A little hat to look good? This one will highlight the face of your baby. Presented in the March 2009 issue of, it has a drum shape with its straight edge. It is knitted in jersey with a rice stitch border.

Sizes

3 months (6/12 months)

Supplies

Phildar knitting yarn, "Phil Soie" quality (100% silk): 1 pel. collar. Pearl, some g. collar. Earthenware.

Aig. # 3. 1 ea. # 2.

Points used

Rice stitch: 1st row: * 1 m. end., 1 m. approx. * 2nd rg and ts the other rgs: to annoy the points, that is to say tric. to the end. the m. approx. and to the approx. the m. end.

Jersey end. : * 1 rg end., 1 rg approx. *

Sample

A square 10 cm jersey end., Aig. n ° 3 = 28 m. and 38 rgs

Production

Cast on 90 (101) sts. Earthenware, aig. # 3. Tric. 4 rows of rice and then cont. in jersey end. Pearl for 4 (5) cm. Leave on hold after 1 rg end.

In work with the ea. n ° 2, on reverse, pick up 1 st. in each m. 6 rows lower. Fold the knit upside down and knit. 1 rg approx. taking 1 m. of each aig. to form a bead on the end. Tric. 2 rows on all m. then comm. the sun for the backdrop. : 1 m. lis., * 1 single overcast, 6 (7) sts * 11 fs, 1 sts. Lily. Tric. 3 rows then: 1 st. lis., * 1 single overcast, 5 (6) sts * 11 fs, 1 sts. Lily. Tric. 1 rg then 1 sts. lis., * 1 single overcast, 4 (5) sts * 11 fs, 1 sts. Lily. Rep. so these sun one above the other, ts the 2 rows until there remains 24 m. Tric. 2 rows taking the m. 2 by 2 then term. by 2 rows of stockinette st. Earthenware. Rab.

Close the cap with a thin seam.

Patricia Antoine creation