I just finished this knit-look super bulky slouch but I think it looks more just like a hat. The pattern by Jennifer Renaud was really interesting because of the way the rows increased and decreased. I used two skeins of Mamacha Peruvian alpaca wool blend that is super soft! I also used a 9 mm... Continue Reading →
I made this hat on my circular knitting machine with Feza Monarch yarn. I made it 22 inches then tucked it in on itself so that it's double thick. Then I added a pompon and it only took a few hours!!!
Finished this hat and it's super thick because of the HDC knit stitch in the round. I ran out of green so added blue and went to 11 inches. Fits just fine!
I used a 36 peg circular loom to create this hat with Malabrigo Rasta yarn I got from Luna Lola. The basic pattern is as follows: E wrap all pegs U wrap knit stitch cast on row E wrap 3 then purl the next 2 for first row (however, the last three pegs on each... Continue Reading →
This morning I decided to try and use my brother KX-350 home knitter knitting machine to make a baby blue child's hat with a pom-pom. I could not find any patterns so I made this one up from looking at various videos online. For this hat I used 70 hooks and for the brim I... Continue Reading →
So I decided to make a hat for a 10 year old using this adult small pattern but then decided it was too big so instead of using the 6-10 year old pattern which is one size smaller, I simply used a 5.0 mm hook instead of 5.5 mm hook and the same adult small... Continue Reading →
Finally took a break from making gift hats and made one for myself using Mochi Plus yarn and this pattern for size adult-medium. I also used my new larger size Clover pompon maker! It really makes the best ones 🙂
This is a hat I made for a one-year-old using this pattern for 12-24 months in half double crochet. I used the entire skein of Mochi Plus Violets Rainbow yarn and turned out really great! Another gift finished 🙂 And here's a photo of Jin in his new little birthday hat!
Here's a hat I made using a free newborn full length half double crochet pattern from http://oombawkadesigncrochet.com. It was very easy to create and I think will work great for a newborn!