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Blue Twist Slouch Hat

Despite the lion in the picture, this hat is made for an adult head…it does however also fit teen-agers and young children.  It is simple to modify to fit toddlers and babies if desired.

This is a simple but elegant slouch hat, loose and luscious.

The pattern is clearly written and easy enough for beginners.  The pattern calls for worsted weight yarn.

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The Boobie Hat Pattern 

This pattern is designed for a beginning knitter.  You must know how to knit, purl, knit 2 together and make I-cord.

This sample is knit in Premier dream for the body and Lion Brand wool-ease for the nipple.  I have knit a shortie version, which is also included in this pattern, using the same premier dream for the body, but Caron simply soft in watermelon for the nipple.  You can easily vary the size of the areola and nipple with this pattern, not to mention color, as well as re-sizing the hat itself for a variety of heads.

This pattern as written does fit a variety of size of heads, from young children to adults.

Here is a shot of the front of the long version.  My 7yo son absconded with the shortie version and will not relinquish it.  He loves it.

My 9yo daughter here is hoping no one will recognize her in this picture with this hat on her head.

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Double Red Ribbed Slouch Hat Pattern 

This hat is very simple to make.  It’s a perfect beginner project.  If you can cast on, work in the round, knit, purl and weave in ends, you can make this hat.

The hat is knit in the round, using 2×2 ribbing throughout.  It is constructed to fit loosely, as well as to be slouchy.  You can make it more slouchy or less slouchy, depending on how you would like the hat to fit.

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Two Different Elf hat Patterns

In December, both my children requested holiday hats, in very specific colors and designs.

After rummaging around and checking out all sorts of patterns, I decided to create my own.

Please feel free to use different yarns and different colors.  These were tailor-made for my kids.  Each kid picked out his or her own yarn, own colors and own style.

Both kids also snatched the hats out of my hands as soon as I finished sewing jingle bells on the ends of the i-cords, so there are no pictures of the hats with the jingle bells attached.

Both hats are simple, quick and easy knitting projects.

You will need to know how to work in the round, knit, purl, decrease, and make i-cord.  These patterns assume you already know how to knit.

The blue hat sample shown here was worked up in two different colors of Caron Simply Soft.  It features rapid decreases over a few rounds.  Due to the nature of the yarn, the hat is floppish and folds over on its own quite nicely.

The red hat sample was worked up in I Love This Yarn Acrylic in two different colors.  This hat has more decreases worked in smaller groups over many different rows.  The body is thicker and wider than the blue hat.  Due to the nature of this yarn, the hat does have enough body to stand up on its own, however, you can fold it over if you like.  Once you fold it down, it usually stays folded down.

Blue Hat: the Pixie Hat
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Black Hat: the Special Elf Hat
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The Glass Faery’s Arm Warmers Pattern

This is an excellent beginner’s project.

All you need to know is how to cast on, knit, and bind off.

These arm warmers were created to match the Glass Fairy Shawl.  The pictured arm warmers were made for a shawl other than the one pictured above.

The pattern is written so that the arm warmers are worked flat, and then seaming adds the final touches and details.

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The Glass Faery’s Shawl Pattern 

This is a very simple shawl.  A good beginner’s project.

If you can cast on, increase, knit and bind off, you can make this shawl.

As it is a shawl, gauge is more of a nuisance than anything else.  The sample was knit using Lion Brand Homespun yarn, but actually any yarn can be used.  You can work the same pattern using a worsted weight yarn and the same needles.  Or you can combine two, or more, yarns together to create a bulky yarn.  Allow your imagination to guide you.

This shawl is more of a shawlette.  The body of the shawl, before the ties are added, measures roughly 18 inches.

This shawl uses less than one skein of Lion Brand Homespun yarn.  If you make the arm warmers as well, they use only part of the left-over shawl yarn skein.

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The Gratitude Stole
or Scarf Pattern 

This is my favorite lace pattern; I will admit that.  It is my favorite lace pattern because it looks so simple, but once you start working the pattern, it requires your full attention, whether you are creating a large piece or small.

Because of this, I deem this pattern suitable for beginners –as well as challenging enough for those with more experience.

This is a very open-ended pattern.  You choose your yarn. You chose your needles.  Hence, the stole or scarf moniker.

The lace pattern is easily memorized, so there is no chart for this pattern.  The lace repeat is six stitches long.

The sample above was knit using worsted weight yarn on size 10 needles.

The instructions are clearly written, techniques are clearly explained.  However, a working knowledge of how to execute each stitch is prerequisite for this pattern.

Those stitches are cast on, bind off, knit, purl, yarn over, pass slipped stitch over, knit two together and slip stitch.

I am always available via email to assist with any questions you may have.

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Mermaid Lace Headband

Such an easy looking pattern.  It is deceptively simple…and therein lies its challenge.  This lacework is accessible for beginners.

You can use thick yarn or thin yarn…you can use big needles or small needles.  You can make this piece wide…or very thin.  The pattern is written clearly enough to increase the size of the finished piece either with another set of the pattern repeat (which is 7 stitches) … or by changes the size or either/or the yarn and needles used.

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The Wedding Garter Pattern 

This is a lovely simple beginner’s lace project.

You will need to know how to cast on, bind off, knit, purl, yarn over, pass a slipped stitch over, slip a stitch and knit 2 stitches together.

You will also need very basic sewing skills to sew the cast on and bind off edges together.

The ruffling effect is caused by adjusting the ribbons that are woven through the center of the garter.

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Simple  Mushroom Slouchy Beret-Style Hat Pattern 

This is a very simple pattern, perfect for beginners.

If you can knit in the round using knit, purl, knit two together, plus weave in ends, you can make this hat.

It starts off with 2×2 ribbing, which stretches.  The hat itself, due to the yarn used, is a bit over-large on purpose, so a snug fit is not what you’re going for with this one.

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