thank you so much for this pattern going to make some ....2 new babies on there way ....xxx
Congratulations! Hope all goes well and these are so easy too.
Such a good and easy idea, Thanks
You are welcome.
Fantastic... Beautiful baby!!
Thank you, she is almost two years old now. She is my youngest grand daughter.
This is a must try! Tx for posting the link!
You're very welcome. It will surprise you how easy it really is.
Absolutely love your baby set. Such cute ideas. Minkee is so expensive and these projects are great for a small amount. Did I miss the instructions for the duckie. He is so cute and looks easy. Thanks for sharing.
The duck was an ITH freebie,some time back,but is no longer available for free. If you look at the date my my name here it shows these instructions for this baby cap is over a year old. No matter about that, though I don't remember how long ago it was for the duck. I'm glad you liked the set and if you are fairly new, welcome to Cute!-Toogie
cute idea! You are so clever. I wish I had a baby to stitch one for. I still have a sizable stash of knit to get ride of.
We need to get together...I have everything but this kind of knit!-lol-Thanks Kay
Approx what size would it be for a kiddie and adult ones, thank you, Jean xx
Both sizes here are for newborn and infants. I haven't made any for adults using this pattern.Let me know if you do, model and let us see.
Thank you, I did make one up myself which had tied ends on the top that look like ears...lol, I like this one better!! Oh & bubby is SO cute!!!
I think you meant 'baby' and thanks, she's almost 2 years old now. I think the tied ends ones are cute too.
This is fantastic and it looks so easy to make ! Thank you very much for the instructions.
Very easy and especially quick if you don't embroider...but then that's no fun!-lol
This is ADORABLE ! ! ! Thank you so much for the pattern and instructions.
Thanks Linda. It's good someone brought it back up, so you could get it. Very simple, really.-Toogie
Hi toogie, Thankyou so much for this Baby Bonnet, Such a simple idea that has become a reality...... JUST LOVE IT........ And to think all you have to do is sew two piece on fabric together, turn right side out and the push one end inside the other. Thankyou soooooooooooo much for sharing. Regards Lorraine McNeill of South Australia
Lorraine, I can feel your energy and I sure could use some!-lol- I do hope you make some because like you say, it is so simple.-Toogie
Thank you, will try this out, Jean xx
I hope you do and show us too! You're welcome.
Outstanding. Thank you very much.
You're very welcome..enjoy!
I've just become a grandmother and this is a teriffic 'must-have'. Thank you very much :)
I am so glad you can use this and have fun being a grandmother, because that's what it's all about!
no babies around here but i might just half to try thing .Thank-you Toogie hugs carolyn
With your giving heart, I am sure you will find a baby that could use one! You're very welcome, Carolyn-Toogie
Thanks Toogie, I think there's going to be a lot of Baby hats made very soon by lots of Cuties.
Let me see if you do!!!!!
Thanks. I have made heaps of these before but they are even cuter with embroidery :)
Emb does make them special-Toogie
Loved it very nice and sweet
Thank you very much-T
Love this. Made a bunch. thank you
You're very welcome...let us see some,love looking
I just Love this pattern and your tutorial is Fabulous! Thankyou so much!!
Hugs to you!! :) from Didi x
You are very welcome.Did you make some,let us see,esp if you emb on them.-Toogie
Thank you so much for the detailed instructions. My GD is a bit over 1 month old and although our northwest weather is so much milder than what the east has experienced, I am sure this will be very useful.
Make her some soon,so she doesn't outgrow.It doesn't take long and they do grow so fast!Welcome to Cute-Toogie
These are so nice. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful project!
You're very welcome,I hope you make loads of them!-Toogie
I just love these... I sent you a pm.
You're welcome and speaking of welcome...Welcome to our Cute family,flowers1 I just gave you your 12th flower-Toogie
Great job! Thanks for the tutorial - I'll have to give it a try when I get a chance - thanks!
Doesn't take a long chance,hop to it!-lol
Thanks so much for sharing - since we don't have any more babies in this family or friends I may just embroidery them with "Princess" or "Prince" and just give away to the hospitals (that is of course when I can find time - Life just doesn't want to cooperate it keeps getting in the way of my fun)
If we just didn't have to work or sleep...just think of the possibilities!
My niece just had a baby girl February 11 and this pattern is so easy and Cuties always have so much to offer. Thanks toogle for sharing this pattern. Adalynn Rose weighed 3 lbs and 9 oz, so she's small and had a few days in the hospital. Wore her Mom and Dad out going to and fro to the hospital, but we all are extremely happy. The new generation is giving life and hope to the family. We have buried many this past year and this birth has been a blessing. In fact, we're burying an aunt Thursday this week. Sad and joy all rolled into one. Hope and sorrow, but we cope. Thanks for the joy TOOGLE!
Sorry about your loss....but estatic about Adalynn Rose! You could emb Adalynn with a small rose flower,on her brim.-Toogie
Thanks so much for sharing. I have a new grandbaby due in Oct., so I guess I can get some made by then. This is # 16. Love them but I think that's enough. Arlene
Wow,I'm floored! It doesn't take long,from start to finish,but with 15,I'm sure you don't have long.-lol-Toogie
Apart from the turned up bit this is the way I have made numerous teacosies. I like how you draw the top!
Thanks Martine.Don't you just love my 'tools of the trade'?
Thank you! I so want to try this! I have a grandbaby girl due in less than a month. As soon as I get the bedding finished, I would love to try this!
It is very easy,I am positive you will be making more than one.Best wishes to your family.
Super cute Toogie!
Have copied pattern for when I ever have grandbabies.
Using a round bowl is HIGH tech! Been using a plate of the appropriate size for years to make round corners on my overlocked baby wraps.
And it is what a good sewing teacher will tell you to use.
Yes, it is always good to have patterns on hand,never know when you may need them.
einfach super vielen Dank
Thank you so much.
Thank you, thank you, thank you and your high tech tools are the greatest!
I figured,we all had some of these tools-lol ...No need for a lg hoop,since it is simple reg sewing,and so easy.My daughter,who doesn't sew,made one.She was tickled, as pink as Nora-LOL
sew simple. thank you for sharing this wonderful pattern. Betty
You're very welcome,Betty.They are so easy,you will run out of fabric,before you want to stop.-lol-Toogie
Nice one, Toogie! Thanks!
Thank you,you have a PM
Thank you so much for taking the time to write down all the instructions with pictures...they are very clear. I will give it a try and hopefully it will come out good enough so I can make more for donation purposes. Thank you again and GOD bless you!
They will come out good and you'll be proud to donate them.That is so sweet of you.
Oh wow. It does look easy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are amazing. How in the heck did you figure out this is how it's done? Just great as yoiu can embroider names or ANYTHING on the front. I'm so amazed you did this and then you shared it with us all ! THANKS. Flowers for all !!!
The tack of a bought one came unstitched!-LOL Took me a little while to figure all I had to do was push it inside itself.Don't be amazed at anything I do, there are much smarter Cuties here.
Yay for that Bodgie stitching I say!!! I wouldn't have been able to figure it out at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YAY for you !!! Oh but I AM AMAZED !!! GREAT job! (Sorry it took me sooooooooooooo long to comment on your comment. I sometimes have pc trouble and then forget what I've written. Sorry. )
There are many talented people here too!!! AND so generous.
Thanks toogie, that's another day without housework!!! Love the simple instructions...........Ann
Go for it Ann, haven't you heard, housework is never done!
thank you-what a great idea. gonna try it in fleece for my older granddaughters! Just make sure you use the same fabric for both pieces........as the one side will be different-I speak from experience.!!
It will give you a contrast cuff, if that is what you want.Enlarge the pattern for older children.
Thanks so much. I will be a first time grandma in April.. Thanks for the great instructions. I think even I can make this.
You sure can and Best Wishes.What will they call you? I am Gram,to mine.
thank you for sharing!!
I figured,everybody has or knows someone, with a baby.
Thank you for sharing!!!! She is a beautiful baby! kmac
You're very welcome and thank you-Toogie
Thank you for sharing this with us and the picture of Baby is Adorable!What goes around comes around-Tiny caps for newborns and larger ones for adult ladies who have undergone Chemo. You inspired me to try one. I have made a few caps using ski type patterns. Well here is what I did. I checked a hat that fit and kind of used its measurements. I traced off a pattern from an oval placemat.It is 18 1/2" length wise by 12". I found a piece of interlock cotton knit and used the same 2 pieces. I stitched mine on sewing machine. I used 3/8" seams and I think I'll try my serger with 1/2" seams next. I wear hats at home all day and sleep in them also. Also all cotton knit has a different amount of stretch so it is trial and error. I used to make preemie gowns and blankets for the babies to come home in for a local hospital. I need to get back to making some. I used flannel.Thanks you again for your idea. I live in Mobile Al and we are waiting for an ice storm to hit any minute now. olds/Maureen
I'll have to try one of yours.What is the saying?Necessity is the _____ of invention.Like your placemat pattern.Glad you gave the measurements as I don't have any placemats.I wear something on my head, when I do my bus route, when it is so cold.Try not to freeze-Toogie
Thank you!!! I would love to have the pattern for the cute fleece boots you posted on another post. Had the hat that came down around the neck, but could never find pattern for the boots. I have several baby gifts to make and this newborn cap will be perfect. Thank you again!!! From Kathy in COLD Louisiana!!!
Also, that baby is precious!!!! Wish I could rock her!!!
She would like that,thanks.I will send you a pm,asap.
I see you found it.I had left you a reply in Projects.
I have made several, they are so quick! They will go to a charity group. Thanks again!
When I turned my PC on this morning, there was an email from someone suggesting I try to make this into an ITH design. It is possible, but only if you have a big enough hoop. Any one want to have a go? Send me a PM with you hoop size and I'll see what I can do.
I thought you could do that.
It would fit the 360 x 200 mm hoop of the Ruby and the Diamond, and those large ones of multi-needle machines.
OK I am going to do it. I need one cuz, it is cold! May not get a pic, I will let you know how it feels.
Go for it,Girl!
Very well done instructions, Toogie. Thank you for sharing this with us and that IS a pretty baby. ;)
Thank you,I see you have a few in your arms too!
Thank you for sharing
That's what Cuties do here,the only exception is designs, that are not your own digitizing. Hope you make some and show us.-Toogie
thanks for the informative instructions
You're very welcome,Michelle-Toogie
Thank you so much for this Toogie! Wyatt is almost 2 months old and Kylei will be a year in Feb. They can both use a new personalized cap. My goodness you had tiny little grands! Sweet sweet grandbabies!
She was 6lbs __ ozs,I forget.Her brother was 8 lbs something and of course,the twins were underweight, so we have had them all sizes.My sons, 1st son was almost 9lbs 14 ozs and a natural birth! Ouch! He is the one that will be marrying in June...You may want to make Wyatt's cap off the larger size,since they outgrow so fast.If you just keep enlarging, you MAY can use this for Kylei, let us know if you do.-Toogie
Thanks , I will be making these
Good,I want to see yours too!
Thank you will give them ago..Daughter due today with her 4th
Good luck to all of you and prayers for a safe and easy labor.
Even if she is due TODAY ! you still have time to make a few, they are that easy.Congratulations and best wishes for all! Let us see the new baby,when she comes,with her new cap Gram made.-LOL-Toogie
Thank you so much for sharing
You are very welcome, now make some and show us your work!
Toogie, what a great idea and wonderful instructions!! Well done! And, especially, thanks for sharing! Hugs, Laura*
Laura,I was hoping the info was clear, but it is nice to hear, they were understood.I was hoping someone could benefit,too, if they didn't already know how.-Toogie
So cute! Thank you!
Hi,I'm glad you like them.Make one ..or more and let us see your project!
Thank you so much. Am definitely going to be making quite a few of these. God bless
Good,that was my intent.Got to keep those babies warm!
thank you.This is terrific
I hope it's something you can use.
Thank you so much for these instructions! My cousin just had a baby. I better not procrastinate. lol
Hop to it, before the baby out grows it! You may want to make the larger size 14inx8in. Welcome to Cute Embroidery-Toogie
I volunteer at a Neonatal Intenstive Care unit and these would be just precious for a baby to take home. Thanks so much for sharing, babies thank you, too.
Ginny in Ft. Myers
Well, bless your heart.When my twin grand-daughters were in the NIC unit, the Threads of Love chapter made and gave things to them.They weighed one pound, eleven ozs and 1 lb 4ozs. Avery came home weighing 3 lbs 8ozs and she was a little over 2 months old! May God bless you and your work.We really appreciate the workers-Toogie
love it and your easy to follow directions thanks hugs
You're very welcome,my friend.-T
Thank you! Great directions too!
Probally took me longer to type up, than it will for you to make-LOL- Enjoy
ty this is so sweet
Do you have the ability to make this pattern into a Downloadable PDF? That way it would be easy to print and save ? Debbie
Debbie I am afraid I'm not that pc smart...sorry.