Monday, April 4, 2011

Easter Bonnet

I'm sorry guys. There have already been so many pictures of this bonnet here.

But...I am posting it again! It's almost Easter after all and in case you are new to my blog and were in need of a bonnet pattern (like I was when I created it) I wanted to mention it.

Plus, selfishly-- I really miss this little baby girl and her soft little arms. I like to look back at her sweet little baby self.

The bonnet is adjustable and I had originally said it fit 6-24 months but I have had people make it and tell me it fits their older girls (5 or 6) too.

Here area few photos of my baby girl so you can see the progression of how it fits at different ages:

Around 11 months old

Same bonnet (and shirt as it turns out) 15 months old:

Same bonnet 2 years old:
(and desperately in need of an iron! please excuse the wrinkles)

So my baby girl is now almost 3 years old and it still fits her, but goodness help me...I can't get her to put it on for a photo.

Anyway, the pattern is available in my Etsy shop if you'd like to make one for your little girl. It's really easy to sew...totally doable if you are a new sewer.

I am thinking of making a new one for my little girl--in white linen. Her birthday happens to fall on Easter this year so I'd say that calls for an extra special outfit!


  1. my goodness she is adorable! I just love the bonnet!

  2. Oh so cuuuuuuute! Squishy little babies in bonnets are the best! (Why oh why didn't I get a squishy baby!?! I got a runt. Sigh) The bonnet is soooo adorable! How on earth do you get her to keep it on!?! And I still can't get over your pictures. The lighting is perfection!

  3. Can't wait to see her in her new little outfit. Are you girls matching this year?OX, Mom

  4. i also like looking at her baby pictures. i can't believe she's almost 3! and i'm missing her birthday for the first time... so sad. and of course, you know i love that bonnet.

  5. Your pictures are absolutely breathtaking.....and I seriously love your blog. It is amazing!

  6. Adorable bonnet and such an adorable face. x

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