Last November, my aunt put in a request for candy corn hats for herself and her two kids. Now that it's late September, I figured it was time to get stitching! It always amazes me that our heads only grow a few more inches once we get past our infant/toddler years, so a lot of … Continue reading Candy Corn Hat- Free Pattern
It's fall and that means hat time! Hopefully the weather will cooperate. I love making hats for my daughter, my nieces, and my nephew! They make the most adorable models. This year I am going to try and make a few adult sized hats as well. Right now I'm working on candy corn hats … Continue reading Hats, hats, hats!
*** NOTE*** I did update the gauge and hook size for this pattern. If you were working with the old gauge and hook, the pattern will still work if you are going by the measurements provided. I did change the number of rows in a few places. I apologize for any issues this creates for anyone. … Continue reading 12/18 Month Toddler Bathrobe Pattern
Last weekend, I finally finished my daughter's bathrobe. It took me many tries to get the shape and stitch count correct. I am still tweaking the pattern, but hope to have it posted in the next few days. It's hard to get things like pattern editing done, when you have a 16 month old … Continue reading Toddler Bathrobe
When I was young, my grandpa worked for Wells Blue Bunny making ice cream. I'm certain that is where my love of ice cream and bunnies comes from! That inspired me to make my daughter a special hat inspired by her great-grandpa. I used Bernat Pipsqueak yarn, which created a beautiful, plush hat. However, … Continue reading Fuzzy Bunny Hat (Bulky Yarn)
I didn't have as much time to crochet last week. My baby girl was hospitalized with a respiratory infection, so she needed my attention and snuggles more than she needs a new bathrobe. My plan was to redo the hood, but the more I looked at the robe, the more I decided I didn't like … Continue reading What I’m Working On 9/7/2016
I made this set for my sister's baby shower gift. Her husband's family raises cattle, and these are their business colors. Both of the patterns I used are available for free online: For the hat pattern I used Mrs. H's Cowboy Hat from Ravelry. I hooked up 2 sizes and used DC instead of SC. For … Continue reading Cowboy Hat and Boots photo prop
This sleepsack and hat were made to match the Eric Carle nursery theme my cousin chose for her son.