Enna Bonnet English
Kein Mehrwertsteuerausweis, da Kleinunternehmer nach §19 (1) UStG.
You will receive the instructions as a download link
Difficulty level: suitable for beginners
Measure from ear to ear: 27 ( 29 ) 31 ( 33 ) 34 ( 37) 38 ( 40 ) cm
Detailed PDF instructions
The Enna Bonnet begins with the front cuff, which runs across the forehead. Then the pattern in the diagram is knitted once in rows. Continue with stockinette stitch until the required length is reached. Then the decreases begin in rows or in rounds.
Before the cords are knitted and sewn on, a cuff is knitted from the stitches on the lower edge.
This guide is great for beginners. Because it contains both a diagram and a detailed knitting chart, which easily guides every beginner through the instructions.
For the right size, the measurement from the ear, over the head, to the other ear is important.
27 (29) 31 (33) 34 (37) 38 (40) cm
The length of the hat can be knitted individually or based on the specifications.
Wool in DK strength 50g (LL approx. 100 – 130 m)
for all sizes up to 24 months you need max. 50g, after that possibly 50 – 70 g
(e.g. Sandnesgarn Duo, BC Garn Semilla Grosso, Lana Grossa Cool Wool Big, Schachenmayr Merino 120, Langyarns Merino 120)
You need circular knitting needles that are 3 to 5 mm and 40 to 60 cm long, depending on which needle gives the corresponding gauge.
Possibly a 4mm double pointed needles or a knitting leash for knitting the cords.
Stitch markers can be helpful.
Pictures: © Inga Mallwitz / Melanie Herrla