Your email address will not be published. Image used with permission from Skemommle. I might have to whip some up before my little one arrives in a few weeks! Will this work hand sewn and what stitch will work best?
Sorry the stitch isn't working out for you. Then the next row is purl then e-wrap. Perhaps you are using the knit stitch instead of e-wrap? This was done so long ago, i don't have any special recollections for the stitch. I have not Loomed anything yet, but want to give it a try, I don't see the pattern for this cute hat. Can you share it? I don't have a pattern when I loom knit hats - I just knit the brim as deep as I want it, in whatever stitch I feel like doing at the time.
A lot of it depends on the yarn you are using as well. I am impressed with your work. I have a need to try these knitting-patterns for my baby.
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I adore this pattern! I recently finished up a pair for BabyE. The variegated yarn trimmed with bright colors is so perfect for babies. The Rhino Romper knitting pattern is available for download on Ravlery.
This knit toy is especially cute because the shell is separate from the body, so tots can play dress up by taking the shell on and off.
You can find the free pattern here. I knitted one of these little socks, but never made it a pair! This free knitting pattern for baby socks is available in newborn through child. Drops even has an adult version of this great sock pattern! You know that baby blanket that shows up in all my monthly Letters to Littles posts and on the very top photo on this page? Which pattern would you love to make for the little one in your life?
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Chrystal Happy Mothering on October 26, at 9: I am going to have to draft some of my own, my little girl does not have a little head got it from her father I swear! Love the flower on them. Your daughter is going to be so stylish. Those hats are adorable! I love all of your tutorials! I am expecting in August and this will be the best thing to bring to the hospital. We are not going to find out the sex and I am wondering if you have any ideas for an embellishment for a little boy's hat?
I'm going to make one for a little boy and am gonna try the name like you suggested. Hope it comes out as good as yours! Thank you for the tutorial. I'm thinking of making some for my boy due in June and putting "BOY" across the hat so people know he's a boy. I got a lot of "such an adorable boy" with my girl… even when she was wearing pink! Malory — No, you don't have to iron it again. Good question though, glad you asked!
That always seems to help a bit. Also, lifting you foot and re-adjusting every so often helps to eliminate some of that stretch. These are beautiful and SO easy! Now I just need a sweet baby girl to stitch some up for…: Making some for a baby shower next weekend. Where did you buy the ribbed knit? I can't find it anywhere! Googling a pattern for a knit hat for my soon to be here little guy was on my to do list- thanks for taking care of that for me!
The knit hats in the store for little boys are so cheesy! To say that I love your site is an understatement! I I just discovered it and have already made three things. Thank you so much for sharing all of your great ideas with everyone.
This little hat will be perfect for my little baby. We live in Utah where it is really cold. He has had three ear infections in the last week!
I feel like I want to make you my new best friend and I have never even met you: Keep all of the great ideas flowing. Can't wait to make some! I've got a little girl coming in 4 months and I've been wanting to make her some hats since they're so useful, cute and they seemed easy to make. With your tutorial the hardest part will be restraining myself from buying material in every cute knit pattern I see! It sometimes seems spooky that you post a tutorial of something I am either just finished, in the midst of making, or planning to make the very same week!
I love the tutorial! I just embellished some crocheted hats and was moving onto some knit ones this weekend. Now I don't have to take apart the store bought ones I just got!!!! Can't wait to make these for the photo shoot this weekend with my 3 month old!!!
I'm in love…With my newborn, and how awesome she is going to look in these hats. Thanks for the great and easy tutorial!!! Would you teach us sometime how to use a serger,pls like the basics? I am thinking in buying one after seeing how great the seams look on your projects but I am hesitant that I won't figure out how to use it! I am incredibly glad that you shared this.
I'm in the market for unique hats for my 8 month old daughter who just had brain surgery to place a shunt. While this shunt will save her life, it's awkward to look at… and so rockstar hats it is! Love all of your ideas! I gave you a Stylish Blogger Award too! You always make such pretty things!! I love this new project!!!!! I am getting so many ideas of things i can make and give as baby shower gifts from your blog.
It just saves me a lot of money and i love to craft my own gifts. But you say it is for personal use… Hummm.. I think the style of this hat ,without the flowers, is pretty much standard and i don't see that the pattern you created would differ that much from the ones you find at the store… Just to mention… ;. In fact, I hope you all do! I just ask that my ideas and patterns aren't used for profitable gain.
I come up with them and share them for fun……not to aid others in selling them in their own shops. Hope that makes sense. I'm sure people still will, but I still like to remind readers what these projects are meant for. I have a lot of fun creating items to give everyone an excuse to create……not to sell and make money off of it. And yeah, the hats look like ones in the store.
And that's exactly where I got the idea……just like shown in the first step of the tutorial. I apologize if it seemed like I was territorial about the hat concept……but no, I didn't create the idea of the hat shape. I only tried to re-produce it with a little flair and then create a fun project for others to try. I only ask that my directions are not used to make money from them. I hope that makes more sense and clears up any confusion about my "personal use" statement. Oh, I'm so excited!! I'm expecting 2 for us, due in July, and I hope I get to make some for our little bean!
I would love to see your perspective for little boys we aren't sure what we're having yet. Thanks for sharing — can I ask what font you used for the words on the blanket? Thanks for showing us how to make these. They are sooooo super cute. When I get my sewing machine, some space, and some time, I'll be spending a lot of hours using all of your tutorials! And i love the combinations of the fabrics.
Thanks for the idea! You make it look so easy… but I guess I'll only learn by trying. If think if I start doing more that would need a serger I could maybe buy one in the future…. Your tutorial was very easy to follow and I made this hat:
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