copyright laws vary from country to country (sometimes even from state to state), I am Australian, in Australia, therefore my patterns are protected by Australian copyright laws. This copyright protection still stands no matter what country the item is made in or who makes it. Thank you!!
If you do want to sell the bonnets you make using this pattern at a market, craft fair or in your online store please do ask, as in most cases I will give permission :-)
And please feel free to make as many bonnets as you can, to donate to your local charities. Ask at your local hospital's maternity ward as they often love to have warm hats for new arrivals on hand :-)



82 comments:

sister outlaws said...

Very very sweet! A little pixie baby! Great idea for a gift! I'm a real stickler for babies wearing hats - maybe that's because I like knitting and crocheting???!

Shara said...

Thank you :-)
I don't think there are too many thing cuter than a baby wearing a snuggly wooly hat! I love making them too :-)

Theresa said...

It's a very cute hat but the instructions were rather confusing. I don't understand how you got that cone shape at the top. Mine came out as a tube, so I modified it and made square corners on both right and left sides. Thanks anyway! It's a great baby shower gift

Shara said...

Hello Theresa, thank you for the message. I'm sorry you found the pattern a little confusing. I'd love to be able to help you with it. I'm not sure how you got a tube, were you perhaps attempting to work in the round rather than flat, back & fourth in rows? Let me know, so I can clarify anything for you :-) Also, if you're interested, you might like to see the hats other people have made using this pattern on Ravelry :-)

Theresa said...

I figured it out! The other pictures on Ravelry were very helpful. You said stitch up the back seam and I didn't realize which seam that was (I'm new at this). I assumed the "working edge" was the left/right sides of the rectangle. I'll try it again next time a new baby shows up in my life. Thanks again!

Shara said...

Yay! I'm really glad the pictures were helpful. I hoped they would be :-)

hanna said...

I've been looking for the perfect pixie bonnet pattern for a certain sparkly yarn I have. Thanks for a wonderful pattern. I don't have time to make many, but would you mind if I sold one or two of the finished products at an upcoming craft fair? The fair benefits our local chapter of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers).

Thanks!
Hanna
McMinnville, OR

Shara said...

Hello Hanna :-) I'm glad you like the bonnet pattern. I'm happy for you to use this pattern to make done bonnets to sell at the Craft Fair :-) Thank you for taking the time to ask :-)

Starf1owr said...

I love this pattern and have made several of these hats for my friends children and my own daughter. I was wondering if you would mind if I sold a few finished ones to my colleagues at work? I crochet all of the time and am looking to support my yarn habit, lol.

Shara said...

Hello Starflower :-) I'm really glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) And thank you for taking the time to write and ask :-) I'm happy for you to sell your finished hats to your colleagues and friends :-) I'm also happy to enabling your yarn habit ;-)

Allison said...

Hi Shara! I love this hat! I've made a couple for a baby shower gift and a larger one for my 2yo daughter, so cute! Would you mind if I sold these? Thanks!

Shara said...

Hello Allison, Thank you for your lovely comment :-) I'm glad you're enjoying using the pattern! I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern to friends or in an online store such as Etsy, or at craft fairs/markets. If you're selling them online, please be sure to include a note in the item description stating where the pattern is from. I realise it's a bit tricky to label things as such when you're selling them at fairs/markets etc, so there no need to do it in that situation :-) Thank you very much for taking the time to write and ask!!
Have a fabulous weekend!!

wan2BAmom said...

Thank you for sharing this pattern! I love how simple it is! Is it ok for me to sell some of my finished products? For every hat I sell I make one or two preemie & newborn hats for the NICU babies at our local hospital.

Shara said...

Hello Wan2BAMom, I'm glad you like the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern to your friends and family, at local craft fairs and/or in your online store, such as Etsy :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask. And I'm glad you're making hats for your local maternity ward!! :-)

ladykiller022 said...

I love this hat! I'm a new hairdresser and its slow here, so I crochet items and sell them at a local shop. Would it be OK if I sell the ones I make? I put tags on everything I make to give the author of the pattern credit, so I'll put your name and whatever else you would like me to put on it if its OK with you.

Thanks!
Emily
Plymouth, IN

VictrolaVikxen said...

Hi, I love this pattern (and so many of your others!) and have made it for the little ones but I've had lots of the older kids and even friends and family members asking for ones for themselves - do you have any advice on how the pattern could be enlarged to teen/adult size?

Shara said...

Hell VictrolaVikxen, I'm glad you're enjoying the patterns :-) In the not too distant future I will be making a pattern for various sizes of this hat, as I have had many, many requests :-)
I'm currently on vacation & writing this from my phone, so when I return I'll write a more informative explanation on how you can up-size the pattern yourself is you like :-)

Shara said...

Hello Emily :-) I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern. Yes, I'm happy for you to still the hats you make from this pattern in your local shop :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask!

yagottahaveahobby.com said...

Great pattern! I made this in a matter of an hour for my good friend's baby. I'm going to do a blog on it and link back to your pattern. So, so adorable, very clear, very easy. Thanks for this!

Michelle Hargreaves said...

Hi Shara! I'm back again. Since making one of these for my friend's baby, I've had two other friends ask if they could pay me to make one each for their sisters who are pregnant. I don't have a shop or anything, I just crochet for friends & for fun. Would that be okay with you? Thanks for your reply!

Shara said...

Hello Michelle :-) I'm really happy that you & your friends are enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to make some hats for your friends to buy :-) And I really appreciate you taking the time to write & ask :-) Have a wonderful weekend!

iCrochet said...

Hi Shara, I love love love your pattern! I made a few variations on it, which I put on my blog (in dutch). I also made a link to your post. http://icrochetstuff.blogspot.nl/2013/03/roodkapjes-muts.html (use Google translate). Are you ok with this?

Shara said...

Hallo, yes this is fine if you have added your variations to your blog in Dutch. Your little hats look lovely :-)
I have added a link to your blog post to this blog post :-)
Dank je wel :-)

damneddivinity said...

Oh wow shara its beautiful. Do you have a pattern for adult sized?

Nat said...

This is beautiful. I am a member of Castlemaine (Vic) CWA. On the 23rd, 24th, 25th May we are hosting "Beanie Affair" in Castlemaine. I am looking for patterns I can use to make and sell the items at the Beanie Affair, with 25% of the sale going to the Castlemaine CWA. Would you allow me to make some of these cuties to sell. Maybe you'd like to enter some of your sensational beanies...if so let us know at castlemainecwa@gmail.com Certainly come and visit. Cheers

Shara said...

Hello Nat, I'm glad you like the pattern :-) I'm very happy for you to make & sell some bonnets using this pattern for the Beanie Affair :-) I'm actually already working on a bunch of beanies for the Beanie Affair myself! Very excited :-) I'll also be in Castlemaine the weekend of the Beanie Affair and I'm really looking forward to seeing everyone else's creations :-)

Tabitha said...

Hello Shara! Thank you for sharing such a terrific pattern! I love finding patterns that are well written and work up just the way they are suppose to (I have found many that don't!). I also really appreciate you taking the time to include the US terms inside the pattern, it makes it so much easier to keep track while working (I tend to get "in the zone" and just do what's written, and forget the change in terms).

I was wondering if you would allow me to post photos and potentially sell my finished product on my online store (with credit given of course). Thank you so much for your consideration!

Shara said...

Hello Tabitha :-) I'm glad that you're enjoying the pattern and I really appreciate your feedback!
I'm happy for you to post photos or your finished hats and for you to sell the hats you make in your online shop :-) If you leave a link or even a little note saying where the pattern is from in the item description then that is fine :-)
And thank you very much for taking the time to write and ask!! :-)

Jessica Pollard said...

I've been looking for an easy bonnet pattern for a while now and this one was super easy and it's just adorable. I have an etsy shop that I recently opened up and would love to be able to sell the finished bonnet there and have a link to your blog or ravelry page at the bottom to give credit. Also wondering if it would be okay to send a few to a photographer to use as her props when she shoots newborns. If not, I completely understand. Still a beautiful hat!
Thanks so much

Jess
CrochetForMaddie

Shara said...

Hello Jess :-) I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern in your Etsy store, all I ask is that you include a quick note in the item description stating where the pattern is from :-) I'm also happy for you to make some for use as props for a photographer as well, what a lovely idea :-) Thank you much for taking the time to write and ask, I really appreciate it! And congratulations on opening up your Etsy store, it's a wonderful adventure!! :-)

Mrs. RP2(SW) said...

Hi I came across your pixie bonnet pattern and wanted to make some for my shop to sell in different styles and colors...I read your rules and was wondering if you would give me permission.  Thank you

Jessi maxwell

Ps I will be sending some overseas as well to a orphanage for the babies there

Mufghett said...

Hi there. When working rows 2-5, do you miss the first treble/dc or do you stitch into it? The bit about creating the hdc is confusing me a bit.
Cheers in advance.

Shara said...

Hello Mufghett :-) The 2ch at the beginning of these rows counts as the first stitch so you don't need to stitch into the very 1st stitch :-) I hope that clears things up :-) Let me know if you have any questions and I'll be happy to help :-)

brandin bishop said...

I would love to have the opportunity to sell these adorable hats and will gladly spread ur name to others if u will allow it! Love, misty bishop

Shara said...

Hello Misty, Thank you for your message :-) I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the little hats you make using this pattern. All I ask is that if you are selling them online (Etsy, Ebay, Facebook, etc) that you add a quick note to the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) I realise it's a little bit difficult to label items as such when you're selling them at a market or fair so there's no need to do it in those cases :-)
Have fun!! :-)

Monique Holden said...

Thank you for creating this beautiful pattern!! I currently make baby blankets for a support group specializing in loss of children/ babies. I was wondering if you'd give me permission to sell the hats giving you full credit for the pattern. To help off set the cost of the yarn I use to make these blankets. If not, that's ok too. Please continue to create these fabulous patterns!!

Shara said...

Hello Monique :-) I'm glad you like the pattern and that you want to use it for such an important cause :-) I'm happy for you to sell that hats you make using this pattern. All I ask is that if you sell them via any online venue (Etsy, eBay, Craftsy, Facebook, etc) that you add a quick note to the item description saying where the pattern is from. I realise it's a little difficult to label items as such when you're selling at a market or fair, so there's no need to do it in these circumstances :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask, I really appreciate it :-) Keep up the great work!

Tina Fitz said...

Hi, I love your pattern! I was wondering if you would mind if I sell a couple hats I've made with this pattern at a local craft fair. I fully intend to give you full credit for the pattern design. Thanks again for sharing such a fun, easy pattern! Best, Tina

Shara said...

Hello Tina :-) I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the little hats you make using this pattern at a craft fair. All I ask is that if you decide to sell them via an online venue that you add a quick note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from. I realise it's a bit difficult to label items as such when selling at a craft fair, so it's not necessary I'm these circumstances :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask, I really appreciate it :-)

knittingplug said...

Hi Shara,
I really love this bonnet, it's so sweet.
I would like to make one in a size 3-6mths,do you have a pattern for this size?
Many thanks
Jo

emily said...

Hello! Thanks so much for sharing this pattern, I love it!
I've been making it using chunky yarn and a larger hook for my 10 month old daughter (and a couple of her baby friends!)
I'm new to your blog and am really enjoying it, I'm planning to try a couple of your other patterns too! Thanks again!

ECbran said...

Love the pattern, just made the first one fory daughter. Would you mind if I sold a couple I'm my shop? I'll be sure to include where the pattern came from. Thanks in advance!

Shara said...

Hello Ecbran :-) I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the bonnets you make using this pattern in your online store, just put a quick note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) And thank you for taking the time to write and ask, I really do appreciate it :-) Have a wonderfully crafty day :-)

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Terri Stauner said...

Cute bonnet! I just finished one & paired it up with some booties for a Christmas set & would like to post them on our on-line store, giving you the pattern credit of course.

Shara said...

Hello Terri, that sounds like a very sweet set for Christmas :-) I'm happy for you to sell it in your online store, just put a quick note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Thank you very much for taking the time to write and ask, I really appreciate it :-)

Melissa Stevens said...

Thank you for such a lovely pattern! Could I sell the finished bonnets on etsy please?

Fluff Girl said...

Hi, first off, I love your pattern... I made one for a friend, who also loved it!!
I've recently starting selling some things I make & have been asked about this hat! It would only be through my Facebook page!! Would that be okay?

Shara said...

Hello Fluff Girl, thank you for your lovely message :-) I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern on your Facebook page, just put a quick note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Thank you!

Fluff Girl said...

Thank you, I've put a link up leading to your blog & the pattern.. I do it with all the patterns I make, credit where it's due! :) it's an amazing wee hat, looks really cute! I plan on making a bigger one for my own daughter, would have to be in pink for her as apparently no other colour exists! Lol
Thanks again!!

Shara said...

Oh, how wonderful :-) Thank you :-) I'd love to check out your fb page :-) Want to share the link? :-)

Fluff Girl said...

Sure thing! I've just started it up over the weekend, so is still a work in progress! :)

https://www.facebook.com/Fluffhook

Miranda said...

I was wonderin if you could help me figure out how to make this bigger for a 1 year old? Thank you :)

Shara said...

Hello Miranda :-) There are a few things you could try to upsize this bonnet. One is to use a thicker yarn and larger hook. And the other way is to add a few extra stitches in the beginning chain and do several more rows. This might take a little bit of experimentation. but if you know how big the hat needs to be to fit a one year old (either by measuring the childs head, or measuring a hat that already fits, and what your gauge/tension is you will be able to calculate how many stitches/rows you need :-)

Miranda said...

Thank you I will try :) She has a small head 47 cm in circumference.

Amigurumi Torino said...

What a lovely bonnet!! It's too cute!! Also you are very generous letting people to sell them.
I may be mistaken, as your pattern seems very popular and nobody has commented anything about it, but I think there is a mistake in row 7. Shouldn't it be 1tr in each of next 22 sts instead of 21? If we have 46 sts in row 6, then it should be 22+22+2 (the ones with the increases)=46. right?

janjan said...

I have been asked to make some hats as props for a photographer, this pattern is perfect, i usually design my own crochet patterns but I'm a bit all hatted out at the moment and no matter what I do I just can't get mine to go right. Yours is perfect.m Pretty please.... May i have permission to sell the finished hat. I probably won't make anymore than 6 and I would love to sing your praises as the designer.

Jan

Shara said...

Hello Jan :-) I'm really glad you like the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the little hats you make from this pattern, all I ask is that if you sell them in an online venue such as Etsy, eBay, Facebook, etc, that you add a quick note to the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask, I really do appreciate it :-) Have a wonderful day, Shara

janjan said...

Thanks Shara, when i get my finger out i'll get my facebook and etsy shop up and running. At present its just private sales. I'm more than happy to promote your patterns. I love them.

Jessica Kauffmann said...

Hey Shara,

Thank you so much for this incredibly easy and fun pattern! Would it be okay if I sell a few of these on my little etsy shop? I will add a link to your blog on it.

My son loves this hat. He is actually sitting next to me right now chewing on the strands! I will get a cute pic and post the link to it a little later on!

Jessica Kauffmann said...

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=599932050097983&set=pcb.599932106764644&type=1&theater

Hopefully you can see this!

Shara said...

Awwwwww, Jessica that picture is SO sweet!!! Thank you so much for sharing it :-) In happy for yountonsell the hats you make using this pattern in your Etsy shop :-) Just put it little note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Have a wonderful weekend!

mummaandmila said...

Hey I was wondering if you could help me figure out how to make it big enough to fit my 2 yr old.....I haven't tried to make it yet :)

Shara said...

Thank you for taking the time to write and leave feedback :-) The pattern is correct on Row 7. When you do the 2ch at the beginning if the row this counts at your first hdc, so the final stitch count includes this as a stitch :-) Hopefully that clears things up a but :-) There is a note in Rows 2-5 explaining this :-) Please let me know if you have any questions and I will be happy to help :-) P.S. Sorry for the delayed reply, I'm not sure how I missed your comment! :-)

Shara said...

Hello mummaandmila :-) thank you for your message :-) There are a few things you could try to upsize this bonnet. One is to use a thicker yarn and larger hook. And the other way is to add a few extra stitches in the beginning chain and do several more rows. This might take a little bit of experimentation. but if you know how big the hat needs to be to fit a 2 year old (either by measuring the childs head, or measuring a hat that already fits) and what your gauge/tension is you will be able to calculate how many stitches/rows you will need to make the correct size hat. Your starting chain needs to be an even number. When adding extra rows (to add depth to the hat) add them on the plain rows that don't have shaping at the beginning and end of the row, and you will need to add these extra rows before you start the pixie peak shaping (in the centre of the rows to make the point on top of the hat) otherwise you will end up with a VERY big "point" on the top of the hat and it might look a bit odd instead of cute :-) I hope this is helpful :-)

mummaandmila said...

Ahh I'll try again lol
may I sell any hats I make?
And do you think it may be too big the measurements I got were 17cm for the point, 15cm for the front and 14cm deep (across)?

Shara said...

hello Mummaandmila :-) I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern. If you are selling them via an online venue (Etsy, Ebay, Facebook, etc) all I ask is that you add a quick note letting people know where the pattern is from :-) I realise it's a little bit difficult to label items like this when you're selling them at a craft fair or market etc, so it's not necessary to do that in that instance :-)
Regarding the sizing of the hats you may find this excellent chart helpful, I refer to it a lot as it's very detailed: http://www.tottoppers.com/sizing/ Hopefully this is helpful! :-)

Jessica K said...

Love how easy this pattern is! I made one with a thinner yarn so it ended up smaller then I thought it should be but I know how to fix that :).
Would it be OK to sell these once I get the sizing down? Thank you for your awesome pattern!

Shara said...

Hello Jessica :-) Im really glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) Im happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern. The only thing I ask is that if you're selling them online (Etsy, eBay, Facebook, etc) you add a quick note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Also, regarding sizing, if you use the yarn specified in the pattern (8 ply/DK/Light Worsted Weight) you will get a hat that fits a newborn to 3 months, but if you use a heavier yarn (10 ply/12 ply/Aran/Worsted weight yarn you will get approximately a 6-12m size hat :-) I hope that helps! :-)

Karen Berezansky said...

I was also asked by a photographer to make your pixie hat. She just loves the long point. Would it be okay with you if I sell the finished product that I make using your pattern? I also have an Etsy shop and if I do end up selling it there, I'd be happy to post a link back to your site. Thank you so much for your kind consideration.

Shara said...

Hello Karen :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask :-) I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern. All I ask is that if you decide to sell them in an online venue such as Etsy, eBay, Facebook, etc, that you add a note to the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Enjoy!

Jessica said...

Hi! Love this pixie hat! I was wondering if you would give me permission to sell completed items I have made using your pattern. Thank you.

Shara said...

Hello Jessica :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask, I really appreciate it :-) I'm happy for you to sell the hats you make using this pattern at local craft fairs/markets etc, to local boutiques, and online (Etsy, EBay, Facebook etc). All I ask is that if you're selling them online that you add a quick note to the item description letting people know where the pattern is from. I realise its a bit difficult to label items as such when you're selling them at a fair/in a store, so there's no need to in those circumstances :-) Thanks again and I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-)

Jessica said...

Thanks so much!

Miss Jasminoides said...

Hi Shara, thanks for the pattern! Mine didnt turn out so pointy at the top for some reason, but otherwise good. Did you ever end up making patterns for bigger sizes? Or do you have any ideas of how I would go about adjusting the pattern to make for kids and adults?
Thanks :)

Rachel Wade said...

Hi, what a fab pattern! I've just made it for a friend who is due next week, I think she'll love it! Would it be ok to make another one for my etsy shop? Obviously I'll credit the pattern back to yourself and thanks again for a great hat pattern.

Shara said...

Hello Rachel �� I'm glad you're enjoying the pattern :-) I'm happy for you to sell the little hats you make using this pattern in your Etsy shop, just put a quick note in the item description letting people know where the pattern is from :-) Thank you for taking the time to write and ask permission, I really appreciate it :-) Have a lovely day!

Cheryl Rice said...

Shara I forgot to request a notification. I love your designs. This pixie hat is the cutest on the web.I would like to attempt the pattern and if successful sell to ky friends, Christmas bizarre and charity fundraisers. Thank you for sharing this with all of us

Amanda said...

Hello Shara, lovely bonnet.Thank you for taking the time to make these patterns. May I please sell some at local craft fairs?

Shara said...

Hello Cheryl :-) Thank you for your message, sorry for my slow reply! I'm happy for you to sell the items you make from my patterns to your friends, at crafts fairs, Christmas bazaar etc :-) All I ask is that if you decide to sell them online as well, that you add a quick note to the item description letting people know where the pattern is from. Thank you for taking the time to write and ask permission, I really appreciate it!

Shara said...

Hello Amanda :-) I'm glad you're enjoying my patterns :-) I'm happy for you to sell the items you make from my patterns to your friends, family, at craft fairs/markets and online. :-) All I ask is that if you decide to sell them online as well, that you add a quick note to the item description letting people know where the pattern is from. Thank you for taking the time to write and ask permission, I really appreciate it!

smk52 said...

Adorable!! Thank you for sharing, I can't wait to get started.