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March 02, 2011


Devon Hanna

Those are are going to have the most beautiful dress child around..

Natalie VV

Rather sweet?
No, they are fully, totally sweet. And I am wishing they came in a size that would fit, say a six year old *baby*, or child-like woman of about forty-something years.


These are so, so cute! I love the secret fun of the linings.

Whitney Marie

Oh, I love this so much!! I've had babies on the brain the past few days--my brother & his wife are trying to have one, and my husband & I want to start trying soon too. I foresee lots of these sweet little bonnets in my future...


oh you give me baby fever... xo


Those are undeniably cute! All your variations are so nice!


these are really darling, Alicia!
- they remind me of the ones my mother had for us in the 50's. I had a quilty patchwork version for my own little ones in the 80's. so comfy, warm and easy to wear. I do look forward to making one of yours someday for a grandbaby!

Melissa P

I love the simplicity. Heirloom without the fuss.


It is absolutely gorgeous. I wish my daughter would wear hats, I would have made her two or three of these

anna dorothy

Indeed...very sweet. i can't wait to have a little one to dress and love. i will definitely come back to this little bonnet! i can just imagine it around a little round baby face!


They are so sweet and I love all the different colour combinations!
Vivienne x

Senora H-B

Heaven help me, that is the sweetest thing I've ever seen. Purchased and downloaded, thankyouverymuch.

Jodi Anderson

Rather sweet? Rather VERY!


Such sweet simplicity -- I LOVE these!

sharon from farm and fru fru

very very them!

Susan M.

Oh adorable! It would be lovely to have a pinafore pattern with embroidery designs to match. No pressure! :)
PS I think for a boy I would make a fabric strap to go across the chin instead of a ribbon. But that's me.

Jessie Heninger

You are dangerous for my baby fever!


Amazed by your talent, everytime!
So wonderful. I immediately want to read fairy-tales about girls in red bonnets!

Mel Mel

Hmmm... do you think a cat or a dog would wear it? Don't have a baby but I have a serious desire to make one of these! LoL!


They are completly amazing! I wish these had been available before my baby was born last week, I'd have made him one. I may have to drop a few hints around my Mum!


Absolutely gorgeous. We have large headed noggins on the babies in our family, so the largest will be just a tish too small for my two year old. I would even put this on my six year old if there was a larger pattern, hint, hint :)They really are gorgeous, well done!


oh my goodness, your bonnets are just adorable, I wish my lovelies were little again.
i adore your blog, it never fails to brighten my day,


You've been BUSY! They are just too sweet, I love the embroidery!


Sweetest thing I've seen in a long time.


Absolutely exquisite! I need a little girl baby to make one for. Although I like Natalie VV's idea of one for a child-like forty-something-ish woman. Mel Mel, what about for a teddy bear? The juices are flowing. Alicia, you are very inspiring!

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