Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Finished Sarah's Hat

Sarah posing for me in her new hat from a free pattern here.  It did come out too big, but she is such a good sport and has worn it whenever we go out anyway.  I love the style, though, the full coverage with the button closure.  It is fairly easy to knit and I look forward to knitting more.

Warm wishes, Tonya

16 comments:

  1. I just love the colors! So pretty:-) I am knitting up nordic hats for all my kiddo's--just have to sew the fleece lining in.

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  2. That's very cute! Big just means it will last for a while. ;) The colors are adorable on her!

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  3. It's a great hat! love the button.

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  4. It's darling, Tonya! I had thought of making one for Asa. Nice to see it on an older child!

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  5. Lovely hat and it looks very warm!

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  6. Adorable hat!!! Thank you for posting the link to the pattern....I think I just might have to make this for MY Sara! She's three and would LOVE this!

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  7. I made one when you first posted the link to the pattern - and I thought they ran a little big. Which size did you use? I used the second to the smallest. Tours is adorable - love the color!

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  8. Great hat - and it will keep more of her warm too! beautiful colours. xx

    The Interrupted Gardener

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  9. very neat! you are very blessed with talent and creativity!

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  10. What a wonderful hat Tonya! xo

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  11. Looks like you have one funny little girl at your house. I'm glad she likes the hat even if it is a little too big. I think it looks wonderful!

    :)Lisa

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  12. That's a happy looking hat on a fun-loving looking girl! I'd love to see more angles of the hat. The wooden button looks handmade, too. Lovely!
    xo Jules

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  13. cute hat! i knit up a couple of these before lake was born... one for mama and one for the boy. i agree that they run a little big, as the one for me is rather roomy, but thank goodness lake can just grow into his. :)

    thanks for visiting my blog. i'm enjoying yours!

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