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Baby Octopus Hat

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Baby Octopus Hat

Baby Octopus Hat (Ravelry link)

Using a simple chart to place knits and purls, a secret octopus appears…  Place two beads and you’ll be able to see its eyes. Scale this hat up with more stitches or larger yarn so you can match your favorite little hatchling!

Click here to download this free pattern!

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Milagro Diagonal Rib Hat

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Milagro Diagonal Rib Hat

Milagro Diagonal Rib Hat (Ravelry link)

A deeply textured band is easy and fun to work. Attach a milagro charm for hope and healing. This is the most recent baby hat I’ve designed for the charity knitters on Wednesdays at the shop.  They’re just such eager test knitters!

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Patterns out in the wild

As I take stock of what needs to be done to consolidate everything I’ve done online, I realize that you ought to know about some patterns I’ve already written.

There are free patterns available to download at What’s Needling U. There, you’ll find another baby hat pattern as well as a recipe for a shawl that works with any yarn.  What’s Needling U is the local yarn shop I work for in Frisco, CO.

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Little Sweetheart Baby Hat

Little Sweetheart Baby Hat (Ravelry link)

This little hat is a great way to learn two-color knitting. The pattern includes a blank chart so that you can create your own design!

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