I've been ooogling over pictures of cute baby Liam for days!!! I HAD to design him a hat. I thought the idea of adding lamb ears to a wool hat was perfect for a baby as lovable as Liam!! Little Liam Lamb hat Sizes:NEWBORN,0-3, and 3-6 months(pattern in full. Smaller sizes are noted below appropriate… Continue reading Day 33: Little Liam Lamb Hat
This hat is so tiny and cute, And meant for those special bundles of joy who need extra care and warmth at birth. It is also a really good, basic pattern for any beginner who is new to crochet! 5.5 mm hook Super bulky yarn 12ply Tapestry needle Terms: Hdc- half double crochet Ch- chain… Continue reading Day 22: Pink Princess Preemie hat
Here is the latest design from RRC! My son has been begging me for a Green hat. I ended up making it sizable for ages 1-3 years. So it fits his brother too. He even named it himself. He said it looked like a jellyfish. It's also green. The color of jealousy, which is a… Continue reading Day 8. Don’t Be Jelly. Toddler beanie.
Free crochet ski mask by Crochet Cauldron. This FREE pattern can be found HERE. Stay tuned for a modified version of this mask coming soon! That is what inspired me to make this pattern. A very special guest(tba) asked me to make one. I used my usual favorite Red Heart Super Saver. This took me… Continue reading Day 5
Bubblegum PomPom Hat by Oliva Kent of HopefulHoney This FREE pattern can be found HERE Again, one of my top favorite designers. I have had my eye on this pattern weeks before I finally found the perfect pink yarn! It was on sale. This is also the pattern that convinced me to invest in pom… Continue reading Day 3
1920's Cloche Hat. Design by Oliva Kent of Hopeful Honey. The FREE pattern can be found HERE. I used two strands of Red Heart with love. It was so simple to follow and a great pattern. I can't help but admit Olivia Kent of Hopeful Honey is one of ,y favorite designers!!! I need to… Continue reading Day 1
Sometimes I just walk by a yarn and inspiration happens! That happened the last time I poked my head in Michaels. They teamed up with my favorite designer Isaac Mizrahi to make a line of yarn! I went with the heavy duty Sutton inspired yarn. Used s little under four balls of it. Its warm… Continue reading Mongolian Tundra Cowl
Not sure if I'm starting a thing, or just used the title because it's cute. This is a how to repair a vintage granny square project. Anyway, I come from a long line of crocheters. My mother made this lapghan when she was a teen. She brought it with her because she noticed the stitches… Continue reading TutorialTuesday.
Part two of the hat parade it seems. I needed a child size hat for my oldest son to wear. He is a spunky active little kid who loves board shorts and skate shoes. So I knew a slouchy beanie was the way to go for my little dude. Stitch11 has a great free pattern.… Continue reading Granny slouch Beanie (child size) Pattern review
Next weekend is family picture day. I knew I needed to Make something I can use for us in the portraits, as well as something I can get multiple uses out of. I knew I had to make hats. The crocodile pixie hat by stitches n scraps came in exactly my youngest son's size and… Continue reading Crocodile Pixie Hat pattern review.