So here's the run through of the patterns used
Available from: Sirdar stockists
Price: Paper patterns always seem to vary depending on where you go, but usually somewhere around £3
I borrowed this pattern from a friend of mine who I used to work with, so I'm afraid that I can't be more specific about how to find it, but I can tell you one thing that will save you a small headache... When you come to work this design, you would do well to cast on and work both fronts and back pieces as one up to the shoulders. Seaming that lace was a nightmare! I loved the pattern, it was a delight to work and I think I need to make one in every size, but I won't be doing those side seams EVER again! Nope. No way. No how! You couldn't PAY me enough to do it! That's how fiddly they were. Just save yourself the heartache and cast on all three pieces at once and use a stitch marker where the seams go. The pattern is so easy to follow that you should have no problems with it.
Designer: Marjolein Loomans
Pattern: Little Princess Bonnet
Available from: Ravelry
Price: Free download
Now this pattern is origionally designed so the brim is in a second colour and turns up, there's also a flower embelishment to go with it. I excluded the flower and made the brim ribbed rather than turned simply because I want to be sure it stays on the head better.
Once again, this was a delightful pattern to work, but it has an error in it! The crown shaping does not add up. I made size 3-6m which stated that I needed 70 stitches on my needles, but the crown shaping somehow only had 68 before the decreases so I had to improvise a little bit, but not enough to detract from the joy of knitting this in one evening!
Pattern: Yet to be named
Available from: comming soon on this blog
I sat down one evening with my yarn and started knitting. These booties are what I came up with. They're knit in the round and can be done with one or two colours. I plan to work up a few more examples, but you will be able to find the pattern on my free patterns page shortly. It's up at the top of this blog or just click the link.