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This hat is one of two hats that I test knitted for Stana’s Critters. It features a wide brim and would be the perfect hat for a cool spring. It keeps the sun out of your eyes, while keeping your … Continue reading
Recently I had the chance to test knit two hats for Stana’s Critters. This first hat is my favorite. It resembles a flower. Each petal is knit separately, then joined to form the base of the hat. It used a … Continue reading
When given the opportunity to test knit for Stana’s – Critters again I jumped at the chance. This cute bear is part of a collection that she is working on that should be released the first part of 2015. My … Continue reading
Today I learned a new word – Balaclava. Webster defines it as “a warm hat that covers the head, neck, and most of the face”. In my world we call it a ski cap. When I found this free pattern … Continue reading
While the box of items for Craft Hope has left the house. I still have several items to share with you. Today’s project is the Circle Chain Hat by Megan Poteete – Johnson. I found this pattern on Ravelry. So … Continue reading
Ready for another hat? This is hat number eleven and twelve that will be send to an orphanage in Kenya as part of my contribution to Craft Hope.
The hat series for the orphans in Kenya continues. Today’s installment is another free hat pattern I found on Ravelry. The pattern for the Quick Ribs Hat can be found here.
I have to admit my love for knitting continues to grow. When I can share my joy with others, my love for knitting increases exponentially.
From the designer of the Miranda Hat comes the Beth Hat. The original pattern for this hat is very much like the Easy Charity Hat that I shared yesterday. This hat was a quick knit using some more of the … Continue reading