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Wednesday Update: More Hats

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Good Day everyone,

It seems I am still on the hat craze. I really enjoy making crochet hats they are fun to make as gifts and in high demand up here in the north.

This week I made some little baby girl beanies with a shell edging I think they came out nicely.

Crochet Baby Beanie with Flower



I used a self-changing colored yarn for the first one and added a small flower.

Crochet Baby Beanie with Heart


For the second hat I used Redheart Shimmer yarn and added a heart.


My daughter’s baby doll was kind enough to model for me.

Warm Winter Hat

I also finished a long over due project this week. The warm winter hat I began quite some time ago. I have just had so many projects going I couldn’t get to it. It feels good to finish a project! Less yarn laying around attached to stuff.


You can find a link to this free pattern on a previous post called Crochet Hat Madness: Projects in Progress. One reason it took me a while to finish other than being overloaded on projects was that I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do for the edging. I decided to change it and just decrease over the cables until they were down to just 1 DC which became the FPDC for the last row. You can see how the cables point at the bottom.

Chunky Modern Beret

Finally, I have been working on a new pattern this week that I am calling a Chunky Modern Beret. It is somewhat of a slouch hat but made more like a beret with a lacy pattern.


My mother-in-law modeling for me. I am really pleased with how it came out. This too is a self-changing colored yarn.


You can really see how pretty the colors are from the side.

I will test this pattern on a few more hats before sharing it with you. But don’t worry it’s already in the works!

Busy! Busy!

Well that is what I worked on for this past week. Hope you guys enjoyed this post! I am working on a creeper hat for my son and a ninja turtle hat for my daughter so look for those in the next week or two.

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Until next time, Happy Crocheting!



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