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There is nothing sweeter than a cherubic face peeking out from a bit of gathered lace. This cap pattern is a quick and easy project as a gift for a special baby and a great way to use bits of fabric and trim from your stash.
In the process, you will learn three basic heirloom techniques by machine that you can incorporate into other projects or garments. The trims to fabric techniques would be a lovely finish to the hem of a dress or daygown.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
©Sara Norris Ltd 2010
No reproduction or resale of this pattern is permitted, including file sharing,
tracing, or forwarding, in part or whole, nor any sale of garments by this
pattern, without the designer’s written consent.
Suggested fabrics: batiste, lawn, dupioni silk, linen
6" x 16" fabric 2–16" lace insertion
2" x 16" Swiss insertion * 16" entredeux
1 yd ribbon (½")
24" lace edging
18" ribbon (1/4")
Supplies: 80 weight matching thread, #60-#75 machine needle, spray starch, small gold safety pin