Can’t Stop The Cuteness

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I am slowly but surely drafting up the patterns that I am obsessively knitting.  Someone needs to invent something that writes down your steps and charts your stitch patterns as you knit them.  Can someone get on that asap please?  Because I probably have 4 more designs in need of written patterns.  And by “written pattern” I mean non-chicken-scrawled, speshul snowflake angel shorthand patterns.

However, I have completed one pattern, and it’s ready for it’s debut!

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This is bound to be your child’s favorite hat! The clever use of cables and lace has given a traditional knitted winter hat a fun and new slant. Knit in super soft, super warm 100% superwash merino, it’ll not only keep your little one comfy and warm, but will wash up wonderfully time after time.

Full Tilt-cover(I’m having a hard time deciding which is cuter, the model or the hat. Okay, I admit it. The adorable model wins, but just by a smidge… :wink:)

If some of you are saying “hey, that looks kinda familiar,” you’d be right.  I took a page from Hollywood’s book and decided to reinvent a pattern I had previously written and submitted to a design contest.  I re-engineered it to use my Dirty Blonde line of yarn instead of a discontinued yarn.   Also, I took the slant of the cables and lace in a different, more pleasing direction. And now it fits a wee head much better than the original did.

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Pattern Stats:

Skill Set:

→Basic Chart Reading
→Basic Cable Knitting
→Basic Lace Knitting
→Ability or Willingness to Knit in the Round
Needles: US size 5 [3.75mm]
Yarn: Less than 1 skein [260 yds/238m; 4oz./100g.] Dizzy Blonde Studios: Dirty Blonde DK Superwash Merino; Martha colorway
Gauge: 24 sts/30 rows in 4 inches, stockinette
Finished Dimensions: 16.5” circumference; 6.5” fitted height

The pattern is selling at the introductory price of just $1.49, and you can find it on Ravelry, at  Dizzy Blonde Studios, and eventually here in the sidebar.

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BTW, the adorable model is  my darling 3-yo step granddaughter, Little Miss M.  Yes.  She’s already 3.

2 Responses

  1. She can’t POSSIBLY be 3. You clearly bought that child because Marina is still a baby.
    Cute hat.

  2. There is absolutely no question that the model wins the cute contest. She is adorable! I love the hat – must make it for my own soon to be 3 y/o granddaughter. Off to buy the pattern now.

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