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Last week I shared the Little Flower Hat featuring a beautiful ribbon rose (here). The original pattern showed a few variations that sparked my creativity. I have seen other bee hats on Pinterest, but none of the patterns were free. … Continue reading
Today’s knitting project is a football inspired hat for a little boy. With a family of girls, I don’t often get to knit for boys, but I have had my eye on this pattern for a while. With a small … Continue reading
Do you remember the Delightfully Simple Hat I shared earlier this week? I had some of the variegated yarn left, so I added some gray yarn from the stash and made a variation of the other hat.
Today’s Period of Purple Crying hat is a delicate white and purple chevron pattern. Whether you are knitting for charity purposes, or for a little one in your life. This pattern is certain to fit the bill.
Recently, I knitted a group of small toys that were donated to a local charity. I found an adorable free pattern for a baby panda.
“With great power comes great responsibility.” The next installment of my superhero hat series pays homage to Spiderman. Everyone loves a story where a tragic event (being bit by a radioactive spider) leads to good (becoming a superhero).
I am excited to introduce a new line of products for my Etsy Shop, super hero hats. Today I would like to introduce to you my Captain America inspired hat.
Merriam Webster defines parliament as a “the group of people who are responsible for making the laws in some kinds of government.” They seem to have forgotten that a group of owls is also known as a parliament. I could … Continue reading
My sister requested a pair of boot cuffs; and I aim to please. Living in the Northeast, winters can be quite brutal. The cold wind will cut right through you. Boot cuffs help to keep the cold from seeping into … Continue reading