Bootlegger's Bonnet - Knitting Pattern for Baby-Adult
A modern take using the classic cloche silhouette, the Bootleggers Bonnet is a simple and iconic hat that can take you from season to season. The brim is meant to be worn low on the forehead, creating an aire of mystery to the wearer. A subtle zig zag stitch band and accent play up the art deco theme. Knit one up in wool for the winter and a cotton blend for warmer months.
You can attach the embellishment to the left side but traditionally decorative items are on the right side. Typically, these hats are worn low on the forehead, covering the eyes, making the wearer throw their head back, peering snootily down their nose. You can have fun and peer snootily as much or as little as you wish!
- Written in English, using American abbreviations and terms , *US Imperial Measurement , *Sized baby, toddler, child, teen, adult , *Skill Level Beginner who can knit in the round
Materials you need at home:
- 120-180 yds worsted weight yarn , *US7 circular (and/or DPN) , *5 stitch markers , *fun button , *180 yards of Worsted weight
The Eli Monster
Steph began sewing as a small child. As an adult, she combined that knowledge of sewing with her enthusiasm for human factors and ergonomics to create sewing patterns that are both beautiful and well fitting. The Eli Monster’s patterns break down intimidating techniques into smaller steps to walk even absolute beginners through each pattern. The Eli Monster combines the look of vintage with modern, time saving techniques.