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Making Progress

In July [yes, July], I decided to make four sets of scarves & hats for my grandchildren for Christmas.  I have to admit that although I’ve struggled with picking out patterns and yarns for each, I’ve had a really great time.  As I made each hat, each scarf – I thought about the child for which it was intended; then as I made each thing, I would think fondly of that child – about all the many cool things there is about each one, and how each one just delights me to no end.  (Yes, I’m a Mimi that’s totally in love with my grandbabies!) — It’s been fun.  And while the things that I make for the kids will probably always be thought of as people do about those tacky Christmas sweaters that Great Aunt Lollie knits for everyone, it’s been fun for me – and I bet their mother will make them wear them in front of me, at least once! 😀

Many thanks to all the great folks out there that provided the patterns.  I’ve included your sites on my Free Patterns Page as well.  Thank you Ladies!

Head Hugger Cap by Redheart

Hat is Redheart and scarf is a simple p2k1 pattern.


Warm Up Hat

This hat was Lionbrand “Warm Up Hat” and the scarf is a Tunisian Crochet stitch that I got from Mooglyblog.com

 

Petula Hat & Catsby 3 Hour Cowl

I loved making this set; the hat is the Petula Hat pattern by Viktoria Gogolak, found on Ravelry. The infinity scarf was super easy and can be found at Catsby Three Hour Cowl by Kathryn Jones also on Ravelry

Ruffled Hat and Mittens

This lady’s site and instructions were AMAZING! I just can’t thank her enough for all the clear, easy instructions that she has included in her tutorials. I really learned a lot from this piece and it’s one I go back to again and again! Beginner-Crochet-Patterns.com YOU RAWK!!! And aren’t these Family Mittens precious? Thanks again to Lionbrand!

 

 

 

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One response to “Making Progress

  1. Pingback: Review: Circular Ridged Hat + Ridged Scarf By Cheryl Wilson | simply Erina

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