With all these cold, snowy, dreary days we’ve been having lately I decided to whip up a summer sun hat for my nephew so that my thoughts may be warm and cheery thinking of those dog days of summer soon to arrive!
This pattern uses a worsted weight cotton yarn to work up a lightweight, breathable, and breezy adorable sun hat, perfect for toddlers and young children on those warm sunny summer days. This hat features a shell stitch design in the centre which adds a summer quality that isn’t very feminine so this hat can be made for both boys and girls. Add a flower, a sun or a summer themed appliqué for that added touch.
This pattern is written for toddlers 1-3 (18″-19″), children 4-10 (19″-21″), and female adult (21″-23″).
This pattern has been tested, however if you should come across any mistakes, please do not hesitate to comment or send me a message, after all…we’re only human!
A friend of mine is having a baby girl and I wanted to make her something cute and dainty; it’s a girl after all!!! I live in a house surrounded by boys, most of my clients request items for boys, and there are only little boys in my extended family, soooo…. when I heard my girlfriend was having a girl, I seized the opportunity to buy pink!!!! Woo, pink!! I looked around for a while for a super cute and dainty hat and I came across this lovely hat by Oombawaka Designs and it was appropriately named My Dainty Princess Hat. I fell in love with the special stitch used to create the pattern. I also thought giving just a bunch of hats was nice, but a matching hat and cardigan would be better. So I took the special stitch used to create My Dainty Princess Hat and turned it into a cardigan. This pattern has not yet been tested. If you find any errors please leave me a comment to let me know. This pattern makes a cardigan to fit a baby 0-3 months old.
I have a girlfriend who loves kitties. She is going to be a first time grandmother come December and I wanted to make something for her. My aunt gave me this crazy yarn to play around with. I started to make a scarf with it, but I didn’t like how it was turning out. Then I tried to make a hat with it, again, I didn’t like how it was turning out. Then I thought … ‘hmmm… This yarn would be great for an amigurumi project. Maybe a bear, or a puppy?…I know, a kitty!!!’ I came up with this pattern one night while fooling around with the yarn. I’ll be honest, it is creepy yarn to work with! But it’s soft and adds great texture to the kitty.