Unisex Burial Gown Gown

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Pattern Copyright 2006--J. A. Esterly
Simply Soft Yarn
F Hook
Ribbon

Remember Different Yarns and Different Hook sizes will make this different sizes...

GOWN
Row 1.) Ch 34, DC in 4th ch from hook, DC in next 3 Ch, DC, Ch 1, DC in the next Ch, *DC in the next 6 Ch, DC, Ch 1, DC in the next Ch,* Repeat this 2 more times, DC in the last 5 Ch, Ch 2, turn.
Rows 2-4.) *HDC in each st to the Ch 1 space, HDC, Ch 1, HDC in the next st,* repeat this across, Ch 2, turn.
Row 5.) *HDC in each st to the ch 1 space, HDC in the Ch 1 space, skip to the next Ch 1 space, HDC in the ch 1 space,* repeat across, Ch 3, turn.
Row 6.) DC in each st across, Ch 1, turn.
Row 7.) SC in the 1st st, *Ch 1, SC in next st,* repeat across, Ch1, turn.
Row 8.) *SC in SC, DC in Ch 1 sp,* repeat across, Ch 1, turn.
Row 9.) SC in 1st SC, *Ch 1, sk next DC, SC in next SC,* Repeat across, Ch 1, turn.

Repeat Rows 8 & 9 to desired length.

Edging For Boy: SC in each row up the back, 3 SC in the corner, SC across the neck, 3 SC in the corner, SC in each row down the back, 3 SC in the corner, SC in each st across the bottom, 3 SC in the corner, sl st to the beginning Ch 1. Fasten off

Edging For Girl: SC in each row up the back, 3 SC in the corner, *Ch 1, sl st in next st,* across the neck, 3 SC in the corner, SC in each row down the back, 3 SC in the corner, *Ch 1, sl st in next st,* across the bottom, 3 SC in the corner, sl st to the beginning Ch 1. Fasten off.

Weave Ribbon through Row 1 and Row 6 for ties in the back.
For BONNET,please see pattern below copyright notice.
Pattern Copyright 2006--J. A. Esterly
This Pattern is created by J. A. Esterly for "Gods Tiny Angels" and is to be used for Charity ONLY.

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BONNET

For your convenience, we are including below the Bonnet Pattern used in the above picture, by designer Kimberly Reichner, from the Princess Preemie Layette Set.

Bonnet Pattern Copyright 2006--Kimberly Reichner, Designer
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With E crochet hook and white yarn.
Chain 12----- BACK LOOPS When working the hdc
Hdc in 3rd chain from hook with 4 hdc in last chain. Working on opposite side of chain , hdc to end.
Ch 1 and turn, work hdc across to increase at top ( round end ) work 2hdc in each of next 4 sts, hdc to end.
Chain 1 and turn, work hdc to increase at top, 2 hdc, 1hdc, 2 hdc, 1 hdc, 2 hdc, 1 hdc, 2 hdc, hdc to end
Chain 1 and turn, Work hdc across to end.
Chain 2 and turn, Work in patterns as for gown skirt for 6 rows.
Edges and ruffle. Attach colored yarn and front edge of face area, Working in sides of sts, sc evenly aross.
Chain 1 turn, work sc across decreasing ever 5 st.
Chain 1 turn, work sc across , ch 1,( working up face band now)-
Sl st, chain 3, sl st, ch 3 across. fasten off.
Join colored yarn in beginning if back ridge area( back of bonnet)
Work your sl st, ch 3 along BOTH ridges giving you 2 ruffles.
Make chain and tie ends in a knot, weave in and out of bonnet for tie.

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Page Updated: August 15, 2006