ruffle baby pinafore dress in blue liberty of london fabric

Bonnet Bundle Pattern


Includes sizes 0-3m to 18-24m.

I was so excited to get to work with Spoonflower on this adorable collaboration bonnet pattern! As seen in Spoonflower's Spring 2020 Magazine, this nostalgic style will be a staple in your little one's wardrobe. This pattern includes 3 variations. The first is a simple classic bonnet pattern. The second is a brim bonnet and the third is a pointed pixie style bonnet. And yes, they are all reversible!

Check out Spoonflower's magazine here!

About Spoonflower
The first company of its kind, Spoonflower was launched in 2008 in Durham, North Carolina with the dream of empowering individuals to create, print and sell their own artwork on fabric, wallpaper, and home decor. Today, the Spoonflower community has grown to over 4 million creative individuals who use their own designs and the Spoonflower Marketplace to make curtains, quilts, clothing, accessories, furniture and so much more.

Spoonflower has also made a video tutorial to go with this sewing pattern. Check it out here!

Upon purchase, you will be sent an email with a link to download your pdf pattern. You can print it out on normal 8.5 x 11 printer paper, tape it together, and make yourself this lovely garment. It comes with written instructions accompanied by a picture walkthrough.

Children's patterns include the following 10 sizes:

0-3 months
3-6 months
6-9 months
9-12 months
12-18 months
18-24 months
2-3 years
3-4 years
4-5 years
5-6 years

Women's patterns include the following 3 sizes: 

These are our sizes for all of our patterns! Kids patterns only include the kids sizes and women's patterns only include the women's sizes. The only exception is the Bonnet Bundle Pattern which only goes up to size 18-24 months.


If you purchase this pattern and find it too hard, you realize it's not what you wanted or you are dissatisfied with it in any way you can contact me within 30 days and receive a full refund.

You can use my baby + kiddo patterns to make items for sale as long as you link back to the shop in your description and state that the garment was made using an Oh Me Oh My Sewing Pattern.