I love the Eggplant hat! (You don't see many of those.) I'll have to try that one.
I just made an apple hat with your instructions. I'm not the best knitter, so they were perfect for me. Although if I make it again, I will knit a separate i-cord for the stem so it's not so chunky. I wanted a brown stem and green leaves and the brown stem turned out kinda looking like a turd. Oh well:) Babies look cute in anything! Thanks!!!
kay i'm super new to all this so i apologize for my ignorance. first question, this is on round needles, right?2nd question when you get to this partK 7, k 2 togK 6, k 2 togK 5, k 2 togK 4, k 2 togK 3, k 2 tog (this is where i switch to green to begin the stem.)K 2, k 2 togK 1, k 2 togI would do each of those for one row? like K 7, k 2 tog over and over until I get all the way around to the begining again?THanks so much
I was wondering the same thing as Misty. Thanks for sharing this super-cute pattern!
This pattern is too hard to read due to the colors of the font and the page. I can barely see it and I'm not color blend. Is it possible to change the format there to a better contrast? I would love to make them...
I know this is a very old post, but I LOVE these hats! I've made several for gifts and people love them. I was wondering--would it be OK if I used this pattern to make a few of these hats to donate to the silent auction for the preschool where I work? I would just make them and donate them and the school would get the money from the auction.
is this on circular needles???
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