Friday, 12 April 2013

Something for the weekend.

Baby Hats 2
The making of baby hats continues quietly in the background.




There's just something magical about picking up a little ball of wool, one that you thought would probably be far too small to do anything with and turning it into something as cute as this.


This is a super easy pattern, unfortunately the original pattern page link doesn't work but  I have it so if you would like a copy just leave me a comment and I will email it to you. You can find pictures of the hat along with some cute little booties here


These little hats took just 33 grams of yarn each, even less if you leave off the pompom. 

From the stash of little bits



Have a great weekend everyone! 



38 comments:

  1. Lovely hats. I enjoy seeing what I can make from little bits as well. I even enjoy the suspense of not knowing whether I have enough wool to finish a hat.

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    1. Oh no Una I have to be sure I have enough that's why I weigh it and keep a record for next time, I suppose you could add in another colour if you ran out. :)

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  2. Hi Linda, these look really warm and just so adorable! Love the pom pom on top, it just "makes" the hat!
    HUGS, SHARI

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    1. Thank you Shari, yes that's what I thought :)

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  3. Awe, so sweet. My grandchildren would love those.
    Have a great weekend. Kathy

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  4. What a great pattern. This is an awesome stitch. I will be adding this to my to do list as well!

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    1. Thank you Astri knowing you, you will turn it into something amazing :)

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  5. These hats are so lovely! Great pattern & colors. Thanks for sharing, Linda! I've saved the pattern now as well. Do you think it could be also usable for an adults hat namely for homeless persons, or would it be too lacy and not warming enough because of the little holes?

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    1. I think it would be fine as an adult hat because this pattern is so easy to adapt, you could use thicker yarn, I used Dk you could try it in Aran and a larger hook, I would play around and experiment :)

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  6. So cute Linda. I love them.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  7. Lovely! The pompoms are a lovely finishing touch x

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  8. As always Linda your work is always so lovely - clever crocheting lovely lady! xx

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  9. Beautiful baby projects! You crochet beautifully! :) The hat link you gave doesn't work. Is there another location to find the pattern?

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    1. I will find it and e-mail it to you Sarah :)

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  10. Hi! Do you have the hat pattern? I have been searching forever, I used to crochet it years ago, but have forgotten the stitch pattern. Thank you! I do have the booties pattern for charity already. What is the stitch pattern?

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  11. Hi Linda, Have just discovered your site. Love your work and I was very impressed with the variety of things you have crocheted....I just adore your tiny beanies and would love the pattern so that I can have a go at doing some myself....Thanks

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    1. Hi Julieanne and thank you for dropping in, I will send the pattern to you as soon as I get home. :)

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  12. I love your hat pattern. I crochet baby hats as well for our hospital. Could you please email me the pattern to tahiggs@hotmail.com
    Thanks so much!

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  13. When you have the time, I would love ths pattern as well. Beautiful hats! Email is valover11484@yahoo.com. Thank you!

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  14. Hi I wanted to ask if you could please send me the link to this pattern I'm so in love with this hat and would love to crochet one for my baby girl that's dud May 18th please and thank you:)

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    1. There's no longer a link Jessica but I can email you the pattern. You appear to be a no-reply blogger please email me with your email address and I will send it to you. :)

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  15. Hi Linda. I crochet for charity and would like to have this pattern please.

    Thanks,
    wurlybird1943@yahoo.com

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  16. I would love to make this for my newest great-niece. Please and thank you,
    Andrea Parker

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  17. Please could I have a copy of this lovely pattern. Thank you. Jill
    jillmc@sky.com

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  18. I know it is a while since you posted this, but I would really like to make this cut hat, please could i have the patten. jackie.moore@tiscali.co.uk, thanks

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  19. i would like the pattern too please. leanne0217@yahoo.com

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  20. I would enjoy the pattern also, Thanks!
    dizzylizzy2002@gmail.com

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  21. could you please send me the pattern for the two hats at the top of the page , you put them up as a weekend project , my email is coullgames@yahoo.com, let me know if there is a charge for the pattern and I will send it to you, ty , I love your patterns .

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  22. I would love this pattern! I crochet beanies for our local hospital and this looks comfy. Thank you!
    renkeicher@q.com

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  23. Super cute hats. I too would love the pattern. You can email me a smarsh45@yahoo.com
    Thank You

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  24. Love these sweet little hats! I crochet for our local hospitals and would love to have the pattern. Thank you for so generously sharing your talent! sculptnme@aol.com

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Thank you for your visit, I will always answer any questions but due to time constraints I'm not always able to reply to your comments, please keep them coming I read and appreciate each and every one. xx

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