This is a really simple quick crochet hat that I whipped up for our wee one to wear in the fall and winter.
Yarn is Bernat Blanket Yarn and the pattern can be found HERE.
- If you are interested in miniatures, perhaps you might like to read Mary Corbet's post HERE.
- HERE is another great little case that could be used for so many different things!
- There's something so eye-catching about THIS design.
- THIS is a great divided tote bag tutorial.
- Those of you who crochet might find THIS to be a fun project.
Today the quote is from Suzanne Collins..."Live your life. Take chances, be crazy. Don't wait. Because right now is the oldest you've ever been and the youngest you'll be ever again"
The miniature museum is lovely. If you're in Chicago, check out the Thorne Miniature exhibit at the Art institute. Permanent exhibit, complete with little step up platforms for people not tall enough to see the rooms.ReplyDelete
I have read about the Thorne exhibit and how I would love to see it in person - won't be happening unfortunately.Delete
Love that little hat--looks like it will be so warm!! That stained glass crochet is beautiful--the colors just popReplyDelete
The hat was a special request so who am I to not oblige. As for the stained glass - I've always loved it so seeing a crocheted version certainly caught my eye.Delete
Sherry of createology: Mary Anne Dear you never sit idle and the items you create are wonderful. This is such a cute little hat for those cold days that will come again. Right now we are in triple digits of 110F. Yesterday after watercolor class my car was 117F inside! Whew. Hope you and resident chef are enjoying Summer.ReplyDelete
You're right Sherry, I'm very rarely idle. Drives me nuts not to have something to work on all the time.Delete
Wow - it has to be hot where you are!! We're doing well to be much above 70 so far this summer (maybe I shouldn't tell you that!!)
Cute hat. I do wish that I could crochet, perhaps it is time to use Youtube and learn.ReplyDelete
I find crochet to be much faster than knitting so I end up going back and forth between the two. Hope you do learn!Delete
So pretty Mary Anne. I love it! Christine xxReplyDelete
It was a special request from our daughter-in-love so hopefully she likes it too.Delete
I love that darling little special request hat. I know you can imagine how sweet your wee one will look wearing this on a cold winter's day. I so enjoyed the needlework miniatures.ReplyDelete
I actually thought of you when I posted the link to the miniatures - thought you'd enjoy seeing them.Delete
Adorable hat! The divided tote bag will be a nice project.ReplyDelete
I hope the hat will fit her when the time comes. It's a really fast make so if I need to do a bigger size it's certainly doable.Delete
Oooh... a little hat with little ears. Perfect for your youngest grandy. :)ReplyDelete
This one was a special request so I hope it looks cute on her.Delete