Gift Woollies for New Prince (Bonnet) by Yass (N.S.W.) Graziers' Association
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Gift Woollies for New Prince (Bonnet)

Knitting
July 1960
Paton's Pearl Knit 2-ply
Light Fingering ?
8.5 stitches = 1 inch
in Stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
Baby
This pattern is available for free.

This pattern entry is for the Bonnet only.

The Bonnet calls for:
1 ball Patons Pearl Knit 2-ply
(I would assume this was sold in 50g balls)

1/2 yard satin ribbon
(for the tie)

Embroidery thread for roses
(The roses are embroidered along the garter stitch trim at the front of the bonnet. No instructions are given for the embroidery)

The width round the face is 10”

From the pattern:

Gift woollies for new prince
These two garments are part of a nine-piece layette sent to the Queen for her new baby, Prince Andrew, by the Yass (N.S.W.) Graziers’ Association. Yass district is noted for its fine wool. HERE are the directions for knitting the frock and bonnet. Both are trimmed with rosettes embroidered after the knitting is done.

BONNET from layette is in a lacy stitch to match the frock, and is embroidered with tiny rosettes.

FROCK is suitable for baby boy or girl, has rosette trim on bodice, and is finished with a ribbon tie.