Evergreen Bonnet
Digital Pattern + Video Class

Evergreen Bonnet
Digital Pattern + Video Class

$8.50 USD
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This vintage-style bonnet pattern adapts to all seasons. Make with breezy cottons for carefree summer days or with wintery wool to frame those delicious cold-infused pink cheeks.  From tiny newborns to fun loving teens - this pattern does it all.

Easy-to-make and versatile, this pattern uses less than half a metre/yard of fabric, perfect for using up those scraps of your most precious fabrics.

Skill level:  Adventurous beginner 

Video Class for Evergreen Bonnet Sewing Pattern by Twig + Tale

Video Support: A full course of clear, concise videos accompany this pattern, alongside a comprehensive written and photographed instruction booklet.

 

  • Sizes newborn - teen
  • 4 closure options, Chin Strap, Self Tie, DIY Tie, and No Tie
  • Peak option
  • 7 optional animals: Fox, Bear, Bunny, Panda, Kitty, Mouse, and Puppy
  • The brims of the Riverstone Bonnet also work on Evergreen, details here.

 

 

Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to gently used corduroy, linen or wool trousers, woollen blankets, and leather/suede garments for inspiration.

Sizing + Supplies

View size chart + materials list 

Bonus Resources

How to make a reversible Evergreen Bonnet
Comparing the Riverstone Bonnet and Evergreen Bonnet

Printing Info + FAQ

This is a print-at-home PDF pattern and includes three printing options:

  1. US Letter/A4 - tiled and designed to print on your home printer
  2. Copyshop - A0 wide-format file  (33.1″ x 46.8″) 
  3. Projector - specially-formatted and optimized for home projector use.   Read more about using our projector files here 

All pattern printing formats include “layers”, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. 

View pattern FAQs 

FAQ

Babies and young children should always be supervised while wearing a hat with ties.  Please note that safety compliance rules regarding ties vary greatly from one country to another - please research your local regulations and choose a tie method accordingly, or if in doubt select the “no tie” option.

Cover Image by Renia Cecelia
  • Look Inside
  • Works With
  • Resources

The Evergreen Bonnet pattern includes video tutorials for all steps of construction. 

View a sample below, with the full videos included in the pattern tutorial at purchase.

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Mashes With

This pattern is designed to "mash" with elements of the following

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Customer Reviews

Based on 96 reviews
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Amy Clark (Auckland, NZ)
Love it!

I found this pattern easy to see and the result is so cute! I made two and made them reversible which was a bit fiddly but worth it. I would make the holes to put the ears through about 5mm smaller than the article said next time though.

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Donna Cannan (Clinton, US)
Reindeer games

I mad this little hat for a old friends first grandson born just a few days before Thanksgiving. It was an easy sew and turned out perfect. She loves Christmas to the point every room has tree. She was ecstatic over this little hat!!!

K
Karyn Kong (Brisbane, AU)
Fabulous

Such a simple pattern that gives a great result each and every time. I love bow versatile it is, changing it with fabrics, ties and the different ears

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Cheryl O (Watsonia, AU)
Evergreen Bonnet

Another little hat made for my grandson. I love how quick they are to make up and very comfortable for children to wear on these icy days!

S
Shary Dalrymple (Hamilton, NZ)
Evergreen Bonnet

Love this wee pattern and used it to make grandchildren 2 and 4 an Easter Bonnet each using the rabbit ears. Very easy instructions and the recipients loved their early Easter gift.

S
Sarah (Sutton Coldfield, GB)
Beautiful bonnets

I bought this a couple of weeks ago and I have already made 5 of these!

I don’t usually sew with woven fabrics but this is a nice quick sew and quite easy.

It’s so cute!

F
Fionna (Sydney, AU)
Easter evergreen bonnet

Fantastic instructions that are easy to follow. I made my son a rabbit bonnet for the Easter hat parade we hand stiched pipe cleaners around the outside of the ears and put a couple of stitches at the back of the ears and the ears stood up, it was very cute.

M
Mindy (Sydney, AU)
Cute!

Such a cute simple pattern. I really love the way it turned out but I didn't like pressing the seams - maybe because I hate ironing or it was easter eve at midnight and I should have been in bed haha. they went perfect with the Barefoot Romper my kids looked soooo cute

K
Kathrine Hastwell (Adelaide, AU)
The sweetest Easter gift

I bought this pattern to make my granddaughter and great nieces Easter bunny hats. I made 4 in less than two hours. Two with fur and cotton, one linen, one velvet and one corduroy. They all worked up beautifully in each fabric and were a dream to sew. The little girls loved them! I can’t wait to make some more!

C
Cheryl O (Frankston East, AU)
Evergreen Bonnet

I was so impressed with the ease of making this little hat! The pattern was simple to follow and only took me a couple of hours from printing the pattern to completion. I made it in a fine corduroy, lined with drill. Little ones can be reluctant to wear hats but my grandson happily wears his as it has plenty of room with a comfortable chin strap. I will definitely be making more and exploring other Twig and Tale patterns in the future.

Customer Reviews

Based on 96 reviews
98%
(94)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
0%
(0)
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(0)
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Amy Clark (Auckland, NZ)
Love it!

I found this pattern easy to see and the result is so cute! I made two and made them reversible which was a bit fiddly but worth it. I would make the holes to put the ears through about 5mm smaller than the article said next time though.

D
Donna Cannan (Clinton, US)
Reindeer games

I mad this little hat for a old friends first grandson born just a few days before Thanksgiving. It was an easy sew and turned out perfect. She loves Christmas to the point every room has tree. She was ecstatic over this little hat!!!

K
Karyn Kong (Brisbane, AU)
Fabulous

Such a simple pattern that gives a great result each and every time. I love bow versatile it is, changing it with fabrics, ties and the different ears

C
Cheryl O (Watsonia, AU)
Evergreen Bonnet

Another little hat made for my grandson. I love how quick they are to make up and very comfortable for children to wear on these icy days!

S
Shary Dalrymple (Hamilton, NZ)
Evergreen Bonnet

Love this wee pattern and used it to make grandchildren 2 and 4 an Easter Bonnet each using the rabbit ears. Very easy instructions and the recipients loved their early Easter gift.

S
Sarah (Sutton Coldfield, GB)
Beautiful bonnets

I bought this a couple of weeks ago and I have already made 5 of these!

I don’t usually sew with woven fabrics but this is a nice quick sew and quite easy.

It’s so cute!

F
Fionna (Sydney, AU)
Easter evergreen bonnet

Fantastic instructions that are easy to follow. I made my son a rabbit bonnet for the Easter hat parade we hand stiched pipe cleaners around the outside of the ears and put a couple of stitches at the back of the ears and the ears stood up, it was very cute.

M
Mindy (Sydney, AU)
Cute!

Such a cute simple pattern. I really love the way it turned out but I didn't like pressing the seams - maybe because I hate ironing or it was easter eve at midnight and I should have been in bed haha. they went perfect with the Barefoot Romper my kids looked soooo cute

K
Kathrine Hastwell (Adelaide, AU)
The sweetest Easter gift

I bought this pattern to make my granddaughter and great nieces Easter bunny hats. I made 4 in less than two hours. Two with fur and cotton, one linen, one velvet and one corduroy. They all worked up beautifully in each fabric and were a dream to sew. The little girls loved them! I can’t wait to make some more!

C
Cheryl O (Frankston East, AU)
Evergreen Bonnet

I was so impressed with the ease of making this little hat! The pattern was simple to follow and only took me a couple of hours from printing the pattern to completion. I made it in a fine corduroy, lined with drill. Little ones can be reluctant to wear hats but my grandson happily wears his as it has plenty of room with a comfortable chin strap. I will definitely be making more and exploring other Twig and Tale patterns in the future.