This wonderful model knitted on the knitting needles of a children's cap will not only look nice, but it's comfortable to sit on your baby's head, and also warm it in the winter weather. We type 108 loops, then distribute them tofour spokes (27 loops each) and close into a ring. We connect one circular series of facial, one circular series of the purl and one circular series of facial. The next 5 cm is connected with a relief pattern, then 3 circular rows of facial smoothness, 4 circular rows of garter stitch, 4 circular rows of facial smoothness, 4 circular rows of garter stitch and 3 circular rows of facial smoothness. Then we knit the facial surface, while performing the reduction in this way: tying together each of the 11th and 12th loops. These reductions we do each other in every second circular series until there are 9 loops left. We draw these loops together with a working thread. Embossed pattern (width 4 loops) one circular row: alternating 2 facial, 2 loops removed as purl, thread at work; second circular series: alternate 2 facial, 2 purl; the third circular row: alternate 2 loops remove as the purlins, thread at work, 2 facial; the fourth circular series: alternately 2 purlins, 2 facial. We repeat from the first to the fourth row. Here's your new hat and ready. Let your little daughter wear it with pleasure and joy!